Kuno Heribert Vollet
Kuno Heribert Vollet was born in 1951 in Petersaurach, Germany. From 1969 to 1973 he attended The Art School of Kassel in Germany, where he studied painting, design, graphics and ceramics. He has since been regularly participating in German and international exhibitions. A milestone in his personal and artistic development has been his study of consciousness. This experience of the spiritual dimension of life has influenced his work deeply, bestowing upon his work a rare individuality and radiance. The multiple impressions which he has collected throughout his travels to various cultures of the world have further deepened the transparency of his multilayered works. … Explore http://www.kunovollet.de/
German daily “Sueddeutsche Zeitung” had a long and interesting interview recently with movie director David Lynch in their magazine. David said (among other things about TM): “To peacefully coexist, we need peace groups which teach meditation to others. This can be employees who are payed for that or volunteers. When only one percent of the population would meditate, this would have tremendous effects on the collective consciousness.”
Original article (in German): http://sz-magazin.sueddeutsche.de/texte/anzeigen/40015/Auf-einmal-war-ich-nicht-mehr-wuetend
“It is in the purest thing that the soul is capable of, in the noblest part, the ground — indeed, in the very essence of the soul which is the soul’s most secret part. There is the silent “middle,” for no creature ever entered there and no image, nor has the soul there either activity or understanding, therefore she is not aware there of any image, whether of herself or of any other creature. . . . In the soul’s essence there is no activity, for the powers she works with emanate from the ground of being. Yet in that ground is the silent “middle”: here is nothing but rest and celebration.” . . . — Sermon 1, Meister Eckhart (1260 – 1327, Germany)
Read more about this remarkable man “who was considered the most knowledgeable scholar of his time and was one of the most popular and beloved preachers” in this blog by Dr Craig Pearson.
Europe’s first Maharishi Peace Palace was constructed according to the Vastu principles of Vedic architecture and inaugurated on October 24th 2012 in Erfurt, Germany. The building has a footprint of 285 sqm and two and a half stories.
It is located near the center of Germany. One hundred and twenty enthusiastic guests from all over Germany and neighbouring countries attended the inauguration of Europe’s first Maharishi Peace Palace. Great care and creativity was shown in the use of natural building material while keeping within a very reasonable budget. This beautiful new building serves as center of learning. A small coherence creating group is doing its “office hours” there every morning and evening. Photo by Director Dr. Eckart Stein.
Source: Maharishi Channel
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