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Mysteries of the Self – 31st August 2017

Dear Friends, Can you, as a thinking and feeling person, be reduced to your body? Are you your brain? Where and who are you? Come and join us as we delve into these questions from a scientific perspective and conclude with an unexpected twist on the nature of reality.   Date: Thursday 31st August Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Inception: Parallels with Bhagavad Gita – 24th August 2017

Dear Friends,   How would you know if you were dreaming or awake? This Thursday we will be delving into the intriguing themes raised in the iconic film Inception and exploring some of the surprising parallels we find in Krishna's teachings in the Bhagavad Gita. This session promises to be a fascinating study of the nature of reality and our identity. Not

Bhagavad Gita Group Reading – 10th August 2017

Dear Friends,   With rainy and windy (typical London) weather causing us doubt whether we truly are in the middle of August, we thought it would be the perfect opportunity to unwind in a group reading. This Thursday we will be reading from the Bhagavad Gita, an epic conversation that takes place between Arjuna, a student inquiring about his identity and the

I Want It All! The Pursuit of Happiness – 27th July 2017

Dear Friends,   Everyone is searching for h a p p i n e s s At this week's session we will be debating the notion of happiness and exploring the different approaches to the pursuit of happiness All are welcome to come along and participate!   Date: Thursday 27th July   Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm

The Supersoul in the Heart – 20th July 2017

Dear Friends, Our next session will be focused on the inner journey of an individual in addressing their complete self - body, mind and soul - the quest for wholeness Join us this Thursday when Yonka (Yadavi devi dasi) will introduce us to the concept of The Supersoul in the Heart Date: Thursday 20th July   Time:

Causeless Mercy is Freely Available to Everyone – 15th June 2017

Dear Friends,   Very often we struggle to understand life to its fullest extent. We get caught up in the limited spectrum of our experiences and can't understand why things happen to us. Are the bad events in our life really bad and the good ones really good?    Join us for our first public

The Ethics of Bhagavad Gita – 22nd June 2017

Dear Friends, We are delighted to invite you to a session with Rasamandala das on Thursday, 22nd June 2017. The narrative of transcendental ethics continues in June as well.  Our guest will help us explore the following crucial points.  Dialogue between Eastern and Western perspectives. The trajectory of ethical discourse, and the rehabilitation of the

Kirtan Evening – 8th June 2017

Dear Friends, The sun is shining here in London! We thought it would be wonderful to begin our June sessions with kirtan - mantra meditation. Join us to engage in an immersive experience that can unlock our greatest potential.    The word mantra comes Sanskrit: 'man' means 'mind', and 'tra' means 'release'. So a mantra is a

The Foundations of Vaishnava Ethics – 25th May 2017

Dear Friends, This Thursday will be the final session in our series on the Ethics of the Absolute Truth   Join us to discuss: Is morality a product of evolution or God? Is morality rational or emotional? Is objective morality a myth? Can a universal morality exist in the world today?   We will be exploring insights

When Does Dog… Become Dinner? – 11th May 2017

Dear Friends,   We live in a society where different species are not entirely protected. Where do we draw the line between animals being our best friends and family members or our dinner?   Why do different nationalities feel differently about different species? Does this prove that there is no objective morality? How is it