When a difficult time arises what do you turn to? Family, friends, sleep, an old bad habit? Maybe even close your eyes & hope it goes away…
Well if you have situations which have stifled you, left you baffled then you have to come on this course where we’ll be teaching you dynamic, life-enhancing tool from ancient Vedic wisdom on how to not only make sense of tough times but also growth & glow through them!
Join today & learn how to stand up with a strong heart to better the world, rather than becoming hard hearted against the world.
The course contains transformative spiritual philosophy, guided meditations and introspective practices, this workshop will allow you to tangibly progress within the workshop as well as deal with real life situations outside the classroom.
Taught by one of the monks at Bhaktivedanta manor, this is a highly rated seminar that should not be missed. We’ll be covering topics such as:
Course Dates: 4 consecutive Sundays, starting Sunday 24th February 2019
Time: 2pm – 5pm
Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £40, or grab two places for £65.
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.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or text Sesa on 07854 734 331
Bring a someone you think could benefit & pay below for the dual entrance discount. Only £55 for two of you! Bargain or what.
Janakinath (or ‘JD’ as he is affectionately called) is an innovator, a maverick and an intrepid risk taker. Known for his quick mind and boundless energy, he helped to conceptualise and start many of our most famous courses, including; ‘Gita Life’ and ‘Explore’.
Born to a family of Gujarati immigrants who settled in West London, JD was a highly dynamic individual from the word go.
In 2007 he graduated from King’s College, London with a first class degree in Telecommunications. A huge fan of extreme sports, JD also took a year out to go backpacking, hang gliding and ‘free’ rock climbing (without any harness or aids) in Zanzibar, Congo, Kenya and Rwanda. There he came across war-torn areas where he got involved in volunteering work, providing street kids with food, shelter and material and spiritual education.
This eventually inspired him to come back to England and become a full time monk and help to elevate the consciousness of the planet. Since being a monk here, JD has travelled extensively to USA, Canada, Europe doing University programs, public programs and prison programs. He is also a self-taught magician and if you’re lucky to have him as one of your course teachers expect professional standard magic tricks in your lessons!!