Siksastakam- Quarto Verso

na dhanam na janam na sundarim kavitam va jagadish kamaye .....

este quarto verso do Sikshastakam contém tudo para uma vida pacífica ... espiritualmente e também materialmente .. em todos os sentidos .. Mahaprabhu diz que akele que deseja a misericórdia do Senhor, deve aniquilar de uma vez por todas todos os desejos por mulheres (ou homens no caso das mulheres), dinheiro, riquezas, posses etc... e apego a linguagem florida das poesias mundanas ..

Who are most fortunate? by Srimad B.B.Tirtha Goswami

Sree Sree Guru Gaurangau Jayatah!

I have heard from Guruvarga, that person is fortunate and blessed, who is rebuked and censured by others, especially by senior superior persons, because by that, he can destroy all sins without penance — but the condition is this — the person should have the capacity to tolerate censure.

The person, who is always respected and praised by others, is most unfortunate, because he has got no scope to get deliverance from the ill-consequence of sins which he has committed. The conditioned souls of the world are always very keen to get respect and praise from others, because of which, they are enslaved — enveloped by the illusory energy of Supreme Lord.

Sadhus do not become worried, if they are oppressed by others; they become worried if they, out of the mistake, inflict any kind of harm to any person as counter protest. We should always remember the instruction of Suniti Devi and Sree Narada Goswami to Dhruva, if we want to get the highest objective — Krishna-Prema, "Don't blame others for your distress. Jivas suffer such afflictions which they inflict upon others." Sree Chaitanya Mahaprabhu has taught us how to worship Sree Krishna in the third verse of 'Shikshastak' . These instructions are not merely for giving advice to others, but we are to practise it in our life.

--- His Divine Grace Srila Bhakti Ballabh Tirtha Goswami Maharaj

O que é Diksha?

No seu famoso bhajan 'sri guru charana padma ...' no qual ele glorifca Sri Gurudev, Narottama Thakur diz 'divya jnana hrde prokasito' ... divya jnana significa conhecimento transcendental- divino. Como Sri Gurudev trasmite isto aos discípulo sincero?