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Entrepreneurs' Organisation Gurgaon organises interactive session with Brahma Kumari Shivani

ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

Our contemporary lifestyle has made our lives miserable and made it full of stress, leading to an unhealthy mind and soul. Be it working till late night or worrying too much about work, there is a wonderful solution to all that is spirituality.

To redefine the meaning of life, Entrepreneurs' Organisation Gurgaon organised an interactive session with Sister Shivani of Brahma Kumaris for their members and family at The Leela Ambience Island, Gurgaon.

Sister Shivani is a well known spiritual guide, mentor and goodwill ambassador of the World Psychiatric Association. She is also known for her popular TV series 'Awakening with Brahma Kumaris' and 'Happiness Unlimited'. She has been honored with the 'Women of the Decade' Achivers Award by ASSOCHAM's ladies League. The insights of spirituality shared by her is known and loved by people around the world.

"I feel extremely blessed and lucky to have been a part of the event with Sister Shivani ji of Brahma Kumaris. It was an absolutely enriching and divine experience. There is so much to learn from her, I am taking back so many life lessons that I will implement in my daily life. Sister Shivani ji answered life's many questions in the simplest form," said EO Gurgaon, President Elect and Director of Liberty Group, Ayush Bansal.

"Really enlightening session by Shivani ji from Brahm Kumari. Her method of disassociating yourself from outside world and not letting negativity, jealousy, anger affect us and discharge our battery was the key takeaway for me. Was a pleasure to hear her and I thank EO Gurgaon for organising such a wonderful talk," added Mayank Khemka, EO Gurgaon member.

Sharing the experience, Karan Sawhney, EO Gurgaon member said, "Listening to Sister Shivani talk was a very enthralling experience. The aura around her and her voice is captivating. There is an immediate sense of calmness from the moment she started to speak. I personally loved the way she broke her content into something so basic yet groundbreaking. I hope to practice what I have learnt from Sister Shivani to make my world and my life better."

For EO Gurgaon, Sister Shivani said, "Happiness is not in what we achieve and acquire, it is in how we think, feel and behave while we acquire. Let's make our organizations a 'No Anger Zone'. It's our responsibility to send our people happier than what they came in the morning. Let's create happy workplaces so that people can go home and create happy families and together we create a happy and healthy world.

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First Published: Thu, January 25 2018. 16:00 IST