Experiencing God as the Ocean of Knowledge

April 04, 2013

A series of interviews by the Brahma Kumaris on the various ways one can experience a personal relationship with God.

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Umang
# Umang 2017-12-20 19:40
Conscious accumulated inside the soul is wisdom, to awaken the consious we need the source of energy as the sun and nature that gives us experiences of our actions and basis of those we are able to change our paths to mix our soul to the ocean of god.
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Mary (Moderator)
# Mary (Moderator) 2017-04-06 15:01
Meditation begins with a shift in consciousness. This shift needs to be understood accurately and practiced under the direction of an experienced meditator who monitors and guides the progress of the students. You will have greater success if you enroll in a meditation course.
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Anandan
# Anandan 2017-04-05 12:43
I want know about meditation, Iam doing this meditation one month at starting I feel pressure between eye brows, but nothing is happen iam siting like still, even iam not able feel soul connection, Please advice, Is it right?
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Rita Thakkar
# Rita Thakkar 2015-04-20 06:49
Wow! well said about having awareness of the consequences of our actions on past, present and future lives
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…Finally, I mention Dadi Janki, the spiritual leader of the Brahma Kumaris, based on Mount Abu in Rajasthan, who, 20 years ago, when I was in my 50s and she was in her 80s—she is now 103—began showing me, through her love and compassion, that I, like everyone else, had spirit within me. When we act from that connection, it is good for each of us and for all of us. The vision that Dadi shares has inspired values-based educational programmes around the world in schools, with young leaders, and in the Brahma Kumaris institution."

Lord Stone speaking about Dadi Janki in the UK Parliament (House of Lords), responding to the report by the Commission on Religious Education Religion and Worldviews: the way forward, published in September.

Hansard, Monday 17th December, 6.55 pm