London, UK: A Program entitled ‘The Golden Thread – 50 years of Avyakt (Subtle) Sustenance’ was organized at the Brahma Kumaris Global Co-operation House in London on the occasion of the 50th Remembrance Day of Brahma Baba, The Founder of the Brahma Kumaris.
Yoga started at 3 am in the Meditation room which transformed into the light of the subtle regions, and then 4 am Amrit Vela (Hour of Nectar) meditation was conducted in the Auditorium, by BK Balwant, BK Jayanti and BK Maureen.
Dadi Janki’s video message followed and she shared her enthusiasm and thanks for 50 years of avyakt sustenance. We are being moved forward with the attainments from the Father. We have received such a wonderful study and there is so much benefit through this and the sustenance of sweet Baba. The vibrations are making everyone move ahead. When the heart is honest, the Lord is pleased and we are happy and prosper. Nothing is remembered, not even yesterday, just what we need to do right now. Keep emerging the power that comes from silence, as power that inspires is born through silence. Baba made me belong to Him. Baba has inspired me to be free from unnecessary things. Baba’s words are wonderful and the heart is the box to keep these words safe. The comforter of Hearts is in our Heart….
Then a photographic tour of the four pilgrimage places in Madhuban (Pandav Bhawan) was shared – showing the beautiful adornments of flowers, and the huge gathering at the Tower of Peace in Mount Abu. BK Jayanti, BK Jaymini and BK Charu all shared their thoughts for the day.
The Golden Thread is actually over 80 years …. sakar (corporeal) and avyakt (subtle) …. as it is the same Baba – the thread of Baba’s sustenance has continued through each decade … The Father has sown the one seed of Brahma and the Brahmin clan has emerged from that …
BK Jayanti invited everyone gathered to take a few minutes to reflect and note in the heart and with the pen what promise each would like to make. She reminded everyone that if we are passionate about transformation, then we will make it happen in some way or another. We are close and, hopefully, today gives the inspiration for us to do what we need to do.
Thanks was expressed to all those who helped make the day so special and BK Jayanti acknowledged the many days of preparation, silence and power that had been building at Global Co-operation House since January began. Evening meditation in the ‘pilgrimage places’ completed a day of deep wonder and silent happiness for which over 550 were present.