What is mental sickness? (Mental health series 2)
Aug03

What is mental sickness? (Mental health series 2)

Mental sickness centers essentially on a significant misalignment between reality and our perception of reality. This…

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Our activities may need to be spaced out, but we don’t need to be spaced out
Oct21

Our activities may need to be spaced out, but we don’t need to be spaced out

The word “spaced out” can refer to our actions or to our consciousness. When we have a lot of things to do, especially demanding…

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Goodness and ignorance may seem similar in action, but they are antipodal in disposition
Dec25

Goodness and ignorance may seem similar in action, but they are antipodal in disposition

The Bhagavad-gita outlines how everything in material existence can be analyzed in terms of the three modes of material nature: goodness, passion and ignorance. Those in goodness and those in ignorance may look similar when they are seated quietly on similar seats.

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The lower our consciousness, the lesser is our contribution
Jun20

The lower our consciousness, the lesser is our contribution

When we live in a fast-paced activity-centered culture, we may wonder whether we are wasting our time by practicing spiritual…

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We need to come at least slightly out of ignorance to realize that we are in ignorance
Dec12

We need to come at least slightly out of ignorance to realize that we are in ignorance

When people are a little drunk, they can understand that they are intoxicated and need to be careful – they shouldn’t drive,…

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Gita 14.13 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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