Roses For No Reason

Krishna's Mercy

[Lord Krishna]“The Lord, Hari, whose bodily hue is like the indranila jewel, whose smiling is as beautiful as the kunda flower, whose silk dress is as yellow as golden autumn foliage, whose chest is beautified with garlands of flowers and who is always playing upon His flute – this enemy of the Agha demon is always attracting our hearts by wandering about Vrindavana.” (The Nectar of Devotion, Ch 41)

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How to describe bhakti-yoga to the uninitiated? Is it a religion? Is it a pursuit towards perfection? The people teaching it regularly speak of advancement, of purifying consciousness. Doesn’t that imply a discipline that has goals and objectives? In the purest form bhakti-yoga is ahaituki and apratihata: unmotivated and uninterrupted. There is nothing that compares in material life, so the best way to understand is to take existing interactions and analyze what happens…

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