The Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual Organization created Peace Village in 1999 to be a place where people of all backgrounds can come and explore their spirituality.
The Brahma Kumaris is committed to the practice of self-transformation through meditation and positive thinking. They began in 1936 and are now comprised of individuals of all ages and backgrounds who regularly attend classes at more than 8,500 meditation centers located in 110 countries.
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Kala Iyengar, MD, (left) is a board certified pediatrician, a spiritual teacher for 30 years, and the Director of Peace Village. Her focus is health of mind, spirit, and body.
Mohini Panjabi (center) is the founder of Peace Village and President of the Brahma Kumaris, USA. A spiritual educator for almost 60 years, she is the Brahma Kumaris representative at the United Nations and is an international lecturer and speaker.
Dorothy Steinfeld (right) is Program Director of Peace Village. From the field of education, Dorothy became a successful business entrepreneur.
Brahma Kumaris Raja Yoga is at the core of what we teach. It is an ancient spiritual discipline that can be used for relaxing, refreshing, and clearing the mind and heart, leading to a deeper experience of peace and positivity. It provides us with the spiritual knowledge and practice needed to strengthen ourselves from the inside out. Meditation enables us to embark on an inward journey. This is a journey to the truth of who we really are, beyond our physical identities. We discover the place, just beyond everyday consciousness, where spiritual empowerment begins. Spiritual power makes it possible to choose creative thinking rather than automatic thinking; responding rather than reacting; peace, love, and harmony rather than stress, conflict, and chaos.An individual’s spiritual journey consists of three simple steps of the mind: