The agents in the Invincible Outsourcing call centres benefit enormously from Consciousness-Based Education that has been proven to develop total brain potential enabling agents to have higher levels of personal motivation, enhanced health, and increased efficiency and effectiveness.
by Global Good News staff writer
6 July 2009
Following many phone calls and with direct guidance from Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, a special project came about in South Africa: the Maharishi Invincibility Institute started in June 2007. There are now 250 students, aspiring to 1000, all practising the Transcendental Meditation programme, and 70 Yogic Flyers creating coherence for South Africa.
Maharishi Invincibility Institute has a large building in downtown Johannesburg, where they have recently launched a new business within the school, Invincible Outsourcing, so that the students have the dignity of earning earn money while they study and can pay for their own education, accommodation, transport, food, and also send money back to their families. The business is South Africa's first non-profit call centre and the idea is to create self-sustaining education.
'So this is an amazing initiative we just started, with wonderful support from different donors around South Africa,' said Annie Falk, when speaking about this new initiative to the IamU Conference in June.
'Maharishi always said ''Seek the highest first,'' and ''Go to where the opportunity is greatest,'' Annie continued. She feels it has been a wonderful opportunity to be in South Africa 'with these amazing people, and where the opportunity is huge for developing the minds of these young people in South Africa.'
On the East coast of South Africa they are working with schools implementing Transcendental Meditation and there are about 20,000 school students waiting to learn. Thirty-two school principals and two hundred schoolteachers have already learnt. The next phase is to teach the students.
Annie said it has also been very fulfilling for her to teach women in a women's shelter.
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