Global Co-operation House , 65-69 Pound Lane, Willesden Green, London NW10 2HH
 
This January is proving to be a time in which we are all being asked to find more strength. As we continue to navigate through turbulent times, what can we do to stay focused, centred and light-hearted.
 
Join us for a reflective & experiential evening.
 
Brahma Baba, the founder of the Brahma Kumaris exemplified what it means to live with strength throughout his life. During the 1940’s he and the founding spiritual community lived through many years of ‘lockdown’ in Karachi during the partition of Pakistan from India. Through it all, he had unswerving faith and trust in each day and continued to follow his purpose and that of the budding spiritual university. 
How did he stay so 'on task'?  How did he use his connection with The Divine to help and support the community he was leading. 
 
Sister Jayanti, European Director of the Brahma Kumaris, and Raja Yoga Meditation practitioner for over 50 years, met Brahma Baba many times. This evening, she will share insights into the way Brahma Baba handled himself and the situations he found himself in and how they are valuable tools for us today.
 
Watch the live webcast at globalcooperationhouse.org/webcast.

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