Do you really want World Peace ?Dr.Michael Nobel who has devoted his life working in creating world peace.
He was born and raised in Sweden and live most of his life in Switzerland - two countries who have not had a conflict with their neighbors for hundreds of years. His great grandfather’s brother Alfred Nobel who was an engineer founded the Nobel Peace Prize. He himself has some experience and background in work for peace and spent 12 years of his recent past as head of a non-violence project which succeeded to reach out to over 2 million young people around the globe to teach them non-violent behavior through various programs in schools.He sits today on several boards of conflict resolution foundations trying to make young urban children adopt a non-violent lifestyle. Dr. Michael Nobel has participated in the Casting of Golden Image of Phra Monkol Thepmuni (Sodh Chandrasaro) on October 10th, 2008 saying"The wisdom of Dhammakaya, the key to the enlightenment of the Lord Buddha, In order that these teachings may once again announce to the world that the peaceful state of the mind is the secret of success.”He also mentioned of Luang Phaw Dhammajayo,“One only has to think of the millions of people whose lives are devoted to teaching children life skills, to fighting pain, disease and poverty, to protecting lives and property and to promoting ideals of morality and truth.We have a shining example here today, in the person of his holiness Luang Phaw Dhammajayo."Dr. Michael Nobel first started meditation through Luang Phaw Dhammajayo’s teaching. He felt a strong inner peace and relaxation and said,"There is no doubt in my mind that if all of the statesmen of the world, the military, the politicians and the corporate leaders accepted the principle of meditation and agreed to assimilate the wisdom of Luang Phaw Dhammajayo the world would surely become a haven of peace and tranquility. "
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Dr.Michael Nobel who has devoted his life working in creating world peace. He was born and raised in SwedenDhamma Articles > Meditation Articles and Techniques > Meditation for Peace
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