SB 3.31.6 — 9

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SB 3.31.6 — 9

Damayanti Devi (Cottonwood, Arizona)

May 14, 2018

SB 3.31.6 Bitten again and again all over the body by the hungry worms in the abdomen itself, the child suffers terrible agony because of his tenderness. He thus becomes unconscious moment after moment because of the terrible condition.
SB 3.31.7 Owing to the mother’s eating bitter, pungent foodstuffs, or food which is too salty or too sour, the body of the child incessantly suffers pains which are almost intolerable.
SB 3.31.8 Placed within the amnion and covered outside by the intestines, the child remains lying on one side of the abdomen, his head turned towards his belly and his back and neck arched like a bow.
SB 3.31.9 The child thus remains just like a bird in a cage, without freedom of movement. At that time, if the child is fortunate, he can remember all the troubles of his past one hundred births, and he grieves wretchedly. What is the possibility of peace of mind in that condition?

SB 3.30.19 — 20

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SB 3.30.19 — 20

Damayanti Devi (Cottonwood, Arizona)

April 30, 2018

SB 3.30.19 At death, he sees the messengers of the lord of death come before him, their eyes full of wrath, and in great fear he passes stool and urine.
SB 3.30.20 As a criminal is arrested for punishment by the constables of the state, a person engaged in criminal sense gratification is similarly arrested by the Yamadūtas, who bind him by the neck with strong rope and cover his subtle body so that he may undergo severe punishment.

SB 3.30.8

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SB 3.30.8

Damayanti Devi (Cottonwood, Arizona)

April 18, 2018

SB 3.30.8 He gives heart and senses to a woman, who falsely charms him with māyā. He enjoys solitary embraces and talking with her, and he is enchanted by the sweet words of the small children.

SB 3.29.42

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SB 3.29.42

Damayanti Devi (Cottonwood, Arizona)

April 3, 2018

SB 3.29.42 Out of fear of the Supreme Personality of Godhead the rivers flow, and the ocean never overflows. Out of fear of Him only does fire burn and does the earth, with its mountains, not sink in the water of the universe.

SB 3.29.21

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SB 3.29.21

Damayanti Devi (Cottonwood, Arizona)

March 7, 2018

SB 3.29.21 I am present in every living entity as the Supersoul. If someone neglects or disregards that Supersoul everywhere and engages himself in the worship of the Deity in the temple, that is simply imitation.

SB 3.29.8

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SB 3.29.8

Damayanti Devi (Cottonwood, Arizona)

February 19, 2018

SB 3.29.8 Devotional service executed by a person who is envious, proud, violent and angry, and who is a separatist, is considered to be in the mode of darkness.

SB 3.28.42

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SB 3.28.42

Damayanti Devi (Cottonwood, Arizona)

February 6, 2018

SB 3.28.42 — A yogi should see the same soul in all manifestations, for all that exists is a manifestation of different energies of the Supreme. In this way the devotee should see all living entities without distinction. That is realization of the Supreme Soul.

SB 3.28.27

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SB 3.28.27

Damayanti Devi (Cottonwood, Arizona)

January 22, 2018

SB 3.28.27 The yogī should further meditate upon the Lord’s four arms, which are the source of all the powers of the demigods who control the various functions of material nature. Then the yogi should concentrate on the polished ornaments, which were burnished by Mount Mandara as it revolved. He should also duly contemplate the Lord’s discus, the Sudarśana cakra, which contains one thousand spokes and a dazzling luster, as well as the conch, which looks like a swan in His lotuslike palm.

SB 3.28.5 — 6

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SB 3.28.5 — 6

Damayanti Devi (Cottonwood, Arizona)

December 27, 2017

SB 3.28.5 One must observe silence, acquire steadiness by practicing different yogic postures, control the breathing of the vital air, withdraw the senses from sense objects and thus concentrate the mind on the heart.
SB 3.28.6 Fixing the vital air and the mind in one of the six circles of vital air circulation within the body, thus concentrating one’s mind on the transcendental pastimes of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, is called samādhi, or samādhāna, of the mind.

SB 3.27.3

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SB 3.27.3

Damayanti Devi (Cottonwood, Arizona)

November 16, 2017

SB 3.27.3 — The conditioned soul therefore transmigrates into different species of life, higher and lower, because of his association with the modes of material nature. Unless he is relieved of material activities, he has to accept this position because of his faulty work.