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MAHARISHI MAHESH YOGI 1968

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In August 1967 the Maharishi became the "spiritual advisor to the Beatles" when they studied with him in Bangor, Wales.

In February 1968 they traveled to Rishikesh, India to "devote themselves fully to the Maharishi's instruction." During this time they experienced a great creative infusion, culminating in the "White Album." By early June the Beatles departed India.

These two films recorded directly before and after the Beatles time with the Maharishi capture, in all likelihood, the same words and messages that they heard.



GURU AT HARVARD 1968
U.S. film. January 23, 1968. The Maharishi Mahesh Yogi lectures at the Harvard Law School Forum. He answers many questions posed by the audience including an interesting question, "What do you meditate about? Silence? Source of thought, or about the meta physics of the soul?" The Maharishi's lecture is filled with characteristic humor, warmth, tranquility, authority, and insight — and he offers, "Something which is so essential to life and that has been overlooked."

MAHARISHI AT LAKE LOUISE 1968
CAN. film. June 12, 1968. In color. Arguably the best treatment of Maharishi and his teachings ever recorded. He is seen walking and talking about the nature of life with the beautiful scene of Lake Louise and the Rocky Mountains behind him. He describes the lake, its surface and depth, and the reflections on it as a metaphor to explain the spiritual content of life and how it gets lost and overshadowed when we identify with only the surface material objects of life.

This historic talk brings understanding to the nature of inner life. The Maharishi says that practicing Transcendental Meditation is a way to help dissolve stresses and to quickly enjoy life to the maximum.


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