The Brahma Kumaris Raja Yoga Meditation Centre offers a place for lifelong learning of spiritual principles and universal values In 1974 the University opened a centre in Bulawayo, and in 1982, in Harare, with the aim of offering their services to the local communities. The Meditation Centre teaches a practical method of meditation that helps the individual understand the inner self, including inner strengths, values and purpose It is through self-knowledge that we can develop a deeper sense of self-esteem, which becomes the anchor for inner stability through periods of uncertainty and change.
Together with the meditation course, the Meditation Centre offers various courses that teach Positive Thinking and personal development. These also include workshops and programs designed to inspire and build self-esteem and inner health. Over the years many lectures have been held for women’s groups, youth groups and various community-based organisations. All courses and talks are provided free of charge so as to make the services of the University available to as many people as possible.
"Not to believe in God, not to smile when you are happy, but constantly worrying was the way of life I thought. With this simple meditation method I have learnt to find inner peace and apply a full stop to worry." Betty