Spritual Warrior Taster Session

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Description of course

Based on the Spiritual warrior books written by one of the great modern day legends of the Krishna Conscious tradition, Bhakti Tirtha Swami. This course will look at how divine wisdom and practices from the Krishna Bhakti tradition can help to:

- Battle debilitating maladies such as depression, anxiety, and hopelessness 

- Control emotions such as fear and anger

- Understanding negative and positive experiences and notions such as justice and love from a metaphysical perspective

The terms Spiritual and Warrior can seem at odds with each other. But through this   course, it will be evident that the idealised meaning of both words is based on similar principles. This course will also help one to develop a mindset based on those very principles:

To guide and protect others materially and spiritually

- To develop a mindset of fearlessness 

- To fortify ourselves with spiritual knowledge as we deal with and help others deal with the challenges of life

- To raise the consciousness of our environment

- A dynamic course amalgamating spiritual philosophy with an action centric mindset


Description of teacher

Antaranga Das has since his youth been strongly attracted to science and spirituality, specifically the philosophy behind it. His interest encouraged him to study Psychology in his home country Slovakia. During this academic period of his life, his connection with Srila Prabhupada's books affirmed to him the world beyond psychological science and upon graduating from his Bachelors in 2015, Antaranga decided to move into the temple community here at the Bhaktivedanta Manor, and has been a residential monk ever since. His contributions were centred around distributing books and sharing the wisdom to inspire others to live a happy, fulfilling and purposeful life. The School of Bhakti has presented a platform by which he can 'share his understanding of Vedic philosophy in order to help others.' He currently runs courses within the School of Bhakti and gives classes on the Bhagavad Gita and Srimad Bhagavatam for both beginners and advanced spiritualists.  Antaranga's enthusiasm for philosophy is contagious and you'll find yourself absorbed in his classes and coming away with an enriching experience
3 January 2021, 10:00 through 13:00
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