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3 Enlightened Masters
12 Wellness techniques
Serving the World
“Tie your lifeline to the boat of truth. Let your actions be governed by that which nourishes the heart. Even if a mountain falls on you, don’t let go of your happiness – it is your greatest treasure and gift to others. There is no greater nourishment than happiness.” — Dadi Hirdaya Mohini (Dadi Gulzar)
Dadi Hirdaya Mohini, or Dadi Gulzar as she is known as, is one of the original Brahma Kumari sisters. When she was only 16, Brahma Baba asked her to leave the headquarters and open a meditation centre in Lucknow. A combination of innocence, courage and humour characterise her story of travelling through India as a young girl, protected only by the conviction that God was guiding her life. That conviction has formed a personality of complete clarity and openness – she does not have the masks and defence mechanisms that most of us carry.
Gulzar is unique for her role as a trance medium. She has, since the death and believed enlightenmentof Brahma Baba in 1969, been the sole medium or channeller for the entrance of the spirit known as Shiva Baba in order to speak the Avyakt Murlis, meet with BK students and given instructions regarding the administration of the organisation.
Dadi Gulzar has a deep belief in human potential for the creation of a better world. From an early age she had divine visions of a future world where technology, together with social, economic and political structures, are in alignment with highest human values, and where harmony, peace and prosperity prevail. Her belief that this is the future of humanity has taken her to every continent of the world, where she speaks on the practical applications of meditation and spiritual values in everyday life. Dadi Gulzar is the Director of Brahma Kumaris centres in Delhi and Kashmir and co-administrative head of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University. More....[External Link]