Grace of a Devotee As Primary Cause of Bhakti

We have heard the famous payār from Caitanya Caritāmṛta—guru-kṛṣṇa-prasāde pāye bhakti-latā-bīja—“one gets the seed of bhakti creeper by the grace of guru and Kṛṣṇa.”...   Read More

Bhakti Defined—Glimpses into Bhakti Sandarbha

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A word has a meaning, and often it may even many meanings. If we want to undersand the meaning of a sentence, we need...   Read More

Vedic Perspective on Sex and Niyoga

Question: Please explain the Vedic perspective on sex within marriage. Is the couple permitted to have a certain amount of sex? Answer: From the...   Read More

Beyond Logic: The Law of Karma

Question: It seems to me that the law of karma does not adequately explain individuality and differences in phenomenal existence. We need to invoke...   Read More

The Significance of Guru-pūrṇimā

Everyone is born in ignorance. Therefore, everyone is blind without a teacher to guide him. A mother is the first teacher of a child....   Read More

Science and Spirituality

The following is a conversation between Babaji and a devotee scientist Scientist: What is the difference between science and spirituality, and can these two...   Read More

Offenses at the Stage of Bhāva

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Question: It seems that anyone who has doubts cannot completely believe in the words of śāstra. In SB 1.2.21 it is said that doubts...   Read More

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    Does this theory have any proof that there is no God? Just because you haven’t seen God doesn’t mean that he does not exist. I haven’t seen the North Pole, but it exists. And, whatever exists around you has been created by somebody. Nothing exists without a creator. This world came into existence and thus must have a creator. Nothing material happens just by itself, without a cause.

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