Three meanings of spring, as applied to bhakti
Apr29

Three meanings of spring, as applied to bhakti

Bhakti is a spring: Just as an object kept on a coil is sprung by the energy of that coil, we too are sprung by the power of bhakti…

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What differentiates spiritualists from materialists is not absence of pain but presence of healing
Feb08

What differentiates spiritualists from materialists is not absence of pain but presence of healing

Some people ask spiritualists, “You go through the same problems as we do – what do you gain by your spiritual practices?”…

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Spiritual knowledge is not just propositional – it is also transformational
Sep07

Spiritual knowledge is not just propositional – it is also transformational

Some people downplay spiritual knowledge, deeming it merely propositional. They hold that various teachers make various…

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See religion not as a cultural phenomenon, but as a spiritual process
Oct09

See religion not as a cultural phenomenon, but as a spiritual process

People in various parts of the world often follow different religions. Even if they are affiliated to the same religion,…

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Gita 09.02 explained

Link to purport by A C Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada Transcript of Bhakti-Shastri class on this verse by Chaitanya…

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Practice bhakti for experience, not expedience
Apr22

Practice bhakti for experience, not expedience

Those brought up or living in a devotional culture may go through the motions of bhakti for expedience’s sake, for example,…

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