SB 3.28.2

SB 3.28.2

Bhrigupati Prabhu (Los Angeles, CA) December 22, 2017 SB 3.28.2 — One should execute his prescribed duties to the best of his ability and avoid performing duties not allotted to him. One should be satisfied with as much gain as he achieves by the grace of the Lord, and one should worship the lotus feet of a spiritual...

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SB 3.27.21

SB 3.27.21

Bhrigupati Prabhu (Los Angeles, CA) December 8, 2017 SB 3.27.21 — The Supreme Personality of Godhead said: One can get liberation by seriously discharging devotional service unto Me and thereby hearing for a long time about Me or from Me. By thus executing one’s prescribed duties, there will be no reaction, and one will be freed from the contamination of...

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SB 3.27.9 —10

SB 3.27.9 —10

Bhrigupati Prabhu (Los Angeles, CA) November 24, 2017 SB 3.27.9 — One’s seeing power should be increased through knowledge of spirit and matter, and one should not unnecessarily identify himself with the body and thus become attracted by bodily relationships. SB 3.27.10 — One should be situated in the transcendental position, beyond the stages of material consciousness, and should be aloof from...

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SB 3.26.62 — 71

SB 3.26.62 — 71

Bhrigupati Prabhu (Los Angeles, CA) November 10, 2017 SB 3.26.62 — When the demigods and presiding deities of the various senses were thus manifested, they wanted to wake their origin of appearance. But upon failing to do so, they reentered the body of the virāṭ-puruṣa one after another in order to wake Him. SB 3.26.63 — The god of fire entered His mouth with the organ of speech, but the...

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SB 3.26.28

SB 3.26.28

Bhrigupati Prabhu (Los Angeles, CA) October 17, 2017 SB 3.26.28 — The mind of the living entity is known by the name of Lord Aniruddha, the supreme ruler of the senses. He possesses a bluish-black form resembling a lotus flower growing in the autumn. He is found slowly by the...

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SB 3.26.11 —14

SB 3.26.11 —14

Bhrigupati Prabhu (Los Angeles, CA) September 29, 2017 SB 3.26.11 — The aggregate elements, namely the five gross elements, the five subtle elements, the four internal senses, the five senses for gathering knowledge and the five outward organs of action, are known as the pradhāna. SB 3.26.12 — There are five gross elements, namely earth, water, fire, air and ether. There are also five subtle...

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