Śrīla Prabhupāda Uvāca 13 –
One evening, while seated in his garden, Śrīla Prabhupāda sat with his back very straight and his eyes widened.
“Govindam ādi-puruṣaṁ tam ahaṁ bhajāmi,” he chanted. “This is our pride. We are servants to the most regal person, Kṛṣṇa. Everyone is a servant, but our pride is that we are servants to Kṛṣṇa. Govindam ādi-puruṣaṁ tam ahaṁ bhajāmi.” more> http://vedabase.com/en/spu/13
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Material nature is bound by past and future due to the influence of time factor, but the transcendental energy or the absolute reality is free from inebrieties like past and future. The most wonderful thing about It is that It exists eternally in the present.
This spiritual reality, the transcendental existence, is beyond the realm of sense perception, as well as mundane words and mental faculty. The truth is that any attempt to describe this reality will merely result in the commission of some grievous offense. This transcendental reality is devoid of any discrepancies or mistakes, and everything there finds . . . → Read More: Spiritual Truth is Transcendental to the Influence of Matter
The Bhagavad-gita and other scriptures speak about the quality of personality, the quality of character being extremely important, with regard to yoga practice and self-realization.
I know this well in my own life. We learn from the saints how our minds are covered to one degree or the other, with layers of past thinking patterns, modes of feeling, attitudes, etc.
These layers can be helpful to spiritual love and God consciousness or not. In many case they are not favorable. The lustfulness for fleshly pleasures, selfish tendencies manifesting in lack of concern for others, laziness, etc. All of this can . . . → Read More: World War III Inside Our Hearts
Some Information About Shrila Vyasadeva Divine Author of All Vedic Scripture
“When the second millenium (‘Dwarpa Yuga’) overlapped the third (‘Treta Yuga’), the great sage Shrila Vyasadeva was born to Parashara Muni in the womb of Satyati, the daughter of Vasu (the fisherman).” (Shrimad Bhagavatam 1:4:14.). In Shrila Vyasa’s childhood he was called Krishna, because of his dark complexion, and because he was born on an island at the confluence of the Sati and Mati Rivers he was called Dwaipayana. After dividing the Vedas he got the name Veda Vyasa. There are some who say that . . . → Read More: Srila Vyasadeva – Author of Vedas
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From Brahma Samhita by Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati – Spiritual Teacher of the Brahma-Madhva Sampradaya -
The materialistic demeanor cannot possibly stretch to the transcendental autocrat who is ever inviting the fallen conditioned souls to associate with Him through devotion or eternal serving mood. The phenomenal attractions are often found to tempt sentient beings to enjoy the variegated position which is opposed to undifferenced monism.
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