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Bhagavatam Class 7.9.36 Sridham Mayapur

 

  • The Lord’s impersonal aspect is spread everywhere, but it does not mean that the Lord is impersonal.
  • Everyone has an impersonal aspect. Perceptions of qualities is impersonal, but qualities have their personal applications.

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Bhagavad-Gita Thematic #16

This course is part of Sastra-Caksus, Year 2 and consists of 101 lectures, available on:

http://seminary.bhaktivedantaacademy.com/classes/bhagavad-gita-thematic

Given in Bhaktivedanta Academy, Sridham Mayapur, November 2011-April 2012

The following are lecture notes briefly delineating its contents.

  • We tend to think than an external work will revive God consciousness, but it is only the connection to internal potency that matters.
  • We cannot sideline the importance of the medium used, but we have to understand that it is secondary. First is first and second is second. Primary is primary, and secondary is supportive of the primary.

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Bhagavad-Gita Thematic #10

This course is part of Sastra-Caksus, Year 2 and consists of 101 lectures, available on:

http://seminary.bhaktivedantaacademy.com/classes/bhagavad-gita-thematic

Given in Bhaktivedanta Academy, Sridham Mayapur, November 2011-April 2012

The following are lecture notes briefly delineating its contents.

  • Seeing someone important just by our whim does not even work in the material world.
  • Krishna wants to see the living entity dealing in devotion. Otherwise, as Paramatma He is already seeing everyone.

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Bhagavad-Gita Thematic #2

This course is part of Sastra-Caksus, Year 2 and consists of 101 lectures, available on:

http://seminary.bhaktivedantaacademy.com/classes/bhagavad-gita-thematic

Given in Bhaktivedanta Academy, Sridham Mayapur, November 2011-April 2012

The following are lecture notes briefly delineating its contents.

  • The impersonal aspect doesn’t mean that there is no person. The person is there, but impersonal means only dealing with things that are connected to the person.
  • The impersonalists still describe the qualities of Brahman, and qualities do not come from nothingness, they come from a person.

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Nectar of Devotion Thematic #2

NECTAR OF DEVOTION THEMATIC STUDY, SASTRA CAKSUS YEAR 2, LECTURE #2, 16th Sep 2011

  • Of all the forms of the Lord, only Krishna can reciprocate with the complete sentiments of bhakti. In Lord Narayana one will not find very subtle and sweet elements that tare there in Krishna.
  • Everyone has an inherent rasa with the Lord. The science of devotion is equally valid in all the 4 sampradayas. But one who is satisfied in certain development will not move forward.

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Bhagavad-Gita Seriatim #39

This course is part of Sastra-Caksus, Year 1 and consists of 91 lectures, available on:

http://seminary.bhaktivedantaacademy.com/classes/bhagavad-gita-seriatim/

Given in Bhaktivedanta Academy, Sridham Mayapur, September 2010-April 2011

The following are lecture notes briefly delineating its contents.

  • Krishna’s attachment to devotees is purely based on expanding His experience, because He has no need of anything, while we have need for material relationship. We must understand these things to realize how Krishna is different from us. We are unreliable, but He is not like that. He doesn’t need to experience changes, but devotees require different varieties to see their connection to Krishna. The living entity is being assured that their needs will be taken care of, the Lord is the most selfless person.

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Bhagavad-Gita Seriatim #33

This course is part of Sastra-Caksus, Year 1 and consists of 91 lectures, available on:

http://seminary.bhaktivedantaacademy.com/classes/bhagavad-gita-seriatim/

Given in Bhaktivedanta Academy, Sridham Mayapur, September 2010-April 2011

The following are lecture notes briefly delineating its contents.

  • Qualities of Brahman and Paramatma do not stand on their own. Brahman and Paramatma understanding are used to cut our attachment to the material world, for “never forget”, but they are material concepts.

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Bhagavad-Gita Seriatim #25

This course is part of Sastra-Caksus, Year 1 and consists of 91 lectures, available on:

http://seminary.bhaktivedantaacademy.com/classes/bhagavad-gita-seriatim/

Given in Bhaktivedanta Academy, Sridham Mayapur, September 2010-April 2011

The following are lecture notes briefly delineating its contents.

  • The only thing that’s material is our illusory conception
  • By developing spiritual vision, we see the qualities of Brahman in all material manifestations

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