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Ideal Grhasta Life - a dream or a reality?

Establish a harmonious relationship between husband & wife

Date: Thursday 31st May

Krishna Himself established the varnashram system so as to maintain a balance in the human society and enable us to cultivate higher consciousness, irrespective of which social and/or spiritual order we find ourselves. Amongst the four ashrams most of us would readily agree that the grhastha ashram (house holder) has a lot of responsibilities attached. Thus sustaining or taking up this ashram must be a well-planned, organized and spiritually guided action.

The grhastha ashram is meant to support all other 3 ashrams, thus it has a responsibility to the 'ashram order’. The individuals have responsibilities towards each other (and children) thus having ‘internal responsibilities’, and also responsibilities to the social system in which the individuals find themselves.

Needless to say, we need to have proper guidance whilst in this ashram or before taking up this service and responsibility. In this regard London College of Vedic Studies would like to assist you by providing you with useful information from experts in this field.

What Will Be Covered:

  • Importance of maintaining good sadhana
  • Cultivating friendship with your spouse
  • Navigating through troubled times
  • Principles of Vedic parenting

Course Details:

Facilitator: HG Sridama dasa & HG Kishori devi dasi
Date: Thursday 31st May | Time: 6.30pm - 8pm | Location: Seminar Room
Course Fee: £5

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Alternatively you can register at the Temple shop by visiting in person or calling on +44 (0)207 437 3662.