Global Co-operation House, 65-69 Pound Lane, Willesden Green, London NW10 2HH
 
Living in consciousness of the Divine and aware of the cycle of the world, you come to terms with the inevitability of night and day on so many levels. There is a saying in India that wherever there is God, the force of darkness is near. Staying connected, in your power, fearless and in peace, you have no enemies and you see the spirit within each living being. Standing on the cusp, the dawn between night and day you are welcomed by a sky of red, pink and blue as the old day fades and the promise of a new dawn arises after the dark night of the soul.
Watching the night sky, your eye is drawn to the twinkling stars, deeper meaning sparkles in your intellect contrasted in a sea of blackness and your heart dances.  
 
Speaker: Denise Lawrence
Denise has a deep understanding of spiritual knowledge and practice drawn from over 40 years of studying and teaching Raja Yoga meditation and she travels widely sharing this knowledge and experience. Denise co-ordinates the Overseas Communications Centre at Godlywood Studio, Brahma Kumaris Headquarters, Mount Abu, India. She directs several Television series including, “Virues, Values, Ethics and Morality”, “The Gita Decoded” and “Empowering Women of the Future” bringing the work and ideas of the Brahma Kumaris to a global audience.
 
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