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

Bhagavān Is Not Biased (Part 1)

By Satyanarayana Dasa The following article is part of Anuccheda 93 of Paramātma Sandarbha and my commentary (which will be posted next week). This...   Read More

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    Mother is the first guru. The mother is 1,000 times more important than the father because she keeps the baby in the womb, and later nourishes her physically as well as mentally. Thus mother supplies both the hardware as well as the software of the baby. The baby absorbs the mother’s emotions like a sponge. This gets programmed in the chitta of the baby, and influences her character for the rest of her life.

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