2004-08-25 05:12:54 UTC
Sometimes I have various thoughts on the theory of TM-Sidhi group
Superradiance program. There is definitely a coherent theme to my thoughts,
but I'm not attempting to make this a comprehensive essay with a thesis,
antithesis and synthesis, but when there is 1500 in the domes regularly, it
seems like about the equivalent of one Maharishi.
So, as more and more people get together in large groups the more
Maharishi's we have in the world. Wouldn't they each be independently
creating coherence? If people were participating in large group programs, we
could expect the influence of those programs to become greater, right?
According to L.B. Shriver, "During the Taste of Utopia course, Maharishi
commented that some Sidhas were very good at transcending, some so so at it,
and others not at all good at it. He said that when you get a group as large
as were there (over 7000), then when anyone transcended, everyone else was
dragged into the transcendent as well. Then the group had "slipped beneath
the threshold of nature's perfect functioning." This comment would explain
why you could have a group that wasn't very good at producing a
superradiance effect, i.e. no one in the group was good at transcending."
Shriver thinks the argument that the restrictions on things like visiting
saints might be necessary in order to preserve the "coherence" of the group,
was was never really a part of the formula.
The formula was "dirt simple", notes Shriver, and that was the real beauty
Maharishi Effect: 1% practicing TM in the general population. Global
Maharishi Effect: the square root of 1% practicing the TM-Sidhi program in a
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