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As mental health centre working at all levels of the society to bring about positive changes in the lives of people by offering educational programs in moral and spiritual values aimed at creating a greater awareness of the worth and dignity of a human being. The centre aims at developing a holistic personality of individuals by empowering them to inculcate higher order values of life and providing the training in Brahma Kumaris Rajyoga Meditation. 

The aims of the Psycho Spiritual approach

  • To help people maintain a good life-work balance through the effective technique of meditation.

  • To help people rediscover their true inner potentials and strengths and to maximize them for enhanced productivity.

  • To help people develop a positive attitude enriching life experience in personal and professional domain.

  • To help people lead a stress free life by increasing their ability to cope with challenging work situations. 


The Brahma Kumaris seeks to help individuals re-discover and strengthen their inherent worth by encouraging and facilitating a process of spiritual awakening. This leads to an awareness of the importance of thoughts and feelings as the seeds of actions. The development of virtues and values-based attitudes creates a practical spirituality which enhances personal effectiveness in the workplace and in family life.

An understanding of the spiritual context of human existence is offered, helping to make sense of contemporary issues. Based on the principle that the roots of change lie within, the university encourages individuals to live by their highest values, vision and purpose. It holds that this commitment to self-transformation will create peace and a better world for all.

facts From WHO Organization

Around 20% of the world's children and adolescents have mental disorders or problems

Mental and substance use disorders are the leading cause of disability worldwide

About 800 000 people commit suicide every year

War and disasters have a large impact on mental health and psychosocial well-being

Mental disorders are important risk factors for other diseases, as well as unintentional and intentional injury

Stigma and discrimination against patients and families prevent people from seeking mental health care

Human rights violations of people with mental and psychosocial disability are routinely reported in most countries

Globally, there is huge inequity in the distribution of skilled human resources for mental health

There are 5 key barriers to increasing mental health services availability

Financial resources to increase services are relatively modest

Via #WHO #Organization 

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