Man lives in the sanctuary of God. His life is in love, in bliss, in
wisdom, in God-consciousness. He lives in the realm of universal
existence. He moves on earth and he lives in the land of God, in the
divine ground of Being far above human vision and far beyond human

The Maharishi

How one man, one band can & does change the world. An idea whose time
has come can not be stopped.

On this night of 10000 dreams
One presence
shines through every being,
the Light of Meditation
awakens in each heart-abode,
we are filled with Divine Love,
we ascend like doves of peace,

the eternal Om has called us Home.

RIP Maharishi.

“Meditation is the direct means of enjoying the greatest happiness and is the only means to quench the thirst for happiness on earth.”


“Happiness radiates like the fragrance from a flower, and draws all good things toward you. Allow your love to nourish yourself as well as others. Do not strain after the needs of life. It is sufficient to be quietly alert and aware of them. In this way life proceeds more naturally and effortlessly. Life is here to Enjoy!”


Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (born “Mahesh Prasad Varma” according to some sources, and “Mahesh Srivastava” according to others, between 1911 and 1918 in Jabalpur, India; died on February 5, 2008, in Vlodrop, The Netherlands) founded and developed the Transcendental Meditation technique and related programs and initiatives, including schools and a university with campuses in the United States and China.[2] He was born in India, around 1917; various years are given for his birth: most frequently 1911, 1917, and 1918,, and some sources state he was born on 12 January.

Around 1939 he became a disciple of Swami Brahmananda Saraswatiwho, from 1941 to 1953, was the Shankaracharya (spiritual leader) of Jyotir Math, located in the Indian Himalayas. Maharishi credits the Shankaracharya with inspiring his teachings. Since his first global tour in 1958, Maharishi’s techniques for human development have been taught worldwide. He continued to focus on making all aspects of the Vedic Literature widely available. He became well-known in the Western world due to The Beatles having visited him in 1968. Starting in 1990, Maharishi coordinated his global activities from his residence in Vlodrop, the Netherlands.

On January 11th, 2008, he announced his retirement from his normal activities: “Invincibility is irreversibly established in the world. My work is done. My designated duty to Guru Dev is fulfilled.” He resolved to use all his remaining time to complete his commentary on the Veda. He passed away less than a month later