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Case Study 9 – Discovering special realizations on chanting

By on February 16, 2012 in Case Study with 11 Comments
Case Study 9 – Discovering special realizations on chanting

You’ve been chanting Hare Krishna for the last ten years and are happy to note Bhavuk’s enthusiasm for chanting. Mr Bhavuk is a new member of the Hare Krishna chanters club and since the last six months that he’s been coming for the sessions, he reveals tremendous enthusiasm in japa sessions as well as during the kirtans.

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Case Study 7 – Loud or silent chanting?

By on October 3, 2011 in Case Study with 48 Comments
Case Study 7 – Loud or silent chanting?

Ian has experimented with many spiritual paths and his quest for the truth is still on. Recently he began chanting Hare Krishna after reading some literature extolling the glories of the path of Bhakti Yoga. Ian is happy chanting and now he’s also associating with few regular Hare Krishna chanters.
One doubt however plagues Ian’s mind; his experience with almost all the spiritual organizations that he’d been to before encountering Hare Krishna was of silent meditation.

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Case Study 6 – Does chanting make things worse?

By on September 6, 2011 in Case Study with 44 Comments
Case Study 6 – Does chanting make things worse?

Anupam is confused about the practise of Hare Krishna yoga. He’s been hearing in classes and reading in books, ‘chant Hare Krishna and be happy’. He expected to be happy since he began chanting four rounds daily. Two months later he perceived not much difference, neither in his level of happiness nor his own spiritual progress. Still he decided to increase his daily chanting to eight rounds. Now after another two months of chanting eight rounds daily, he feels not only has he made no progress, his earlier bad habits are resurfacing in his consciousness.

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Case Study 5 – Chanting – “To Increase or Decrease”

By on August 10, 2011 in Case Study with 16 Comments
Case Study 5 – Chanting – “To Increase or Decrease”

You are a mentor, guiding a group of young boys and girls on the science of chanting Hare Krishna. Pritam is enthusiastic and is a member of the group that is learning the science of Hare Krishna yoga from you since the last two months

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Case Study 4 – Making a choice

By on July 26, 2011 in Case Study with 18 Comments
Case Study 4 – Making a choice

Jay and Rakesh are new members of the Hare Krishna chanters club (HCC) in your college. The club members meet every week and discuss issues relating to the philosophy and practise of the Hare Krishna yoga. Jay is excited about his new discovery of Hare Krishna. He gets many of his new friends for the weekly meetings, and is convinced this is the best meditation path amongst the myriad spiritual practises in India.

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Case Study 2 :- Balancing work and yoga

By on June 24, 2011 in Case Study with 25 Comments
Case Study 2 :- Balancing work and yoga

Mr. Parisrama is a 32 year old hard working software professional. His job requires him to work from 9.00 am to 7.00 pm. He also travels two hours to work and back. Recently he was introduced to the Hare Krishna yoga and has been fascinated by the process.

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