SB 3.26.47 — 49

SB 3.26.47 — 49

Ramananda Dasa (Volcano, Hawaii) November 1, 2017 SB 3.26.47 — The sense whose object of perception is sound is called the auditory sense, and that whose object of perception is touch is called the tactile sense. SB 3.26.48 — The sense whose object of perception is form, the distinctive characteristic of fire, is the sense of sight. The sense whose object of perception is taste, the distinctive...

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SB 3.26.31

SB 3.26.31

Ramananda Dasa (Volcano, Hawaii) October 19, 2017 SB 3.26.31 – Egoism in the mode of passion produces two kinds of senses: the senses for acquiring knowledge and the senses of action. The senses of action depend on the vital energy, and the senses for acquiring knowledge depend on...

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SB 3.26.18

SB 3.26.18

Ramananda Dasa (Volcano, Hawaii) October 5, 2017 SB 3.26.18 — By exhibiting His potencies, the Supreme Personality of Godhead adjusts all these different elements, keeping Himself within as the Supersoul and without as...

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SB 3.26.3 

SB 3.26.3 

Ramananda Dasa (Volcano, Hawaii) September 19, 2017 SB 3.26.3  The Supreme Personality of Godhead is the Supreme Soul, and He has no beginning. He is transcendental to the material modes of nature and beyond the existence of this material world. He is perceivable everywhere because He is self-effulgent, and by His self-effulgent luster the entire creation is...

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SB 3.25.21

SB 3.25.21

Ramananda Dasa (Volcano, Hawaii) August 16, 2017 SB 3.25.21 — The symptoms of a sādhu are that he is tolerant, merciful and friendly to all living entities. He has no enemies, he is peaceful, he abides by the scriptures, and all his characteristics are...

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SB 3.24.44

SB 3.24.44

Ramananda Dasa (Volcano, Hawaii) July 18, 2017 SB 3.24.44 — Thus he gradually became unaffected by the false ego of material identity and became free from material affection. Undisturbed, equal to everyone and without duality, he could indeed see himself also. His mind was turned inward and was perfectly calm, like an ocean unagitated by waves....

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