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Here is a slideshow from last Sunday's 12 Hour kirtan; pictures taken by Bhakta Pete.
SB 03.01.14_Croaking For Death_2005-01 Lecture – SB 3.1.14 Croaking For Death 2005-01 New Govardhan Australia
SB 03.24.13_Srila Prabhupada, The Standard_2003-11-01 Lecture – Srimad Bhagavatam 3.24.13 Srila Prabhupada, The Standard 2003-11-01 Los Angeles (Spiritual Master)
The real interest of the living entity is to get out of the nescience that causes him to endure repeated birth and death.
One day in Los Angeles, Upendra, who was my husband and Prabhupada's servant, was in Prabhupada's room when Prabhupada handed him a twenty-dollar bill and said, "This is for your children." Immediately Upendra said, "Prabhupada, we can't take this from you." Prabhupada said, "No this is for your children. I'm not their spiritual master, they will have to take their own." Upendra brought the twenty-dollar bill home and we knew that Prabhupada was telling us he wasn't going to be on the planet to initiate our children--they were going to have to seek out their own spiritual master. It wasn't an automatic given that all of our children would be Prabhupada's disciples.
Chitralekha dasi, Memories of Srila Prabhupada: Anecdotes of a Modern-Day Saint 3.171.
Lecture on Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 15, Text 5 – “Receipt won’t get you there”
Those who are free from false prestige, illusion and false association, who understand the eternal, who are done with material lust, who are freed from the dualities of happiness and distress, and who, unbewildered, know how to surrender unto the Supreme Person attain to that eternal kingdom.
The surrendering process is described here very nicely. The first qualification is that one should not be deluded by pride. Because the conditioned soul is puffed up, thinking himself the lord of material nature, it is very difficult for him to surrender unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead. One should know by the cultivation of real knowledge that he is not lord of material nature; the Supreme Personality of Godhead is the Lord. When one is free from delusion caused by pride, he can begin the process of surrender. For one who is always expecting some honor in this material world, it is not possible to surrender to the Supreme Person. Pride is due to illusion, for although one comes here, stays for a brief time and then goes away, he has the foolish notion that he is the lord of the world. He thus makes all things complicated, and he is always in trouble. The whole world moves under this impression. People are considering the land, this earth, to belong to human society, and they have divided the land under the false impression that they are the proprietors. One has to get out of this false notion that human society is the proprietor of this world. When one is freed from such a false notion, he becomes free from all the false associations caused by familial, social and national affections. These faulty associations bind one to this material world. After this stage, one has to develop spiritual knowledge. One has to cultivate knowledge of what is actually his own and what is actually not his own. And when one has an understanding of things as they are, he becomes free from all dual conceptions such as happiness and distress, pleasure and pain. He becomes full in knowledge; then it is possible for him to surrender to the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
Namamrta by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada:
‘A The Holy Name Protects the Devotee from Falldown.
“Ajamila’s exalted position as a brahmana was vanquished by his association with the prostitute, so much so that he forgot all his brahminical activities. Nevertheless, at the end of his life, by chanting the four syllables of the name Narayana, he was saved from the gravest danger of falling down. Svalpam apy asya dharmasya trayate mahato bhayat: even a little devotional service can save one from the greatest danger. Devotional service, which begins with chanting of the holy name of the Lord, is so powerful that even if one falls down from the exalted position of a brahmana through sexual indulgence, he can be saved from all calamities if he somehow or other chants the holy name of the Lord. This is the extraordinary power of the Lord’s holy name. Therefore in Bhagavad-gita it is advised that one not forget the chanting of the holy name even for a moment (satatam kirtayanto mam yatantas ca drdha-vratah). There are so many dangers in this material world that one may fall down from an exalted position at any time. Yet if one keeps himself always pure and steady by chanting the Hare Krishna maha-mantra, he will be safe without a doubt.” (S.B. 6.1.63)
According to the Vedas, there is a certain regulation that if one falls down from his exalted position, he has to undergo certain ritualistic processes to purify himself. But here there is no such condition because the purifying process is already there in the heart of the devotee, due to his remembering the Supreme Personality of Godhead constantly. Therefore, the chanting of Hare Krishna should be continued without stoppage. This will protect a devotee from all accidental fall-downs. He will thus remain perpetually free from all material contaminations.
Chanting protects one from the fall-down, but one to separately follow the four rules: no illicit sex, no intoxication, no meat-eating, and no gambling, in order to chant properly. Neither can one commit sins and think that he will absolve them by chanting Hare Krishna. Nevertheless if one does fall down he can rectify himself by repentance and taking to the constant chanting of the Hare Krishna mantra. Fall-down can occur if one superficially chants but deliberately commits sins. But upon falling down, if one truly feels sorry and is aware of his wrong he can absolve himself from the sins by taking to earnest chanting and by strictly following the rules and regulations.
A fall down is the
One Hundred Prabhupada Poems, #43
Each working for our master,
Right now I have no book,
Without your books,
Disciple of Prabhupada is
Starting to tell of the sub-persons
Here is the poem:
I’ve got to stay close to the meds
I turned at random to Srimad-Bhagavatam, Canto one, Chapter nine, verse forty-three:
“Suta Gosvami said: Thus Bhismadeva merged himself in the Supersoul, Lord Sri Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, with his mind, speech, sight and actions, and thus he became silent, and his breathing stopped.”
Bhismadeva merged his self into thinking of the Lord and his mind into remembering his different activities. He chanted the glories of the Lord and by his sight he began to see the Lord personally before him and thus all his activities became concentrated on the Lord without deviation. This is the highest stage of perfection and it is possible for everyone to attain this stage by practice of devotional service. Devotional service consists of nine processes, sravanam, kirtananam, visnu-smaranam … (hearing, chanting, remembering etc.) Any one of these can bring about perfection but they have to be performed persistently under the guidance of the devotee of the Lord. Hearing is the most important and therefore hearing Bhagavad-gita and later Srimad-Bhagavatam must be practiced by anyone who wants to attain the perfection of Bhismadeva at the end of life. Krishna doesn’t have to be personally present for this to take place. His words in the scriptures are identical with the Lord. Prabhupada writes, “Every man or animal must die at a certain stage of life, but one who dies like Bhismadeva attains perfection, and one who dies forced by the laws of nature dies like an animal….The human form of life is especially meant for dying like Bhismadeva.”
You look within yourself. First you have an inconvenience of a coming headache but further-in you ask about your spiritual wellbeing. You are inclined to Krishna, you say His names early in the morning. Later you read some of the strokes made by Bhaktivinoda Thakura’s songs and tell some of your feelings towards the Lord. It’s hard to praise yourself, so, again, thinking that you know the strength and the arms of baseball player, like Jason Werth and Luke Scott. Your own arms are not so strong. You are writing unconscious sentences. You start telling Krishna what you want to say but by the time you write the sentence you forget it and something incomprehensible or different comes out. Krishna can be found in the random verses you quote from Srimad-Bhagavatam. It’s mostly the truth and I let myself write freely. I try to make it Krishna conscious. Bala told me of a new problem: Krishna-kripa’s fifty-year-old sister, who is a councilor, is coming for lunch. That means we can not read the Caitanya Bhagavata. We’ll have to engage in small talk. Maybe we can talk something about God or Krishna. Talk about her brother’s passion for travelling around the world and going out in public and chanting the holy name, which he loves to do. Next week ISKCON is officially celebrating Holy Name week. They want to promote special kirtanas at that time. Krishna-kripa wants to go down to New York City and get some devotees to go out with him and chant in Tompkins Square Park. He said he is not a good manager for getting the devotees assembled to go out into the park.
Holy Name Week. There will be some extra chanting. I think of a book table with my book, Japa Transformations, and other books on chanting. Some devotees may try the trick of lecturing on yoga and psychology and introducing the maha-mantra as a related subject. Some thought of an anthropology class at a university. All day Haridasa Thakura had to wear his chains in prison. Say, “You are a good devotee which is saying the holy names.” Lord Caitanya said, “Chant Krishna!” You can sing out the holy names on the Holy Name Week. Lord Caitanya said I’m the Lord’s servant and in a good position to chant the Lord’s names. Lord Nityananda chants and dances in ecstasy. It is the yuga-dharma and easy to perform, you can chant along with great kirtana performers. “Hare” is vocative call to the Supreme energy. We rushed to the spot where Prabhupada sang kirtana in 1966. At retreats and temples they have 12 hour and 24 hour kirtanas. I usually chant for about half-an-hour then I get tired. But japa I can do for three hours. It is nice to go on chanting. Sometimes Lord Caitanya would jump in the air and crush to the earth. The demigods would protect his body and Lord Nityananda would also protect him. The brothers shared intimate ecstasy.
O Autumn, laden with fruit, and stain’dOur very newest chanter was little Ananya, whose mother brought her to her first kirtan. She was as good as gold the whole way through and charmed us with her smiles. Her mother, Swetha, covered the cost of the refreshments afterwards, in honour of the event. Thank you Ananya and Swetha!
With the blood of the grape, pass not, but sit
Beneath my shady roof; there thou may’st rest,
And tune thy jolly voice to my fresh pipe,
And all the daughters of the year shall dance!
Sing now the lusty song of fruits and flowers.
- William Blake
Our September kirtan, replete with autumn fruits and flowers, was sung with 'jolly voice'! Although there were several 'new' first-time chanters, everyone joined in with gusto and the result, as one chanter described it, was a 'celestial atmosphere'.
Gaura, brought two friends from Cambridge, and the three of them took turns in leading the chants. Craig and his Croatian wife Dunja are planning to start kirtan programmes in Cambridge - and we hope to join them there sometime, to return the compliment.
Gaura hari sings Govinda jaya jaya...
Dunja, who has a lovely voice, singing the ancient chant 'om namo bhagavate vasudevaya'
We finished up with autumnal mulled apple juice, nut biscuits and coconut sweet balls.
We're very grateful to Gaura, Craig, Dunja and friends who travelled so far to bring us a wonderful experience of chanting. Thanks chaps!
By Dhanesvara das
Christopher Lasch, a well-known American social and cultural critic, argued in his last book that democracy was withering in the hands of professional and managerial elites who lack a sense of social and civic values.
By Gauridasa Pandita Dasa
I used to take care of Srila Prabhupada's garden in Sri Vrindavan Dhama in the summer of 1977. Srila Prabhupada used to come into the garden every morning and chant japa or listen to some devotees chant Bhajans or read his books outloud
By Chirag Dangarwala
The common understanding of an Advanced Civilization in today's context is to be advanced in Technology, having a comfortable lifestyle, Earning Lots of money and having enough or rather lavish facilities to enjoy the senses to the fullest.
Deena Bandhu dasa: Now that Janmastami and Radhastami Festivals have finished, thoughts turn towards Kartika. The Puranas glorify the month of Kartika as very special for making spiritual advancement, and the best place to be in Kartika is Sri Braja Dham
Elle Mitchell: The following titles will be auctioned on eBay. Bidding starts Wednesday, September 29, 2010 at 8:00 PM EST and will end ten days later on Saturday, October 9, 2010 at 8:00 PM EST
To blaspheme devotees who have dedicated their lives to chanting the holy name of the Lord. The holy name, who is identical with Krsna, will never tolerate such blasphemous activities.
A sadhu is anyone who is surrendering to Krishna. One who shows gross irreverence or disrespect to those devotees who have dedicated their lives to Krishna is compared to a mad elephant (hati mata), which comes and tramples the creeper of devotion.
Examples of criticising a devotee:
* He has a lower social status
* His manners are not yet so polished
* He eats too much prasadam
* He had previously had very bad habits
* He has been weak and temporarily gave up devotional service
A devotee should be like the honey bee that always looks for the nectar and not like the fly that always looks for stool or open sores. One associates with whatever qualities he focuses on, and thus he cultivates those qualities.
How to counter-act the offence - Humbly approach that devotee, offer obeisances, and ask forgiveness.
From The Art Of Chanting Hare Krsna by Mahanidhi Swami
We have a young Irish kirtaniya to start us off into a new season of Kirtan Experience. Gaura Hari lives with his Russian wife near London and has many years of kirtan experience under his belt, having toured extensively in Poland, Australia and India with various chanting parties. I've known Gaura since he was six, but haven't seen him for years, so am curious to see what all this chanting has done for him! Gaura is bringing some kirtaniya friends with him and we look forward to chanting with them all this Sunday, 19th September. Hope you can make it too!
New Vrndavan, USA: Upcoming Special Morning Classes Beginning Thursday; Bharat Natyam; Ladies’ Day At the Palace
Thursday: ‘Radha dasi’ (MG) (former NV resident)
As part of the Retreat, Tirtha and Ambika devi dasi’s from NYC will teach a workshop in Bharat Natyam Dance. They are inspired dancers with lots of great energy to share. We feel sure you will enjoy their offering. We especially invite all of our younger Vaishnavi’s to join this class. The class begins at 3:00 pm after lunch Saturday under the Lodge.
All ladies are invited to attend special Sunday morning service in the Palace between 6 am to 9:15 am. This is for “Ladies Only” on this particular day. The schedule is as follows:
6:00 am: Mangala Arati/
By New Vrindaban Communi - cations
Sunday, October 3, is the anniversary of the day on which Hladini devi dasi was brutally gunned down by an extra-judicial firing squad in war-torn Liberia in western Africa. The death squad arrived at the Hare Krishna temple in the capital city of Monrovia in the early morning hours, and ordered the devotees to come out
Ram Vijaya dasa: We have recently formally launched Bridal Makeup, Mehndi (Henna) and Hairstyling service for all devotee brides in North America and Canada
New Vrindaban Communications: On October 1, the Palace of Gold will be featured at the Thirty-seventh Annual Communal Studies Association Conference in New Harmony, IN. The theme of the conference is “The Architecture of Community.” Tapahpunja dasa, one of the devotees who helped construct the Palace of Gold, will discuss the role the Palace has played in New Vrindaban over the past two decades.
Bill Clinton became a vegan, lost 24 pounds, healing himself by not ingesting any cholesterol.
Former US President Bill Clinton recently confirmed that he is indeed eating a mainly vegan diet. In the interview, the former president explains the reason behind his decision to go vegan.
“I’m trying to be one of those experimenters,” said Clinton. “Since 1986, several hundred people who have tried essentially a plant-based diet, not ingesting any cholesterol from any source, has seen their bodies start to heal themselves — break up the arterial blockage, break up the calcium deposits around the heart. 82 percent of the people who have done this have had this result, so I want to see if I can be one of them.”
Clinton decided to adopt the diet in the early part of May 2010. While he does occasionally eat fish, the former president otherwise follows a strict vegan diet.
What made him go vegan? Clinton has read many books on the topic, including books by T. Colin Campbell, Caldwell Esselstyn and Dr. Dean Ornish. Although losing weight was a benefit of the dietary change, the choice to go vegan was about more than just losing weight.
With time, Clinton could become the most outspoken proponent of a complete vegan diet.
Filed under: Health
Krishna Consciousness, no doubt, has the flawless philosophy and perfect logic and hence the complete science on Transcendence. There is a caveat, however. It is rendered complete in its fullest glory only when it is studied and practiced properly. Both have to be properly executed – studying and practicing. Theoretical understanding commensurating practical realization constitutes the fullness of Krishna Consciousness. Therefore “knowledge” means theory + practice. Krishna and our relationship with Krishna cannot be known fully by merely studying the scriptures or whimsical practice. Knowledge in full will be revealed to us only if are ready to practice steadily under proper knowledge and guidance. This is the essence of Religion.
House of Hearts BKLYN and the Majic B.U.S. Events Production NYC presents the Godfather of Global Electronica dj Cheb i Sabbah and Friends for events in Brooklyn Saturday, October 23 at Rose Live Music in Williamsburg and Sunday, October 24, 2010 at Littlefield in Carroll Gardens.
Dj Cheb I Sabbah’s North African and “Desi” fusions will be paired with the music of Brooklyn and French duo Ekayani and the Tom Glide Space whose own devotional electronica album Yoga on the Dance Floor and Sanskrit Mantras borrows heavily from Reggae Dub and Brazilian flavors with Bengali and Sanskrit being the primary languages. Saturday night’s event at the intimate Rose lounge is poised to deliver a late night dance party and ep release featuring the master Cheb i Sabbah spinning for the dance floor. A special performance by vocalist Ekayani celebrates the release of “Here’s the Light Remixes” by the Tom Glide Space and South Africa’s Beat Pharmacy dj Brendon Moeller .
Sunday’s all inclusive late afternoon and into the night offering suitably titled Yoga on the Dance floor is recommended for those wanting full immersion. It features a yoga class, music, and another dose of devotional electronica. It all kicks off at 5pm with an All Level Vinyasa Yoga Class instructed by Julie Ziff Sint suitable for beginners with intermediate and advanced variations for a more challenging experience.(Participants are advised to bring a mat). The sacred world music of Gaura Vani As Kindred Spirits, a kirtan band weaving rich ethnic rhythms and melodies follows. Another ecstatic set of electronica with Cheb i Sabbah and Ekayani finishes off the evening. Prepare for lift off.
(Click on the pictures for enlarged view) Sent by Rajashekhar Das Hare Krsna, Please accept my humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada. All glories to Guru Maharaj. With great pleasure, I am writing to all of you to share the vyasapuja celebration, we did in Sydney. This has been the 4th year, we have [...]
Dear friends, my camera failed to record sound on the night we were out on Harinam. However so that you don’t miss out on the video I added the sound of the great Visnujana Maharaj. Hopefully this will inspire you all to join the grassroots revolution and come out with us on Thursday night in Sydney. I hope it will inspire you to start the revolution where ever you are. It’s up to you now, it’s time. You say you want a revolution, you better get it on right away. Get on your feet, get out in the street singing Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare.
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This is a simple four-step way to make a personal improvement plan:
As I am trying to put the holy name in the center of my life, which I intended to do for the past year, and inspired by Sacinandana Swami's Kirtan Retreat, some interesting things are happening.
If you have less time - chant more!
To me, spiritual giving is unconditional giving, giving without expecting anything in return.
Admitting my faults is sincere. Higher level of sincerity is correcting my faults and stop repeating my mistakes.
1. What do you really, really want?
Motivation requires "motive."
What am I trying to do?
Start today to pay closer attention to the things you do.
Four different steps you can take to improve the quality of your life and work:
Devotional service rendered to the Personality of Godhead never goes in vain. Since the Personality of Godhead is eternal, intelligence applied in His service or anything done in His relation is also permanent. In the Bhagavad-gītā it is said that such transcendental service rendered unto the Personality of Godhead accumulates birth after birth, and when the devotee is fully matured, the total service counted together makes him eligible to enter into the association of the Personality of Godhead. Such accumulation of God's service is never vanquished, but increases till fully matured. SB 1.6.24 Purport
Once upon a time, there was a major technical problem at a billion-dollar atomic power plant. This malfunction was slowing energy generation and reducing the overall efficiency of the entire operation.
Knowing what I now know, would I start it again if I had to do it over again?
If you want to be successful, find out what you really love to do, throw your whole heart into doing it really well, and never give up.
Do what you resolve to do.
You either fear or love.
ISKCON has been organizing parikrama in SriKsetra dhama for the last six years, on the specific day prescribed for parikrama as per the scriptures.This year parikrama falls on 26th November and registration for parikrama is going on.On 24th devotees will arrive in Puri dhama and visit pastime places related to Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu in Puri,in the association of senior devotees, sanyasis of ISKCON. There will be a grand Harinam sankirtan in the sea beach.
H.H. Sivarama Swami: If we have lusty thoughts in the way that Chotta Haridasa did, are we to be condemned by Lord Caitanya as was he?
So I’ve had a busy week one that I wish could be repeated every week starting with four days at Soho Street then returning to the place I call home Bhaktivadanta Manor. This was however my first stay at Sri Sri RadhaKrishna Temple at Soho Street Central London and so I wish to share my [...]
Accelerating the stage of freedom from bad habits and preaching according to Srila Prabhupada’s standards or according to what attracts people.
H.H. Sivarama Swami: Balaram asks whether we need to take diksa if we remember our initiation from our last life
Yes, because we want the fidelity of being in Srila Prabhupada’s line.
October 1 and 2 will take place the 9th meeting of Iskcon European leaders in Prabhupadadesh, Italy. Here is what will be discussed.
Krsna mentions in the Gita that we cannot know our past lives. However sometimes the evidence appears overwhelming. What do you think? Check out this intriguing story.
Everyone of you should be thoroughly convinced of the power of the Hare Krsna mantra to protect you in all circumstances and chant accordingly at all times without offense. Then advancement will be swift and you will gradually come to see everything clearly so that you may act for the pleasure of the Lord without uncertainty. When one is spontaneously engaged in this way, always in the service of the Lord and anxious to avoid all mundane activities, he is actually experiencing the taste of bliss in Krsna consciousness.
From a letter to Damodara - January 10, 1971
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- Tracey, USA (feed)
- Tri-yuga das, AU (feed)
- Tulasi Priya dd, Alachua, USA (feed)
- Utah Krishnas (feed)
- Vasu Murti, USA (feed)
- Vidyapati dasa (feed)
- Visnu-maya devi dasi (feed)
- Vraja Dhama dasa (feed)
- Vrndavana Vinodini dd, Toronto, Canada (feed)
- Vyenkata Bhatta dasa (feed)
- Yogesvara das, USA (feed)
TABLA - FUENTES - FONTS
- inbenr11.ttf - 64 KB
- inbeno11.ttf - 12 KB
- inbeni11.ttf - 12 KB
- inbenb11.ttf - 66 KB
- indevr20.ttf - 53 KB
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