On learning that the material world is not our real home, we naturally wonder, “How did we get here?”
Why do we—the conscious entity within the body—think we are the body itself?
To what degree are we free, and to what degree are we like the rats in B.F. Skinner's caged animal experiments?
The great sage Narada, a pure devotee of Krishna, travels from earth to heaven and the spiritual world in search of the greatest recipient of Krishna's mercy.
Making soup over a camp stove in the rain can be yoga, if done in the right consciousness
What are the forces that make us act the way we do? How do these forces work? Who's controlling them?
Introspection. You need it. Take a break and think about what your life is about.
The Bhaktivedanta Archives is releasing a content update for the Bhaktivedanta Vedabase with more books and transcripts.
The soul within the body is like a pilot of an aircraft. His destination is far more important than the vehicle.
Western thought fails to understand how the Supreme Person can exist everywhere and still be a person.
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