Keys to Happiness
November 28 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm PST
Keys to Success
Insightful Dialogue Series
Saturday Workshop Series
Saturday, November 28, 2020
5:00 – 6:30 PM PDT
6:30 – 7:30 PM PDT One Hour Guided Meditation
Join 22 others!
Is there one key that opens the treasure of happiness or are there many? If we wait to be happy until we achieve a certain goal, we may be losing years of happiness! Diane will explore many keys to happiness, some small, some subtle, some essential for countless moments, and some that enrich us and the lives of others. Please join her as she explores this topic, for in these trying times your happiness is important, for you . . . and for others, for it can open realms of hope and courage for many.
The presenter of the Insightful Dialogue will be Sister Diane Tillman. Sister Diane encountered the Brahma Kumaris in India in 1981 while taking a year-long sabbatical from her job as a School Psychologist in California. Dedicated to the practice of raja yoga, sister Diane has been the coordinator of the Brahma Kumaris Meditation Center in Seal Beach since 1983. As part of her service with the BKs, she became involved with UNA-USA from 1986 to 1996, and served at the local, district and national levels. Sister Diane enjoys integrating the knowledge of psychology and spirituality. She has lectured and facilitated seminars on personal development in 30 countries, authored documents for the BKs, and been involved with numerous international initiatives. Because of her background as an Educational Psychologist, in 1995 the BKs asked her to write a chapter on values activities for children for their publication “Living Values: A Guidebook”. When this morphed into an international values education initiative, she resigned from her job to write for the program. The primary author of the award-winning Living Values Education Series of five books, she has written ten additional educational resources for at-risk youth, a Living Green Values resource, a children’s book and a parenting guide. Tillman has traveled to all regions of the world to conduct training and LVE seminars at conferences and in refugee camps, for educators, street-children agencies and UNESCO.