The Bhakti-steps Program is a system for encouraging the congregation by recognizing their chanting and their spiritual standards. It is a great way to help congregational devotees to consolidate and increase their spiritual practices. It also offers a system to identify who is serious in advancing in Krsna consciousness, an important consideration especially in forming
An easy, practical and fast method to systematically introduce and train new people in the teachings of Bhagavad-gita As It Is Easy to do Minimum logistics Short time required 6 Introductory Sessions for newcomers 18 Summarized Study sessions Covers all 18 chapters in 18 weeks Only 1 hour per week In line with Srila Prabhupada’s
Building meaningful relationships with all members of our communities… Recognizing every devotional home as an abode of faith… Bhakti Home (Sraddha- kutir) “Everyone can establish a small temple in his house, and he can begin family-wise — himself, his wife, his children. That is wanted. This Krsna consciousness movement wants to see that every house has
At ISKCON Children Services, we provide resources and material to nourish our children’s Krsna Conscious education. Our unique approach to learning about Krsna is for them to have fun, which makes Krsna Consciousness more than just a lecture – it’s lifestyle. We invite you to explore our dynamic network of devotees and diverse materials to enhance our children’s love for Krsna.
Main concepts of the Bhakti-vriksha Program This is an extract from the Bhakti Vriksha Manual – chapter two. Why is it called “Bhakti-vriksha”? In Shri Caitanya-caritamrita, Lord Caitanya and His movement are compared to the tree of devotion, the bhakti-vriksha. Srila Prabhupada writes in his summary of chapter nine of Adi-lila: “It is figuratively described
This course for Vaisnavas has been created by the ISKCON Congregational Development Ministry (CDM)) with a Krsna Conscious approach to counseling in line with Srila Prabhupada’s instructions. It presents a theoretical and practical framework to better support devotees, families and congregations that may be facing different issues.
Mission Statement The mission of IPM is to spread Lord Caitanya’s mercy to the fallen souls of Kali-yuga who find themselves within a prison of the prison house of the material world. Beliefs IPM believes that the only cure for society’s ills, both for individual persons and as a whole, is the process of bhakti-yoga.
Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura conceived the Nama-hatta, marketplace for the holy name. Marketplaces are defined as places of transactions where products are bought and sold. The Holy Name, of course, is not attained by a series of calculated transactions; it is completely transcendental and beyond the realm of matter. What does it mean, then to purchase
Introducing the Counselor System By: H.H. Radhanath Swami Service To The Vaishnavas – The Highest Religious Principle Vaisnavism has been manifested in its purest and most wonderful form through the love and teachings of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and His associates. The most beautiful aspect of Lord Caitanya’s pastimes is the loving interaction between Him and