Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Sometimes Peace Is Not A Good Thing! Installment #1

David Heileman wrote in the Thursday, November 23rd edition of the SunNews, "A new center for transcendental meditation, a counterculture phenomenon that in the 1960's attracted celebrities like the Beatles and the Beach Boys, is in the works here (in Strongsville). The movement, founded a half century ago by the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and now operating as the Global Country of World Peace, plans to build a 'Peace Palace.'" Their center will offer a transcendental meditation program along with courses in health, self-improvement, exercise and nutrition, as well as a day spa. Later, he writes that, "the center's plans in Strongsville also call for the construction of a private school for boys and girls in grades 9-12 as a second phase of the project."

On the surface, this sounds like just another exercise facility with a more religious twist. But, sadly, that is not the case. Strongsville does not need the Maharishi palace. It is dangerous in so many ways. It is a classic bait and switch. It will take the residents of Strongsville down the wrong path. In other installments, I will explain why I feel that this "Peace Palace" is a cult and why we should not buy what they are selling. Stay tuned for further information.


At 1:40 PM, Anonymous Carol Rutz said...

Have you surfed by the Rick Ross database lately? Good links to news articles regarding Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.

At 4:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wrong path? Cult?....I look forward to your supporting facts. I think learning, and opening your heart to the union of all ways is the only way in this day and age. There is nothing wrong with preserving your religion, but when you talk bad about loving is your religion, your heart, your personality??? Think a little on that please.


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