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  • https://iskcondesiretree.com/profiles/blogs/2103886:BlogPost:2859116

    Prem Ras Madira
    Kishore! Tore charanan ki bali Jaun. Oh, Kishoriji! I sacrifice my 'everything' on Your lotus-feet. Jin yuga-charanan arunima-upama, pachihari nahin…
  • https://iskcondesiretree.com/profiles/blogs/guru-2

    Guru
    Guru is the door to spiritual liberation, but it is the aspirant who has to enter it through niskama karma- righteous words, thoughts and actions per…
  • https://iskcondesiretree.com/profiles/blogs/prayer-to-god

    Prayer to God
    O Sustainer of the universe, O Commiserator of the afflicted, O Purifier of the fallen, O Almighty Lord, O Befriender of the meek, O Narayana, O Hari…
  • https://iskcondesiretree.com/profiles/blogs/offering-of-self-to-god

    Offering of Self to God
    The subject of self-offering to God should be critically analysed and examined. The word 'self' here means all the three bodies ( physical, subtle an…
  • https://iskcondesiretree.com/profiles/blogs/meditation-1

    Meditation
    Meditate on Sri Hari enjoying His repast in the company of cowherd-boys in a forest-bower on the banks of the Jamuna. He is seated cross-legged under…
  • Bhagavad Gita: chapter 2 Verse 18

    " Only the material body is perishable, the embodied soul within is indestructible, immeasurable and eternal. Therefore, fight, O descendent of Bharat."

  • Bhagavad Gita: chapter 2 Verse 15

    " O Arjun, noblest amongst men, that person who is not affected by happiness and distress, and remains steady in both, becomes eligible for liberation."

  • Bhagavad Gita: chapter 2 Verse 14

    "O son of kunti, the contact between the senses and the sense objects gives rise to fleeting perceptions of happiness and distress. These are non-permanent, and come and go like the winter and summer seasons. O descendent of Bharat, one must learn to tolerate them without being disturbed."

  • Hare Krishna Dvp. To all Members

  • hare krishna

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"The Complete Science of Bhakti-Yoga PART 6B " BY SRILA PRABHUPADA .

Pradyumna: (reading:) "...Krsna we refer to the Supreme Personality of Godhead, along with His many expansions. He is expanded by His plenary part and parcels, His differentiated parts and parcels, and His different energies. Krsna, in other words, means everything and includes everything. Generally, however, we should understand Krsna to mean Krsna and His personal expansions. Krsna expands Himself as Baladeva, Sankarsana, Vasudeva, Aniruddha, Pradyumna, Rama, Nrsimha, and Varaha, as well as…

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"The Complete Science of Bhakti-Yoga PART 6A " BY SRILA PRABHUPADA .

This knowledge, Vedic knowledge, is received by parampara system. Just like Krsna said to sun-god,imam vivasvate yogamproktavan aham avyayamvivasvan manave prahamanur iksvakave 'bravit[Bg. 4.1]evam parampara-praptamimam rajarsayo viduh[Bg. 4.2]Krsna said that "This yoga system, first of all I explained to the sun-god, and he explained to his son, Manu, and Manu explained to his son, Iskvaku. In this way, by the parampara system, by the disciplic succession, the knowledge is coming." Sa kaleneha…

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"The Complete Science of Bhakti-Yoga PART 5 " BY SRILA PRABHUPADA .

Similarly, yogis, they also want power, material power. Anima laghima siddhi. Asta-siddhi. So if you have some power, you can fly in the air, you can walk over the water, you can get anything you desire immediately. These are yoga-siddhi. So that is also satisfying own sense gratification. So except bhakti, everything is for sense gratification. That is unfavorable. Krsna does not want to satisfy anyone's senses. That is not Krsna's business. Krsna is the Supreme. He wants everyone should serve…

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"The Complete Science of Bhakti-Yoga PART 4" BY SRILA PRABHUPADA .

When one has got that vision, transcendental vision, samah sarvesu bhutesu mad-bhakti, then the devotional service begins. Not that with blunt eyes and senses one can serve God, devotional service.atah sri-krsna-namadina bhaved grahyam indriyaihsevonmukhe hi jihvadausvayam eva sphuraty adah[Cc. Madhya 17.136]This is the process. So when our senses are engaged in the service of the Lord, sarvopadhi-vinirmuktam tat-paratvena nirmalam [Cc. Madhya 19.170], when our senses become purified, hrsikena…

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