Gita Life

Gita Life

Gita Life

Date: Sunday 30th January 2022 ~ Sunday 3rd April 2022 

Time: 2:00PM - 5:00PM GMT

Location: Online and onsite at Nitai Room, Goshala Classrooms, New Gokul Farm, Bhaktivedanta Manor, Dharam Marg, Hilfield Lane, Watford, WD25 8HE


Description of course

The Bhagavad-gita is a theological and philosophical classic. In 700 succinct verses it summarises the conclusions of the Vedas, the ancient scriptures written approximately 5000 years ago in the Sanskrit language. It covers topics ranging from religion to relationships, science to sociology, leadership to lifestyle management: the keys to all aspects of life, the universe and everything. In every generation, over thousands of years, it has provided unceasing inspiration to thinkers, leaders, and spiritualists alike.

The Gita, however, is best understood in the company of other spiritualists where we can discuss and question everything we read.

This Gita Life course will provide

  • A chapter-by-chapter summary
  • Delineation of pertinent themes from each chapter
  • A plethora of life lessons from this historical epic

The 10 sessions are thought-provoking and interactive. Each week is recorded and the audio and slides are sent out, so even if you cannot attend all 10 sessions in person, you have time to listen and catch up in your own time.


Description of teacher

Sesa was born into a Hare Krishna family and the Bhaktivedanta Manor temple has effectively been his second home since birth. A deep thinker with a strong scientific mind, Sesa has always been interested in the structure of the cosmos, how our minds operate and the nature of consciousness. He went onto study Mathematics at City University and was intrigued by the different mathematical laws and paradigms that help to explain the structure of our Universe.

This spurred him to go back to his Krishna conscious roots. He scrutinised and dissected the ‘Bhagavad Gita as it is’ to the best of his ability. Never had he come across a book that went so severely into uncovering the profound truths of who we actually are, why we are here and what is the purpose of this universe. He knew then that he was going to mould his

life to fully realise the answer to life’s perennial question: What is the purpose and perfection of life?

With this in mind, he joined the Bhaktivedanta Manor temple and immediately got involved in giving philosophical talks at universities and helping people to enrich their lives with spiritual wisdom. Alongside this, he is also involved in conducting scientific research in the field of metaphysics and spiritual psychology.

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