Paramātma Sandarbha Released!

The third book of the Ṣaṭ Sandarbhas has just been released and is available now in our Online-Store.It is an elaborate essay on the...   Read More

VEDIC PSYCHOLOGY – ON OVEREATING

QUESTION: I don’t know what to do on my overeating issue. I am obese. I work-out, but the eating…  I was raped as a...   Read More

The Place of Women in the Bhakti Movement

Question:  I personally appreciate the role of women within the bhakti movement in general and within the Vaiṣṇavism in particular. But sometimes I wonder...   Read More

Women in Vedic Culture

Question: Are women less intelligent? Answer: This is a vague question, I must say.  Intelligence is multifaceted; there are various types of intelligence. According...   Read More

Spiritual Traditions in Gaudiya Vaishnavism

Question: I have done spiritual research especially on Gaudiya Vaishnava philosophy for several years and would like to clarify a few things. First, are...   Read More

Jiva-Student Hostel Under Construction

By Joshika Devi Dasi This summer, I have the good fortune to spend two months with Babaji and Jaya in Vrindavan. I took leave...   Read More

Bhagavān Is Not Biased (Part 2)

Commentary on Paramātma Sandarbha, Anuccheda 93, by Satyanarayana Dasa Śrī Jīva now responds to the second objection regarding the accusation that Bhagavān is biased....   Read More

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    Bhakti is like asking you to burn your house, but who would like to do that? Bhakti is difficult to follow because you have to change. Krishna says nobody really knows me. I know everybody, and nobody knows me. To know him you have to destroy your palace. And what opens to you is a new world that is most amazing, most wonderful and you wonder why didn’t I do this before? Why didn’t I get rid of this nonsense?

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