Subhananda dasa speaks with Harvard professor Harvey Cox and his divinity students on the traditional role of the guru.
When it comes to repairing our temporary body, we're eager to hear what the experts have to say. Not so, in spiritual matters.
“I am not God; I cannot eat all this. Distribute it. . .” One of the Krishna consciousness society's spiritual leaders tells how he first met his guru.
Christian, Muslim, Hindu—it doesn’t matter. A genuine spiritual master simply tries to get people to become devotees of Krishna, or God.
"If you understand you're not perfect, what's the use of trying to study the world this way and that? If you are imperfect, the result will be imperfect."
"What are the qualifications of the spiritual master? How can I find a bona fide spiritual master?" Jayadvaita Swami fields students' questions.
"When we make the form of Krishna in stone, then we worship stone—not that we worship just any stone."
You're in your picture. Krishna's in His picture. What's the difference? We can talk with Krishna’s picture.
—a piece of advice that none of us can afford to ignore.
At first glance, the cosmology of the Srimad-Bhagavatam might seem like a wild fantasy. Here are four ways to make sense of it all.
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