Eternal Associates of Śrī Kṛṣṇa

Question: Are all the 16000 queens of Dvārakā nitya-siddhas, like the eight prime queens of Kṛṣṇa? I’m curious to know if there are some...   Read More

Spiritual Names and Their Powers

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Question:  The second nāmāparādha, mentioned in Padma Purāṇa, Brahma-khaṇḍa 25.15, says: “One who sees differences between any of Lord Śiva’s qualities and names and...   Read More

Liberated and Empowered Beings

Question: Is there any difference between objects which are originally from svarūpa-śakti and those that are tādātmya prāpta (iron in contact with fire acts like...   Read More

I Am the Cause of my Problems

We tend to think that only poor people suffer, and incorrectly assume that the affluent do not. However, the fact is that everyone suffers,...   Read More

Chitta, Perception of the Self, Sudarśana

Question: My question is regarding the concept of citta, which you present as the “unconscious mind”. On many occasions, I have heard/read that what...   Read More

Guru Pūrṇimā—An Offering of Love

The auspicious day of Guru Pūrṇimā falls on the full moon day in the month of Āṣāḍha (June-July) as per the Hindu calendar. It...   Read More

How to Understand Dhruva’s Rage?

Question: What can explain Dhruva’s rage in attacking all the puṇya-jana upadevas in revenge for his brother? Answer: What is there to explain? If...   Read More

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    If you have seen a crane, he looks very nice standing on one leg like a great yogi meditating. But internally, he is only standing like that to catch a fish. Hypocrisy is like that. Outside you pose as a nice, gentle person. But inside you are cruel because you want to play a trick on a nice, innocent being. Krishna tears the beak to show what is inside.

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