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Donna Karan, business woman, philanthropist and award-winning designer, has always been an inspiration. She is committed to raising awareness and inspiring change in the areas of well-being, preserving cultures, and empowering children in mind, body and spirit. In this article for the Huffington Post she writes about women returning from war and a woman's greatest strength.

'Women seek peace. We are natural nurturers. We look to get along, always focusing on what we have in common, not what tears us apart. Our sensitivity is our greatest strength.......For me, yoga and meditation is the best way to find calm in the chaos. It centers and grounds you. It reminds you who you are. It re-sensitizes you, so you can reclaim your strength.'

read the full article here


The first Global Mother Divine Organization Songwriting Competition was open to women and girls in the United States, practising the Transcendental Meditation Technique®.

The requirements for the competition were to write, record, and submit songs expressing life in harmony with Nature--songs celebrating life in fulfillment and the joy of our whole world family living in peace, Heaven on Earth.The two winners in the children's category were two 6th grade girls from the Ideal Academy Public Charter School in Washington, D.C.

First place winner in children's category: Ife Calhoun



Second place winner in children's category: Desire Campbell



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The Dr. Oz Show is an American television talk show, hosted by Dr. Mehmet Oz, a cardiothoracic surgeon and teaching professor at Columbia University who became famous for his appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Our very own Candace Badgett appears on the Dr. Oz show and demonstrates three types of Ayurvedic treatments to remove to remove deep rooted toxins and slim down in the process.

Watch a clip from the show here.

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The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded for outstanding contributions for fraternity between nations, the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses.

This year the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to three powerful women, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Leymah Gbowee, and Tawakkul Karman, "for their non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women's rights to full participation in peace-building work".

Mrs. Kraman, a Yemeni journalist, politician, and human rights activist stated "We cannot build our country or any country in the world without peace."

It's wonderful to see these strong, independent, and optimistic women recognized for the crucial work they do. This article from the Washington Post speaks about how "women matter in bringing about substantial change through non-violence" and how "this 2011 prize underlines that today women are in the forefront as leaders directly making the change, and also, and equally important, they are bringing their own creativity, including their faith creativity, to this work as they sit, stand, march, pray, (and) blog,......... for a more decent and humane world."



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Jeanne Ball, a writer for the David Lynch Foundation and 25-year teacher of Transcendental Meditation®, always writes thoughtful and informative articles about meditation and its positive effects on daily life. Here she shares her experiences of how Transcendental Meditation helps us deal with stress.

'Stress levels among women have been rising steadily for the past five years, outpacing men's, says the American Psychological Association's 2010 survey. Fifty percent of the women surveyed say they lose sleep at night because of stress, and report that fatigue interferes with their willpower to exercise, choose better eating habits or make healthy lifestyle changes.

Other surveys have found that nearly twice as many women than men are affected by depression and anxiety. It's no wonder that closing the eyes and diving within--to a place where stress and fatigue melt away--has gained such widespread appeal among women.......

We all know that meditation is a powerful stress-buster, and that when we're less stressed we're more emotionally available. But more important, research shows that effective meditation can beneficially impact high blood pressure, high cholesterol and insulin resistance, the three main risk factors for heart disease. Research funded by the National Institutes of Health found, astonishingly, that people practicing the TM technique had 50% fewer incidents of heart attack and stroke, compared to controls.'

For the full story click here


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Dr.Oz.png

The Dr. Oz Show is an American television talk show, hosted by Dr. Mehmet Oz, a cardiothoracic surgeon and teaching professor at Columbia University who became famous for his appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Our very own Candace Badgett appears on the Dr. Oz show and demonstrates three types of Ayurvedic treatments to remove to remove deep rooted toxins and slim down in the process.

Watch a clip from the show here.

Screen shot 2011-10-11 at 3.39.27 PM.png

The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded for outstanding contributions for fraternity between nations, the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses.

This year the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to three powerful women, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Leymah Gbowee, and Tawakkul Karman, "for their non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women's rights to full participation in peace-building work".

Mrs. Kraman, a Yemeni journalist, politician, and human rights activist stated "We cannot build our country or any country in the world without peace."

It's wonderful to see these strong, independent, and optimistic women recognized for the crucial work they do. This article from the Washington Post speaks about how "women matter in bringing about substantial change through non-violence" and how "this 2011 prize underlines that today women are in the forefront as leaders directly making the change, and also, and equally important, they are bringing their own creativity, including their faith creativity, to this work as they sit, stand, march, pray, (and) blog,......... for a more decent and humane world."



Screen shot 2011-10-05 at 4.58.45 PM.png
Donna Karan, business woman, philanthropist and award-winning designer, has always been an inspiration. She is committed to raising awareness and inspiring change in the areas of well-being, preserving cultures, and empowering children in mind, body and spirit. In this article for the Huffington Post she writes about women returning from war and a woman's greatest strength.

'Women seek peace. We are natural nurturers. We look to get along, always focusing on what we have in common, not what tears us apart. Our sensitivity is our greatest strength.......For me, yoga and meditation is the best way to find calm in the chaos. It centers and grounds you. It reminds you who you are. It re-sensitizes you, so you can reclaim your strength.'

read the full article here

tati-meditating.jpg

Jeanne Ball, a writer for the David Lynch Foundation and 25-year teacher of Transcendental Meditation®, always writes thoughtful and informative articles about meditation and its positive effects on daily life. Here she shares her experiences of how Transcendental Meditation helps us deal with stress.

'Stress levels among women have been rising steadily for the past five years, outpacing men's, says the American Psychological Association's 2010 survey. Fifty percent of the women surveyed say they lose sleep at night because of stress, and report that fatigue interferes with their willpower to exercise, choose better eating habits or make healthy lifestyle changes.

Other surveys have found that nearly twice as many women than men are affected by depression and anxiety. It's no wonder that closing the eyes and diving within--to a place where stress and fatigue melt away--has gained such widespread appeal among women.......

We all know that meditation is a powerful stress-buster, and that when we're less stressed we're more emotionally available. But more important, research shows that effective meditation can beneficially impact high blood pressure, high cholesterol and insulin resistance, the three main risk factors for heart disease. Research funded by the National Institutes of Health found, astonishingly, that people practicing the TM technique had 50% fewer incidents of heart attack and stroke, compared to controls.'

For the full story click here


The first Global Mother Divine Organization Songwriting Competition was open to women and girls in the United States, practising the Transcendental Meditation Technique®.

The requirements for the competition were to write, record, and submit songs expressing life in harmony with Nature--songs celebrating life in fulfillment and the joy of our whole world family living in peace, Heaven on Earth.The two winners in the children's category were two 6th grade girls from the Ideal Academy Public Charter School in Washington, D.C.

First place winner in children's category: Ife Calhoun



Second place winner in children's category: Desire Campbell




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