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Combating Stress in Police Work and Preventing Crime, Terrorism, and War
-- Article about Invincible Defense Technology published in Police Writers (USA) by American Heroes Press and reprinted in the Mangalorean (India), Mareeg (Somalia), Ethiomedia (Ethiopia), The Seoul Times (South Korea), OpEdNews (USA), South Asia Mail, The SOP (USA), and The World News: The International News Magazine.

By: John Theobald, M.S.
Former N.Y.P.D. Officer and Former Professor of Criminal Justice at the New York Institute of Technology

With: David Leffler, Ph.D.
Executive Director, Center for Advanced Military Science (CAMS)

Excerpt:

"...One of the most common reports was an increase in their shooting scores. Others reported feeling more aware, especially in life-threatening situations. This is important because in an effort to protect and save lives, law enforcement officers may sometimes resort to using deadly force.

For example, there was a story of an officer and his partner who were called to a situation in a very dangerous part of New York City. Walking in an alley, they were ambushed. A shot rang out, and his partner fell wounded to the ground. This officer drew his revolver and quickly shot five assassins, killing four and disabling the fifth. He later reported if it were not for his regular TM practice, he would have been killed. Despite the overwhelming odds against him, the policeman said he was able to maintain his composure under fire. He skillfully and accurately shot his weapon during this dangerous and highly stressful situation. (The revolvers used by New York area police at that time could only fire six rounds, so the situation was much more critical than it would be in modern times where weapons can fire fifteen or more rounds.)..."

Read the entire article at: http://www.police-writers.com/articles/combating_stress_in_police_work.html

Transcendental Meditation in Criminal Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention -- Transcendental Meditation, the principle component of Invincible Defense Technology, was the subject of an issue of the Journal of Offender Rehabilitation in 2003. There are several studies in this peer-reviewed journal related to crime and rehabilitation involving Invincible Defense Technology. One landmark study entitled "Preventing Terrorism and International Conflict: Effects of Large Assemblies of Participants in the Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi Programs" shows a 72% reduction in deaths due to international terrorism (p<.025) when the proper threshold of people practicing Invincible Defence Technology was reached.

The Crime Vaccine: How to End the Crime Epidemic -- There is a scientifically validated means to reduce crime. The Transcendental Meditation program has been used successfully all over the world to reduce recidivism, improve prison morale, and rehabilitate convicts on parole. The author, Jay Marcus, is a corporate and securities attorney. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Rutgers University, and a graduate of the University of Virginia Law School, Mr. Marcus began his legal career in 1969 working at Marshall, Bratter, Greene, Allison & Tucker, a Park Avenue, New York City law firm. "The Crime Vaccine" was designated one of the five best nonfiction books of the year by Bookviews. Mr. Marcus's book about Invincible Defense Technology is Victory Before War. He is a member of the Center for Advanced Military Science (CAMS).

Brazilian Military Police Pictures -- Brazilian warriors learned Invincible Defense Technology as part of their military police training. A number of Brazilian state governments introduced the technology. More than twenty-six thousand military police officers of all ranks were instructed.

Scientific Research Conducted On Invincible Defense Technology By Brazilian Scientists -- Charts illustrating significant improvements in health and discipline by military police officers and cadets in the State of Bahia, Brazil and the Military Police Academy of Piaui, Brazil, who likewise experienced significant improvements.

A Vedic Approach To Military Defense: Reducing Collective Stress Through The Field Effects Of Consciousness -- Members of a police department in the United States were the subjects of a study measuring the field effect of Invincible Defense Technology. (Doctoral Dissertation, The Union Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1997). Dissertation Abstracts International, 58(08), 3298A. (177 pages) Dr. David R. Leffler's Project Demonstrating Excellence (PDE) conducts and examines research on Invincible Defense Technology.


Crime Prevention Studies

The studies listed below are part of a table in the article An alternative to military violence and fear-based deterrence: Twenty years of research on the Maharishi Effect. Security And Political Risk Analysis (SAPRA), by Dr. David R. Leffler, Dr. Kurt Kleinschnitz, & Dr. Kenneth G. Walton (1999, May 1).


Borland, C., & Landrith, G. S. III. (1976). Improved quality of city life through the Transcendental Meditation program: Decreased crime rate

Burgmans, W. H. P. M., Burgt, A. T. van der, Langenkamp, F. P. Th., & Verstegen, J. G. (1983). Sociological effects of the group dynamics of consciousness: Decrease of crime and traffic accidents in Holland.

Davies, J. L., & Alexander, C. N. (1983). The Maharishi Technology of the Unified Field and improved quality of life in the United States: A study of the First World Peace Assembly, Amherst, Massachusetts, 1979.

Dillbeck, M. C., Banus, C. B., Polanzi, C., & Landrith III, G. S. (1988). Test of a field model of consciousness and social change: The Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi program and decreased urban crime.

Dillbeck, M. C., Cavanaugh, K. L., & Berg, W. P. (1983). The effect of the group dynamics of consciousness on society: Reduced crime in the union territory of Delhi, India.

Dillbeck, M. C., Cavanaugh, K. L., Glenn, T., Orme-Johnson, D. W., & Mittlefehldt, V. (1987). Consciousness as a field: The Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi program and changes in social indicators.

Dillbeck, M. C., Foss, A. P. O. Zimmermann, W. J. (1993). Maharishi's Global Society Campaign: Improved quality of life in Rhode Island through the Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi program.

Dillbeck, M. C., Landrith III, G. S., & Orme-Johnson, D. W. (1981). The Transcendental Meditation program and crime rate change in a sample of forty-eight cities.

Dillbeck, M. S., Landrith III, G. S., Polanzi, C., & Baker, S. R. (1982). The Transcendental Meditation program and crime rate change: A causal analysis.

Dillbeck, M. C., Mittlefehldt, V., Lukenbach, A. P., Childress, D., Royer, A., Westsmith, L., & Orme-Johnson, D. W. (1984). A time series analysis of the relationship between the group practice of Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi program in crime change in Puerto Rico.

Hagelin, J. S., Orme-Johnson, D. W., Rainforth, M., Cavanaugh, K., & Alexander, C. N. (1999). Results of the National Demonstration Project to Reduce Violent Crime and Improve Governmental Effectiveness in Washington, D.C.

Hatchard, G. (1977). Influence of the Transcendental Meditation program on crime rate in suburban Cleveland.

Hatchard, G. D., Deans, A. J., Cavanaugh, K. L. , & Orme-Johnson, D. W. (1996). The Maharishi Effect: A model for social improvement. Time series analysis of a phase transition to reduced crime in Merseyside metropolitan area.

Marcus, J. The Crime Vaccine: How to End the Crime Epidemic (Claitor's Law Books and Publishing Division, April 1, 1996)

Orme-Johnson, D. W., Alexander, C. N., Davies, J. L., Chandler, H. M., & Larimore, W. E. (1988). International peace project in the Middle East: The effects of the Maharishi Technology of the Unified Field.

Orme-Johnson, D. W., Cavanaugh, K. L., Alexander, C. N., Gelderloos, P., Dillbeck, M. C., Lanford, A. G., & Abou Nader, T. M. (1987). The influence of the Maharishi Technology of the Unified Field on world events and global social indicators: The effects of the Taste of Utopia Assembly.

Orme-Johnson, D. W., & Gelderloos, P. (1984). The long-term effects of the Maharishi Technology of the Unified Field on the quality of life in the United States (1960–1983).

Orme-Johnson, D. W., Gelderloos, P., & Dillbeck, M. C. (1988). The effects of the Maharishi Technology of the Unified Field on the U.S. quality of life (1960–1984).

Reeks, D. (1990). Improved Quality of Life in Iowa through the Maharishi Effect.

 

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