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Wisdom Talks - Q&A Session with Devaki Mataji

Sat, 19 Feb


Live Online and Zürich CVS, Seminar Room

Wisdom Talks - Q&A Session with Devaki Mataji

In this Q&A session we will be discussing the topic of sheltering relationships as well as spiritual life in general.

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Time & Location

19 Feb 2022, 16:30 – 18:00 CET

Live Online and Zürich CVS, Seminar Room, Bergstrasse 54, 8032 Zürich, Switzerland

About The Event

Mother Devaki is known for her deep knowledge of bhakti-yoga, topics regarding devotee care, sheltering relationships, spiritual culture, and coaching in spiritual life in general.

In this physical and online Q&A session we will be discussing the topic of sheltering relationships as well as spiritual life in general.

Wisdom Talks encourage spiritual seekers to enquire more about spiritual life and the path of bhakti by approaching various spiritual teachers and leaders and by establishing more personal relationships with them.

The Q&A event will take place on February 19 starting at 4:30 PM until approx. 6:00 PM.

Facilitator: Devaki devi dasi

Language: English

Location: Bergstrasse 54, 8032 Zürich (+ Live Online)

Price: Free admission (donations are welcome)

Live online

The event will be also broadcasted online, please kindly register to receive an event link and get the opportunity to watch the event and ask your question(s) in live chat.

About facilitator

Mother Devaki was born in Germany in 1958 and after a long journey of searching, joined ISKCON in Sydney, Australia in 1985. She is a disciple of HH Niranjana Swami. She preached in various countries starting with Riga, Latvia and the former Soviet Union where she helped to pioneer the first more organised temple. In 1999 she became a renounced travelling preacher, spending 6 months per year in India and Bangladesh and other six months in various countries around western Europe, Ukraine, Moldova, Canada. In Ukraine she has served under the expert guidance of HH Niranjana Swami, spreading the culture of care for the past 20 years: on a personal level serving as a spiritual guide and mentor to many devotees, by assisting devotees to become spiritual guides themselves, and by lecturing and conducting seminars. She helped to establish Bhakti Sangam Festivals in various countries and is regularly conducting Holy Name Retreats. She was serving for several years as a member of the GBC Committee for Devotee Care and she promotes care of every ISKCON devotee to the highest level of priority in our movement. In March 2014 she established the Institute for Spiritual Culture ( She is an author of four wonderful books; “Spiritual Culture - Krishna’s Divine System”, “Sheltering relationships - The Foundation to Devotee Care”, “The False Ego - Our Constant Companion and Troublemaker”, and “Entering the Grihastha Ashrama”.

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