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Checkpoints In Yoga

“Factually, bhakti-yoga is the ultimate goal, but to analyze bhakti-yoga minutely one has to understand these other yogas. The yogi who is progressive is therefore on the true path of eternal good fortune. One who sticks to a particular point… Read More ›

Reciprocal Agreements

“My dear Arjuna, one who is engaged in My pure devotional service, free from the contaminations of previous activities and from mental speculation, who is friendly to every living entity, certainly comes to Me.” (Lord Krishna, Bhagavad-gita, 11.55) Download this… Read More ›

Different Paths To God

“Tulsi says don’t play two games; play one. Why fool yourself? Either have attachment for Rama or abandon attachment to others.” (Dohavali, 79) tulasī du’i maham̐ eka hī khela chām̐ḍi chala khelu | kai karū mamatā rāma soṁ kai mamatā… Read More ›

Afraid Of Missing Out

“When you give up Shri Rama, the Lord of Koshala, and put your hopes in others, then you’ll get distress wherever you look, says Tulsi.” (Dohavali, 71) karihauṁ kosalanātha taji jabahiṁ dūsarī āsa | jahām̐ tahām̐ dukha pā’ihauṁ tabahīṁ tulasīdāsa… Read More ›

Pain Here and There

“When you give up Shri Rama, the Lord of Koshala, and put your hopes in others, then you’ll get distress wherever you look, says Tulsi.” (Dohavali, 71) karihauṁ kosalanātha taji jabahiṁ dūsarī āsa | jahām̐ tahām̐ dukha pā’ihauṁ tabahīṁ tulasīdāsa… Read More ›