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The nectar of devotion 1
The mystic perfections achieved by actually successful yogīs are eight in number. Aṇimā-siddhi refers to the power by which one ...
The nectar of devotion 1
After comparing all these mystic yoga-siddhis to materialistic perfections, we find that the materialistic scientists try for the same perfections. ...
The nectar of devotion 1
Of course, in the categories of mystic perfection there are certain processes that the material scientists have not yet been ...
The nectar of devotion 1
The modern scientists have manufactured nuclear weapons with which they can destroy an insignificant part of this planet, but by ...
The nectar of devotion 1
There is another mystic perfection, which is known as prākāmya (magic). By this prākāmya power one can achieve anything he ...
The nectar of devotion 1
The highest perfection of mystic power is called kāmāvasāyitā. This is also magic, but whereas the prākāmya power acts to ...
The nectar of devotion 1
Foolishly, people who are enamored of the glimmer of modern materialistic advancement are thinking that the Kṛṣṇa consciousness movement is ...
The nectar of devotion 1
In the Hari-bhakti-sudhodaya it is stated that Prahlāda Mahārāja, a great devotee of the Lord, prayed to Nṛsiṁha-deva (the half-lion, ...
The nectar of devotion 1
Actually, a pure devotee does not aspire after any of these perfections, because the happiness derived from devotional service in ...
The nectar of devotion 1
There was a great devotee of Lord Caitanya known as Kholāvecā Śrīdhara, who was a very poor man. He was ...
The nectar of devotion 1
In the Nārada Pañcarātra it is also said that any person who has developed even a small amount of devotional ...
The nectar of devotion 1
THE RARENESS OF PURE DEVOTIONAL SERVICE