Dadi Janki (1916-2020)

Dadi Janki, the head of our organisation, the Brahma Kumaris passed away at the age of 104 at 2am India time on Friday 27th March 2020 in Mount Abu, Rajasthan, India. She had been unwell for the last few months. Since the age of 21, Dadi had been exploring, studying and teaching meditation and spirituality. Continue reading »

Overcoming Fear and Anxiety (a spiritual approach)

Were you born fearful and anxious? If not what happened? Where do they come from? Taking a spiritual approach we are going to dive beneath the surface, to consider what it going on and how we might enable ourselves to return to our original state of being. Fear and anxiety are not our original and Continue reading »

100 Words of Wisdom, part 4

Here is part 4 of the 100 Words of Wisdom from Dadi Janki. Make a difference to the world, but not at the expense of yourself. Be a star and sparkle light into the whole world. Explore the five virtues of love, respect, truth, humility and unity. Base your life on these five. Sit peacefully. Continue reading »

100 Words of Wisdom, part 3

Here is part 3 of the 100 Words of Wisdom from Dadi Janki. Stay in your self respect and give respect. Stop looking around and negatively commenting on what others are doing. Understand: we’re all different and we all have different roles to play. Be like a lotus flower. It takes what is useful and does Continue reading »

100 Words of Wisdom, part 2

Here is part 2 of the 100 Words of Wisdom from Dadi Janki. I don’t have the consciousness that “I am an Indian”. I belong to the world. I am a global citizen. People ask me, “Where do you get all your energy from?” Energy comes from my own spirituality, my connection with God, and Continue reading »

100 Words of Wisdom, part 1

Over the next few blogs we’ll be sharing 100 Words of Wisdom from Dadi Janki.  On the face of it, the words are simple. Yet her wisdom is timeless and practical. If you hold the words in your mind and heart, they are sure to add something different to your life. Apply the 3 ‘P’ Continue reading »

Be Your Own Coach: Part 2

Be your own coach – carrying on from part one, where we explored how to release feelings of dis-ease, today we’re going to look at designing our destiny, the second aspect of self-coaching. Begin with the question: What is the purpose of my life? We’ve all thought about it at some point, right? We live Continue reading »

Unstoppable – Unbreakable

The goal is set, the path seems clear and we are on our way. Then the challenges start coming and it is taking us much longer to reach our goal than we thought it would. We find ourselves beginning to wonder: Am I being too unrealistic? Is ‘this’ good enough? How can we ensure that Continue reading »

Soul Coaching: Be All You Can Be

Do you feel that something is missing from your life? Do you feel like you want something different, only you can’t quite identify what exactly that something is? Can you answer this riddle? Who am I? Where do I belong? What is it that I have to do in life? The answer to this riddle Continue reading »

Are You Guilty of Being Superficial?

Being superficial is looking on the surface, at the outside rather than what’s truly inside. The cars people drive, their style, beauty, fashion… we’re all guilty of it. At the same time, we become so fixated on other people’s lives (and on celebrities) that we view their lives more than our own. Do one thing. Continue reading »

What Do We Need To Grow Spiritually?

Take a tree… Water: Truth When we like an idea and it resonates with us… this is ‘water’ for soul. The best water of all for the soul is truth and it is needed daily! Listen to, read about or write (reflect) about something based on truth every day. You can just to ask yourself: Continue reading »

Inner Power

Why is it that our inner power sometimes goes? When we ask questions start with ‘why’ and ‘what’ etc, they have the uncanny ability to drain our inner power aka our inner energy. The questions which can be answered, see clarification and have them answered. Those questions that cannot be answered, such as, ‘Why did Continue reading »