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Bhakti-tirtha – A Review of the First Semester

The first semester of the Jiva Bhakti-tirtha course has been successfully completed. Babaji started this program in the autumn of 2016 with around 30...   Read More

Inauguration of the Bhakti Tirtha Course at Jiva

The room was full of excitement as Babaji’s 40 students for his Bhakti Tirtha course eagerly awaited his appearance. Even Babaji’s two brothers, Rishipal ji and Dr. Chauhan made the two-hour drive from Faridabad for this special occasion.

Jiva-Student Hostel Under Construction

By Joshika Devi Dasi This summer, I have the good fortune to spend two months with Babaji and Jaya in Vrindavan. I took leave...   Read More

Vrindavan Retreat on Ayurveda and Spirituality

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From August 13th to 15th 2016, Jiva Institute will offer a Vrindavan Retreat that promises “A  Unique Insight into Wellbeing from Ayurvedic Perspective” held by Dr. Partap...   Read More

Update: Bhakti-tirtha Course 2016

The first Bhakti-tirtha Course at Jiva Institute will be inaugurated on 16th October 2016. His Holiness Srivata Gosvami of Radha-raman Mandir will be the...   Read More

Bhakti-tirtha Course at Jiva Institute in October 2016

In India, there are two types of spiritual organizations, one is called parampara and the other is called sant-mat. A parampara is based on...   Read More

Śrī Guru Darśanam – New Publication

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On the occasion of Śrī Haridāsa Śāstrī Mahārāja's Tirobhava Mahotsava at Kalidaha on October 14th, a new book was published and presented:Śrī Guru Darśanam - An Anthology of Questions and Answers with Śrī Śrī Haridāsa Śāstrī Mahārāja Navatīrtha

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    Jiva has its own identity, separate from Bhagavan. If Bhagavan and Jiva are absolutely one, then there can’t be a relationship between worshipper and the worshipped, or master and servant, or lover and the beloved. For a relationship there must be two distinct individuals with their separate identities.  Advaitavada says that in the ultimate stage there is no distinction between Jiva and Brahman.  We don’t agree.

    — Babaji Satyanarayana Dasa
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