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Wisdom of the Sages Truths about life from the timeless wisdom of the Bhakti-yoga tradition - fun, relevant, and deep. Learn about dharma, yoga, bhakti, and how it relates to all the basic questions of life. This show is about how to live your best life, let go of the external distractions, and uncover the spiritual happiness that lies within the heart as the true nature of the soul.

Raghunath and Kaustubha's connection goes back to their teens in the New York Hardcore Punk Scene of the early 80s, through serving together as Bhakti-yogi monks in the 90's, to sharing their experiences in the world of yoga in the 21st century.
Ram Dass Here And Now Ram Dass shares his heart-centered wisdom in each episode featuring excerpted lectures given throughout the last 40 years, with an introduction from Raghu Markus of Ram Dass' Love Serve Remember Foundation.
Bhagavad Gita English This podcast covers Gita in its True perspective.

5200 years long interval Srimad Bhagavad Gita in its authentic and everlasting exposition : The Science of Religion for Mankind : Yatharth Geeta by Swami Adgadanand.
Gita For Daily Living Gita for Daily Living is a weekly podcast that distils the wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita and presents it in a way that is action-able and relevant to daily life
Enlightenment Radio Uplifting talks and guided meditations from Steven S. Sadleir and the Self Awareness Institute, including Shaktipat Transmissions, guided meditations in Kundalini, Kriya, Tantra, Satsangs on Vedanta, Questions and Answers from students and all things enlightenment. Plus, Steven interviews such luminaries as Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Sadguru Jaggi Vasudeva, Gurudev Shree Amrit Desai, His Holiness Chetsang Rinpoche, and many more. Listen and get high on the Divine, go into Samadhi.
Pilgrim Heart with Krishna Das The Krishna Das Pilgrim Heart Hour features Krishna Das’ no-nonsense take on everyday struggles for finding balance on the spiritual path. Through the honesty, humility and humor of his own personal experiences, he points to the possibility of navigating life’s trials with a true inner yearning for truth. His own practice of kirtan or chant is the well stone of his ability to share from his spiritual heart. As KD says, “Love is a disease - we catch it from those who have it.”

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The 11:15 Meditation This playlist contains ancient meditations designed to help the listener discover God in fresh new ways! Chapel Studio
Go Deeper Playlist Listen to the word of God from this playlist Go Deeper
Best Bible Study Podcasts Listen to samples from the best Bible study and Bible verses podcasts available on Vurbl that I can recommend. Melanie Newton's Bible Studies
Daily podcasts & Messages -Live on the Air W/Pastor RIK -Thank you & Blessings!💻☕️🎙📖🙌🙏✝️⛪️☀️ ~WorldWide Live Ministry Podcast-NetWork-CH.1~
God’s Steadfast Love Man needs to know that God is ever faithful to His words when we anchor our trust on Him. LIVING BY HIS WORD
Hope From Above Christian Motivational and Inspirational Messages Rinde Gbenro
Prevailing Prayers Daily Prayer | Pray With Me Rinde Gbenro
Best Bible Study & Prayer Audio On Vurbl Listen to the best bible study and prayer podcasts to strengthen your faith and learn new ways to worship. This audio playlist features podcasts like Modern Christian Women of Color, Your Daily Prayer, and Melanie Newton's Bible Studies. Listen and learn what prayer is, how best to pray, what different ways there are to pray, and what you should expect from prayer. You'll also find clips from audiobooks and sermons that can inspire your spiritual habits. Vurbl Bible Study & Prayer
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Short stories part 252 Saraswati sloka chanting and 2 short stories.
Short stories part 253 Om namaha Shivaya chant , pep talk about world then again om namaha shivaya chant and 2 short stories from jai Hind ki sena club of short stories for adults and children and lalita ambika club of short stories for children and adults .. the end
Kundalini Shakti This is both a discussion about Kundalini and a Kundalini meditation. What is kundalini, shakti or moksha? What's the difference between kundalini and kriya yoga? How does kundalini awaken consciousness? Don't just understand it, experience it. www.EnlightenmentTV.com
Wendy Doniger, "After the War: The Last Books of the Mahabharata" (Oxford UP, 2022) Wendy Doniger's After the War: The Last Books of the Mahabharata (Oxford UP, 2022) is a new translation of the final part of the Mahabharata, the great Sanskrit Epic poem about a devastating fraternal war. In this aftermath of the great war, the surviving heroes find various deaths, ranging from a drunken debacle in which they kill many of their own comrades to suicide through meditation and, finally, magical transportation to both heaven and hell. Bereaved mothers and widows on earth are comforted when their dead sons and husbands are magically conjured up from heaven and emerge from a river to spend one glorious night on earth with their loved ones. Ultimately, the bitterly opposed heroes of both sides are reconciled in heaven, but only when they finally let go of the vindictive masculine pride that has made each episode of violence give rise to another. Throughout the text, issues of truth and reconciliation, of the competing beliefs in various afterlives, and of the ultimate purpose of human life are debated.This last part of the Mahabharata has much to tell us both about the deep wisdom of Indian poets during the centuries from 300 BCE to 300 CE (the dates of the recension of this enormous text) and about the problems that we ourselves confront in the aftermath of our own genocidal and internecine wars. The author, a distinguished translator of Sanskrit texts (including the Rig Veda, the Laws of Manu, and the Kamasutra), puts the text into clear, flowing, contemporary prose, with a comprehensive but unintrusive critical apparatus. This book will delight general readers and enlighten students of Indian civilization and of great world literature.Ujaan Ghosh is a graduate student at the Department of Art History at University of Wisconsin, Madison Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/indian-religions
Kajri Jain, "Gods in the Time of Democracy" (Duke UP, 2021) In 2018 India's prime minister, Narendra Modi, inaugurated the world's tallest statue: a 597-foot figure of nationalist leader Sardar Patel. Twice the height of the Statue of Liberty, it is but one of many massive statues built following India's economic reforms of the 1990s. In Gods in the Time of Democracy (Duke UP, 2021), Kajri Jain examines how monumental icons emerged as a religious and political form in contemporary India, mobilizing the concept of emergence toward a radical treatment of art historical objects as dynamic assemblages. Drawing on a decade of fieldwork at giant statue sites in India and its diaspora and interviews with sculptors, patrons, and visitors, Jain masterfully describes how public icons materialize the intersections between new image technologies, neospiritual religious movements, Hindu nationalist politics, globalization, and Dalit-Bahujan verifications of equality and presence. Centering the ex-colony in rethinking key concepts of the image, Jain demonstrates how these new aesthetic forms entail a simultaneously religious and political retooling of the "infrastructures of the sensible."Raj Balkaran is a scholar, online educator, and life coach. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/indian-religions
What It Is I Want To Know “Again and again the day comes, and this host of beings is active; and again the night falls, O Partha, and they are helplessly dissolved.” (Lord Krishna, Bhagavad-gita, 8.19)
Satisfying Necessities Under Regulative Principles “This knowledge is the king of education, the most secret of all secrets. It is the purest knowledge, and because it gives direct perception of the self by realization, it is the perfection of religion. It is everlasting, and it is joyfully performed.” (Lord Krishna, Bhagavad-gita, 9.2)
With The Assumption That We Are Going To Live “Maharaja Parikshit, just after receiving the news of his death within seven days, at once retired from family life and shifted himself to the sacred bank of the Yamuna River.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Shrimad Bhagavatam, 1.19.6 Purport)
Five Responses Arjuna Might Have Expected “O Krishna, maintainer of the people, I have heard by disciplic succession that those who destroy family traditions dwell always in hell.” (Arjuna, Bhagavad-gita, 1.43)
Is Deity Worship For The Less Intelligent “The Blessed Lord said: He whose mind is fixed on My personal form, always engaged in worshiping Me with great and transcendental faith, is considered by Me to be most perfect.” (Lord Krishna, Bhagavad-gita, 12.2)
I’m A Free Man “Every living being is anxious for full freedom because that is his transcendental nature. And this freedom is obtained only through the transcendental service of the Lord. Illusioned by the external energy, everyone thinks that he is free, but actually he is bound up by the laws of nature. A conditioned soul cannot freely move from one place to another even on this earth, and what to speak of one planet to another.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Shrimad Bhagavatam, 1.6.37 Purport)
796: This Podcast Will End Your Material Life this place is a dream….you wake up laughing at what you thought was your grief / look at our suffering from different angles / we know too much to be able to enjoy the material world / Krishna 2.0 is accessible to everyone! / we need a release valve from the pressure cooker of the material world / transcendental sound is the power washer of Kali Yuga / add wisdom to your practice / this podcast will end your material life SB 4.23.6-12
797: Q & A - Volume 120 Why am I moved by simple kirtan and turned off by commercialized kirtan? / Can one attain Krishna Bhakti in just one lifetime, or does it take many? / Should a Bhakti-yogi refrain from wearing gold and jewels / Is the 'evil eye’ real?
794: Our Souls and Minds are Starving (for Spiritual Conversation) we’re burning through time quick / it’s not the what’s that make a difference, it’s the who’s / Happy Birthday Mara! / our souls and minds are starving (for spiritual conversation) / beware the termites of spiritual life SB 4.23.1-5
795: 6 Termites Eating Away at Our Spiritual Life You are not responsible for the programming you picked up in the “download years” of your childhood, but you are 100% responsible for installing the upgrades. - (source unknown) / the mind is a computer / don’t forget to install the Buddhi app / take radical responsibility for upgrading your programming / examine if it’s real pleasure or just your ego / who was Rupa Goswami? / the termites that eat away at our spiritual foundation
"Lotus to Liberation" by Eva Patel People have long been searching for ways to add to their physical, emotional, social, or spiritual self-growth. One approach is volunteering. In Hinduism, seva (selfless service) is a critical component of one’s spiritual path. It is a way to serve others without regard for one’s identity or recognition. Listen to how the experience of one such volunteer led to a fulfilling discovery of selfless service.------This series is dedicated to HH Pramukh Swami Maharaj, whose centennial in 2022 gives an occasion to celebrate and share the life of a person who will inspire generations towards faith, goodness, and harmony.OTHER PLATFORMS:INSTAGRAMhttps://www.instagram.com/baps_betterlivingMEDIUMhttps://medium.com/bapsbetterliving
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.29.7 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.29.7.The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight.
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.28.29 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.28.29.The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight.
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.28.39 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.28.39.The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight.
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.28.19 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.28.19.The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight.
Short stories part 249 Little pep talk , Lakshmi ashtakam chanting and short stories by us Ie AA.
Short stories part 250 Lakshmi sholka and short stories
Short stories part 251 People 's talk about current affairs, hanuman chalisa chanting and 2 short stories
With The Assumption That We Are Going To Live “Maharaja Parikshit, just after receiving the news of his death within seven days, at once retired from family life and shifted himself to the sacred bank of the Yamuna River.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Shrimad Bhagavatam, 1.19.6 Purport)
Five Responses Arjuna Might Have Expected “O Krishna, maintainer of the people, I have heard by disciplic succession that those who destroy family traditions dwell always in hell.” (Arjuna, Bhagavad-gita, 1.43)
Is Deity Worship For The Less Intelligent “The Blessed Lord said: He whose mind is fixed on My personal form, always engaged in worshiping Me with great and transcendental faith, is considered by Me to be most perfect.” (Lord Krishna, Bhagavad-gita, 12.2)
The Good in You Let's acknowledge what is happening to you. We can take a step back and look at what you have been learning, what you are realizing. Look at what you have learned and are learning, there is a purpose to your existence and it is being revealed to you. Keep listening. www.EnlightenmentTV.com
Short stories part 246 Lalita sahasarnama chanting and 2 short stories
Short stories part 247 Short slokas of Shiva, ganpati and other + short stories from jai Hind ki sena club of short stories for adults and children and lalita ambika club of short stories for children and adults.
Short stories part 248 Lalita sahasarnama chanting and 2 short stories from jai Hind ki sena club of short stories for adults and children and lalita ambika club of short stories for children and adults
Why Did Bhishma Appreciate Krishna As Partha-Sarathi “Bhishmadeva was a pure devotee, and as a military marshal he constantly remembered the battlefield feature of the Lord as Partha-sarathi, the chariot driver of Arjuna. Therefore, the Lord's pastime as Partha-sarathi is also eternal. The pastimes of the Lord, beginning from His birth at the prison house of Kamsa up to the mausala-lila at the end, all move one after another in all the universes, just as the clock hand moves from one point to another. And in such pastimes His associates like the Pandavas and Bhishma are constant eternal companions.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Shrimad Bhagavatam, 1.9.39 Purport)
What It Is I Want To Know “Again and again the day comes, and this host of beings is active; and again the night falls, O Partha, and they are helplessly dissolved.” (Lord Krishna, Bhagavad-gita, 8.19)
Satisfying Necessities Under Regulative Principles “This knowledge is the king of education, the most secret of all secrets. It is the purest knowledge, and because it gives direct perception of the self by realization, it is the perfection of religion. It is everlasting, and it is joyfully performed.” (Lord Krishna, Bhagavad-gita, 9.2)
The Precision of God You have the unlimited Lord breathing in your direction. Like with Prabhupada, you can step into promotion, step into favor, step into new levels of your destiny. My challenge is don’t get stuck on one of those negative stepping stones. Don’t complain. Knuckle under, have the attitude. “I AM IN IT TO WIN IT.”
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”Control of the Mind” from the letters of Swami Madhavananda, by Swami Chetanananda Discourse by Rev. Swami Chetananandaji Maharaj, senior monk of the Ramakrishna Math and spiritual head of the Vedanta Society of St. Louise on his book "Stories of Vedanta Monks" given at Kali Mandir Ramakrishna Ashram on 23 July 2022.
791: I'm not OK, You're Not OK & That's OK metalheads are people too / I’m not okay, you’re not okay and that’s okay / we shouldn’t sacrifice long term growth by settling for cheap, temporary positivity / more on Karma-yoga / my child has their own higher power / rituals for conception / Raghu draws the line / burn like the sun / when we are inwardly content, we can move gently and with grace SB 4.22.52-63
792: Q & A - Volume 119 How to process disappointing experiences in holy places? / How to view people from different faiths equally when there are long histories of violence and oppression? / How to respond to beggars from a Bhakti perspective?
793: Interview with Musical Artist Jahnavi Harrison Kaustubha & Jahnavi discuss her upcoming tour, her experience of bringing kirtan to the stage, her recent wedding, her father’s influence and practicing Bhakti as a newly married woman. Find out more about her upcoming tour at https://jahnavimusic.com
Three Aspects To The Ease Of Bhakti-Yoga Implementation “Even at the risk of death such a devotee is never bereft of the transcendental loving service of the Lord. A glorious example of this ecstatic love was exhibited by King Parikshit when he was at the point of death. Although he was bereft of his entire kingdom, which spread over all the world, and although he was accepting not even a drop of water in the seven days remaining to him, because he was engaged in hearing the transcendental pastimes of the Lord from Shukadeva Gosvami, he was not in the least distressed.” (The Nectar of Devotion, Ch 37)
The Sands Of Time For Me Are Running Low “Maharaja Parikshit knew that the curse of the brahmana's son upon him was unjustified, as everyone else knew, but he did not want to counteract it because he knew also that the age of Kali had begun and that the first symptom of the age, namely degradation of the highly talented brahmana community, had also begun. He did not want to interfere with the current of the time, but he prepared himself to meet death very cheerfully and very properly. Being fortunate, he got at least seven days to prepare himself to meet death, and so he properly utilized the time in the association of Shukadeva Gosvami, the great saint and devotee of the Lord.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Shrimad Bhagavatam, 1.12.2 Purport)
Why Did Bhishma Appreciate Krishna As Partha-Sarathi “Bhishmadeva was a pure devotee, and as a military marshal he constantly remembered the battlefield feature of the Lord as Partha-sarathi, the chariot driver of Arjuna. Therefore, the Lord's pastime as Partha-sarathi is also eternal. The pastimes of the Lord, beginning from His birth at the prison house of Kamsa up to the mausala-lila at the end, all move one after another in all the universes, just as the clock hand moves from one point to another. And in such pastimes His associates like the Pandavas and Bhishma are constant eternal companions.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Shrimad Bhagavatam, 1.9.39 Purport)
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.27.17 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.27.17.The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight.
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.28.4 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.28.4.The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight.
The Living Presence God, The Divine, is a Living Presence. We tend to think of our Creator as either an abstract notion or an Magnificent Old Man, but all we have to do in go within ourselves and connect with the life force within us, that is us, or Spirit and this living presence becomes known, experienced and realized. Our enlightenment is bring out the light from within us. The Kingdom of Heaven lies within. Get's join in this together. www.EnlightenmentTV.com
Episode 431: Chapter 6, verses 11, 12 and 13 Bhagavad Gita Ch. 6 “Yoga of Meditation” Verses 11, 12, & 13
The lecture discusses basic preparations for meditation, the place of meditation, the seat for meditation, the correct posture for meditation, and the goal of meditation prescribed in the Bhagavad Gita.
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Five Settings Where Krishna Is The Greatest “O King Parikshit, when the child Krishna was almost finished drinking His mother's milk and mother Yashoda was touching Him and looking at His beautiful, brilliantly smiling face, the baby yawned, and mother Yashoda saw in His mouth the whole sky, the higher planetary system and the earth, the luminaries in all directions, the sun, the moon, fire, air, the seas, islands, mountains, rivers, forests, and all kinds of living entities, moving and nonmoving.” (Shrimad Bhagavatam, 10.7.35-36)
Three Aspects To The Ease Of Bhakti-Yoga Implementation “Even at the risk of death such a devotee is never bereft of the transcendental loving service of the Lord. A glorious example of this ecstatic love was exhibited by King Parikshit when he was at the point of death. Although he was bereft of his entire kingdom, which spread over all the world, and although he was accepting not even a drop of water in the seven days remaining to him, because he was engaged in hearing the transcendental pastimes of the Lord from Shukadeva Gosvami, he was not in the least distressed.” (The Nectar of Devotion, Ch 37)
The Sands Of Time For Me Are Running Low “Maharaja Parikshit knew that the curse of the brahmana's son upon him was unjustified, as everyone else knew, but he did not want to counteract it because he knew also that the age of Kali had begun and that the first symptom of the age, namely degradation of the highly talented brahmana community, had also begun. He did not want to interfere with the current of the time, but he prepared himself to meet death very cheerfully and very properly. Being fortunate, he got at least seven days to prepare himself to meet death, and so he properly utilized the time in the association of Shukadeva Gosvami, the great saint and devotee of the Lord.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Shrimad Bhagavatam, 1.12.2 Purport)
Short stories part 244 Revised Short stories from lalita ambika club of short stories ..
Short stories part 245 Hanuman chalisa chanting and 2 wonderful short stories from jai Hind ki sena club of short stories for adults and children and lalita ambika club of short stories for children and adults.
Short stories part 244 Vande Matram chanting and 2 short stories from jai Hind ki sena club of short stories for adults and children and lalita ambika club of short stories for children and adults
Short stories part 244 Hreem, aim and om chanting +short stories from jai Hind ki sena club of short stories for adults and children and lalita ambika club of short stories for children and adults..
Freedom Talk #18: How can we overcome challenges of parenting young kids? In this next mini episode from our series of Freedom Talks, we ask the questions: How can we detach from a close family member who is going through challenges? How can we overcome challenges of parenting young kids?FREEDOM TALKS are our bite-sized episodes with Vivekji featuring questions from seekers across the world.  Want to join Meaningful Mornings? Learn more.For those on the journey of self-development, Chinmaya Mission Niagara provides a community forum to listen, reflect, and contemplate. This podcast is produced by young adults of Chinmaya Mission, an international non-profit organization working to transform individuals through the knowledge of Vedanta.
Ep. 117 – Siddhi Ma & The Essence of Maharaj-ji Krishna Das shares stories of Siddhi Ma and taps into the essence of Maharaj-ji in another chanting-forward Heart Space session.Today's podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/beherenowIn this Hanging Out in the Heart Space session from May 13th, 2021, Krishna Das offers chants to the Divine Mother and Sri Hanuman-ji, answers a stream of questions about his guru Maharaj-ji, uncovers the before-hidden power and love emanating from Sri Siddhi Ma, and further taps into the essence of Maharaj-ji.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
787: Q & A - Volume 117 Raghunath and Kaustubha answer live questions from the retreat participants at Villa Vrindavan.
788: Q&A Volume 118 / Ask a Swami His Holiness Sacinandana Swami answers live questions from our listeners at the Wisdom of the Sages retreat at Villa Vrindavan
789: All Squirrels All Day Raghunath and Paramananda broadcast live from Poland
790: Try This One On-- "Nothing is Mine" there’s a Bhakti Tsunami coming / great souls are taking birth / Bhakti recovery group is going to change the world / Karma-yoga 1st requirement - Phalaṁ brahmaṇi sannyasya : giving the fruits of activity to the Supreme / trying to take what’s not ours screws everything up / we’re just secondhand creators / This consciousness is called nirmama, or “nothing is mine.” SB 4.22.51
How Can You Dismiss So Many Others “One can understand the Supreme Personality as He is only by devotional service. And when one is in full consciousness of the Supreme Lord by such devotion, he can enter into the kingdom of God.” (Lord Krishna, Bhagavad-gita, 18.55)
Understanding The Greatness Behind The Deity “We may find some mailboxes on the street, and if we post our letters in those boxes, they will naturally go to their destination without difficulty. But any old box, or an imitation, which we may find somewhere, which is not authorized by the post office, will not do the work. Similarly, God has an authorized representation in the Deity form, which is called archa-vigraha. This archa-vigraha is an incarnation of the Supreme Lord. God will accept service through that form.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Bhagavad-gita, 12.5 Purport)
Five Settings Where Krishna Is The Greatest “O King Parikshit, when the child Krishna was almost finished drinking His mother's milk and mother Yashoda was touching Him and looking at His beautiful, brilliantly smiling face, the baby yawned, and mother Yashoda saw in His mouth the whole sky, the higher planetary system and the earth, the luminaries in all directions, the sun, the moon, fire, air, the seas, islands, mountains, rivers, forests, and all kinds of living entities, moving and nonmoving.” (Shrimad Bhagavatam, 10.7.35-36)
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.23.35 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.23.35.The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insights
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.23.56 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.23.56.The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insights
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.24.37 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.24.37.The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.25.12 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.25.12. The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.25.22 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.25.22. The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.25.33 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.25.33. The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight.
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.26.1 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.26.1.The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight.
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.26.6 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.26.6.The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight.
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.26.19 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.26.19.The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight.
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.26.33 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.26.33.The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight.
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.27.8 In this episode, we cover the material in Srimad Bhagavatam 3.27.8The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses contain hundreds of conversations between self-realized kings, yogis, and sages of the ancient world on the subject of how to achieve perfection in life, including descriptions of various incarnations and activities of Krishna—the Supreme Person—and His devotees throughout history. It was compiled by Vyasadeva—editor of the Vedas—as his own commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the essence of all theistic knowledge.   Be sure to listen to the end as there is a question and answer session which will provide additional insight.
Suman Nath, "Democracy and Social Cleavage in India: Ethnography of Riots, Everyday Politics and Communalism in West Bengal (2012-2021)" (Routledge, 2022) Suman Nath's book Democracy and Social Cleavage in India: Ethnography of Riots, Everyday Politics and Communalism in West Bengal (2012-2021) (Routledge, 2022) explores the emergence of identity politics and violence at the forefront of political life in an Indian state. Through a close reading of everyday politics in West Bengal, India, which until recently boasted of the longest-serving elected communist government in the world, the volume presents unique observations on Indian politics and its trajectories.Raj Balkaran is a scholar, online educator, and life coach. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/indian-religions
Ep. 205 – Helping Each Other Get Free In this Q&A session from 1987, Ram Dass answers questions about meditation, service, and his relationship with his guru, plus he talks about the way we help each other get free.Today's podcast is brought to you by BetterHelp. Click to receive 10% off your first month with your own licensed professional therapist: betterhelp.com/ramdassWant to be part of the discussion about this episode of Here and Now? Join the Ram Dass Fellowship virtual meetup on August 2nd at 8 pm EDT. Sign up for the General Fellowship group to receive more information."So, this part is where we do that and we just keep reaching for the truth together because that’s really the highest thing we can offer each other, that’s the way we help each other get free.” – Ram DassSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Why The Insistence On Personal Food Production “All living bodies subsist on food grains, which are produced from rain. Rains are produced by performance of yajna [sacrifice], and yajna is born of prescribed duties.” (Lord Krishna, Bhagavad-gita, 3.14)
How Can You Dismiss So Many Others “One can understand the Supreme Personality as He is only by devotional service. And when one is in full consciousness of the Supreme Lord by such devotion, he can enter into the kingdom of God.” (Lord Krishna, Bhagavad-gita, 18.55)
Understanding The Greatness Behind The Deity “We may find some mailboxes on the street, and if we post our letters in those boxes, they will naturally go to their destination without difficulty. But any old box, or an imitation, which we may find somewhere, which is not authorized by the post office, will not do the work. Similarly, God has an authorized representation in the Deity form, which is called archa-vigraha. This archa-vigraha is an incarnation of the Supreme Lord. God will accept service through that form.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Bhagavad-gita, 12.5 Purport)
Short stories part 242 Om namaha shivaya chant, Hreem chanting and lalita sahasarnama session with 2 wonderful short stories from jai Hind ki sena club of short stories for adults and children and lalita ambika club of short stories for children and adults..
Short stories part 243 Short slokas chanting and short stories session.
Krishna’s Underdog Krishna loves it when people underestimate His devotees. When the odds are against you, when others are telling you how it’s not going to work out, KRISHNA will cause you to blossom, to bloom, and accomplish what seems impossible.
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Huna & The Story of Hawaii This class explores the mythology of the Kanaka - Hawaiians - their gods, the practice of Huna and the history of Hawai'i. Special focus on Queen Lili'uokalani and bring back Hawiian culture. www.EnlightenmentTV.com
786: How Many Lifetimes Have I Been Through? "If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need." - Marcus Tullius Cicero / education steers our choices - our choices become us / we think we are independent, but we’ve been divinely cared for / Krishna has an eye on you / Bhagavatam teaches us to Zoom out even more / the material world is a fading dream / how many lifetimes have I been through? / let go of the cactus / in bhakti it’s all good / spiritual knowledge is the perfect benediction / the sages share the knowledge to develop the conviction to break the cycle 4.22.41-47
Practice In The Material World “A pure soul is the eternal servant of God as His fragmental part and parcel. He comes into contact with maya (illusion) due to the desire to lord it over maya, and that is the cause of his many sufferings. As long as he is in contact with matter, he has to execute work in terms of material necessities. Krishna consciousness, however, brings one into spiritual life even while one is within the jurisdiction of matter, for it is an arousing of spiritual existence by practice in the material world.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Bhagavad-gita, 5.29 Purport)
Two Things To Know Of Value “Shri Rama’s holy name is like a numeral, and all religious practices are like zero. When the numeral is not there, zero means nothing. But when it is present, the resultant value increases tenfold.” (Dohavali, 10)
Why The Insistence On Personal Food Production “All living bodies subsist on food grains, which are produced from rain. Rains are produced by performance of yajna [sacrifice], and yajna is born of prescribed duties.” (Lord Krishna, Bhagavad-gita, 3.14)
Short stories part 239 Short slokas chanting and 2 short stories from jai Hind ki sena club of short stories for adults and children and lalita ambika club of short stories for children and adults... plus healing session.
Short stories part 240 Hanuman chalisa chanting and a short stories plus healing..session.
Short stories part 241 Lalita sahasarnama chanting and 2 wonderful short stories entwined with each other from Jai Hind ki sena club of short stories for adults and children and lalita ambika club of short stories for children and adults by Narayana and durgalakshmi
Possibility Of A Peaceful Condition “Always think of Me and become My devotee. Worship Me and offer your homage unto Me. Thus you will come to Me without fail. I promise you this because you are My very dear friend.” (Lord Krishna, Bhagavad-gita, 18.65)
Practice In The Material World “A pure soul is the eternal servant of God as His fragmental part and parcel. He comes into contact with maya (illusion) due to the desire to lord it over maya, and that is the cause of his many sufferings. As long as he is in contact with matter, he has to execute work in terms of material necessities. Krishna consciousness, however, brings one into spiritual life even while one is within the jurisdiction of matter, for it is an arousing of spiritual existence by practice in the material world.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Bhagavad-gita, 5.29 Purport)
Two Things To Know Of Value “Shri Rama’s holy name is like a numeral, and all religious practices are like zero. When the numeral is not there, zero means nothing. But when it is present, the resultant value increases tenfold.” (Dohavali, 10)
Satsang Swamiji reads the Yogarudh by Gurunath Siddhanath, an amazing devotional poem based on the Bhagavad Gita. Then shares the spiritual teaching of Huna of the Hawaiians, or Kanaka, and the inner truths that can be leaned from each. www.EnlightenmentTV.com
Naman P. Ahuja, "Marg Magazine: Readings on the Temple" In October 1946, shortly before Independence, Mulk Raj Anand founded Marg, a magazine that soon became a pioneering forum for research on Indian and South Asian art and architecture. Over its 75 years, Marg (in its quarterly magazine as well as books) has promoted a deeper understanding of eras past while examining contemporary art practices. To mark our platinum anniversary, we are delving into Marg's archive of writing on temple art and architecture, to understand the shifts in perspective over the decades. The result is a lavishly illustrated magazine, which could also serve as a guide for educators teaching the Indian Temple over a semester. It presents a cross-section of themes and covers both key sites—Khajuraho, Thanjavur and Konarak—and those less written about—Kashmir, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Kerala. These are unique not only architecturally, but also from the point of view of patronage and the diverse public functions they served. Conceptualized and curated by our General Editor, Dr Naman P. Ahuja, the essays have been contextualised through a contemporary lens.Raj Balkaran is a scholar, online educator, and life coach. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/indian-religions
Autobiography 9 - Enlightenment Now - Audio Swami Steven initiates the Enlightenment Now vision, by creating content that wakenings consciousness, including Enlighten Man events around the world, United States, India and Arica. Then, creating Enlightenment Broadcasting and then launching first the Enlightenment Network with courses in Self Realization online which reached over a million people before being banned on all social media. Followed immediately by creating Enlightenment Television to provide a free online resource for those enlightening www.EnlightenmentTV.com
Five Instances Of Living Up To A Role “The position of ishvara is that of supreme consciousness. The jivas, or the living entities, being parts and parcels of the Supreme Lord, are also conscious. Both the living entity and material nature are explained as prakriti, the energy of the Supreme Lord, but one of the two, the jiva, is conscious. The other prakriti is not conscious. That is the difference. Therefore the jiva-prakriti is called superior because the jiva has consciousness which is similar to the Lord's.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Bhagavad-gita, Introduction)
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