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Friday, January 9, 2009


Finding inner peace in turbulent times if the key theme of Sister Jayanti’s tour of SA.

Sister Jayanti is the European and Middle East Director of Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU) and Brahma Kumaris NGO Representative to the United Nations, Geneva. She is the Advisor to the Council for a Parliament of World’s Religions in Chicago and presented at the Parliament itself, a member of the Executive Committee of the World Congress of Faiths and member of the Advisory Body of the International Interfaith Centre.

“The world is changing at an increasingly fast speed.... we live in turbulent times,” say the organisers of her national tour of South Africa. “Many of us are feeling the emotional impact, and though we try hard to respond to the challenges, our happiness and success are never guaranteed. To find the power and wisdom to cope with such times, a new way of being is needed. It's time we turned within to tap into our inner peace and power. This will bring greater clarity, strength and hope.”

Finding Inner Peace In Turbulent Times is the key theme that Sister Jayanti will be sharing during her tour which is hosted by the Brahma Kumaris of South Africa, an international organization promoting spiritual understanding, leadership with integrity and elevated actions towards a better world.

Offering spiritual insights and tools to help people cope with the challenges of daily life in a rapidly changing world, she will engage with the South African public in Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Durban and Johannesburg from January 19 to 28.

She will appear in Durban at the ICC on January 21 at 18h30 and in Pietermaritzburg at the Recreational Hall, Grey’s Hospital, Townbush Road on January 22 at 19h00.

For more information on Brahma Kumaris visit