Virtual (Facebook) Sun Love Feast – Jul 5, 2020 – Vedic discourse by HH Bhaktimarga Swami

About HH Bhaktimarga Swami:Over forty years ago it was a youthful quest for life that led Chatham, Ontario born Bhaktimarga Swami, (formerly John Peter Vis), to adopt an Eastern order of monastic life that landed him in the Hare Krishna movement. Since that time, as a celibate monk, Swami has evolved as an instructor of bhakti-yoga and mantra meditation. His presentation on this subject of life, based on the popular Hindu text, “Bhagavad-gita” is lively, candid and informative.
With a background in fine arts, Swami also developed a passion for the performing arts. Even in the course of his duties as a monk, he expands his portfolio and manages to take an active role in theatrical productions from epics of ancient Indian origin. Casting, scripting, and directing morality theater takes him annually to venues from North America to India and Africa.
Finally, Bhaktimarga Swami achieved a remarkable feat in 1996 when he went the way of a pilgrim and walked on foot cross country from west to east and then back for a return journey from Cape Spear, Newfoundland to Vancouver Island in 2003, going full circle. He likes to share of his unique experiences and fond memories on the road after trekking 16,000 kms. Swami is a consistent feature in “The Longest Road”, a recent National Film Board documentary detailing the history of the people who shaped or were shaped by the Trans Canada Highway, the world’s longest continuous maintained road.

ISKCON Brampton Center continue to remain closed till further notice. 
Please visit us on Facebook Page for Live program as per below:



11.15  – 11.30     Guru Puja
11:30 – 11:55     Aarti & Kirtan
11.55  – 12.00    Sri Nrsingadeva Prayers
12.00 – 12:50    Vedic discourse
12.50 –  1.20      Closing Kirtan

COMING UP AHEAD

Sayana Ekadasi
Fasting…………………on Wed Jul 1st, 2020
Breakfast…………….  on Thu Jul 2nd, 2020 b/w 5:41 am – 5:49 am

Every fortnight, we observe Ekadasi, a day of prayer and meditation. On this day we fast (or
simplify our meals and abstain from grains and beans), and spend extra time reading the scriptures
and chanting the auspicious Hare Krishna mantra.By constantly ‘exercising’ our minds through
regular japa we can train our senses to push the threshold of contentment.
English audio glorification of all Ekadasis is available here 

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