Are you ready for an immersion experience?
Feel like you would like to cut out the wishy washy faff and experience first hand what it’s like to lead a spiritual life in a thriving community?? Join the Be a Monk Challenge at Bhaktivedanta Manor. It’s a 7-day challenge to experience, learn and grow internally in an environment that’s spiritually nourishing. It’s available for both men and women.
Be a monk challenge
This course will give you an opportunity to cut yourself off from everyday distractions and focus on your spiritual wellbeing. Over a period of 7 days, you will get a taster of spiritual practices in real life.
You will get to know yourself better spiritually, strengthen your mind and determination and, most importantly, have an amazing time with like-minded individuals!
Level: Beginners Duration: 7 days Cost: £50
The residential Veda Course is designed for those wishing to gain a foundational understanding of bhakti-yoga.
Over a period of three months, you will learn about the theology and philosophy, devotional practice and Vaishnava culture, experience the early morning devotional programme, engage in practical service and make lifelong friends.
Level: Intermediate Duration: 3 months Cost: £200
You will spend the first part of your time traveling to exceptional Temples around Europe and/or India and experience the life of living in a spiritual community.
You will spend the remaining part of your time at Bhaktivedanta Manor studying Nectar of Instruction, Sri Isopanisad, Bhagavad-Gita As It Is and Nectar of Devotion. (Details may vary based on the course. Get in touch with us for specific details)
Level: Expert Duration: 6 months Cost: £300
Book your challenge
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Want a little sneak peek into the course?
Need some more inspiration? Check out the videos below. The Be a monk challenges for men and women are held separately and can be at different times. If you want to know even more, check out the great testimonials we have from the course right at the bottom.