Protection of the Dhāma and Dharma

Question: I have read and heard that Lord Śiva always protects the holy dhāma where Lord Kṛṣṇa has performed His pastime. What sort of...   Read More

New Publication: Daily Deliberations Workbook

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Jiva Institute just released Daily Deliberations for Peace of Mind and Healthy Relations. It is an introspection workbook that one can use to stay...   Read More

On the Theory of Evolution—A Dialogue

(Transcript from a conversation) Scientist: In the Sarva-saṁvādinī, Śrī Jīva Gosvāmī quotes Vācaspati Miśra from the Bhāmati. Vācaspati Miśra is considering ordinary sense perception...   Read More

Sanskrit Classes at Jiva Institute

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By Vinode Vani Devi Dasi As we move into 2018 during year two of the Bhakti-tirtha course, our residential students have comfortably settled into the...   Read More

Success Is where Krishna Is

Bhagavad Gītā begins with Arjuna’s dilemma – whether to fight or to abandon the battle. Arjuna is leaning toward giving up arms and abandoning...   Read More

Other Religions in View of the Bhāgavata

QUESTION: I am wondering if you are able to shed any light on Jīva Gosvāmī's (or any other important pre-colonial Gauḍīya Vaiṣṇava author) views on non-Vedically aligned traditions, such as those of Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, etc. 

Jīva Gosvāmi’s Disappearance Celebration at Jiva

Today the Tirobhāva Mahotsava for Śrī Jīva Gosvāmī Prabhupāda held at Jiva Institute. The following is an excerpt from the talk by Satyanarayana das Babaji...   Read More

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    The senses come from inside, residing in the subtle body. The senses need sense organs in the physical body to function. The sense of sight lies in your subtle body, so you cannot see without the visible eyes that reside in the gross body. That is why ghosts like to possess a gross body and then enjoy through the sense organs of the possessed.

    — Babaji Satyanarayana Dasa
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