A Network of Friends

If you’re a committed devotee, chanting at least four rounds a day of the Hare Krishna Maha Mantra on beads and looking for occasional support in your spiritual practise, you might like to find out more about Bhaktivedanta Manor’s Mentorship System. It’s a new, helpful network of friendly devotees that functions alongside the sanga groups.

Mentors are devotees of Krishna who have been requested by the Mentorship Team to help others. They have experience and enthusiasm, and can offer tips on daily sadhana practise and spiritual guidance if you need it. You will be able to get together with your mentor as part of a small group fortnightly or monthly – the choice is yours. You can also meet your mentor one-to-one for personal advice.

If you’d like to find out more please watch the video that introduces how it works, there is also a manual giving further information on the system, details of mentors and an invitation to join by choosing your personal mentor. Remember it’s NOT a permanent commitment and you can change mentors whenever you need to.

Members of the Mentorship System will be invited to annual retreats and exclusive programmes with some of the most distinguished leaders of ISKCON.

So why not give this exciting project a try and you might be surprised how much you like it!

Published onWednesday, March 21st, 2012

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