We serve the world by sharing the spiritual wisdom found in the ancient Vedic literatures, such as Bhagavad-Gita and Shrimad-Bhagavatam, through the practice of Krishna-bhakti or devotion to God, Krishna, and in this way it aims at helping create peace in the world.

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To better ourselves, to elevate our personal and collective consciousness, we need to understand what ties us all together. Join our London friends for a discussion on this, now more than ever, relevant topic.

Collective ConsciousnessFeb 22, 6:30pmStudent CentralDear friends,

This week we will be discussing the notion of ‘collective consciousness’... the idea that we have a set of shared beliefs and attitudes that unify us within particular social environments. And we’ll look to identify and understand what could be the underlying forces or mechanisms that shape those shared beliefs and attitudes, and perhaps even challenge or justify them.

As ever, as part of our investigation we will draw on some of the insights from the thought-provoking Bhagavad Gita, such as the following verse:

BG 18.20 - "That knowledge by which one undivided spiritual nature is seen in all living entities, though they are divided into innumerable forms, you should understand to be in the mode of goodness."

Hope to see you there,
Krishna West London

PS. On the menu this week will be something vegan and gluten-free

For further details contact:
Sankarsana 07852780847
Reshma: 07745461845
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The word “yoga” comes from the Sanskrit root Yuj which means to link  with, or combine. Bhakti-yoga means to connect to the Supreme by means of loving devotional service.

Srila Prabhupada

“Krishna consciousness means God consciousness. Jesus, or anyone who speaks about God, is in Krishna consciousness. But one must know the science, and within that science there are degrees of knowledge.”

Krishna West Book Printing Campaign

Hello everyone,

Hridayananda das Goswami’s Krishna West Books Editing and Publishing Teamare working hard to produce several new books in 2018. The purpose of this campaign is to raise funds for Editorial Work, Textual Formatting, Original Cover Art, Indexing, Printing, Shipping, etc…

With your help, the following titles will be published in 2018:

1. The Yoga Sutras (340 pages): 2,000 copies.
2. The Metaphysics of Democracy (60 pages): 2,000 copies.
3. Blind Faith/Blind Doubt (80 pages): 2,000 copies.
4. Second (Expanded) Edition of Quest for Justice: 1,000 copies.

All money collected through this campaign will go directly towards the costs associated with publishing these four books.

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