Maa begins her discourse by seeking blessings of her guru and mentally prostrating to him and Sri Krishna, who she feels has manifested in her life, as her guru. Her exemplary humility is so inspiring, as she seeks blessings of everyone who had assembled to hear her discourse on Srimad Bhagavatam and Bhakti. Maa recounted how much reading of Bhagavatam has chartered her growth as a devotee. Sharing her thoughts on Srimad Bhagavatam, she extolls the relevance of this supreme text in a seeker’s life. Quoting various shlokas from the Bhagavatam, she guides the listener that the only way to get over fear,agitation and anxiety in a changeful and transitory world is to seek a Sadguru. A guru, she says, is the supreme well wisher and he is the boatman who takes his shishya across the wordly ocean. Poojaniya Maa eloquently elaborates that in order to make devotion stable, a seeker must contemplate and ruminate constantly.
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