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.
Dr. Khosla 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 & Palestine
In 2008 was invited to enlighten students of Singapore Management University on the Potential of the Mind
Oxford University, UK invited her to hold lectures & workshops on Enhancing Potential of the Mind, Dispelling Fear & Self-Healing in 2009
In 2010 presented a paper on "Teleportation & Vedic Connection" at World Healers Conference, USA.
- 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 every Thursday
- Sale of CDs, Crystals ,Karma Cards, Books & Stained Glass
To know more about Prerna School of Inspiration click
PUJNEEYA GURUDEV SHRI YUKTESHWAR GIRIJI MAHARAJ
Self Motivation and Trust
Received Through Bhakta Aarti Khosla
Two questions should be put to the self by every Seeker.
- What can motivate me further?
- What am I waiting for to change my stithi (present state of mind) /my actions?
Till we do not disconnect from the old how can you fully connect to the new? Just like a student "disconnects" (discontinues) from carrying his previous standard books to school to connect to the new set of books and learning! He embraces the new learning into his being. How have we been able to understand this?
In the previous Satsangs, we had also spoken about Arjun. He had his friend and cousin called Krishna, whom he trusted, as also the advice that He gave Him. Remember, Arjun did not know who Krishna was!
If you go to someone whom you trust when you have a major problem and are offered either his work force of 50,000 people or just him, what would you opt for? You would probably ask your friend to sit at home and opt for his work force!
Look at the level of trust that Arjun had in Krishna -
- • Even when his son, Abhimanyu, was killed in the battlefield he did not blame Krishna!
- • He did not blame Him even after all the Pandava children were killed! There was no blame game there. It was "I start with trust and remain in trust!"
However, we start with trust and then waver and don't know where the trust has gone! By the end of it, neither do we trust ourselves nor do we trust the Divine!
So, that trust was also an illusion. We have started to allow maya (the illusion) to interfere. Maya does not interfere. We allow it to, thus making our level of trust also mithya (an illusion). Usually trust is broken not because of an act, but because of ignorance.
Arjun could have easily turned around and accused Krishna of his son's death saying "You made me fight the war. Had I not fought the war at least my son would have been alive. The entire family would have been together. So what if we did not have the kingdom!" But, Arjun realized that they were there for a soul purpose.
Abhimanyu had come with the soul purpose of participating in the Mahabharat Yudh (war). When he was he was in the womb, he could hear the entire conversation between his parents, which enabled him to enter the chakravyu.
The Mahabharat Yudh inspired Arjun to ask questions. This challenge provoked the Seeker in Arjun to become the Knower.
|| SHANTI SHANTI SHANTI ||