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More Yogic Flying Say Natural Law

New Zealand’s greatest need is for an integrated national consciousness, says the leader of the Natural Law Party, Mr Bryan Lee.

“Only the Natural Law Party, quickly and effortlessly, can meet this need. An integrated national consciousness will enliven and sustain all our diversity, while at the same time promoting unity across the ethnic and social divides.”

Mr Lee said that yogic flying, an advanced form of Transcendental Meditation, was the technology of consciousness that could achieve this integration.

“Nearly 50 studies, many of them published in leading scientific and academic journals, have conclusively proven the effectiveness of yogic flying in reversing negative social and economic indicators across the board,” Mr Lee said.

“We need in New Zealand and elsewhere permanent groups of yogic flyers sufficiently large to achieve and maintain this shift in national consciousness. That is why government needs to be involved.”

“For a tiny proportion of state spending, we can provide government and the nation with the capacity to bring solutions to entrenched problems of economic performance, social justice and crime,” Mr Lee said.

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