“Ancient Vedic Living in Modern Times”
September 9 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm| Free
This event is hosted at the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) in Los Angeles
The International Society of Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), also known as The Hare Krishna Movement, began in the United States in 1966 with Swami Prabhupada. This movement brought to the U.S. core beliefs found in ancient Hindu writings. Its followers are dedicated to the practice of bhakti yoga or devotion to God through chanting to Krishna as the highest form of God, believing that the vibration created by repeatedly chanting God’s name will lead to a state of pure God-Consciousness.
The International Society for Krishna Consciousness includes hundreds of major centers, temples and rural communities, vegetarian restaurants, and thousands of local meeting groups. Millions of congregational members worldwide engage in a wide variety of community projects from opening hospitals and schools to providing free food distribution. Come learn how fresh understanding of the ancient spiritual teachings of the Vedas have transformed lives through an engaged spirituality of chanting, wholesome living and devotional service. Free dinner will be included for all attendees immediately after the program as a part of the larger experience of the bhakti yoga of service.REGISTER NOW