|An Angel Story by Anthea Church || |
5:51 minutes. A Story by Anthea Church produced in video format by Orlando Thomas. Incidential Music is "The Death of Melisande" by Sibelius
|Patience - a poem by Christine Bell || |
5:53 minutes. This poem was produced in video format by Orlando Thomas. The background music was created by Andy Blissett and is copyright-owned by Brahma Kumaris Information Services.
|Steps - Journey of the Soul || |
28.58 minutes. Photography, editing and narration by Dennis Hiebert. Music and audio editing by Kostas Christides. Technical Assistance by Vivek Kashyap and Ros Gentle. Music includes: Feather on the Breath of God by Erin Jacobsen; Raga Tilak Shyam - Teentaal by Ravi Shankar; "If" Inspirations - Music to Unwind by Niladra Kumar; "Let There Be Peace on Earth" by Jill Jackson Miller; "A Hundred Thousand Angels" by Bliss; "Kahani - Life is a Journey" by Rahman Rajan.
|The Gita Decoded || |
This series of 65 Episodes (each just under 30 minutes long) explores the ancient Indian scripture that describes the conversation between Arjuna and Krishna on the Battlefield. The symbolism is considered, and how these ancient writings apply to us today in the modern world of manifold conflicts, challenges and ethical dilemmas. Traditional interpretations of the Gita are compared with the teachings of Raja Yoga presented through the Brahma Kumaris.
|Touching The Light |
This video, produced by Moscow BKs, is a musical-philosophical play, 48 minutes in length and narrated in English. It provides this message and experience: In fact light is present in us all the time. It is very tiny, somewhere deep inside. But never doubt in its existence; it is really there! The only thing you need is to experience it, to see it, to come close to it little by little and touch this light. Approach it as close as possible until you can see nothing but light. Then all around you everything will change.
|Film about 2012 retreat "Golden Morning" |
In October 2012, a long-awaited retreat for Russian-speaking participants is held at BK headquarters. About 80 guests from different cities of Russia – Azerbaijan, Belarus and Ukraine – have arrived in India to learn more about the Brahma Kumaris and explore the depths of spiritual knowledge and Raja Yoga meditation. The retreat includes many types of activities: lectures, workshops, meditations, sightseeing in Delhi, visiting ancient temples, outdoor games and shopping tours. But the most important thing is that participants discover their eternal natures and explore the unknown depths of their personalities. While taking leave they express gratitude to each other and are thankful to their fortune and God for this wonderful festival in our life. English narration by Br Sasha. Length 20 minutes.
|Film "Golden Age Is Not Far" |
This 33 minute music and dance performance is about the great journey of souls and the history of humanity: What was the soul like in the Golden age (in heaven), how it reached the Iron age and how it can ascend again and attain perfection. Narrated by Sr Sudha in English.
|Film "Golden Age Is Not Far". HINDI version. Official video. |
This 30 minute music and dance performance is about the great journey of souls and the history of humanity: What was the soul like in the Golden age (in heaven), how it reached the Iron age and how it can ascend again and attain perfection. Narrated by Sr Sudha in HINDI.
|Film about the visit of BK students from Moscow to Jamnagar, India. |
This film is about the visit of students of the Brahma Kumaris University from Moscow to Jamnagar, Gujarat, India and their participation in the programme Global Peace Carnival and Global Peace Conference "New Vision for the New World". The participation of the Russian students got the special attention of media and television and the entire event was broadcast through mass media. About 40 newspapers printed reports of the program. The cultural program was live telecast in India. The 20 minute film features highlights from the cultural programme, warm meetings, visiting historical places in India, shooting on TV, etc.