• Animals are absorbed in gratifying their own senses: āhāra-nidra-bhaya maithunaṁ ca shloka
  • Human beings should become absorbed in Krishna consciousness.
  • The limbs of bhakti and their meanings.
  • Bhaktivinoda Thakura wrote glorifications for atma-nivedanam in his song.
  • Happiness does not manifest in those who do not do atma-nivedanam.
  • One who surrenders to Guru and Krishna is not disturbed in mind.
  • Always think that: “Krishna is my protector and maintainer”.
  • Story of the boatman whose boat carried a sadhu and many people through turbulent waters.
  • We should always accept Krishna’s wish, sadhus are like that.
  • In Bhajana-rahasya, Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura explains how to surrender at the lotus feet of Krishna.
  • Surrender is the foundation of bhakti, and then, bliss comes from the four directions.
  • Devotees are not alike, those who practiced in another life easily enter tattva-siddhanta in this life.
  • BG 18.65 and BG 4.8 are very important
  • When surrender takes place, faith in Guru and Krishna becomes complete.
  • One who does not surrender to Guru and Krishna fails to develop his sadhana and bhajana.
  • About the evil intentions of Asvathama, son of Dronacharya.
  • Krishna protects the Pandavas dynasty.
  • The Kurus tried to protect Jayadratha in vain.
  • The six members of saranagati: ānukūlyasya saṅkalpaḥ shloka
  • Conclusion: if you completely surrender to Krishna, your mind will not be disturbed.
  • Don’t imitate the behavior of sadhus, it results in problems.
  • There is anukarana = imitation (falsehood), and, anusarana = follow. This is the difference.
  • Learn to surrender completely to Krishna, then He will hear your prayers.
  • You can even pronounce the words wrong, but the Lord accepts your mood.


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