Mount Abu ( Rajasthan ): The Art and Culture Wing of the Rajayoga Education and Research Foundation in collaboration with the Brahma Kumaris held an E- Conference on the topic the “Role of Artists in Present Challenges.”
Dadi Ratanmohini, Additional Administrative Head of Brahma Kumaris, while inaugurating this E-Conference, said that artists have a huge social responsibility, as many people follow them. They must listen to Godly knowledge and learn Rajayoga Meditation to experience everlasting happiness. This happiness they can share with the world through their work. Artists should strive to make their contribution in bringing in the Golden Age.
Ms. Kavita Jain, Former Cabinet Minister in the Government of Haryana, congratulated the Brahma Kumaris for holding such positive initiatives at the difficult time of the coronavirus pandemic.
BK Dayal, Coordinator of the Art and Culture Wing, apprised the audience about the aim of this E- Conference and the activities of this Art and Culture Wing. The Brahma Kumaris through this wing takes higher spiritual values to artists of all kinds. These help them to cope with all kinds of situations in life. Rajayoga Meditation technique forms the basis of this spiritual knowledge, and is being transmitted to artists through this initiative.
BK Kusum, Vice Chairperson of the Art and Culture Wing and Recipient of the Balraj Sahni Academy National Award, in her address said that negative emotions like stress and anxiety are taking a toll on the artists today. They should strive to connect with the Supreme Soul, who is the Master Artist. The positivity gained out of this experience will never allow any negativity to be depicted in the work of any such artist.
BK Yogini, National Coordinator of the Business and Industry Wing, said that Spiritual Power is a necessity in today’s time. She shared experiences of many celebrities who have learned Rajayoga Meditation and offered their services for the Organization.
BK Geeta, Headquarters Coordinator of the Business and Industry Wing, beautifully explained the process of Rajayoga Meditation and held a meditation session with commentary for the audience.
Many artists from the Mumbai film world shared their experiences with Brahma Kumaris. Divine music filled the intervening spaces in this E-Conference.
You can watch the E-Conference online on the following link: