• Two meanings of vyasakuta.
  • Perfect knowledge is that which has been realised.
  • Reading Srimad-Bhagavatam without knowing its real meaning leads to hell.
  • How to know the real meaning of Srimad-Bhagavatam (surrender to Hari, Guru and Vaishnavas).
  • When you serve Guru and Vaishnavas, all tattva-siddhanta manifests in your heart.
  • Story of Shankaracharya and his disciple Giri.
  • Guru-seva brings the perfect realisation of the scriptures.
  • Guru-nistha and guru-bhakti are the backbone of our spiritual life.
  • Bhagavat krpa and guru krpa (compassion) come in 3 forms: hardika – manifested by the heart, vacika – manifested by the words, aloka-dana – by the appearance.
  • Example of aloka-dana: Sri Sukadeva Gosvamipada’s lila in the forest (uttama maha bhagavata darshan).
  • Example of hardika: When Lord Narayana manifests knowledge in Brahma’s heart.
  • Example of vacika: As Brahma taught Narada Rsi.
  • The meaning of sloka 1.2.2 of The Srimad-Bhagavatam (“Yaṁ pravrajantam anupetam apeta-kṛtyaṁ”).
  • Guru krpa hi kevalam: “Krpa” means: “kr” is the practice, “pa” is receiving through it. Everything is possible through the mercy of the Guru.
  • Meaning of vapu-seva, vani-seva and ‘monkey service’.
  • How Srila Rupa Gosvami served Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu by writing and publishing his granthas.
  • The perfect service to the Guru is vani-seva.
  • Even though the guru-parampara speaks in different ways, what your guru says is the absolute truth.


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