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Frontier science meets deep soul awareness as Dadi Janki, head of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University converses with Neville Hodgkinson, former Sunday Times science and medical correspondent. I KNOW HOW TO LIVE, I KNOW HOW TO DIE conveys the love and strength that emerges within us as well as the huge benefits brought to our work and relationships, when we restore our connection with the divine through spiritual understanding and practice.
About the author Neville Hodgkinson
Neville worked for many years as a full-time medical and science correspondent of a number of newspapers in the UK, including the Sunday Times and Daily Mail. He is the author of ‘Will to be Well – the Real Alternative Medicine (Hutchinson,1984) and AIDS: The Failure of Contemporary Science (Fourth Estate, 1996). He began practising Raja Yoga in 1981 and 20 years ago decided to dedicate his life to the BK movement. He now lives at a retreat centre near Oxford.
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