Maharishi & Transcendental Meditation (TM), MERU The Netherlands – Dr Girish

1/2 Maharishi et la Méditation Transcendantale (MT), MERU Pays-Bas – Dr Girish Momaya

MERU is a branch campus of Maharishi European Research University (MERU), founded in 1975 in Seelisberg, Switzerland. It has conducted and published research on the Transcendental Meditation technique and related technologies. It occupies the forested grounds of the former Kolleg St. Ludwig (Saint Ludwig College), a Franciscan monastery and boarding school. The main structure was built in 1909 and the college operated until 1979 and was purchased by The Maharishi Foundation in 1984.

The campus is considered a “capital” of the Global Country of World Peace and includes buildings, offices and residences for various institutions and leaders of the Transcendental Meditation movement including its founder, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi who moved there in 1990 and occupied a large, custom built structure from 1992 until his death. The site is near the villages of Vlodrop-station and Vlodrop in Limburg, the Netherlands, adjacent to the Dutch-German border and the defunct Iron Rhine railroad, and surrounded by Meinweg National Park.

MERU was, founded in 1975 in Seelisberg, Switzerland and later opened this branch campus in Holland. It has conducted and published research on the Transcendental Meditation technique and related technologies and occupies the forested grounds of the former Kolleg St. Ludwig (Saint Ludwig College), a Franciscan monastery and boarding school. The main structure on the campus was built in 1909 and operated until 1979. The campus was purchased by The Maharishi Foundation in 1984 and campus development has included both demolition and new construction.

Girish Momaya

Dr. Momaya is a director of the Maharishi Foundation International in the Netherlands, an international foundation established to promote teachings and programmes of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. It is functioning in the areas of Consciousness Based Education, Maharishi Vedic Approach to Health, Maharishi Sthapatya Veda (Vedic Architecture), Maharishi Jyotish (Vedic Astrology) and offering training in various areas of society.

Dr. Momaya is a director of Maharishi European Research University, a Dutch foundation dealing with creating coherence through Maharishi’s technology of consciousness and giving services and courses in the areas of Education and Health.

Dr. Momaya is a director of Maharishi Ayurveda Products Europe B.V., a Dutch company dealing with manufacturing and distribution of herbal health food supplements.

Education and training in Maharishi Vedic Sciences, Education and training in Maharishi Ayurveda Programmes, Teaching Transcendental Meditation Programme, Distribution of Ayurvedic health products, Maharishi Ayurveda Health Centers.

Emotional Implants

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The Importance of Cleaning the Subtle Bodies

“The voice of our original self is often muffled, overwhelmed, even strangled, by the voices of other people’s expectations.”
~Julia Cameron

Keeping our subtle bodies clean is very important for the flow of our vital energy. The assembly of these bodies composes what we call our Energetic, or Auric, Field. Our Energetic Field feeds on vital energy. This vital energy is called Prana, or Qi or Chi, and feeds certain corridors of power that exist in and nourishes these subtle bodies.

The cleaning of the chakras, or centers of emanation and centrifugal energy, is of fundamental importance to metabolize these perfectly. With the Light that passes through them, with the flow through the magnetic axis, it literally feeds every cell in the body. The specific cleaning the Emotional Body is essential in order not to accumulate dark energy that can produce psychosomatic dis-easies.

Before we can heal ourselves, we must first be true to ourselves. The energy of emotional purification will help you forgive yourself for making choices that you did not fully understand at the time. From the moment you are free of regret or sorry for yourself, you can begin to heal, and then will automatically heal everyone around you with radiant unconditional love.

The blockages we often encounter around our Auric field can be called implants, or seeded attitudinal conducts, thoughts and behaviors.

Emotional implants can be of various natures, from implants that represent collective karmic patterns that have been externally imposed through social conditioning and expectations, to ones of personal nature of different life conditions and experiences that we are not emotionally mature enough to process and heal. Some implants, however, can be acquired through your genetic bloodline.

Some of these implants are the karma of our soul that we carry from one incarnation to another. Once incarnated on this 3D planet, the implants are activated and they will continue with the battles of duality, or the Game of Shadows and Light.

The implants can be assimilated in different ways, from many different timelines, locations and situations. There are many different types of implants as they have different purposes.

The last manner in which an implant can be integrated is through associations with different spiritual organizations of a negative nature. On the astral plane, these organizations create an Egregore. This includes any civil, social, or religious institution, and also cults that use mind control and fear to strengthen control over its members. They produce and perpetuate a “monolithic vibration”, as a standard energy signature, that overrules the manifestation of diversity proper of Human nature. Many of these vows of fidelity and service remain until consciously revoked. This is energy that needs to be transmuted.

The clearing of implants from our emotional body is a sensitive process that takes us all from the dualistic timeline of a 3D perspective to multidimensional perspective, to a point where we can safely transmute the emotion and release them away of our physical and emotional levels. How can we begin to “cleanse” the emotional charge that conditions us? A more direct approach would be to look inward with sincerity and recognize the energetic knots that are indirectly and directly preventing us from achieving our best, as programmed before this earthly experience.

After the procedure, your body will become able to sustain a higher energy levels since these embedded programs, which can be tiny energy-dense patterns stored in many energy centers of the body and which are passed on for generations without end, block and make difficult the expansion and upgrade of the level of experience we can gather through the manifestation of our Divine Purpose.

Imperfect Spirituality: Extraordinary Enlightenment for Ordinary People ~ Polly Campbell

Pulling a raisin out of a two-year-old’s nose probably wasn’t on Buddha’s path toward enlightenment, but it was one of the obstacles for author Polly Campbell. For many, stuck raisins and other real-life moments provide sometimes the only opportunity for spiritual growth in a day. Imperfect Spirituality shows readers how to integrate those every-day moments with traditional spiritual techniques to experience personal growth and greater well-being all in the course of your regular routine. Any activity can be transformed into a spiritual practice. Don’t have a half-hour to meditate? Can’t drop everything à la Elizabeth Gilbert and trek to Italy or India? Do a mini-meditation while stopped at a red light. Working to be mindful and present? Start by brushing your teeth.

Imperfect Spirituality is filled with practical tips and dozens of examples like these, as well as anecdotes from real people who are striving to grow both spiritually and personally. Each chapter features fascinating research about how the mind body spirit connection really works as well as illuminating quotes, and informative, easy-to-do takeaways from leading-edge academic and spiritual experts who both study and practice the techniques explored in the book.

Campbell is also a professional speaker and instructor with The Daily Om. Her writing appears regularly in national magazines and she has tested and tried many of the self-improvement strategies she writes about in her own quest to find more happiness, tranquility — and some days just socks that match. She is a writer, wife, mother, cat-litter changer, and avid player of Candyland from her home in Portland, OR.

“Maturity of Planets & Houses” by Veno

What makes Vedic Astrology superior to other Divination systems, including Western Astrology, is its level of accuracy and precision in prediction. Predictive methods are based on very complex calculations and there are numerous methods which will pinpoint timing down to the exact minute. However there is a simple method which gives remarkable results and should be taken into account when seeing a chart.

Planets and houses are said to give their maturity effects at certain ages in a person’s life. The planets are more significant in this regard. When a planet matures at a certain age, the full potential of the planet will be able to manifest at that time. Whatever a planet promises in the chart, will be clearly visible in a person’s life at that age.

This is a very important method of prediction and can often work like magic. In some cases just knowing a person’s age without having access to their chart can give you a strong idea of what they are experiencing in life and how that planet corresponding to their age actually functions in their chart. The maturity planet will show its intrinsic nature as well as the results of its chart placement. The intensity of its effects will last until the next planet matures.


Jupiter Matures at 15 – 20 years of age (peak 16)

Sun Matures at 22 years of age

Moon Matures at 24 years of age

Venus Matures 25 – 27 years of age (peak 25)

Mars Matures at 28 – 31 years of age (peak 28)

Mercury Matures at 32 – 35 years of age (peak 32)

Saturn Matures at 36 – 39 years of age (peak 36)

Rahu Matures at 42 – 47 years of age (peak 42)

Ketu Matures at 48 – 54 years of age (peak 48)

Jupiter’s maturity age (15th birthday) 16th year, will often give some special opportunities, wealth, or higher learning (Jupiter’s natural significations) and whatever else it indicates in the chart.

Sun’s maturity age (21st birthday) 22nd year, will bring out the person’s underlying tendencies to the fore, and if well placed is an important time for professional advancement, along with whatever else Sun indicates in the chart.

Moon’s maturity age (23rd birthday) 24th year, will show some psychological maturity. Whatever else the Moon indicates in the chart will come to the fore.

From one’s 24th birthday (25th year) Venus will mature. As a natural significator of love a person will generally expect some romance even marriage in their life, if supported by the main horoscope. Venus will also give the effects of its chart placement.

Mars maturity age (27th birthday) 28th year, will see a person developing more initiative and independence in their life. Mars will also give the effects of its chart placement.

Mercury’s maturity age (31st birthday) 32nd year, will see more intellectual development and important communication activities taking place. Mercury will also give the effects of its chart placement.

Saturn’s maturity age (35th birthday) 36th year, can usher in important changes. A person may experience some form of upheaval or find more security and stability in their life. Whatever a person has been working hard towards in the house that Saturn occupies, will give its full results at this age.

Rahu’s maturity age (41st birthday ) 42nd year, can make one more focused on the opportunities for growth that Rahu signifies in the chart.

Ketu’s maturity age (47th birthday) 48th year, is an important time for introspection and reflection on how one has developed up till now in their lives. It can be an important spiritual turning point.

If a planet is afflicted in a chart, when it reaches maturity the full negative potential of that planet will be able to manifest. As an example, if Saturn were badly placed in the 4th house of a horoscope, at the age of 36 a person will have some kind of emotional crisis or difficulties with property matters. Saturn is sure to show its more negative inherent traits such as obstacles, delays, miserliness, over attachment and poverty. If this Saturn were also ruler of the 5th and 6th house it will show obstructions in love affairs, creativity, children (5th house) and problems with debts, enemies and health (6th house). On the other hand if Saturn is a strong benefic or yogakaraka then one may see a sudden rise in fortune at the age of 36.


Houses are said to mature at certain times in a person’s life also. If a person has a particularly strong or weak house it will show its effect quite obviously during the period of its duration, alongside other more important predictive factors.

9th House Maturity Age (1-24 yrs)

10th House Maturity Age (25 – 26 yrs)

11th House Maturity Age (27 -28 yrs)

12th House Maturity Age (29 – 30 yrs)

1st House Maturity Age (31 – 33 yrs)

2nd House Maturity Age (34 – 36 yrs)

3rd House Maturity Age (37 – 39 yrs)

4th House Maturity Age (40 – 45 yrs)

5th House Maturity Age (46 – 51 yrs)

6th House Maturity Age (52 – 57 yrs)

7th House Maturity Age (58 – 65 yrs)

8th House Maturity Age (66 yrs onwards)

Up to 24 years of age when the 9th house is giving effects, a person will be very much at the mercy of their fortune or misfortune, depending on the strength of the 9th house in the chart. This is a time when a person develops their main outlook and approach to life , and finds their destined path or general life direction.

From one’s 24th birthday to 26 years of age, one’s career often becomes an important point of focus, and trying to attain professional recognition. From one’s 26th birthday to 28 years of age, social opportunities may manifest, along with focusing on one’s ability for wealth and profits and trying to achieve major ambitions and long term goals.

From one’s 28th birthday to 30 years of age, a person may have to deal with issues of loss, long distance travel may be important, along with spiritual awakening and seeking a greater meaning to existence.

From one’s 30th birthday to 33 years of age, a person may be trying to formulate their self identity and become more independent.

From one’s 33rd birthday to 36 years of age, a person may be focused on earning money, development of speech and acquiring knowledge.

From one’s 36th birthday to 39 years of age, a person may be fostering their independence and initiative, and learning to handle communication in a more effective manner. New creative skills may be taken up at this time.

From one’s 39th birthday to 45 years of age, a person may be concerned more about inner stability and settling down in a permanent home.

From one’s 45th birthday to 51 years of age, new creative activities may spring up, along with concentration on one’s children and their lives.

From one’s 51st birthday to 57 years of age, a person may have to focus more on their health and whatever else their 6th house indicates in the chart.

By one’s 57th birthday to 65 years of age, a person has learnt to deal with relationships in a certain way.

From one’s 65th birthday onwards a person has to confront issues about death and the mysteries of life.

Copyright Veno 2007

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