Karna: victim-come-victimizer (Facilitated by Chaitanya Charan das)

In this one off session we will be diving deep into the psyche of one of the most infamous, controversial yet popular characters in the Mahabharata, Karna. Love him or hate him, certainly we can learn a lot from him. This astounding seminar will explore an important aspect of Karna’s psychological makeup: vengeance.

 

When we look into the background of many of history’s villains, a common pattern often emerges: hurt people, hurt people. In the Mahabharata we see how Karna the victim, soon went on to become a victimizer himself. Why this cycle occurs within the lives of many, including our own, and the secret for breaking out of it will be exposed.

 

An astounding seminar conducted by one of the world’s foremost speakers on Vedic philosophy Chaitanya Charan (see below), dissecting one of the most infamous and misunderstood figures in Vedic history. This is truely an event not to be missed, we cannot stress it enough.

Course Dates: Sunday 14th May 2016
Time: 2pm – 5.30pm
Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £10

 

You can sign up to this course by following the link below, or at the Manor reception (01923 851000). You will then receive e-mail confirmation of your place on the course.

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About the Speakerchaitany charan

We have the great fortune of having His Grace Chaitanya Charan das facilitating this seminar. Chaitanya Charan is a member of ISKCON’s leading intellectual body, the Shastric Advisory Council, and is the associate-editor of ISKCON’s global magazine, Back to Godhead. He is the author of the world’s only Gita-daily feature, wherein he writes daily a 300-word inspirational reflection on a verse from the Bhagavad Gita. He also answers questions by seekers on his site the spiritual scientist, where his over three thousand five hundred audio answers and several hundred articles are available. His articles have been published in many national newspapers including Indian Express, Economic Times and Times of India. He is also the author of sixteen books.