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Temporary Centre Closure

Coming Together Even Though We are Apart –  On-line activities for the present time:

Following the latest government advice about Coronavirus, Brahma Kumaris centres and Inner Spaces will be closed to the public for three weeks initially.
Although the time requires us to be physically distant for a while, we will continue to stay connected and offer some services online through various channels, as far as possible. We will also be experimenting with new ways to be together and offer support virtually.

In the current atmosphere of anxiety and concern, it is very important for each one of us to take care of ourselves and others, not just physically, but also ‘on the inside’. Giving time each day to ‘upload’ positive and spiritually empowering thoughts into our minds is the best way to help us respond to the current situation.

We’ll post updates to our website and social media channels and keep everyone on our mailing list updated.
Here is a short video message from Sister Maureen (UK Director of Programmes)

Brahma Kumaris students around the UK (and around the world) meditate every evening 7-7.30pm. You are welcome to join us virtually for this half hour of positive reflection. You might like to start with one of these online meditations:
www.brahmakumaris.org/meditation/experience-meditation

Happidote app to support wellbeing of health professionals
https://www.jankifoundation.org/lecture/happidote/

Here are some of our existing online resources you might like to explore:

Online resources

Website brahmakumaris.uk
YouTube BrahmaKumarisUK
Facebook BrahmaKumarisUK
Twitter BrahmaKumarisUK
Soundcloud BrahmaKumarisUK
Instagram globalcooperationhouse

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