There are currently 156 permanent members living in the community at the Maharishi Dome and we welcome hundreds more visitors every year with well over a million meditations having taken place in the Dome since it was built!


The Woodley Park Centre is the first public building in the UK designed and built according to the principles of Maharishi Sthapatya Veda.


The Maharishi Dome receives the highly coveted BURA Award for Best Practice in Urban Regeneration for a positive contribution to economic regeneration.


The Maharishi Effect: research shows a 13.4% drop in crime in Merseyside when the Maharishi Dome opened.


The Maharishi Dome is opened by the local MP Kenneth Hind, with a special weekend event attended by over 800 visitors from many parts of the world.


The community contributed to the economic recovery of the Skelmersdale by purchasing Peel House. Many businesses founded there became highly successful such as Mountain Breeze, Uretek, M.A.P. and Buswell Machine Electronics.


Maharishi’s first visit. This historic date was the first time the coherence number of 800 for the UK was reached.


People from all over the UK and other countries practising Transcendental Meditation move to Skelmersdale to found the community.