"Having achieved world peace, we are now onthe way to creating Heaven on Earth. As bliss consciousness is the groundon which everyone can live Heaven on Earth wherever he may be, and as theTranscendental Meditation program, its Advanced Techniques, and the TM-Sidhiprogram are the only effective means of developing bliss consciousness,the program to create Heaven on Earth offers Advanced Techniques to everyoneregularly at all the Maharishi Vedic Universities and Schools."

-- Maharishi

Developing Bliss Consciousness
to Create Heaven on Earth

What Are Advanced Techniques?

"The purpose of Advanced Techniques is to take the experience to another, higher level. Advanced Techniques are like ferilizers; fertilizers bring better fruit to every tree. To enjoy greater achievement and fulfillment in life, take advantage of this beautiful program of Advanced Techniques to enrich the development of higher states of consciousness." --Maharishi

ADVANCED TECHNIQUES enhance and enrich thebenefits of one's daily practice of the Transcendental Meditation program.Through regular practice of the Transcendental Meditation technique, themind becomes familiar with finer levels of the thinking process and withthe source of thought -- Transcendental Consciousness -- the home of allthe Laws of Nature. Through the Advanced Techniques of the TranscendentalMeditation program, the totality of Natural Law is more quickly and profoundlyintegrated in the awareness. As the conscious mind becomes more and moreinfused with pure consciousness, a powerful influence of integration andbliss is created. Every phase of thought and action spontaneoulsy becomesmore supported by the evolutionary power of Natural Law, resulting in greaterfulfillment of desires in daily life.

The Advanced Techniques hasten one's growth to enlightenment, to thatlevel of unity consciousness which harnesses the full value of Natural Lawat every stroke of activity. With the Advanced Techniques, one naturallyradiates an influence of fullness and bliss to the environment.

"The practical program to create Heaven on Earth is to develop bliss consciousness, so that no matter where one may be on earth, one will always be in Heaven. To rise quickly in bliss consciousness and prepare the ground for Heaven on Earth, everyone is invited to participate in this beautiful program of Advanced Techniques." --Maharishi

IT IS A GREAT JOY to announce that AdvancedTechnique teachers from India are now teaching the Advanced Techniques ofthe Transcendental Meditation program at least once a year at all MaharishiVedic Universities and Schools.

Advanced Techniques Every Eighteen Months

All those who have been practicing the Transcendental Meditation techniqueor an Advanced Technique regularly for a minimum of 18 months may applyfor instruction in an Advanced Technique. It is recommended that one continuesto receive Advanced Techniques regularly every 18 months. There must beat least six months between learning an Advanced Technique and learningthe TM-Sidhi®program. The Advanced Techniques course includes three meetings: orientation,personal instruction, and verification and validation of experiences. Eachmeeting lasts one to two hours.

To Apply

For the schedule of the Advanced Techniques course in your city, thedate of the orientation meetings at which you can apply for instruction,and any further information, please contact your localMaharishi Vedic University or School or call the Regional Secretary'sOffice: 1 800 808-5797

Course fees for instruction in the Advanced Techniques are the same asfor the Transcendental Meditation program.

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