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Positive Outcomes Through Consciousness

A country’s capacity to achieve positive outcomes in any area of its national life directly reflects the level of coherence or integration in its collective consciousness, says the leader of the Natural Law Party, Mr Bryan Lee.

“A major potential threat to national integration comes from external influences. For instance, foreign investment in New Zealand can deliver real benefits, but it takes the control of productive resources out of the country and poses a risk that decisions affecting the use of those resources will be made in ways that benefit external interests, but not the interests of New Zealand.”

Mr Lee said that the Natural Law Party’s answer to this potential threat was to raise the level of coherence within New Zealand’s national consciousness through a large group of Yogic Flyers. Such a group would not only protect against instability caused by external influences, but would also greatly intensify and entrench the positive responses in the national life generated by what scientists call “the Maharishi Effect”.

“Nature has many examples of the phenomenon of a tiny element of coherence being injected into an incoherent field and extending its coherence across that entire field,” Mr Lee said. “This is the principle at work in the creation of the Maharishi Effect.

“In this case, the field that is being enlivened is the field of pure consciousness which underlies all energy and matter fields to constitute the primary level of creation -- the unified field of all the laws of nature.”

Mr Lee said that the existence of such a field was originally envisaged by Albert Einstein, but it was not theoretically proven until the heterotic superstring theory was developed by modern quantum physicists.

“New Zealand under Natural Law will seek to establish two large coherence groups -- one of Yogic Flyers in the central area of the country and the other of specialist pandits from India, using both Yogic Flying and other technologies of consciousness, and based in the north.

“These groups will service not just New Zealand, but a two-hour timezone extending longitudinally between the North and South Poles. Twelve of these timezones will be established around the globe (New Zealand will be the headquarters for Time Zone One), enabling the nourishing power of the rising sun always to be greeted and enlivened by the performance of coherence programmes that collectively will encircle the globe, providing a permanent underpinning to world consciousness,” Mr Lee said.

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