Unified Field-Based Approach to the Creation of World Peace
Maharishi’s Unified Field-Based Approach to the Creation of World Peace is a proven, practical approach to world peace and national invincibility—an approach validated by more than 50 replications and 23 studies published in leading peer-reviewed scientific journals. It is a direct technological application of the most advanced discoveries in the fields of quantum mechanics, neuroscience, and human consciousness.
The approach calls for the immediate establishment of groups of peace-creating experts in schools and colleges throughout the nation practicing “technologies of consciousness”, including the Transcendental Meditation technique and Yogic Flying, that have been scientifically shown to neutralize acute ethnic, political, and religious tensions that fuel violence, terrorism, and social conflict. By defusing tensions and neutralizing animosity, this field-tested approach will immediately:
- Defuse enmity in a potential adversary, thus preventing the birth of an enemy and the onset of war
- Create coherent and harmonious national consciousness, strengthening the nation against any potentially disruptive influences from outside or within
- Create a peaceful and cooperative global environment, conducive to the formation of stable governments and the cessation of hostilities in regional hot spots
- Ensure lasting peace, security, and economic stability at home, relieving tremendous pressure on governmental departments and institutions charged with public safety and homeland security
Maharishi’s Unified Field-Based Approach to the Creation of World Peace is the only approach that effectively targets the root cause of global conflict. It is the only approach to national security and world peace that is extensively field tested and backed by rigorous scientific research.
Maharishi’s Unified Field-Based Approach to the Creation of World Peace generates a palpable, measurable effect of peace that creates a fertile environment in which diplomatic and other conventional approaches can actually succeed. It should be the central component of any comprehensive approach to peace and national security.