What We Cannot Know
March 23, 2017 – 12:33 am | No Comment

Science promises answers to the fundamental questions. But does knowledge have limits?

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Dutifully Maintaining Srila Prabhupada’s Legacy
September 26, 2016 – 12:33 am | One Comment
Dutifully Maintaining Srila Prabhupada’s Legacy

Our Srila Prabhupada wanted every one of his disciples to step up and become Bhaktivedanta.

Srila Prabhupada’s Dedication and Empowerment
September 22, 2016 – 12:30 am | 20 Comments
Srila Prabhupada’s Dedication and Empowerment

Prabhupada’s empowerment in krsna-sakti was so extensive that Krishna nama would appear on the tongue of even those who simply saw one of his disciples.

Mysticism
September 19, 2016 – 12:33 am | 3 Comments
Mysticism

The purpose of mysticism in all major religious traditions is to realize all of the implications of what it means to be consciousness: self realization and God realization. This subjective experience is arrived at by invoking a great deal of objectivity within what could be called a first person introspective discipline. The objectivity takes the form of detachment from sense objects through a gradual process of external withdrawal and internal focus.

The Bhagavata and Bhaktivinoda
September 15, 2016 – 12:30 am | 86 Comments
The Bhagavata and Bhaktivinoda

Bhaktivinoda sought to revive and continue that tradition of enlightened reform exemplified by Caitanya, whose message of bhakti to Krishna challenged caste barriers and brought the Bhagavatam forward as the “ripened fruit of the tree of Vedic knowledge.”