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Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (1918–2008)

Indian founder transcendental meditation, born in Allahabad, UP, India in 1917. He abandoned his scientific studies to become a follower of Guru Dev. He founded the science of creative intelligence and, as an exponent of the relaxation technique called transcendental meditation, he became one of the first Eastern gurus to attract a Western ... See full bio »

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 2012 Meditation, Creativity, Peace (Documentary) (dedicated with all the gratitude)
 1981 Ek Duuje Ke Liye (dedicatee - as Maharishi Maheshi Yogi)
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5' 5" (1.65 m)

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The nature of outer life is activity. Inner life is all silent and quiet. At this quiet end is absolute being, non-changing, transcendental bliss.


The Beach Boys singer Mike Love studied with the Maharishi in India at the same time as The Beatles, Donovan, and actress Mia Farrow, and continued to promote him through the 1980s. Another supporter was magician Doug Henning, who campaigned to open a theme park called Vedaland, dedicated to the Maharishi's teachings. See more »

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