Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Impromptu SatsangTea in Czech

Pictured - some of the Group Present in Czech

Impromptu Satsang Tea in Czech, August 2014 with
Swamini VishwaLakshmianandama

An impromptu Satsang Tea was organized in Czech Republic (in a city a short distance from Prague) in August 2014. 

Swamini VishwaLakshmianandama spoke of the prophecies recorded in the Srimad Bhagavatam written in Chapter or Canto Twelve.  Swamini read the Srimad Bhagavatam during her visit in Czech. This book, as it has come down to present day, was written in the time of the incarnation of Narayana as Krishna, some 5,000 years ago. The prophecies are manifested and evident in our world today.

There was a small group, with approximately 33 people present, during one cool evening in August. It had been raining for many days at that time.  Most present were devotees of our Beloved Swami Vishwananda. The devotees enthusiastically entered into the discussion as they shared how they viewed the Srimad Bhagavatam’s prophecies and how they have manifested presently in our world.

“About present day society, the Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam’s twelfth canto, or chapter, prophesies: “Religious principles will be determined by a show of strength and, thereby, measured by a person’s reputation for material accomplishments.” 

This prophecy also is present in today's world: "Those without money will be unable to get justice, and anyone who can cleverly maiipulate words will be considered a scholar.

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