Consciousness-based Environmental Relationships
July 23 to August 2, 2020 | Maharishi Purusha Program Campus | West Virginia, USA
About the Location
Held at the beautiful Purusha Campus in the West Virginia mountains, this course is open to male applicants.
About Your Host for This Course
The Maharishi Purusha Program, commonly called ‘Purusha,’ will be your host. Purusha is a unique program designed by Maharishi for Sidha men who wish to enjoy extended practice of the Transcendental Meditation Sidhi Program and create enlightenment for themselves while enlivening Invincibility in the collective consciousness of the world. The Purusha program is designed for those who are free from immediate family and other obligations, allowing them time to focus exclusively on their own evolution. Participants in the Maharishi Vedic Leadership Forum will be enjoying the wonderful atmosphere this group creates while attending this ten-day course. Learn about Purusha and the Next Generation Purusha Program here >
Maharishi also created a similar program for women, Mother Divine Program. Learn more here >
Each day generally follows this schedule:
extended morning program
morning knowledge session
lunch followed by a beautiful walk on 420 acres of pristine land
afternoon knowledge session
extended afternoon program
evening knowledge session
Two Adventure Days are planned for the group to experience the natural beauty of the environment. The Purusha Campus is located in the scenic hills of West Virginia, near rivers and forests for the group to enjoy.
Vegetarian organic meals.
Price & Accommodation
Stay in certified Maharishi Vastu housing and enjoy spacious individual rooms with panoramic views. This location has designated flying halls and Ayurvedic organic meals.
Course fee: USD$1100* for 10 nights Room & Board
Includes organic vegetarian meals
*Discounts available for full-time MUM students and full-time employees of the TM organizations.
Dr. John Konhaus, who directed the Maharishi Vedic Leadership Forum held over the past two summers, will conduct this course on the science and art of supreme leadership.
Detailed Course Description Available here >
Coat and tie are not required. Casual resort wear will be enough (i.e., a nice shirt and trousers), but no jeans and t-shirts should be worn for knowledge sessions. A waterproof rain jacket, activewear, and sturdy shoes are suggested for Adventure Days. The weather varies from warm to hot during this time of year, so bring light, comfortable clothing for flying.
Arrival Day: July 23rd with the first group meeting at 8 pm
Departure Day: August 2nd is the final morning meeting. Lunch is provided.
Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about the USA course.
Want more information?
Raja Konhaus held a webinar to give you a better idea of what to expect during this course.
You can view a replay of the webinar here.
The password to view the webinar is: mvlf
NOTE: Travel info, what to bring, and other practical details will be shared with applicants.