Bhagavad Gita: The Circle of Life
We see that everything in this material world has a beginning and an end. In the Vedic scriptures, like the Bhagavad Gita, we learn that things don’t stop at this end, that there is a cycle. When something ends another begins. As we are spiritual energy, eternal, we don’t cease to exist when the body ends. We continue, and depending on our merits and desires, we will obtain another body. That is called samsara
Ishana das (Carlos E. Ribeiro) is a Krishna West project leader in Orlando, together with his wife, Krishnavarna. Since joining ISKCON in Rio de Janeiro in 1981, he has held various top-level leadership and managerial positions, including his current position as board member of ISKCON Orlando. A professional website and graphic designer, he is the owner of 4e Media. He and his wife, along with their daughter Ananda, live in Orlando, Florida.
We are presenting Krishna West project, Orlando, which serves the world through the teaching and practice of advanced spiritual knowledge found in ancient texts such as Bhagavad-Gita and Srimad-Bhagavatam. This process is called Bhakti-Yoga, yoga of devotion or devotional service to the Supreme person Krishna. We have meeting twice a month and is always free admission.
The program schedule starts with mantra meditation in kirtan and japa (beads) forms. After that there is a speech on the theme advertised followed by Q&A. At the end vegan snacks are served.
Date: Saturday, Sept 23th. 2017
Time: 6:00 p.m to 8:00 p.m
Location: Ayurbeauty Wellness Center
2203 Hillcrest St. Orlando, Fl 32803