Jiva Institute Digital Library

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We are pleased to announce the launch of Jiva Institute Digital Library where you can watch daily class on Srimad Bhagavatam at your convenience....   Read More

Seminars on “Art of Love”

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One day seminar in New York on July 9th and five day seminar in Western Massachusetts at Kripalu in September: If you are serious about love, then you need to know what it takes to attain it. This workshop will teach you the alpha and omega of pure love and dispel all misconceptions.

Proper Use of Tulasi Leaves

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Question: I’d like to ask you about Tulasi in order to avoid using Her leaves for material purposes. I have often heard that Tulasi...   Read More

Questions on Ekadasi

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This section presents a selection of questions and answers with Babaji Satyanarayana Dasa on a variety of topics on Vaishnava philosophy and culture. The postings will be updated regularly. Questions may also be submitted through this webpage.

Gross and Subtle Bodies

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Question: I want to ask about the material energy … more specifically the bodies which are made up of material energy: If we are...   Read More

Short Questions and Answers

1. Thinking of Krishna at the Time of Death Q: Is going to Goloka (Krishna’s transcendental abode) really as simple and mechanical as visualizing...   Read More

Identity versus Cancer

by Satyanarayana Dasa: Everybody has the innate desire to be healthy, happy and immortal. Yet everybody experiences sickness, sadness and death. By nature we are healthy and sickness is an abnormal state. The word for healthy is svastha or ‘situated in the self’. Thus, being unhealthy or sick means ...

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