Question: Since we have been ”associated” with the subtle body since the beginning of time – does this mean we have always been subject... Read More
The word yoga has two somewhat different meanings. One meaning is to unite, the other meaning is to be distinct from everything else, thus... Read More
The following text has been published on the website of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Internationally-Acclaimed Indian Scholar To Teach Hindu Studies... Read More
The Upanishads are part of the Vedas, the oldest scriptures of the world. There are four Vedas, namely the Rig, Sama, Yajur and Atharva... Read More
Question: How can there be samanjasa rati [selfless love satisfying worldly standards of righteous conduct], and sadharani rati [related to one’s desire to receive... Read More
by Satyanarayana Dasa: Nobody likes to be put into trouble. At least I do not know anyone who would relish being faced with misery. After the trouble is over, we may see that problematic event as an occasion for learning, though while undergoing the experience, we wish it would end as quickly as
Question: Does Yashoda know that Krishna is God? Answer: There is no need for her to know it. There is stage of consciousness in which someone is not interested to know it. The first stage is to know God, and the need love of Him, but at a more advanced level God isn’t anymore God for you.