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  1. Why the Srimad Bhagavatam does not talk about avatar comming in the future (only kalki)? and what will happen between these 427.000 years? At least Srila Prabhupada in a purport says that if the world is getting worse Lord Krsna would descend again very soon
  2. Thanks, when I talk about neo gurus I am talking about post Srila Prabhupada, they started this issue
  3. I know in the core of my heart that the impersonalist origin and fall down of the soul is not the final true or is not like the neo-gurus explain, and when I read such things cause me pain. I think that Devotees who accept the conclusion that the jiva has never seen Krsna their lives are very embittered and become guru fanaticals and idolatrous, and I know this by facts, they enter in a hole and wants that all people enter with them. I would like to open a topic talking about what is the practical effect of such theories. Two days ago a person asked to a guru how the jiva fall and why we are here? this guru instead of saying what Srila Prabhupada taught (we were rebellious, etc) , explain him the impersonal origin of the jiva and this person didn't accept this conclusion, I saw his face after the conversation and was like this .
  4. A devote said me that His Guru (Disciple of Srila Prabhupada) went to Sridhar Maharaj and He said Him that he should make disciples. As far as I know The Diksa Guru entrust his disciple to be a Guru, Srila Prabhupada was ordered by His Spiritual Master to be a Guru, but can a Siksa Guru take the position of the Diksa and say to his godbrother's disciple be guru and make disciples? Thanks! Hare Krsna!
  5. Srila Prabhupada Bhagavad Gita Introduction The Lord says, na tad bhasayate suryo na sasanko na pavakah. yad gatva na nivartante tad dhama paramam mama. One who can approach that spiritual sky is not required to descend again to the material sky. Uddhava Gita with commentary and Purport of Previous Acaryas The Supreme Lord said: My dear Uddhava, the three modes of material nature work under My control, sometimes designating the living entities as conditioned and sometimes granting them liberation. Truthfully, the living entities are never really conditioned or liberated, just as I remain unchanged as the Supreme Absolute Truth, the master of all potencies. COMMENTARY (Srila Vishvanatha Cackravarti Thakur) In this chapter, the Lord describes to Uddhava characteristics of conditioned and liberated souls, the symptoms by which one can recognize saintly persons, and the limbs of devotional service. The Lord tells Uddhava that his question is unnecessary because the soul is never really bound by the material nature. It is simply an illusion to think that the materal body, which is created by the influence of the three modes of material nature, is the self. Only due to such illusion does the living entity suffer, just as one experiences distress in a dream. Of course, materal nature is not an illusion—it actually exists, just as the living entities also exist, both being potencies of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. It is the dream that he is a part of the material nature that constitutes the illusion of the living entity. Thus, the soul is never actually bound because his existence is always superior to that of matter. PURPORT (Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati) The Supreme Personality of Godhead is the master of all potencies. It is only by speculation that the ignorant conditioned souls imagine that the Lord is devoid of variegatedness. Although the living entity is part and parcel of the Lord’s superior potency, he now identifies with the inferior potency of the Lord and thus experiences conditional life. The living entity is liberated when contacts the superior potency of the Lord, which has three divisions— hlädiné, or spiritual pleasure; sandhiné, or eternal existence; and saàvit, or all-pervading knowledge. The Lord’s existence is sac-cid-änanda and He never becomes forgetful. The living entities, however being minute in quantity, are sometimes conditioned and sometimes liberated. The neutral state of the three modes of material nature is called pradhäna. When the three modes of material nature interact, they compete for control over the tiny living entities, thus creating a variety of manifestations. When the conditioned soul desires to free himself from the entanglements caused by the modes of material nature, he must take to the devotional service of the Lord, which can elevate him to the spiritual world. In the spiritual sky, everyone possesses spiritual bodies that are not subject to change. In such a liberated state of existence, there is no possibility of being influenced by the three modes of material nature. After understanding one’s eternal nature, one can see that he was never really a part of this material world. On the spiritual platform, there is no existence of the conception of liberation and bondage. Being the marginal energy of the Supreme Lord, one should use his minute independence to engage in the Lord’s devotional service and thus revive his original consciousness, which is eternal, full of knowledge, and full of bliss. In such a state, there is no chance of once again falling into illusion.
  6. yes and is scientifically checked, search for Dr Emoto and his water experiments
  7. Chapter 14: The Ecstasy of the Lord and His DevoteesBhaktivedanta VedaBase: Teachings of Lord Caitanya here are two kinds of dresses worn in that relationship of conjugal love, and they are called sambhoga and vipralambha. On the sambhoga platform, the dresses are unlimited, and on the vipralambha they are four in number. The ecstasy exhibited before the lover and beloved meet, the ecstasy experienced between them after meeting, the state of mind experienced by not meeting, and the state of mind experienced after meeting fearing separation are called vipralambha. That vipralambha serves as a nourishing element for future meetings. When the lover and beloved meet all of a sudden and embrace one another, they feel an ecstasy of happiness, and the state of mind they experience in that ecstasy is called sambhoga. According to the situation, sambhoga ecstasy is also known by four names: (1) sańkṣipta, (2) sańkīrṇa, (3) sampanna, (4) samṛddhimān. Such symptoms are also visible during dreams.
  8. even we could kick Him out of love!
  9. they are comming to my house, anD I live in front of them also they are comming all weeks, it is getting annoying and they know my name!
  10. Once a Disciple of Srila Prabhupada met Saibaba's Followers, These followers started saying that Saibaba was God and the Disciple of SP replied : I didn't know that God was so Ugly! Saibogus is a rascal!!!! just see this video http://www.metacafe.com/watch/725298/becareful_with_fake_god_sathya_sai_baba_part_9/
  11. Every Soul after leaving this gross body, Go to the above of Lord Brahma and He judge us according to our deeds, There we can see all our life as a film... is yamaraj an expansion of Lord Brahma?
  12. My room is 3x2m and next to the computer are Sp books, it is sad because I am reading less and less:crying2:
  13. I am still waiting a response from isvara about the ebook:mad2:
  14. I am getting it from http://touchstonemedia.com/ as ebook, it will cost me like $12
  15. The Supreme and Absolute Lord Says: Some says that Jesus is superior, Shiva is superior, Krsna is superior, Vishnu is superior, Brahma is superior, and others says that Jehova is superior, But I say to them that their ignorance is by far superior.
  16. A Tibetan Monk (Kaula) told me and show me a scripture where it says that all comes from Goloka, from the Absolute and Supreme Dimension. He never used the name Goloka because is not vaishnava but is the same thing, He told me that there are three main dimension. In Vaishnava's words: the Material World(gross and sutil) the Spiritual World(Vaikhunta, Brahmaloka) and the Supreme and Absolute Dimension which all is originated from there. Also told me that Lord Krsna, Lord Rama; is the same Suprem Person, ParamShiva with his Consort ParamShakti or Radharani, Sita. Krsna is the Supreme and Absolute Lord and Radharani is his Supreme and Absolute Consciousness. He also told me that the Suprem Lord is not impersonal. Also He told me about Lord Gauranga as an Incarnation of the Supreme Lord, etc....
  17. Where Lord Krsna says: My refulgence, the brahmajyoti, is made of infinite persons?
  18. so every minute ray has a trascendental form like Lord Krsna?
  19. Is not impersonalist to deny the form of the soul and target our origin the impersonal brahman without a personal form?
  20. TEXT 26 atha cainam nitya-jatam nityam va manyase mrtam tathapi tvam maha-baho nainam socitum arhasi SYNONYMS atha--if, however; ca--also; enam--this soul; nitya-jatam--always born; nityam--forever; va--either; manyase--so think; mrtam--dead; tatha api--still; tvam--you; maha-baho--O mighty-armed one; na--never; enam--about the soul; socitum--to lament; arhasi--deserve. TRANSLATION If, however, you think that the soul is perpetually born and always dies, still you still have no reason to lament, O mighty-armed. PURPORT There is always a class of philosophers, almost akin to the Buddhists, who do not believe in the separate existence of the soul beyond the body. When Lord Krsna spoke the Bhagavad-gita, it appears that such philosophers existed, and they were known as the Lokayatikas and Vaibhasikas. These philosophers maintained that life symptoms, or soul, takes place at a certain mature condition of material combination. The modern material scientist and materialist philosophers also think similarly. According to them, the body is a combination of physical elements, and at a certain stage the life symptoms develop by interaction of the physical and chemical elements. The science of anthropology is based on this philosophy. Currently, many pseudo-religions--now becoming fashionable in America--are also adhering to this philosophy, as well as to the nihilistic nondevotional Buddhist sects. Even if Arjuna did not believe in the existence of the soul--as in the Vaibhasika philosophy--there would still have been no cause for lamentation. No one laments the loss of a certain bulk of chemicals and stops discharging his prescribed duty. On the other hand, in modern science and scientific warfare, so many tons of chemicals are wasted for achieving victory over the enemy. According to the Vaibhasika philosophy, the so-called soul or atma vanishes along with the deterioration of the body. So, in any case, whether Arjuna accepted the Vedic conclusion that there is an atomic soul, or whether he did not believe in the existence of the soul, he had no reason to lament. According to this theory, since there are so many living entities generating out of matter every moment, and so many of them are being vanquished at every moment, there is no need to grieve for such an incidence. However, since he was not risking rebirth of the soul, Arjuna had no reason to be afraid of being affected with sinful reactions due to his killing his grandfather and teacher. But at the same time, Krsna sarcastically addressed Arjuna as maha-bahu, mighty-armed, because He, at least, did not accept the theory of the Vaibhasikas, which leaves aside the Vedic wisdom. As a ksatriya, Arjuna belonged to the Vedic culture, and it behooved him to continue to follow its principles.
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