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It teaches a form of meditation that focuses on identity as souls, as opposed to bodies. They believe that all souls are intrinsically good and that God is the source of all goodness. Inthe movement claimed to have more thanregular students, with over 8, centres in countries. The original discourses were closely connected to the Bhagavad Gita.
The founder, Dada Lekhraj Khubchand Kripilani who became known in the group as “Om Baba” was a wealthy jeweller who was respected in the community for his piety. He said he believed there was a greater power working through him and that many of those who attended these gatherings were themselves having spiritual experiences.
After about three years of meetings it became clear that Om Mandali was giving very special importance to the role of women, and was not adhering to the caste system. The group had named a year-old woman, Radhe Pokardas Rajwani then known as “Om Radhe” as its president, and her management committee was made up of eight other women.
In tradition-bound patriarchal India, these personal life decisions were the exclusive right of men. On 21 June this group picketed Om Mandali’s premises preventing members from entering.
This caused considerable upheaval in the community. Women attending were verbally abused, there was an attempt to burn the premises down and the police made several arrests. Many women and girls were later victims of domestic violence in their homes. This ban was reversed on 21 November after an appeal to the Court of the Judicial Commissioner of Sind.
Approximately members moved. On 31 March the government appointed a tribunal to inquire into the activities of Om Mandali. Possibly because of this the committee then hired someone to kill Om Baba, but the attempt was unsuccessful. From the beginning, the organization’s focus had been on education, not worship, and for this reason it renamed itself as Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University.
Inafter a year period of retreat, a more structured form of teaching began to be offered to the public by way of a seven lesson course. After an unpromising beginning when it almost ran out of funds,  from the mid s the Brahma Kumaris began an international expansion programme. Estimates for its worldwide membership ranges from 35, in toin  toin however, it is reported that many were probably not completely committed to the group’s worldview.
The movement has distinguished itself from its Hindu roots and sees itself as a vehicle for spiritual teaching rather than as a religion. The Brahma Kumaris see humans as being made up of two parts; an external or visible body including extensions such as status and possessions and a subtle energy of the soul whose character structure is revealed through a person’s external activity – but always this is created by the inner soul -whether actions are done with love, peacefully, with happiness or humility is an aspect of one’s soul.
The Brahma Kumaris teach that souls enter bodies to take birth in order to experience life and give expression to their personality. Unlike brahnakumari Eastern traditions, the Brahma Kumaris do not bramakumari that the human soul can transmigrate into other species.
Brahmakumati see God as incorporeal and eternal, and regard him as a point of living light like human souls, but without a physical body, as he does not enter the cycle of birth, death and rebirth. God is seen as the perfect and constant embodiment of all virtues, powers and values and that He is the unconditionally loving Father of all souls, irrespective of their religion, gender, or culture.
The Brahma Kumaris believe God’s purpose to be the spiritual re-awakening of humanity and the removal of all sorrow, evil and negativity.
They do not regard him as the creator of matter, as they consider matter to be eternal. Through meditation, murpi transforming thinking patterns and eventually actions, the Brahma Kumaris believe that people can purify their “karmic account” and lead a better life in the present and next birth.
In contrast to linear theories of human history that hypothesize an ancient point of origin for the universe and a final destruction, the BKs do not posit a start, end or age for the universe, believing such concepts to be an erroneous application of the human life cycle to the universe. BKs believe the universe to brahmakumai an eternal, naturally occurring 5, year cyclecomposed of four ages yugas: The first half of the cycle the Golden and Silver ages is considered to be the age of “soul conscious living”.
The Brahma Kumaris see this as a time of “heaven on earth” or as a version of the Garden of Eden when human beings are fully virtuous, complete, self-realised beings who lived in complete harmony brahmaumari the natural environment.
The primary enlightenment was the innate understanding of the self as a soul. The present time [ when? The Brahma Kumaris believe that modern civilization is unsustainable and that economic and environmental pressures will ultimately boil over into civil and global conflict, coupled with natural calamities. They believe that there will always be a human population on Earth and that cataclysmic events form part of a natural and cathartic cyclic process.
When the organisation began, emphasis was placed on the physical destruction of the world as seen in the cataclysmic visions of Dada Lekhraj. The Brahma Kumaris teaches a form of meditation  through which students are encouraged to purify their minds. This may be done by sitting tranquilly, then making affirmations regarding the eternal nature of the soul, the original purity of one’s nature, and the nature of God. Flowing on from the BK belief that everyone is a spiritual being, is the practice of Shubhawna pure feelings and Shubkamna good wishes.
However, brahmakumri there is the practice of finding the mur,i goodness in each one, the prejudice based on those labels is replaced by the vision of one Spiritual Parent, one Human family, and universal spiritual values such as respect, love, peace and happiness.
It is for this reason that BKs consider bringing about this kind of change within the self as an important form of “world service”. Brahma Kumaris’ students study the murli. The Hindi word murli literally translates to “flute”. It is an oral study, read to the class early each morning in most BK centres on the world.
The murlis are derived from mediumship and spirit possession. There are two types of murli: Avyakt murlis are still being spoken at the BKs headquarters in India. Students must complete the Brahma Kumaris foundation course and start by attending morning Murli class before visiting the headquarters.
Brahma Kumaris recommend a specific lifestyle   in order achieve greater control over physical senses. However, many participate in a casual way, electing to adopt whichever beliefs and lifestyle disciplines in the following list they wish: Traditionally, the Brahma Kumaris conducted an introduction to meditation consisting of seven one-hour-long sessions. The sessions include their open-eyed meditation technique and philosophy.
The organisation also offers courses in ” positive thinking “, “self management leadership” and “living values”.
The Brahma Kumaris brahmxkumari launched several environment initiatives. Their work in solar energy and sustainable energy has included the development of the world’s largest solar cooker and a solar thermal power plant in Talheti at the base of Mount Abu, where the international headquarters is located.
The acre site is projected to produce kwh of electricity daily. The Brahma Kumaris expansion in size has led to a greater participation in more mainstream community services.
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The program has now been publicly backed by the Indian Government. ABKSA now comprises three main elements:. One basic premise of the Brahma Kumaris environmental initiative is that thoughts and consciousness can affect the natural environment. Inexperiments were being conducted in partnership with leading agricultural universities in India  to establish if the practice of Brahma Kumaris meditation in conjunction with implementing more traditional organic farming methods could be shown to have a measurable and positive affect on crop development.
One study was conducted by G. The review reports that the Brahma Kumaris meditation techniques used enhanced seed growth, seed germination rates and increased the level of microbes present in the soil. Adherents have been criticised by nonmembers for hiding or downplaying their prophesied physical destruction of the world  particularly as they still believe that such an event will happen “soon”.
However, they maintain that their primary purpose is to teach meditation and peace of mind, not to push their views about the different challenges the world is facing on nonmembers who may be visiting the group to learn about meditation or values based living.
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In the Journal for the Scientific Study of ReligionHowell reported that the Brahma Kumaris protected itself from the practice of families “dumping” their daughters with the organisation by requiring a payment from the families of those wishing to dedicate their daughters to the work and services of the organisation.
The payment is intended to cover the living expenses incurred during the trial period. John Wallis wrote a book examining the status of tradition in the contemporary world, which used the religion as a case study,  focusing on recruitment methods, the issue of celibacy, reinterpretation of religious history.
He reported the rewriting of the revelatory messages Murlis by the Brahma Kumari. When the organisation started, empowering women to assert their right to remain celibate, particularly in marriage, was a prime factor in the controversy that arose in s Sind, as it directly challenged the dominance of men over women in patriarchal Indian subcontinent.
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Dunedin Academic Press Ltd. Oxford University Press, Worldwide, this path has centres and approximatelymembers. Encyclopedia of new religious movements. Retrieved 26 March The community service programmes of the s and s stimulated creative renderings of BK meditation as a tool for psychological healing and eclectic spiritual exploration. The casual mueli whom the BKs have attracted in this way probably made up the vast majority of thepeople on the University’s records at the turn of the 20th to 21st century”.
Dadiji ke shareer mein Baba aye Time is cyclical with each 5,year cycle consisting of a perfect Golden Age, a slightly degraded Silver age, brahmakumaru decadent Copper Age, and an Iron Age which is characterised by violence, greed, and lust. Each of these lasts for exactly 1, years.