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Three Wiser Women: Practical Spirituality (In-person panel discussion)

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Three women will share how spirituality has affected their lives and what the benefits have been. With panellists Prof. Shital Bharwad, Sally Wilkinson and Heather Kara.

Prof. Shital Bharwad is a lecturer in computing at Cambridge Regional College and has been a student of Raja Yoga meditation for 5 years with Brahma Kumaris. The practice of meditation has given her the opportunity to unlearn all that we have been conditioned with. Through meditation she has realised that everything begins with the self, whether it be love, honesty or determination – whatever it is, it begins with me.

Sally Wilkinson was born in Cambridge, and brought up a family here. She came across Raja Yoga meditation in 1993 and it has transformed the way she looks at the world. She has worked as a physiotherapist and has been involved with Inner Space since it’s opening in 1999.

Heather Kara is an American with a background in software development, Heather moved to Cambridge 25 years ago for work in Silicon Fen. It was here that she came across the Brahma Kumaris and took up a life-long study of Raj Yoga meditation. For more than 20 years, she has been sharing what she’s learned through workshops and classes both here and abroad.

We are organising lectures and seminar programs throughout the year, bringing you spiritual ideas and practical insights for your everyday life. Our guest speakers come from different cultures and professional backgrounds and share experiences and observations that simply help make sense of it all.

This talk is part of the Inner Space, The Meditation Centre series.

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