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Purusottama Vrata – Prabhuji 04 October 2020

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Primary Path – Harinama-cintamani

In sādhu-saṅga, one can realize that one is kṛṣṇa-dāsa, the servant of Kṛṣṇa; not māyā-dāsa, the servant of Māyā. By meeting with sādhus, one can get liberation from māyā. Then one will fully engage his mind, words, and actions in God’s service. This is possible for those with sukṛti.

Snehamrta – Govinda-lilamrta

We are very lucky to be in Vṛndāvana, under guidance of the Vaiṣṇavas and Guru-pāda-padma, trying to drink a little of this nectar of govinda-līlā. If one drop of this enters the heart, then the heart will be very clean. Nothing else can clean the contaminated heart. We begin the third chapter of Govinda-līlāmṛta, praying to the sad gosvāmīs, to the Aṣṭa-kavirāja, Cauṣati Mahānta, the whole guru-varga, Śrī Vraja-dhāma and all the Vrajavāsīs for a drop of this nectar to enter our hearts. A drop is all that is needed. If just one drop comes in the heart, one's life will be successful.

Kṛṣṇa Dainya-bodhika Prārthanā

Narottama dāsa Ṭhākura is praying like this. He thinks, “I want to always be absorbed in thoughts of Kṛṣṇa in Vraja-bhūmi, but the six dacoits—kāma (lust), krodha (anger), lobha (greed), moha (attachment), mada (pride) and mātsarya (envy)—repeatedly catch me and steal my precious spiritual wealth. They are always polluting my intelligence. They are like powerful generals in Māyā-devī’s army...

Srila Acaryadeva in Mursidabada

On the third day, Srila Acaryadeva delivered another profound lecture at the same place. The subject was ‘The original nature of vaisnava-dharma’. Lawyers, teachers and other educated people of the city were fascinated by his lecture, which was replete with the truths of Vedanta. On the special request of these people, Srila Acaryadeva...

The Agony of Departure – Govinda Lilamrta

He comes to torment and chastise Them. He is the cause of Their parting and the intense burning They feel in Their hearts. The sun’s illumination is not merely an inert source of light or heat. The sun’s brilliance and fierce heat is a form of Radha-Krishna’s love for each other. He is born from the burning agony of separation the Divine Couple feel, knowing They must part in the day. When night approaches, Radha-Krishna’s hearts cool with the knowledge They will soon be together without inhibition. This mood in Their hearts manifests outwardly as the moon....

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