Nepal eNews for MIU Nepal Alumni – February 2021

Nepal eNews for MIU Nepal Alumni – February 2021

This e-news issue features two updates:

  • Newbiz Business Women Summit & Awards 2021
  • Global Family Farms & Healing Herbs Nepal Welcomes Two New Members

Newbiz Business Women Summit & Awards 2021—

Newbiz Buisiness Women Summit & Award 2021, empowering business leadership of Nepali women, recognized two Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation (NMVF) Board members: Ms. Shanta Baskota Koirala (see link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwsvKC64Ex4) and Ms. Chandrakala Baskota (see link: https://youtu.be/8rA2n4PhGUk). They were honored for their leadership and contribution to the economic growth of Nepal and the important role of women in society.

Global Family Farms Welcomes Two New Members to its Team —
In January, 2021, Global Family Farms (GFF) and Healing Herbs Nepal (HHN) welcomed two new members to its Team. GFF and HHN are dedicated to creating economic opportunities for rural farmers through ethical, organic agriculture. Creating jobs for farmers allows them to stay home in the villages instead of being forced to work abroad. This helps keep families together and preserves local farming tradition while creating a supply of high-quality organic herbs spices and super foods for conscious consumers. (See link: https://globalfamilyfarms.com/healing-herbs-international/)

Our BIG WELCOME to Laurence and Nishchal —our future is bright!

Remember…Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation now has its own YouTube Channel!
Please visit: https://www.youtube.com/c/NepalMaharishiFoundation

Nepal eNews for MIU Nepal Alumni – January 2021

Nepal eNews for MIU Nepal Alumni – January 2021

This e-news issue features our 12 January Nepal Celebration to announce Nepal Maharishi Foundation’s 2021 New Year Resolutions (Sankalps).

For over 50 years, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi marked January 12th as a traditional day of celebration for his worldwide Transcendental Meditation (TM) organization. Achievements of the previous year are reviewed with a look forward to the coming new year as a renewed opportunity to more boldly advance Maharishi’s consciousness-based programs to bring enlightenment to every individual and peace and prosperity to our whole world family.

This year, Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation (NMVF) and Nepal Maharishi Foundation for Vedic Culture (NMFVC), celebrated together at the Vastu Bhavan TM Center in Kathmandu along with Maharishi Invincibility Centers (TM centers) worldwide.
Deepak Baskota and Minraj Adhikari organized Nepal’s celebrations with fruits, flowers, Guru Puja, and 2021 Pledges (Sankalps). A few Sankalpas were:

  • Deepak Baskota pledged to promote the benefits of TM so that more Nepalis can enjoy better health, less anxiety, and more success in life. Mr. Baskota’s 2021 goal is to have 1% of Nepal’s population practising the TM technique twice per day.
  • Minraj Adhikari pledged to expand Consciousness-based Education (CBE) programs from 3000 students to 5000 students and fulfill his duties as CBE Director.
  • Dilli Adhikari, Gurukul National Manager, pledged to insure that our 2500 Maharishi Vedic Pandits perfect their daily routine, Dinacharya. Dilli also pledged to expand the number of young Pandits in our Gurukul program to 4000 Pandits.
  • TM Teacher Jagat Prasad Upahdyay in western Nepal, pledged to establish one Gurukul in each district of Nepal Provinces 6 and 7.
  • Gurukul Supervisor Vishnu Prasad Poudel said that 2020 was a challenging year because of lockdown and restrictions but in 2021 he and his colleages will work with more focus to expand the teaching of TM in the Gurukuls and fulfill Chairman Baskota’s Sankalp to teach TM to 1% of Nepal’s population.


Now, 54 years later, Maharishi’s Transcendental Meditation technique is mainstream: practiced by more than 6 million people of all ages, nationalities, religions, and offered in businesses, schools, military bases, hospitals and prisons. And, as Maharishi foresaw, the benefits of the technique extend to all areas of life, including education, healthcare, business, rehabilitation and the military.
Our big thanks to all those who practice Transcendental Meditation and transcend each day. Because the Transcendental field of life is the source of all order, affluence, positivity, and unity; when this field is experienced daily in meditation it neutralizes negativity and creates the basis for a brighter future. All gratitude to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi who offered his Transcendental Meditation technique as a simple, natural way to live the fullness of life.
Remember…Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation now has its own YouTube Channel!
Please visit: https://www.youtube.com/c/NepalMaharishiFoundation

Nepal eNews for MIU Nepal Alumni – December 2020

Nepal eNews for MIU Nepal Alumni – December 2020

This e-news issue features the expansion of Consciousness-Based Education (CBE) in Nepal.

Thanks to the dynamic leadership of Chintamani Yogi, Consciousness-Based Education(CBE) is expanding throughout Hindu Vidyapeeth (HVP) Schools. Chintamani Yogi is the founder of Hindu Vidyapeeth Schools, which promote value-based education and the essential human values of truth, love, peace, selfless service, and non-violence, around the world.
It is very timely that the school teachers and students in Chintamani’s wonderful schools begin the life-transforming Transcendental Meditation (TM) technique. TM has been incorporated into 1000’s of schools across the globe and millions of students are more calm and enjoying greater academic achievements—and so Chintamani did not want his students to miss this opportunity!
Now after launching the first step in the CBE program, the teachers learning the TM technique, Chintamani realized that now he has the highest technology to fulfill the goals of his school and transform society by creating Enlightened students and teachers.
Minraj and Bimla Adhikari, Co-Directors of Consciousness-Based Education for our Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation (NMVF), enjoyed teaching the TM technique to 50 school teachers at the Hindu Vidyapeeth Schools in Dang and Thali (Gokarna).

As soon as the schools open again in Nepal, Chintamani will organize for all his students to learn the TM technique allowing them to unfold their inner potential and enjoy a life free from problems and suffering.
Also in December, 2019, Chintamani visited MIU’s campus in Fairfield, Iowa and was surpised to find a campus where Self Knowledge and personal growth were integrated into the academic programs and campus life. Chintamani also enjoyed meeting many students from Nepal who were enolled in MIU’s degree programs.

Our Big Thanks to Chintamani Yogi for his tireless work to transform society through educating our children—our Future!

Nepal eNews for MIU Alumni – November 2020

Nepal eNews for MIU Alumni – November 2020

Online Transcendental Meditation Presentation—every week live on Facebook and via Zoom.
Samikchya Baskota, Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation (NMVF) Legal Counsel and Secretary along with Minraj Adhikari, Director of Consciousness-Based education for NMVF, invites each week all Nepali Citizens to learn about the life-transforming Transcendental Meditation (TM) technique.
The following topics were featured in October:

  • Transcendental Meditation and Mental Health
  • Transcendental Meditation and the Science of Consciousness
  • How Transcendental Meditation can normalize blood pressure
  • Meditation, Pranayama, and daily routine can improve immunity during pandemic

Over 50 people registered weekly to learn about the simple technology of Transcendental Meditation that has been shown repeatedly to bring relief from problems and suffering. Madhav Aryal, TM Teacher, precisely explained how TM works to create a deep state of rest in the physiology allowing the body to normalize and repair itself. In addition Madhav said, TM increases blood flow to the brain which improves all aspects of mental functioning.
One of the participants, Karunakar Joshi who had already learned TM and is a school teacher, expressed his happiness to connect with people who understand how transcending can awaken human potential. As a school teacher he hopes this technology can be made available to students and teachers in all educational systems. Mr. Joshi also suggested that all TM practitioners join together online for daily TM practice.

Remember…Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation now has its own YouTube Channel!
Please visit: https://www.youtube.com/c/NepalMaharishiFoundation

We are happy to share this news with you—we will email again in December.
Until then our best regards and wishing you success, good health, and happiness!

The November-December issue of Nepal E-news

The November-December issue of Nepal E-news

Welcome to our November-December newsletter, featuring the International Ayurveda Congress, to be held in Kathmandu, 1-4 October, 2020.

The All India Ayurvedic Congress, the International Academy of Ayurveda, and the International Maharishi Ayurveda Foundation, Netherlands, invite all medical and health professionals to the 6th International Ayurveda Congress which will take place in Kathmandu, Nepal, for the first time in Asia.

The Congress will be held at the exclusive five-star hotel in Nepal, the Crowne Plaza Soaltee. Come and enjoy the company of renowned Ayurveda experts gathering together to discuss the future of Ayurveda and its role versus new advancing technologies. For more details and to register click here.

This International Conference is being hosted by the Nepal Maharishi Vedic Foundation (NMVF). The theme of the conference is:
“Roadmap for the Globalization of Ayurveda”

Please inform all your contacts in the health field about this important Ayurveda Congress—this will be a historic event for Nepal and the world.

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