Audio Katha Gopal campu Gopal-campu, Sastras, 2.19 - Prabhuji, 18 Jan 2021

Gopal-campu, Sastras, 2.19 – Prabhuji, 18 Jan 2021

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We have told from the beginning that, without bhajana, no one can be happy. Actually, we are not this physical body. We are different from this body. But by the illusory energy of Krsna, we are thinking that we are this body. The happiness and problems we experience come from the mind. But actually, this is illusory. We are the eternal servants of Krsna. But we have forgotten Him. And that is why the illusory maya has covered over us, and we are thinking that we are this body. And whatever we do is not to please Krsna, but rather, to be pleased ourselves. But this is quite wrong. You cannot be happy independently. This has been true since time immemorial...


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