Bhakta Aarti Khosla is the
founder of Prerna School of Inspiration in New Delhi and
Temple of Inspiration, where
regular lectures and workshops are held, connecting the
intellect and spirituality with the purpose of "empowering
and awakening the consciousness". Thus instilling Karmic
healing energies in the mind of the Therapists.
She has conducted several workshops, in
India and worldwide on "Mind Therapies",
addressing specifically the linkage between the mind and the
spirit. Also initiating a series of 'Inspiring
Mankind' workshops, focused on awakening the
potential of the mind and dispelling fear.
Bhakta Aarti Ji has gained recognition
of her work as under:-
Sharing & spreading knowledge of self
empowerment & self healing since 15 years.
Practicing Mind Therapist & Teacher
since 10 years.
Organizing Committee of the Second
World Congress Regression therapy (WCRT) held in
India in 2006
Organizing Committee of the Third
WCRT in Brazil 2008 presenting a
paper on "Karma Clearing & Past Life & the Regression.
Guest Speaker at the Global
Peace Initiative of Women (a UN initiative) in 2008
& Chaired the peace dialogue between Israel &
In 2008 was invited to enlighten
students of Singapore Management University
on the Potential of the Mind
Presented lectures and held workshops on "Enhancing Potential of the Mind and Dispelling Fear" & "Self-Healing" in 2009 at Oxford University, UK
In 2010 presented a paper on
"Teleportation & Vedic Connection" at World Healers
- Healing Workshops
- Literacy Programme
- Self Empowerment Programmes
- Mind Rolling
- Prerna Bazaars
- Weekly Meditations
- Spiritual Retreat
- Medical Camps
- Free Awareness Talks
- Healing Camps
- Personal Healing Sessions with Bhakta Aarti Khosla on
- Sale of CDs, Crystals ,Karma Cards, Books & Stained
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PUJNEEYA GURUDEV SHRI YUKTESHWAR GIRIJI MAHARAJ
OUR STUMBLING BLOCK
Received Through Bhakta Aarti Khosla Ji
Let me put this question to you first -
Maa: "Ego. What do you understand it as ?"
Various answers from seekers:
- False pride
- False attitude
- Thinking you are always right
- Part of the self
- Self pride
- Thinking of yourself only
- Not willing to accept anything new
- Feeling of rejection
- Human fallacy
- Was a necessity but an obstacle now
- False world created by your illusion
- 'Me' before 'Thee'
- Hurt, not physically
- Road block to surrender
- Blockages in the mind
- Attachment to a wrong image
- About, me, me and me
- Not self
- Biggest road block in one's life
- Used in a constructive way it can help
- False world created by our mind
- A part of myself which is keeping me away from my spiritual self
- A part of me which others can hurt
Maa: Write down your answer that you have given in your cognitive state. This answer of yours will change as you grow spiritually.
The next question is - "What do you want for your self?"
- Moksha / Self realization / Mukti
- More awakened
- To be connected
- Peace within
- Friendship with Krishna
- Complete transformation
- Silence within
- Emptiness / Nothingness
- Truth / Knowledge
- To understand faith
- Self growth
- Love for the right path
- Complete transformation
Maa: . The second answer is your aspiration but the first is your individual stumbling block. Your hidden ego.
The question is what are you looking for your self in this lifetime, in the NOW. Write both your answers.
Your answers would change after some time.
For example, if the answer is freedom from your habits, I am going to connect this to a process which is universal but you should know how to put it through a sieve of Higher Understanding or Satsang, if you cant do it alone, take the help of a fellow Satsangi and do mind rolling, you will be in for a surprise!
Now, the first question was "What is ego?"
Your answer indicates where your break is.
Each one had a different answer. That means ego is a universal problem. Your answer shows your individual stumbling block.
The second question was "What do you want for yourself in this lifetime?"
Here, we are trying to connect to your soul purpose.
You may say there are about five to ten things but there can never be more than one!
You have many subjects in school but in PhD you have one subject at a time! Specialization is never done in more than one subject. If you have more than one subject, then you haven't reached specialization. You are still trying to learn, know more, read, do anything that will reveal your own strengths and weaknesses to yourself. Just as a mirror is reqd to see your own reflection, Gyan is necessary to know how your inner state is at present.
I want you to link the answer you gave to what ego is at a personal level to Gyan. For instance, a Seeker said "Understand". What does that mean?
My own level of 'understanding' is limited, so it causes a degree of misunderstanding that affects me the most and diminishes my positive strength.
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