Personal Coaching for Your Spiritual Growth

Start your coaching journey. Know yourself. Live up to your highest potential. Create a meaningful, balanced and personally fulfilling life.

Easy as A B C D

Association

Starting out on a transformation journey can feel daunting. It’s possible many of your acquaintances, friends and family, don’t recognize what you are trying to achieve.

Books

Reading spiritual literature, engaging in dialogue, getting one’s doubts cleared and internalising the wisdom is a key step in the journey of self-realisation.

Chanting

Chanting the maha-mantra is the core practice on this path. While it is undoubtedly simple and easy, you will be surprised

Discipline

As with everything in life, progress in spiritual life requires patience, commitment and discipline.

We’ve got
your back

Ready? Set? Go! Our coaches strive to offer a profound transformation process by collaboratively identifying obstacles, creating solutions and helping you sustain positive changes, ultimately taking you from where you are now to where you want to be. With coaching you can:

Manifest the Best, Most Authentic Version of Yourself

– Create a vision for yourself and your future
– Reframe negative self-talk
Understand yourself better and recognize your blind spots

- Develop courage, confidence to walk on your chosen path

Develop meaningful goals with a plan to achieve them

- Identify what derails you

Transition smoothly to spiritual life in a balanced way

- Build and strengthen relationship with yourself and others

Define your values

- Establish healthy routines

In this endeavour there is no loss or diminution, and a little advancement on this path can protect one from the most dangerous type of fear.
Bhagavad-gita 2.40

I had someone to hold me accountable to my practice. This was powerful. Alone it is quite difficult.

Jin Kang (Korea)

Happy Members

Nice to have a network of helping hands. Chanting Hare Krishna together is easier then chanting alone.

Izaak Harb (Sydney)

I wanted to refine my meditation practice. Having a coach to guide me helped me go deeper.

Anurati (Kazakhstan)

Meet our coaches

Urugaya

From Australia, Urugaya’s search for spiritual satisfaction led him to drop out of college where he was studying media and communications, and become a full-time monk for 6 years. Cooking and distributing sanctified vegetarian food and mantra meditation is his passion. He and his wife Lalita split their time between India and traveling the rest of the world, sharing Krishna Consciousness.

Savyasachi

Savyasachi is a full-time practicing monk, having entered monastic life in 2002. He works closely with Wits University in this capacity since 2014, spending 4 months traveling and teaching internationally and the balance in Africa. He is the chairperson of the WuSA (Wake Up South Africa) consciousness development initiative. He sits on the Advisory Board of ISKCON SA National council.

Surabhi Kunja

From South Africa, Surabhi is a software developer by profession but her real passion lies in sharing the wisdom texts of Bhakti. She absolutely loves teaching and believes in learning and growing together. She regularly travels to different sacred places in the world with the aim to associate closely with self-realized saints, fostering deep spiritual connections with a global community of like-minded souls.

Gopal Champu

Gopal is from New York. He used to sell cars before taking up bhakti and becoming a full-time monk, living in the New York ashram. Gopal loves to study and share his realisations. He also does one of the most difficult services of distributing our books on the street. Gopal is a spiritual salesman! He moved from selling cars to transcendental books!

Urugaya

From Australia, Urugaya’s search for spiritual satisfaction led him to drop out of college where he was studying media and communications, and become a full-time monk for 6 years. Cooking and distributing sanctified vegetarian food and mantra meditation is his passion. He and his wife Lalita split their time between India and traveling the rest of the world, sharing Krishna Consciousness.

Savyasachi

Savyasachi is a full-time practicing monk, having entered monastic life in 2002. He works closely with Wits University in this capacity since 2014, spending 4 months traveling and teaching internationally and the balance in Africa. He is the chairperson of the WuSA (Wake Up South Africa) consciousness development initiative. He sits on the Advisory Board of ISKCON SA National council.

Surabhi Kunja

From South Africa, Surabhi is a software developer by profession but her real passion lies in sharing the wisdom texts of Bhakti. She absolutely loves teaching and believes in learning and growing together. She regularly travels to different sacred places in the world with the aim to associate closely with self-realized saints, fostering deep spiritual connections with a global community of like-minded souls.

Gopal Champu

Gopal is from New York. He used to sell cars before taking up bhakti and becoming a full-time monk, living in the New York ashram. Gopal loves to study and share his realisations. He also does one of the most difficult services of distributing our books on the street. Gopal is a spiritual salesman! He moved from selling cars to transcendental books!

Lalita Gopika

Lalita has been practicing bhakti for 11 years, with the majority of that time spent between Temple communities in India and northern NSW, Australia. To this day chanting is still the main priority in her life. She loves being part of others’ journey to bhakti. If you ever want to have a chat and share your journey, she would love to hear from you!

Matanga

Disillusioned by the modern hype of materialism and having experimented with many spiritual practices, Matanga got his first experience of a solid practice of spiritual life in a dedicated ISKCON community in Italy. Matanga quickly developed great enthusiasm and taste for ascetic life and is currently a full-time monk, residing and teaching bhakti yoga in New York City.

Tulsi

Born in Sofia, Bulgaria Tulsi joined in 1998. He holds Bhakti-sastri, Bhaktivaibhava, and Bhaktivedanta degrees from the Mayapur Institute, a renowned center of bhakti yoga that teaches both the theory and practical aspects of the philosophy. He has made India his permanent home and since 2005 he lives predominantly in Sridham Mayapur where he works at the Bhaktivedanta Academy.

Patrik (Padma)

Patrick “Padmanabha” joined the Hare Krishna movement in Sydney in 2003 after traveling through India, Nepal, Thailand, and Malaysia. A spiritual seeker originally from the Netherlands, he found answers in the Krishna conscious philosophy. He likes the idea of being an eternal spirit soul. Padma manages the Govinda Valley retreat, an intentional yoga community in Sydney. He enjoys cooking, joking, music, and talking to people about the meaning of life.

Lalita Gopika

Lalita has been practicing bhakti for 11 years, with the majority of that time spent between Temple communities in India and northern NSW, Australia. To this day chanting is still the main priority in her life. She loves being part of others’ journey to bhakti. If you ever want to have a chat and share your journey, she would love to hear from you!

Matanga

Disillusioned by the modern hype of materialism and having experimented with many spiritual practices, Matanga got his first experience of a solid practice of spiritual life in a dedicated ISKCON community in Italy. Matanga quickly developed great enthusiasm and taste for ascetic life and is currently a full-time monk, residing and teaching bhakti yoga in New York City.

Tulsi

Born in Sofia, Bulgaria Tulsi joined in 1998. He holds Bhakti-sastri, Bhaktivaibhava, and Bhaktivedanta degrees from the Mayapur Institute, a renowned center of bhakti yoga that teaches both the theory and practical aspects of the philosophy. He has made India his permanent home and since 2005 he lives predominantly in Sridham Mayapur where he works at the Bhaktivedanta Academy.

Patrik (Padma)

Patrick “Padmanabha” joined the Hare Krishna movement in Sydney in 2003 after traveling through India, Nepal, Thailand, and Malaysia. A spiritual seeker originally from the Netherlands, he found answers in the Krishna conscious philosophy. He likes the idea of being an eternal spirit soul. Padma manages the Govinda Valley retreat, an intentional yoga community in Sydney. He enjoys cooking, joking, music, and talking to people about the meaning of life.

Your Life,
Your Answers

Want to live your purpose but aren’t certain where to begin?
It’s never been easier!

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We utilize a blend of live one-on-one or group coaching sessions on request and recorded audio/video and text materials, which you can go through at your own pace. This lets you manage your schedule, progress at your own pace and seek just the level of support you feel you need.

The demands on our time are ever-increasing, and it can feel like it’s just never the right time to get started on those goals and passion projects. Meditation with the Hare Krishna maha-mantra with guidance, will help you to prioritize properly, overcome procrastination and learn new techniques to manage your time most effectively. You are under no pressure or obligation to spend any time on anything you don’t find productive. Your coach is there to help you maximize the impact of your meditation and support you through any challenges.

Like we mentioned above, we are not in it for the money. If you feel that we are offering something of value to you, join our “seva membership” program using this link or volunteer with us to keep the service going. We offer coaching sessions for students once a month, however “seva members” can access our coaches constantly.

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