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Any place directly connected to Krishna is spiritually identical to Him and is therefore an ideal place for practicing Bhakti yoga.

Bhagavad-gita (2.62) states that one’s desires and ambitions develop according to the company one keeps. If we keep company with devotees of Krishna, we will develop our love for Krishna.

By hearing Srimad-Bhagavatam one's consciousness is completely purified.

Bhakti is higher than karma, material enjoyment, jnana, liberation, or yoga, mystic perfections.

Once we become convinced of the necessity of awakening our innate love for God, we want to act to awaken that love, then we will take guidance from a pure devotee who will engage us in the practices of Bhakti yoga.

The philosophy of Krishna consciousness is non-sectarian and monotheistic. It may be summarized in the following eight points...

Overview of Vaikuntha.

Goloka, or Vrindavana, is a wonderful place, full of spiritual variety and completely enchanting.

Krishna's internal potency has three divisions: potency for existence; potency for knowledge; potency for pleasure.

There are three spiritual destinations: Goloka, the highest, Vaikuntha, which is below Goloka, and the brahmajyoti, which is Krishna's bodily effulgence.

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