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In 2004 I let go of a long held resentment. It was only by doing so that I realized how much this resentment had been hurting me both materially and spiritually. I wanted to do something to help other devotees dealing with resentment and so I developed a forgiveness workshop called which I have facilitated over 30 times around the world.
The Forgiveness Intensive is a hands-on workshop in which you work through your own resentment using a 23-step forgiveness process I developed. (You learn the forgiveness processes by applying the steps to your own issue.) You will learn to use these processes for other resentment issues you have or that may come up in the future. Plus, you can use these processes to help others with their resentment.
This course is designed for those with deep resentments, those who have tried to forgive but still hold on to resentment, and for those who wish to learn the forgiveness process in order to help others.
You will learn to:
The forgiveness processes help you see your story in a new way, a way that causes a shift in your attitude and thus a shift in your response to the situation.You then leave the seminar with a liberating and empowering story of forgiveness, rather than a disempowering story of hurt and blame.
Mahatma Prabhu was born in Los Angeles, California in 1950. In 1969, at the age of 19, he first met Srila Prabhupada through The Bhagavad Gita As It Is, and then later that year met Srila Prabhupada personally in Los Angeles. In January of 1970 he moved into the temple in Berkeley, California and shortly after received first and second initiation.
He went on to do a variety of services including book distribution, sankirtan leader, temple president, college preaching, congregational development, and various educational projects. This has culminated in the work he does today developing workshops, social media, online courses and books both for devotees as well as the general public through his company Sattva [www.thesattvaway.com]. He practically shows the many ways that Krishna consciousness offers solutions to today’s challenges and writes and teaches in a way that resonates with devotees and people in general by helping them see life as a spiritual practice
Mahatma Prabhu is well known in ISKCON for his recorded and live music, most notably his recording of Brahma Samhita, but also for his workshops on such essential topics as Japa, Forgiveness, Humility, Vows and Marriage.
He is now based in Alachua, Florida he lives with his wife Jahnava and daughter Brajasundari, and travels about four months a year.
If you are interested in having him come to your center, or would like to help him in his service, you can contact him at email@example.com