Chakra Announcements

Life Skills & Personal Transformation Seminar
Hannover, Germany, May 21st-31st

from Narahari das

Posted April 13, 2005

Dear Vaisnavis and Vaisnavas,

Most probably many of you have heard about the seminars conducted by Dhira Govinda Prabhu and the positive impact they have on the lifes of the devotees. I have taken the seminar last year in Ireland and felt it is was one of the best experiences of my life. This seminar is very valuable on many levels, in relationships with our family, temple or buisiness partners. It leads to a lasting honest and loving approach with ourselves and others, finally also with Krsna and the mahamantra. This seminar can definitly speed up of the process of anartha nivritti. It helped me move towards the platform of sattva guna which gives rise to pure goodness and inspired me to see a lot of my life in a new and bright perspective.

"Watering the bhakti lata (plant of devotion), while simultaneously pulling out the weeds, which disturb the growth of devotion, will quickly bring about success in our Krsna-conscious life. Dhira Govinda Prabhu's excellent transformation course concentrates on removing these weeds" (Sacinandana Swami).

The number of participants is limited, so please register as soon as possible. Up to April the 21.there will be a reduction of the fee. Please contact me at: or 0049-174-9448826.

your servant
Narahari das

Facilitator's Profile

Dhira Govinda das (Dr. David Wolf) holds a Ph.D. in Social Work, and his doctoral dissertation is entitled Effects of the Hare Krsna Maha-Mantra on Stress, Depression, and the Three Gunas. His writings include a book entitled Krsna, Israel, and the Druze -- An Interreligious Odyssey, and several publications on Vedic social and mental health science in leading journals in the fields of psychology and social work. With over 20 years presenting workshops and seminars on empathic listening, effective communication and accountability throughout the United States and internationally, in Vaisnava communities and in society at large, he is a dynamic and effective communicator who utilizes extensive audience participation and experiential exercises to enhance learning and retention of information.