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Dear Madhudvisa dasa,
Thank you for the newsletters. It is so nice to read and know more about Lord Krishna.As said in the newsletter “we must always engage our minds in reading the Vedic literatures like Bhagavad Gita As It Is and Srimad-Bhagavatam.”, reading about Lord Krishna through the newsletters helps in keeping the mind full of Lord Krishna. But to this extent am reading is because of my Guru Vijay. I am very much thankful to him also.
» Posted By Sriram On October 20, 2010 @ 11:02 pm
The spiritual sky is eternal. In the spiritual sky, there is no dualities, no hunger, no thirst, no birth or death, no heat or cold. But its full of bliss. It is illuminated neither by the light of sun nor moon
» Posted By sriram On July 12, 2010 @ 8:08 am
This cycle of birth and death continues until we develop detachment for material desires. At this point we reach mukthi or liberation.We are all suffering here in one form or other because of our samskaras good or bad which determine the fate of our life. When all samskaras (driving force for actions )are destroyed by brahma gnana we can get out of this material world
» Posted By SRIRAM On October 29, 2010 @ 10:16 am
The whole purpose of the Gita is to make us realise that I am not the body but I am the soul. I agree with your elaborate views. We should not waste our time in satisfying the senses rather we should utilize our energy in the dedicated service to the Supreme Lord Sri Krishna
» Posted By sriram On July 7, 2010 @ 6:23 am
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We should not waste our time in satisfying sensual pleasures. Rather we should engage in the awakening of the spiritual consciousness. In Bhagavad Gita, in many places it is emphasized that I am not the body I am the atman. The sole purpose of the bhagavad Gita is to make to realise that I am chat chith ananda atma.When this atma merges with the supreme soul, it becomes paramatma. In that divine sky, there is no thirst, there is no hunger, there is no heat, there is no dualities, there is no disease, there is no death but only ananda (bliss). Such a state is full of bliss, full of knowledge and full of consciousness.
» Posted By SRIRAM On July 6, 2010 @ 10:06 am