The sixth verse will make it clear that the cause of the ātmā’s union with prakṛti is his own inclination towards and infatuation with... Read More
By Satyanarayana Dasa: This article describes the nature of the individual living being (jīva). It is based on a commentary on verses three through seven of the 26th Chapter of the Third Canto of Śrīmad Bhāgavatam by Śri Vīrarāghava Ācārya of the Śrī-sampradāya. I have included my own explanatory statements where required.
by JoAn Street: I spent three weeks at Jiva Institute in Vrindavan India during the month of Kartik this past fall of 2013. The purpose was to help implement a permaculture design that was done the previous year by Rico Zook, a wise pioneer of permaculture and two of his Indian students
Question: How is jnana dependent on bhakti? Does it mean a jnani has to practice bhakti along with his practice of jnana to be... Read More
Question: Srila Prabhupada said many times in his books that while dreaming the soul in his subtle body “goes places”. At least that is... Read More
Question: What is the factual punishment for meat eaters in Kaliyuga? The reason for our question is that in some cases it appears to... Read More