CONTACT THE HAPPY JIVA MONKS!
If you have any general questions or inquiries, just fill out and submit the contact form below. Alternatively, if you want to ask The Happy Jiva Team any specific questions, check out our links in the buttons below. We would love to hear from you!
I would like to donate to your cause. How would my contribution be spent?
The Happy Jiva Monks would like to appreciate gratitude and thanks to anyone who helps us in our endeavour to spread spiritual knowledge for the upliftment of humanity.
I would like to invite The Happy Jiva Team to my area to run programs. What's involved?
We always welcome the opportunity to travel and meet nice people who want to learn more about Krishna Consciousness.
Who are The Happy Jiva Monks?
Please refer to the "About Us" section on the homepage of our website.
What are the Bhakti Yoga texts about?
The Bhakti Yoga texts are authentic knowledge books which were compiled by great self-controlled sages in Sanskrit over 5000 years ago. Since then, the knowledge has been passed down in an unbroken chain of teacher and student until the present day. While some of the Bhakti texts are extremely popular (such as the Bhagavad Gita and the Srimad Bhagavatam), others are less well known.
Is it possible to help out and join the team?
Sure, why not! We're always looking for people to help expand the network of spiritual seekers. Stress, anxiety, depression and the like are so prevalent in today's society and people are looking for a positive alternative in how to live life. You could help us by running programs and cultivating a community of people in your own area under our guidance. Another way you can help us is by publicising and distributing the Bhakti Wisdom texts in your own way. There are many ways and we are keen to help and guide you.
Can I become a monk?
Often times people are not fully informed about monk culture and values. The life of a monk is one of taking responsibility for oneself as well as for the spiritual wellbeing of others. A core emphasis in any monk tradition consists of maintaining purity of purpose through celibacy. Monks are traditionally single and not married. We hope people can appreciate our choice in life in order to pursue a greater cause. Consequently, we do encourage those seeking to embrace a dynamic and adventurous spiritual lifestyle to contact us to discuss further (email@example.com).
How do you support yourselves?
The life of a monk is all about simple living and high thinking - it's a different kind of wealth. We keep our personal maintenance to a minimum and are content and blissful with that! :) Financially, we mostly get by through the distribution of our books as well as through kind and generous contributions by our well wishers and supporters. Many of these well wishers are people who recieve books from us.