Dear Friends, We continue our February sessions with The Illusion of Being Aware this coming Thursday, 6.30pm at Student Central. We will ask the tough questions about reality, awareness and consciousness and will present the answers given in the ancient Vedic scriptures. Are we our minds, feelings, ability to reason or... are we something else?
Having a relaxed break? We hope your waistlines haven't increased as much as ours... We have many exciting themes lined up for 2017, beginning with a series of discussions on: Physical and Metaphysical A Bi-dimensional Universe We will be kicking off on Thursday 12th January at 6:30pm with From Science to Self. From Self to Science Intrigued?
Our spiritual quest is reaching the final conclusion of Bhagavad Gita, the point when we achieve liberation of mind and body. Liberation is rather a state of mind, a type of action and a place to be. Please, don't miss our session tomorrow 6:30pm, room 2A at Student Central. Anyone who is steady in his
Following on from previous topics where we explored different types of yoga, we now present for discussion: *Bhakti Yoga* What on earth is that?! Have a read of this: 'When a person knows the goal of life but is addicted to the fruits of activities, he is acting in karma-yoga. When he knows that the goal is Krishna
Dear Friends, We are excited to launch this year's series of thought-provoking discussions with the intriguing topic 'Identity and Consciousness'. The great Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu once said: "Knowing others is intelligence, knowing yourself is true wisdom. Mastering others is strength, mastering yourself is true power." Dipping into the timeless wisdom of the great epic Bhagavad Gita, we will
As you know (hopefully), Tuesday is around the corner, and that means -cue drumroll- ......we are back! That's right, another refreshing, thought-provoking and fruitful discussion awaits. As we embark on another year of learning, what better time to explore the stimulating subject of 'The Yoga of Learning'. What is the Yoga of Learning? There's the
We hope you had a good summer break and are ready to hit the books again! Goodbye deckchairs, hello winter hibernation (eek!) As you set your schedules for the next term don't forget to pencil in your regular Krishna West London sessions, here to balance the weight of rigid study schedules with a refreshing dose of spiritually
We are delighted to invite you to our next program on the 28th July (Thursday). What is yoga? Who are the real yogis? Can we become a serious practitioner of yoga? The session is inspired by the book The Comprehensive Guide to Bhagavad-Gita by Hridayananda dasa Goswami. Please don't miss the next session. Bring a
We are delighted to invite you to the next KWL on the 16th June (Thursday) where our friend and valuable member of the London team, Shivanand Sharma, will speak about Krishna - The Supreme Absolute Person and the ancient Vedic scriptures tell us about the Creator of this world and beyond. Does He exist? Can
We are excited to invite you to our next Krishna West London program with a special guest speaker Cyril Wohrer (Chandrashekhara Acharya Dasa). An esteemed scholar and student of world religions, Chandrashekhara has dedicated his life to the study and exploration of Theology in modern society. Chandrashekhara was born in Santa Monica, California, grew up