This is the fifth video in the "How to be Anchored in the Divine" series of talks conducted by Swamiji Ma Gurupriya during Gurupoornima Retreat 2023. In this sublime talk, Ma says that Srimad Bhagavatam defines Bhakti as unconditional and unmotivated love for God, which is stable.
The word ‘Gurutva’ means profundity, solemnity, dignity and loftiness. In spiritual life, it implies the ability to receive, retain, and give. As one progresses, he must ultimately resemble the sky and God!Read More
Expectations must become extinct. Liberation is vāsanā-tānavam—extinction of desires. Desires will not fall the way you want, but will fall. Recognize the place for extinction of desires, and allow them to settle.Read More
The power that sustains your life in good and bad, in prosperity and adversity, in success and failure, is called dharma.Read More
Moderation is the watchword for every one of you. Krishna says the Yoga of Bhagavad Gita will become relevant and effective, provided we are moderate. Eat moderately, sleep moderately, exert moderately, listen to moderately and speak moderately.Read More