Raja Yoga Meditation, as taught by The Brahma Kumaris, is a knowledge-based, open-eyed meditation which begins with the understanding of the self as a soul, a point of light located in the centre of the forehead which has innate qualities of peace, happiness, power and love. As a silent form of meditation, the practice of Raja Yoga is easy to incorporate into actions throughout the day. Whilst the hands are busy, the mind can be focused on a point of stillness within, making it possible to rise above daily challenges, and maintain inner calm, equilibrium and joy.

The Meditation Process

“Human beings are so much more than we realise. We spend most of our time in thoughts about our basic survival needs and instincts. Yet, we are eternal beings of light consciousness. In meditation, we give ourselves the chance to connect with that amazing self, and to develop a relationship with the Divine. At that moment, all thoughts of the mundane disappear and we experience the peace, love and truth of our original nature. Our thoughts become slower and deeper. As they slow down, the space between thoughts expands, the experience takes over, and this enriches our mind. Then, as our awareness returns to our worldly concerns, we operate with more clarity and renewed energy”.

Sister Jayanti leads the crowd into a moment of quiet reflection at London's annual Diwali on Trafalgar Square celebrations, attended by over 40,000 people in 2019.Sister Jayanti leads the crowd into a moment of quiet reflection at London's annual Diwali on Trafalgar Square celebrations, attended by over 40,000 people in 2019.
Morning class and meditation with regular students at the Global Retreat Centre, Oxfordshire.Morning class and meditation with regular students at the Global Retreat Centre, Oxfordshire.
  • A Spiritual Vision

  • From Spirituality to Ethics and Morals

  • A Personal Story

  • Impact of Individuals Versus the Law

  • Spiritual Solutions

  • Worries and Anxieties

  • Fear and Anxiety

  • Sorrow in Relationships come from Expectations

  • Solution is Fulfillment

  • Helplessness and Rejection as cause to Anger

  • Personal Journey

  • Anger is not a Solution for Nations

  • What’s Next

  • Meditation with Sister Jayanti – Chapter 1: Introduction to Meditation

  • Meditation with Sister Jayanti – Chapter 2: Who Am I?

  • Meditation with Sister Jayanti – Chapter 3: Where do my thoughts come from?

  • Meditation with Sister Jayanti – Chapter 4: The Source of Love and Truth

  • Meditation with Sister Jayanti – Chapter 5: Connecting with the Divine

  • Meditation with Sister Jayanti – Chapter 6: Steps of Meditation

  • Meditation with Sister Jayanti – Chapter 7: The Benefits of Meditation

  • Breaking Barriers

  • Call of the Moment – Inner Strength and Human Kindness

  • How to forgive when you can’t forget

  • Non-violence: Turn setbacks into Comebacks

  • Public Meditation

    Public Meditation

  • EU Sustainability Week, Residence Palace, Brussels, 2018

    EU Sustainability Week, Residence Palace, Brussels, 2018

  • Trades Hall, Glasgow, 2021

    Trades Hall, Glasgow, 2021

  • Reflection

    Reflection

  • Online Meditation 2022

    Online Meditation 2022

  • World Economic Forum, Davos, 2018

    World Economic Forum, Davos, 2018