Q: What is the function of imagination in terms of spiritual practice? Because we are cautious not to imagine things but wait for spiritual revitalization. — Q: Recently we were celebrating the Appearance Day of Nityānanda Prabhu. In Śrī Chaitanya Charitamrita, Adi-līlā, Chapter 17, Verses 13-15 it is described: “One day Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu exhibited to Lord Nityānanda Prabhu a six-armed form bearing a conch shell, disc, club, lotus flower, bow and flute. Thereafter the Lord showed Him His four-armed form, standing in a three-curved posture. With two hands He played upon a flute, and in the other two He carried a conch shell and disc. Finally the Lord showed Nityānanda Prabhu His two-armed form of Kṛṣṇa, the son of Mahārāja Nanda, simply playing on His flute, His bluish body dressed in yellow garments.” What should we consider as chintya in this adhokshaja-līlā? And what is the ontological significance of this līlā? — Q: Why chasing dreams never brings satisfaction? Are we doomed to never ending frustration in this world? If yes, then in what sort of disguise we may find our blessing?