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Practical Meditation, Part 2: Exploring Eternal Reality


BrahmaKumaris
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About This Course

The Practical Meditation, Program of Courses, give an introduction to the knowledge of Raja Yoga. In the first Course, Developing Spiritual Awareness, we explored the first aim of Raja Yoga which is to regain mastery over the self. In the second Course of this series, we explore the second aim of Raja Yoga to recharge the soul by establishing the connection with the Highest, the Supreme.

Yoga can be described as a deep absorption of my mind on a Being that is full of love, full of peace and full of power. This will start to reawaken the original experiences in the self.

Requirements

We recommend that you complete the first course, Developing Spiritual Awareness, before starting to explore the content of this second course.

Course Staff

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Sister Jayanti Kirpalani, Director, Brahma Kumaris Europe & Middle East

As European Director of BKWSU, Sister Jayanti has been a spiritual leader and teacher for 50 years and has dedicated her life to meditation, spiritual study, self-transformation and service to humanity.

She is a pioneer advocate for the spiritual basis of caring for the earth and has been the Brahma Kumaris' main presenter at the UN COP Climate Change Conferences since 2009.

As BKWSU’s representative to the United Nations in Geneva since 1982, Sister Jayanti has led BKWSU participation in UN initiatives and championed the cooperative role of spiritual organizations in creating a just and peaceful world. She has brought spiritual principles to the discussion tables of politicians, economists, business leaders, scientists and nearly every stakeholder of our times.

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Charlie Hogg, National Coordinator of Brahma Kumaris Raja Yoga Centres Inc

Charlie Hogg has practised meditation for the past 45 years. From his own experience he believes meditation is an extraordinary tool to maintain mental, emotional and spiritual health in a world increasingly challenged by anxiety, stress and depression.

Charlie grew up in Melbourne and studied Architecture at Melbourne University but his lifelong interest in spirituality and philosophy meant that he left his architectural studies and traveled through Asia, the Middle East and Europe. During this time he lived in a variety of communities including Buddhist, Christian, and Sikh, Muslim, Hindu, Taoist and more.

In 1975 Charlie had settled in London and came across the Brahma Kumaris Raja Yoga Meditation Centre where he learnt meditation. He also took teacher training and returned to Australia in 1977 to open a Brahma Kumaris Centre in Melbourne.

In 1980 Charlie moved to Sydney where he became the Director of the Brahma Kumaris Raja Yoga Centres in Australia.

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Please note: Meditation generally helps calm the mind and attain peace. However, meditation may not be appropriate for someone with certain mental illnesses, disorders and or conditions. We advise that you to seek the help of your health care professional to decide if this course is suitable for you. The Brahma Kumaris and 3iMOOX are not responsible in law, if this advice is disregarded.