Many of us today are dealing with fear, anxiety and stress due to the global pandemic and the devastating impact it is having on our lives. However, we greatly underestimate the power of our own mind. How can we use our thoughts to take us beyond these times? When we use the term ‘mind over matter’ what do we really mean? When we apply the power of our mind, that is our thoughts, we are able to take charge of our lives and the way we choose to respond to situations and circumstances out of our control.
Sister Dr. Jenna is an acclaimed, trusted spiritual mentor committed to bridging divides in societies and building relationships between global influencers. She has impacted lives around the globe, inspiring change and finding solutions to current day crises as the founder and curator of two Brahma Kumaris Meditation Museums, located in the metropolitan Washington D.C. area. Sister Jenna is also the host of the popular America Meditating Radio Show and recipient of the President’s Lifetime National Community Service Award.
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“As the world continues to turn during the uncertain times, the childcare crisis is front and center in our country. It is our responsibility to set the next generation up for success, but it starts with the adults; it starts in the sandbox. After 15 years as a nanny, my experience helped me create the three pillars of action we need to take to be on the right side of history as it relates to the worlds most vulnerable and important population.”
Florence Ann Romano, The Windy City Nanny™, is an author, philanthropist and child-care expert who has always had a special place in her heart for children. Romano worked for over 15 years as a nanny, beginning as a ‘Mommy’s helper’ at the age of 11. She believes the key to success for a family is by focusing on what she has coined as THE TRIFECTA – parent, child, and caretaker working in unison toward common, family goals.
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Watch inspirational speaker Panache Desai discuss the opportunity of allowing ourselves to be disturbed during these interesting times.
Spiritual people have a huge responsibility in taking action. We must move from an egoist society to an altruist society, and from our usual discussion to a concrete spirituality.