Anuccheda 157 Offenses Make One Materially Oriented We will now discuss the third effect of aparādha—namely, absorption in other objects that erode one’s faith...   Read More


Anuccheda 155 Offense Leads To Faithlessness Now we will discuss aśraddhā, faithlessness, which is the second of the five primary effects of aparādha. After...   Read More


[The explanation of kauṭilya, or crookedness, is continued here.] Similarly, the devotees of Bhagavān also bless those who are simple-hearted yet ignorant, but not those who are crooked and scholarly, as Śrī Camasa told King Nimi:


Commentary by Satyanarayana Dasa (on Anuccheda 153, see previous post): After showing the purifying power even of a semblance of bhakti, Śrī Jīva goes...   Read More


By Satyanarayana Dasa In Bhakti Sandarbha, Śrī Jīva Gosvāmī discusses the supreme potency of bhakti. He writes that even a semblance of bhakti, bhaktyābhāsa, has...   Read More

Different Types of Chanting

QUESTION: I have a few questions that are important to me. It would be very kind of you to speak to them. Of the sādhanāṅga…...   Read More

Vedic Psychology – OFFENSIVE DEVOTEE

QUESTION: I am having a very hard time processing feelings of anger and disgust toward a fellow devotee. I have been in the company...   Read More

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