Browsing the "philosophy" Category

The Power Of Love

September 14th, 2020 | by Harmonist staff

Muslims did not convert to Hinduism but found in Sri Caitanya and his preoccupation a symbolic example of the heart of that which they themselves were striving for, albeit in different words than those found in the Koran

Beyond Logic: The Law of Karma

August 27th, 2020 | by Harmonist staff

In India, we do not have philosophy, we have darśana. You see the truth and then you explain it logically, as far as possible. But ultimately logic has its limitations

The Love of Sri Radha

August 24th, 2020 | by Harmonist staff

A lover can do many types of work, many different things, but they cannot forget their lover for a second. When we dedicate our love to the supreme lover, Krishna, with that kind of attachment and attraction and with our full energy, then it is called paramour love

The Remnants of Srila Prabhupada

August 12th, 2020 | by Harmonist staff

Once the late Sripada B. S. Govinda Maharaja—spiritual heir to the Sri Caitanya Saraswata Math of Srila B. R. Sridhara Maharaja—said of the followers of Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Thakura, “We are all living on the remnants of Swami Maharaja.”

The Birth and Life of the Unborn

August 11th, 2020 | by Harmonist staff

Attempts to objectify the life of Krishna in an effort to make him “real” derive partially from the need of the faithful, whose faith is fostered at least for some time by locating the super-subjective meditative reality within the objective material world

Try to Meet Krishna

August 10th, 2020 | by Harmonist staff

We are cultivating love for Krishna, and central to that is the idea that we can meet him. Try hard, it’s worth it. You won\'t be disappointed

Rāmāi Ṭhākura and Anaṅga-mañjarī-sampuṭikā

August 2nd, 2020 | by Harmonist staff

according to the Goswāmīs’ theology, Kṛṣṇa and Balarāma are one and Kṛṣṇa and Rādhā are one. But this does not mean that because Kṛṣṇa and Balarāma are one and Kṛṣṇa and Rādhā are one, therefore Balarāma and Rādhā are nondifferent

Anaṅga-mañjarī: An Historical and Theological Perspective

August 1st, 2020 | by Harmonist staff

From the Gauḍīya perspective, Balarāma’s Vraja śaktis are clearly a section of nameless gopīs associated with the Nāga community. And turning to the Ahivasi Gaur brāhmaṇas of the Daujī Mandira in Baldeo, we find that Revatī has been enshrined as Rāma’s principle consort, with no mention of Anaṅga

Back to Top ↑