THE POINT NEWSLETTER
Uncovering Blind Spots & Eco Shanti Retreat
Change happens when I allow others to give honest feedback and don’t get defensive. “Close friends or a spiritual family make a wonderful mirror,” adds Hogg. “And when, at last, I find the courage to see my blind spots, my weaknesses, I start to see more of my beauty as well.
Read all about the interview with BK Charlie Hogg on Uncovering Blind Spots and find out how you can see your inner qualities while dealing with hidden weaknesses. Also find out more about our recent Eco Shanti Retreat highlights - a great read on sustainable living
The Wars Around Us Start Within: Karma-Drama
We are going through big changes. Some things happen to make us stronger and experienced. Everyone is facing many difficult things, whether in family environments or in cities, countries, or the hemisphere. We cannot stop climate change—sea levels rising, temperature variables. We cannot stop financial instability, problems in agriculture, terrorism...We need to embrace the un-embraceable if only because it’s there. Spiritual wisdom helps us handle it, interpret it, and live with it.- BK Denise Lawrence
Togetherness makes every day memorable.
Coming together enables us to have great experiences. From sweet and loving soul experiences of Uncle Nirwair Signh, secretary general of the Brahma Kumaris, to insights on survival food by UP Agronomy Professor Pamela Fernandez, there is much to enjoy in this issue of The Point.