Madhurya Kadambini with Sutapa das

In Madhurya Kadambini, the great acarya Visvanatha Cakravati Thakur outlines the entire spiritual journey one undergoes, beginning from initial faith to the perfection of pure love of God. He outlines the various landmarks and obstacles that one will encounter, and offers invaluable insight into  how one can remain determined and enthusiastic in spiritual life.

In 6 sessions we will summarize the text and draw various life lessons, as well as outline tools which can be implemented by any spiritual practitioner.

Sutapa teaches several of the courses at the manor and has written and compiled a number of books such as Tattva, Gita Life, Bhakti Life, Spiritual IQ and Veda. Please do not miss this rare opportunity to learn from him.

Every week is recorded and the slides are sent, so even if you are not present for the entire duration, you never miss out!

 

Course Dates: starting Sunday 18th February 2018 for 6 weeks 
Time: 10am – 1pm
Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £40 (early bird price if you book before February)

 

You can sign up to this course by following the Paypal 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 speaker

Sutapa Das is a resident monk at ISKCON UK’s headquarters, Bhaktivedanta Manor. Although he grew up in the suburbs of London, he was always attracted to the idea of ’simple living high thinking’, keenly seeking a more profound meaning to life. After graduating from UCL in 2002 with a BSc degree in Information Management, he decided to take up a monastic life of exploration into the ancient Vedic teachings.

Over the last fifteen years, Sutapa has undertaken an in-depth study of ancient Sanskrit texts, particularly the Bhagavad-gita, and has a passion to share the spiritual insights, worldviews, and lifestyles that these books have to offer. His core interest is to present spirituality in a dynamic and relevant way that is accessible to people from all walks of life. Sutapa has lectured at universities across the UK, including UCL, Cambridge, Kings College, LSE and SOAS, and also acts as an active adviser to the community’s youth groups. He is also the author of several books.