with HG Ter Kadamba das
What is the Krsna conscious perspective on relationships? We are reminded that we should rise above living on the bodily platform – where things are temporary, and that our goal is to focus on the supreme and not get entangled.
The theory & philosophy can make sense within us, however the application is where things usually become hazy. How then can a spiritual practitioner have meaningful loving exchanges? How to find the balance with those around us. Relationships with others lie at the heart of our capability to experience love in this world, striking a balance seems to be a pretty bleak concept. Come along and get life enhancing tips!
There is no doubt that with this knowledge, marriages, raising children, and all relationships can be developed and maintained much more effectively.
- Do soul-mates exist?
- Why are our relationships unstable?
- Is there such a thing as a healthy argument?
- Why doesn’t my husband/wife understand me?
- How do I know what my wife wants?
- Can we change patterns of behaviour?
- How do we communicate better?
- Is divorce an option?
- How do we distinguish love from lust?
- Do we need feminism?
Going to the fundamental essence of this science can help one to understand the world from a much deeper perspective. Despite its relevance, these topics are not often talked about. Please come and make use of this great opportunity.
Course Date: Sunday 5th June 2016
Time: 10am – 1pm
Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £15
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About the speaker
A resident of Sridhama Mayapur, Ter Kadamba das spends two-thirds of the year studying in the dhama, and the other third travelling in the western world sharing his bounty. Amongst others, he has been carrying out an in-depth analysis of texts such as Bhagavad-gita, Nectar of Devotion, Upadeshamrita (Nectar of Instruction), Sri Isopanisad, Dasa Mula Tattva (Bhaktivinoda Thakura), Jaiva Dharma (Bhaktivinoda Thakura), Tattva-viveka (Bhaktivinoda Thakura), Sad-darsana (HH Suhotra Swami), Apasampradayas (HH Suhotra Swami), Manu Samhita, Sri Tattva Sandarbha (Srila Jiva Goswami), Lagu Bhagavatamrita (Srila Rupa Goswami), Brahma Samhita, and Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 1 -6.
The philosophy is penetrating and thought-provoking, and Ter Kadamba’s mastery of the topic is exceptional. Combined with this, his delivery is peppered with a wit and humour that will have the most straight-faced amongst us chuckling away.