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On a lighter note, here is uplifting music about human flight to inspire practice of the
Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhis program  including Yogic Flyingô
to achieve Stage II hovering by the Year 2022 and Stage III flying by 2525
by mentally altering the gravitational curvature of space time geometry.

"A collection of music like this cannot be found in stores!"
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This is not an official TM organization site - in fact they probably think this is rather ridiculous.

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Flying Songs of the Month

26 A Learning to Fly Tom Petty
and the Heartbreakers

Bonnie Tyler

 

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1991
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Iím learning to fly but I ainít got wings
Cominí down is the hardest thing
Iím learning to fly around the clouds
But what goes up must come down

Bonnie Tyler - Learn to Fly

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This month
I want to Fly Up High
Sheila Moschen
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Sheila's Tunes

Last month
I Want You To Fly
Paul McCartney
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Classic
Golden Dome
Emily Levin

Month before
"
Time to Fly"
by H
ilary Duff

St. Joseph Cupertino - the flying saint
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FNaivvix9s8&feature=youtu.be

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Water Jet Pack:
Get High with Jetlev!

Cosmic Trek in the Golden Dome

We get lifted
We're getting light.
We get weightless
I was meditating
Cross legged, levitating...
We're fighting gravity

America Online's list of top 10 flying songs
www.aolradioblog.com/2010/11/14/best-flying-songs

See also: FlyingMusic.com


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Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr

Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr
of The Beatles
To Reunite At David Lynch Benefit
April 4, 2009 at Radio City Music Hall, New York City, NY
With Maharishi in India

Paul McCartney - I Want You To Fly
I Want You to Fly

Paul McCartney

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Music of Today Sings of the Science of Tomorrow

What do Scientists say about flying? - Do we fully understand the force of gravity?

Since Sir Isaac Newton developed the Universal Law of Gravitation in the 1700's there are still many questions needing complete answers.

Question: Why do two particles of matter attract?
Answer: That's simple. Gravity.
Question: OK then, what is gravity? 
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Answer": The force causing two particles of matter to attract.

What keeps all matter from merging to one point?
How does matter attract across such huge distances, faster than light? 
Are magnetism and gravity two aspects of the same force?
What happens in one particle based on the proximity of another? 
We know how gravity works, accelerating 9.8 meters/second2 , but why?
Is the law of gravity really an absolute law, or a "statistical law"?
Do scientists understand all the forces of nature? 
They are often the first to say they don't.

Some of the world's smartest scientists say there are forces of nature that may transcend gravity, for example:


Dr. John Hagelin, graduated summa cum laude from Dartmouth (in only 3 years), earned a PhD in Physics from Harvard, published research at CERN and SLAC.
He is a daily practitioner of Yogic Flying, lectures on the Physics of Flying and Quantum Gravity Theory which has surpassed the gravitational theories of  Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein in experimental accuracy.

What do Musicians say about flying? - Singing today of the reality of tomorrow

Why are there so many songs with the theme of humans flying?  
Do artists and musicians sense deep inside that it is some day possible?
Popular musicians, people with high sensitivity, often create songs with theme of levitation.
Why would song writers want to frustrate their music buying public by encouraging a "ridiculous" or impossible ability?
Why don't they sing of more practical super abilities, such as running a mile or reading a book within a minute? 
Many songs are for children, who enjoy and request the songs, before they are told by society that they cannot fly.
Public response seems to be very receptive to the flying topic, as indicated by high Top 40 sales in a competitive market.
If such a thing as flying were possible, we might even expect the musicians to be singing of it years in advance.
Flying is nothing less than a quality of the next stage of human evolution.

From: www.PBS.org
A New Picture of Gravity
 A New Picture of Gravity
watch chapter 3 in
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Einstein's success in explaining gravity as warps and curves in the fabric of space and time set him on a quest to unify gravity with electricity and magnetism.   running time 7:11

 


Maximum Coherence of Brain Functioning During the TM-Sidhi Yogic Flying Technique
Maximum Coherence
Increased Frontal Brain Wave Coherence Enlivening Seldom Used Neurophysiological Pathways


Musicians often sing centuries in advance of scientific reality. 

I believe there is no source of deception in the investigation of
  nature which can compare with a fixed belief that certain kinds of
  phenomena are "impossible."  -William James

"All truth passes through three stages: First, it is ridiculed; Second,
  it is violently opposed; and Third, it is accepted as self-evident."
       - Arthur Schopenhauer

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Evolution of Man

Scientists find the Veda


 
Dr. John Hagelin and Dr. Larry Domash found the Veda in Physics.
 
  Weight in Gold
 
Dr. Tony Nader, Raja Raam found the Veda in the Physiology
which won him his weight in gold, about 180 pounds
 

 

Dr. Rick Shaddock has found the Veda in his music collection
which won him his brain's weight in gold (one ounce).

Research expenses funded by C I Corporation


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Want a song posted on the air?
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