Difference between Jnana-mishra and Uttama Bhakti

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Question: In the Brhad Bhagavatamrta, part one, chapter five, text 16-17, Sanatana Gosvami writes in his Digdarsini commentary that “uttamaa visuddhaa vaa prema-laksanaa vaa...   Read More

Bhagavan’s External Energy

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Question: I was reading the Tattva Sandarbha edition that was translated by you. In anuccheda 31 you have commented that: “In the Bhagavad-gita  (7.5)...   Read More

Ksetrajna, Atma and Prakriti

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Question: What exactly is the ksetrajna in terms of the Samkhya tattva categories? Answer: Ksetrajna and atma are synonyms. The conditioned atma is called...   Read More

Do We Need a Guru?

Question: May I kindly ask for a few minutes of your time to clarify the topic which I’ve come across recently while reading a...   Read More

Conceptions of God and His Energy

Question: In Western theology there’s a prominent concept that God is almighty and can do anything. I think that’s not exactly wrong, but a...   Read More

Happiness and Suffering

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Question: Is there any difference between the happiness and distress caused by karma and the happiness and distress that are caused by the Lord’s...   Read More

Knowledge, the Lord’s Mercy

The Process of Attaining Knowledge Question:  If sattva leads to jnana, then why does everyone’s knowledge differ in seeing the same thing when they...   Read More

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    Have you ever seen a camel grazing? It goes here and there for food and it never comes back. Similarly, our mind is like a camel mind, running here and there and it never comes home. Our mind is going somewhere all time time, getting the food of raga (like) and dvesha (dislike). That is its food. It is getting its energy from that. We are always moving in the grooves of like and dislike. We have to bring it back from there. That is the sadhana. Are you in yourself or are you somewhere else?

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