In order to integrate life-changing experiences beneficially, we need a framework to relate to. By exploring the most fundamental question of all: “Who am I?” we become masters of ourselves so that we can take more control of our lives. This ends the game of blame. A deepened spiritual awareness frees us from the cage of illusions. We are empowered to take responsibility for shaping our own lives. The present becomes a real gift.
A spiritual lifestyle
The four pillars of the BK philosophy
The study of spiritual knowledge
Universal truths regarding the nature of the soul, God and the impact of a close relationship between the two form the background of our spiritual pursuits. This understanding helps us to master the constant flow of the experiences we call life.
The practice of Raja Yoga meditation
Conscious internalisation of virtues
Serving others spiritually
Freedom through understanding
Get new perspectives through the ancient wisdom
We live in a time of global and complex challenges that cannot be met with academic theories and knowledge alone. Different forms of knowledge, such as experience knowledge or ancient spiritual wisdom can help to better deal with challenges. The BK philosophy of Raja Yoga offers perspectives on complex crises and fundamental questions of meaning.
“Let there be light. And more light…” At this time of dark attitudes, when gloom and mental distress plague many lives, you may be ready for something fresh in your life that adds bounce to your step. Something that is free.
The debate about God has lingered for centuries. Some people debunk all notion of a God. Some remain devout till death.
THE TREE OF TIME
We present our family tree in a completely new way. It includes all the souls of the world.
WHEEL OF LIFE
Travellers to different countries are familiar with the ‘samsara’ – the wheel of life – depicted in textiles, pottery art, and folklore. The idea appears frequently in religious and philosophical texts of both India and ancient Greece in the middle of the first millennium B.C.E.
What comes around goes around… Life is made of action and reaction – nothing less.