Vrindavan Retreat – A  Unique Insight into Wellbeing from Ayurvedic Perspective 

Vrindavan Retreat – A  Unique Insight into Wellbeing from Ayurvedic Perspective 

Date: 13th to 15th August, 2016 Understanding the dynamics of Wellbeing  Modern living offers us many comforts and luxuries. In the last two decades, our pace of life has been increasing constantly. New gadgets and instruments have been invented which help us work faster and travel to distant pla ...

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Possessed by Ghosts or Vata Disturbance?

Possessed by Ghosts or Vata Disturbance?

Question: Can someone be possessed by ghosts without the hysteria, wild, scary symptoms, without even knowing this? Answer: Very interesting question. Yes, the ghost can be a quiet one, not a Poltergeist. Question: But can someone be possessed by Krishna and sometimes by ghosts? Answer: No. That is ...

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Relation between Jiva and Siddha Deha – Part 2

Relation between Jiva and Siddha Deha – Part 2

Question: Presently, we’re studying SB 1.6.28 wherein the topic of receiving (prayujyamāne) the sidda-deha is being described by Nārada. I’ve been hearing your 1st Canto lectures as well to help our study. This topic of siddha-deha lead to many questions, given the siddha-deha is ete ...

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Relation between Jiva and Siddha Deha – Part 1

Relation between Jiva and Siddha Deha – Part 1

Question: When the atma attains Vaikuntha, he/she gets a spiritual form which is different from its form in this material world (1/10,000 the size of the tip of hair). How can we say that atma undergoes no modifications? Answer:  Getting a spiritual body is not a modification of atma, just as getti ...

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Chanting the Name without Offense

Chanting the Name without Offense

Question: Cakravarti Thakur writes: “Even so, the Yamadutas, the messengers of Yamaraj, are powerless to attack anyone who chant the Holy Name, even offenders, for the Bhagavatam says, “[These devotees] do not see Yama’s noose-bearing servants even in their dreams, for they are free from ...

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