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  • Possessing the Infinite

    Quote: “The feeling of possessing anything here in the material world cannot be real; it is a perverted reflection, but that feeling must be present in the original world, otherwise what is its origin?” (“Search for Sri Krishna—Reality the Beautiful” by Swami B.R. Sridhar (Chapter: “Beyond Christianity”)).

    Q: How does the feeling of possessing exist in the spiritual world? How is it manifested? — The cause of suffering is chasing the taste in the perverted reality of this world. Relieve of neutrality offered by Buddhism. Last words of Maharaja Pariksit. Karma-kanda in Srila Narottam Das Thakur's poetry. The doors of perception and infinite perspective. Possessing vs. Being possessed. Acquired prejudices and acquired tendencies. Realizing your reality potential through connection to the current. Separation caused by the mountain of Ego and suffering caused by the disease of insincerity. The highest position of a Vaishnava by the example of Uddhava. Two types of sneha: "I'm yours" and "You are mine". Mahaprabhu's inconceivable beauty, that makes millions of Cupids faint.

    Chiang Mai 2019 - Possessing the Infinite

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    Author: Bhakti Sudhir Goswami Cycle: Chiang Mai 2019 Uploaded by: Priyanana Created at: 3 January, 2019
    Duration: 01:05:45 Date: 2019-01-02 Place: Gupta Govardhan Chiang Mai Downloaded: 200 Played: 374

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  • Quote: “The feeling of possessing anything here in the material world cannot be real; it is a perverted reflection, but that feeling must be present in the original world, otherwise what is its origin?” (“Search for Sri Krishna—Reality the Beautiful” by Swami B.R. Sridhar (Chapter: “Beyond Christianity”)).

    Q: How does the feeling of possessing exist in the spiritual world? How is it manifested? — The cause of suffering is chasing the taste in the perverted reality of this world. Relieve of neutrality offered by Buddhism. Last words of Maharaja Pariksit. Karma-kanda in Srila Narottam Das Thakur's poetry. The doors of perception and infinite perspective. Possessing vs. Being possessed. Acquired prejudices and acquired tendencies. Realizing your reality potential through connection to the current. Separation caused by the mountain of Ego and suffering caused by the disease of insincerity. The highest position of a Vaishnava by the example of Uddhava. Two types of sneha: "I'm yours" and "You are mine". Mahaprabhu's inconceivable beauty, that makes millions of Cupids faint.