The Root Cause of Anartha in Bhakti

  Question: What is anartha in the process of bhakti? Answer: The word anartha is a negation of artha. It is a compound word...   Read More

Karma, Guru–Disciple, Mantra-diksha

Question: What is the use of karma if person cannot remember what he has done wrong in a past life, but his karma fructifies this...   Read More

Presence of Paramatma, Spiritual Destinations

Question: Is Paramātmā present within the ātmā or the soul? I understand that Paramātmā is present along with the soul in the material bodies,...   Read More

Shastra Quiz 19

This quiz is designed to motivate you to study the Gauḍīya Vaiṣṇava scriptures in specific, and the Sad Darshanas in general, which are necessary...   Read More

Memory and Imagination—Boon or Curse?

Human beings are special because of their inner senses which have the ability to function in the past and future. Progress in humanity, material...   Read More

Tattva Sandarbha Plagiarized?

Recently a devotee approached us and claimed that Babaji’s edition of Tattva Sandarbha and that of HG Gopiparanadhana prabhu are almost identical, which he...   Read More

Self- and Brahman Realization

Questions & AnswersComments Off on Self- and Brahman Realization

Question: How can the jīva be a witness of the mind if the mind is the very instrument through which the jīva’s knowledge capacity...   Read More

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    You should have one desire, and that is that you want prema. Then you should work to fulfill that desire, no matter what obstacle comes your way. Stay focused and fixed on this goal. Make this your resolve. Every morning take a deep breath in, and then push all of the air out out of your lungs. And just when you feel like you are about to die, resolve mentally, ‘I want Krishna prema – nothing else.’ Do this five times each morning and also five times at night before sleeping.

    — Babaji Satyanarayana Dasa
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