In response to the growing experiences of higher states of consciousness, Maharishi explains experiences of Transcendental Meditation in terms of Transcendental Consciousness, Cosmic Consciousness, and God Consciousness.1965 Maharishi’s Year of Bhagavad-Gita:
Maharishi explains experiences of Transcendental Meditation in terms of the Vedic Principle of Action—निष्काम कर्मयोग Nishkam karma yoga योगस्थ: कुरु कर्माणि Yogastha kuru karmani: Established in Being, perform action.
Maharishi inaugurates the first International Academy of Meditation in Shankaracharya Nagar, Rishikesh, India.1967 Maharishi’s Year of Unity Consciousness:
Maharishi explains the nature of Unity Consciousness, the pinnacle of human evolution, and inaugurates the first European Meditation Academy in Bremen, Germany.1968 Maharishi’s Year of Students:
The Students International Meditation Society is founded in many countries, and for the first time video technology is used to record an entire course taught by Maharishi for one month in Squaw Valley, USA.1969 Maharishi’s Year of Supreme Knowledge:
Maharishi comments on the Brahm Sutra, the textbook of Vedant—Unity Consciousness.1970 Maharishi’s Year of Scientific Research:
The first scientific research on Transcendental Meditation is published. (In the years which follow, more than 600 scientific research studies are conducted at over 230 independent universities and research institutes in 35 countries, validating the profound benefits of Maharishi’s Transcendental Meditation Programme for the individual and for every area of society, including health, education, business, industry, rehabilitation, defence, agriculture, and government.)
Maharishi formulates the Science of Creative Intelligence (SCI)—the Science of Consciousness.
‘The main theme of SCI is that there exists a source from which Creative Intelligence springs and a goal toward which it progresses as the process of evolution unfolds. This source and this goal are identical and can be identified as the innermost area of one’s own life, as the source of the thinking process: the self-referral consciousness of everyone, the field of pure Creative Intelligence.’ --Maharishi ji