Manifestation of our thoughts creates our reality, we create and what we radiate, Brahma Kumari Sister Shivani


April 18, 2020

New Delhi

Manifestation of our thoughts creates our reality, we create and what we radiate, Brahma Kumari Sister Shivani

Due to Corona Virus pandemic, we all are surrounded by negative vibration around us which is creating fear and anxiety within us, we need to understand that it’s a global challenge and the response has to be collective by keeping our environment positive, said the eminent spiritual leader, Brahma Kumari Shivani in an video interactive session on “Reinventing self in current times” organized by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry on 17th April, 2020. The session witnessed a participation of more than 150 viewers from around the world.

The session commenced with a Bhajan Song sung by Dr. Damini, Member – Brahma Kumaris. The bhajan song illuminated positive vibrations in the environment in the current times of anxiety and uncertainty.

Dr. D K Aggarwal, President, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, expressed his gratitude and thanked Sister Shivani for her presence during these times of Covid -19.

In terms of humanity, this is the worst pandemic in the past 100 years. There is a significant loss of lives of mankind, finances, and economy. We are uncertain about the extent of further loss this will cause, its sustainability and fast track recovery with which we need to bounce back, sad Dr Aggarwal.

So, we are here we stand with our minds and hearts open for it to be guided and enlightened by your kind self to help us all over come these crucial times and come out positive and victorious. We are hopeful that we will be able to find our path and the energy thorough your guidance, Dr. D K Aggarwal.

Sister Shivani said that while the air is getting pure but the emotional vibration around us is getting negative and full of stress. We shouldn’t take this stress as normal as this will impact us in the long term. This is a global challenge that we are facing and we need to handle it collectively. We need to separate our minds from this situation and need to change our vocabulary to make our environment positive. We should pray and use positive words to our family, organization member and people around us.

The time between 4-5 am is the best time to energize our mind and creativity. We should give one hour in the morning for our self and consume positive content. Before sleeping, for 15 mins we should internalize positive ideas and thoughts and not see any work-related email and messages as it compels our mind to stay overactive and reduce the possibility of proper rest. We should avoid watching television and mobile while having food and have a minimum intake of media daily, said Sister Shivani.

Understanding that we all are at home, Sister Shanti advised us to eat fresh and healthy homemade cooked and sattvik food and reduce the intake of non-veg food.

Raising concerns over that fact that while India ranks one on the mental health index, over the past one month there is a rise of 20% mental health issues, more than 3 lakh cases of child abuse and an increase in the cases of domestic violence during the lockdown period has been recorded. Suggesting that these issues add to the negative vibrations and it is our responsibility to be positive in ourselves and take care of our mental health, said Sister Shivani.

Employers should keep paying salaries without any deduction and constantly motivate their staff and employees because in bad times one should not make life hard for people. employers should not forget that employees will ultimately pray for the success of the organization, said Sister Shivani.

We need to constantly use of affirmation during this crucial time by self chanting that I am power, I am peaceful, I am fearless, my body is perfect and healthy and will always be, I am safe and secure, my family is safe and secure, my organization is safe, every member of my organization is safe, my country is safe, my wealth is safe, said Sister Shivani.

Sister Shivai emphasized that every organization should circulate this affirmation so that their employees are in positive vibrations and should think that the coming year will be the best year for the organization.

A 10 minutes’ live meditation session, under the guidance of Sister Shivani was conducted, in which she reiterated the affirmation among all the meditating participants. The session helped participants to get positivity, calmness and attain stronger mental health.

Mr. Sanjay Aggarwal, Senior Vice President, PHD Chamber gave a vote of thanks to Sister Shivani and assured that her enlightening guidance will go a long way in helping us reinventing oneself during these times of crises of Covid -19 spread.

More than 10 participants from PHD Chamber interacted with Sister Shivani in the Webinar and asked their questions related to work and personal life which included our leadership, Dr. D K Aggarwal, President, PHD Chamber, Mr. Sanjay Aggarwal, Senior Vice President, PHD Chamber, and Mr. Pradeep Multani, Vice President, PHD Chamber, Mr. Gopal Jiwarajka, Former President, PHD Chamber, Ms. Aruna Oswal, Chairperson, Women Empowerment Committee, PHD Chamber, Mr. Saurabh Sanyal, Secretary-General, PHD Chamber and other senior PHD members and industry stalwarts, among others.

The session was moderated by Mr. Ranjeet Mehta, Principal Director, PHD Chamber.


Media Division

PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry