Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa-Vidyalaya
Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa-Vidyalaya (PPBKIVV) was a founded in Hyderabad Sindh (now part of Pakistan) in 1936-37. The institution moved to Mount Abu, a hill station in north-west India in 1950. Today, the PPBKIVV has about 7500 branches in 115 countries. About --- seekers of spiritual knowledge all over the world attend a collective daily class irrespective of their cultural or religious background. The institution charges no fees for any of its courses. Its activities are founded by voluntary condtributions.
The PPBKIVV is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) affiliated to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and UNICEF. The institution has received a Peace Medal and six Peace Messenger Awards from the United Nations for its work in promoting peace or world transformation through personal change recognizing the maxim, ‘when we change, the world changes’. The institution focuses on understanding the self, our inner resources and strengths and on developing highest level of personal integrity.
For more details visit: www.brahmakumaris.com
About Global Hospital
J. Watumull Global Hospital Research Center
Western Rajasthan is one of the least privileged areas of India. Much of it is desert, water is in short supply and the illiteracy rate is very high. The majority of the population is deprived of basic health measures. This situation began to change in 1990 in the District of Sirohi (where Mt. Abu is situated) with the establishment of the J. Watumull Memorial Global Hospital and Research Centre initiated by the Brahma Kumaris
“A novel approach in holistic healing” is what many visitors comment about J Watumull Global Hospital & Research Centre. Our founder trustees include an industrialist, a surgeon and a spiritual leader. In 1989, eminent head and neck cancer surgeon from
Mumbai, Dr Ashok Mehta visited the Brahma Kumaris in Mount Abu and believed they were an ideal, like-minded group of people he could partner, to implement his vision of a model Hospital focusing on Holistic Health Care.
The project was adopted by our founder mentors, Mr Khuba Watumull and Mr Gulab Watumull of Mumbai and Hawaii (U.S.A.) respectively, and named J Watumull Global Hospital & Research Centre, in memory of their late father. BK Nirwair, officer-in-charge of the Brahma Kumaris International Headquarters at Mount Abu was appointed Managing Trustee of the hospitals’ governing board, the Global Hospital & Research Centre trust.
Our founder Trustees envisaged that a multi-disciplinary secondary care hospital at Mount Abu would help bridge the existing deficiency in available health services in district Sirohi, Rajasthan. At the time, four hospitals with combined bed strength of 457 served the district's roughly 7,00,000 strong population. Besides offering medical services through out-patient clinics and ward admissions, the hospital was expected to focus on Outreach health care, Medical research, Vocational education in paramedical streams and the promotion of health awareness.
For detail information, please visit GHRC-ABU
BSES MG Hospital - Andheri, Mumbai.
BSES MG Hospital is the first hospital of its kind, where Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) - a civic body, Bombay Suburban Electric Corporation (BSES) - a corporate body and Brahma Kumaris Global Hospital and Research Centre (GHRC) - and Non Governmental Organization have joined hands to implement a humanitarian healthcare project of 100 beds hospital.
It has an added spiritual dimension to a modern hospital. GHRC is known for its abiding passion for high quality of medical services and loving patient care. Hospital meets the expectations of patients, such as efficiency, promptness, providing quality management, yet being economical.
To know more, please visit BSES MG HOSPITAL-Andheri,Mumbai.
Om Shanti Music online
Om Shanti Music online provides a bouquet of musical tools and techniques for personal upliftment. All content of this e-list have been created by both our professional and dedicated artists and lecturers who have taken and continue to take benefit from the deep and profound experiences gained through the meditation and self development courses. The insights and personal experiences contained herein are of the knowledge, commentaries, sounds and experiences gained through an ancient meditation practice known as Raja Yoga Meditation.
Values in health care a spiritual approach
A Spiritual model in modern healthcare… encourages the development of human understanding in response to suffering. It is not a substitute for medical science or clinical skill and resources, but it can enable a more integrated approach to healthcare.
‘Values in Healthcare…’ is a development programme which will help healthcare professionals and teams to support themselves and their patients. Through experiential exercises and opportunities for reflection, participants can identify their own core values and discover ways to enhance their work.
The learning outcomes enable professionals in all settings to cope better with their stress, work and feel a sense of purpose. This prevents problems of burnout, sickness-absence and helps in staff retention Values in Healthcare comprises of seven one-day modules, each of which will help groups of healthcare professionals to explore values in depth, as they relate to their personal lives and professional practice.
Module 1: Values – gain strength through motivation
Module 2: Peace – benefit from being calm
Module 3: Positivity – harness the power of thoughts
Module 4: Compassion – release healing energy
Module 5: Co-operation – appreciate the wisdom of teams
Module 6: Valuing yourself – sustaining the Career
Module 7: Spirituality in healthcare – spiritual care in practice
What can I do?
If you would like more information about Values in Healthcare and want to be kept informed about our trainings and programmes, kindly write to us or call us; we would love to hear from you
For further information
Ms. Pooja Sharma
Values in Healthcare - INDIA
BSES Municipal General Hospital
Mumbai – 400058
Tel.: (022) 66487560
Fax: (022) 26714000