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Maharishi Vedic Approach to Rehabilitation
Modern Science Documents the Benefits of Maharishi's Vedic Approach to Law, Justice, and Rehabilitation   • Decreased Crime   • Greater Respect for Traditional Values   • Higher Levels of Moral Maturity: Increased Moral Ethical Self   • Effective Rehabilitation: Decreased Prison Disciplinary Rule Infractions and Parole Violations; Decreased Recidivism; Fewer New Convictions; Decreased Drug and Alcohol Abuse   • Fewer Court Problems for Juvenile Offenders   • Improved Psychological Health: Decreased Anxiety, Tension, Neuroticism, Depression, Guilt, Introversion, Suspicion, Resentment, Negativity, Irritability, Aggression, Hostility, Schizophrenic Symptoms, Psychopathic Deviation, and Obsessive-Compulsive Behaviour   'Where is the centre of rehabilitation? Within the very nature of a person; it is all divine infinite, unbounded—a field of infinite correlation is there existing deep within him. The Transcendental Meditation Technique enlivens it.   'The settled state of consciousness has a characteristic of infinite correlation, and once that is enlivened, the man can only be infinitely correlated with his environment. He can only be supportive and enriching to all of his environment. The word "rehabilitation" should go to that extreme end—to the absolute awakening of the inner Being.' —Maharishi, First World Assembly on Law, Justice, and Rehabilitation, 1977, Seelizberg, Switzerland   Scientific Research   Maharishi's Books   Other Publications on Maharishi's Vedic Law, Justice, and Rehabilitation   Links to related websites: Rehabilitation: Crime Prevention:   Back to main menu for Maharishi's Programmes
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Vedic Law, Justice, and Rehabilitation
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Transcendental Meditation® in Crime Prevention and Criminal Rehabilitation
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Crime-Free Society
Transcendental Meditation® and Offender Rehabilitation
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