Question: Once before you've mentioned that there is a difference between real Vaishnav humble mood (humility) and low self-esteem.
Can you, please, explain that more? Bhakti Lalita: We don't want to make the mistake of misunderstanding the heart of vaisnava, if they appear very humble and selfdeprecated,... and sometimes expressing helplessness
That's a very different thing, than materialistic low self esteem, it's has vaisnava sentiments are spiritual in nature and low self-esteem might be material ground.
Within material counsciousness. So, it's like night and day, black and white, it's not to be confused, misunderstand the vaisnava's heart.
So, maybe in ordinary person was misunderstand, but within spiritual counsciousness. Amongst spiritual minded people, they can understand the difference and appreciate mood of the vaisnava
And know it has nothing to do with mundane, moods of nature, illusion and material lacking There's a completely opposite conception within law selfesteem that's a person who's feeling very useless worstless in a material world and material counsciousness.
But the vaisnavas humility is within spiritual counsciousness. And feeling in proximity to greatness and feeling with then spiritual thinking how small we are, how insignificant we're, compared to the infinit reality.
It's automatic through progress we will develop a humble mood. It's a progressive, positive, attitude, that's connected with reality. So, not to be confused, it's not a same.