Making a strong heart and a happy mind

Are you struggling to successfully cope with the stresses of life, feeling anxious, overwhelmed, low on energy and in a bad mood? This is the new global pandemic – you are not alone. Let’s kick off 2023 with an evening exploring solutions with a renowned international motivational speaker, Sister Jayanti, and a panel of experts in the field as they help us navigate through these trying times Wednesday 25e January 2023 at 5:30 pm at Durban Jewish Centre.

Sister Jayanti is the additional administrative head of the Brahma Kumaris

We all wish for a more joyful, peaceful and meaningful future. The question many face is how do we build ourselves up mentally, emotionally and spiritually so that we can rise above our constant challenges and live with greater wisdom and contentment? What are the exercises we need to strengthen our inner being? What is the wisdom we need to change our mindset and develop the prospects of greater hope?

Despina Forbes is a counseling psychologist, yoga and mindfulness practitioner

For the past 50 years, Sister Jayanti has worked tirelessly to promote positive, humane, spiritual values ​​in all sectors of society. Her wise and compassionate insights shed clear and relevant light on today’s complex issues. Based in the UK, she is the Additional Administrative Head of the Brahma Kumaris, the Director of the Brahma Kumaris for Europe and the Middle East, and a respected public speaker on a variety of platforms ranging from environmental issues and women’s upliftment to interfaith dialogues, health and well-being. She has touched and inspired millions of people around the world.

Prof Suvira Ramlall is the
Clinical Head of Specialized Psychiatry

A special highlight of the evening is the launch of the program Compassion in Action. This program supports the healing and recovery journey of individuals affected by stress, anxiety and depression. As an organization, the Brahma Kumaris strive to provide their service for free by encouraging coping strategies for promoting and maintaining emotional health. The program uses meditation, relaxation, mindfulness, and purposeful reflection that are proven to have mental health benefits. This 3-part program is offered monthly at Global Peace House, the meditation center of the Brahma Kumaris in Durban. The program is every 1st Saturday of the month from 9.30am to 2.30pm.

Dr. Sibongile “Bongi” Mashapu does
a specialist psychiatrist

The Brahma Kumaris is an international non-governmental organization (NGO) of the United Nations, accredited with General Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). From a spiritual approach, the organization offers free seminars, courses, workshops and retreats on self-awareness and personal development. The core of Brahma Kumaris teachings and practices is meditation.

Fathima Hussain (Director at SANCA Durban)

www.brahmakumari.org.za

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Making a strong heart and a happy mind

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