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Good Gone Bad

Good Gone Bad

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Good Gone Bad


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Good Gone Bad

What do we make of situations when we experience hurt inflicted by those we consider good people? When faced with pain caused by friends or family members, individuals whom we trust and typically don’t expect to harm us – how do we navigate such complex situations?


To what extent do we engage in introspection to better understand the situation and the lessons we may need to take away, or to grasp their motivations particularly when there’s suspicion of deliberate intent? This inquiry encompasses several key themes and this interactive seminar will cover:

·       How do we grapple with unfair treatment, even in its most severe forms, and to what degree should we attribute it to our past karma?
·       How can we discern Krishna’s influence in our challenging circumstances?
·       Does Krishna advocate for forgiveness and moving on, or does He prompt us to pursue justice?”


This one day promises to be captivating, thought-provoking, and conducive to deep reflection. It aims to uncover blind spots while engaging participants in an intriguing exploration of moral transgressions in our lives and will be led by a very knowledgeable and expert speaker.



Suggested Donation of £11


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Dates: 14th July
Day: Sunday
Time: 9.30 am to 4 pm
Duration: 1 session
Price: Free (Donation Based)
Location: Bhaktivedanta Manor

Course Instructor

School of Bhakti Teacher

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