A conversation between Sister Jayanti and Professor David Cadman In Honour of International Day of Yoga 2023 Yoga of the mind, the connection of unlimited love, takes us closer to our selves, The Divine and humanity. How can we restore this transformative power of love for our world today.

Professor David Cadman

David Cadman’s work is centred upon teachings of love and compassion, wholeness and connectivity. David has held professorial titles or fellowships in universities both in the UK and America. He is currently a harmony Professor of Practice at the University of Wales, Trinity St David, where he is exploring principles of Harmony in Education, in Food and Farming, in Wellbeing, and in Business and the Economy. Together with his colleague Scherto Gill and colleagues in China and America, he is presently involved in a research project titled ‘A Narratve of Love’.

Formerly Chairman of the The Prince’s Foundation and a Trustee of thE Prince’s School of traditional Arts, he is Harmony Adviser to The Prince’s Foundation based at Dumfries House in Scotland. He is currently writing a text titled In Order to Love that explores what it is that Love requires from us in order to become manifest. This is the third in a series of books on Love which includes, Love and the Divine Feminine, published in 2020 and The Recovery of Love, published in 2022.

Sister Jayanti

Sister Jayanti embodies a unique blend of Eastern wisdom and Western education and culture; imparting the deepest spiritual truths with the utmost clarity. Her prominent speaking themes include leadership, environment & climate change, women ́s empowerment; health & well-being, racial harmony, interreligious friendships & global peace. Her message invites each of us to embody a positive vision of a brighter world. Her spiritual knowledge, inner peace and radiant love have inspired millions across the globe to empower themselves to make changes to their lives. Sister Jayanti is the Additional Administrative Head of The Brahma Kumaris, the world’s largest spiritual organisation to be led by women. The Brahma Kumaris is an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) of the United Nations, accredited with General Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Sister Jayanti has been the organisation’s representative to the UN in Geneva since 1982.

Naoko Omura

Sound therapist and Reiki Teacher, Naoko provides Reiki courses and individual counseling sessions and holds sound healing and sound bathing parties with an alchemy crystal bowl and a crystal lyre called Quartz Phone. She creates hand-sewn clothes, promotes brown rice diets and has expertise in minimalist interior designs, etc. in which she posts on social media.


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