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Heavenly Mountain Tract To Be Sold

The Watauga Democrat by Kellen Moore A 225-acre tract and three large buildings that were once part of the Transcendental Meditation center at Heavenly Mountain are now up for auction. The property, owned by the Maharishi University of Enlightenment, will be sold online Oct. 25. Once used for women’s educational programs in Transcendental Meditation and ...

TM-Free Blog: Skeptical Views of Transcendental Meditation and Maharishi Mahesh Yogi

TM-Free Blog: Skeptical Views of Transcendental Meditation and Maharishi Mahesh Yogi

Group Says Movement a Cult

By Phil McCombs Washington Post Staff WriterThursday, July 2, 1987; Page C03 On the eve of a “yogic flying” demonstration by followers of His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi set for the Rayburn Building of the U.S. House of Representatives next week, a group of concerned parents and others known as the Cult Awareness Network (CAN) ...

"Maharishi Ayur-Veda: guru’s marketing scheme promises the world eternal ‘perfect health’"

Andrew A. Skolnick,  JAMA, Medical News & Perspectives, Oct. 2, 1991 IF THE CLAIMS of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi prove true, those who follow him soon will be blessed with eternal youth, “perfect health,” and the “strength of an elephant.” They will be able to “walk through walls,” make themselves “invisible,” and “fly through the air” ...

Does transcendental meditation to help veterans with PTSD?

By Steve Vogel This story has been updated. Seeking new ways to treat post-traumatic stress, the Department of Veteran Affairs is studying the use of transcendental meditation to help returning veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan. “The reality is not all individuals we see are treatable by the techniques we use,” said W. Scott Gould, deputy secretary ...

Munson: Fairfield an unlikely spot for a hate crime

Des Moines Register Kyle Munson March 12, 2011 Fairfield, Ia. – Of all the spots on the map in Iowa, this is the setting for an alleged hate crime in 2011?Shocking headlines out of Fairfield last week centered on an incident in which Usama Alshaibi, an Arab-American filmmaker, alleges he was repeatedly kicked and beaten ...