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Definition of Pure Devotional Service
be counted as pure devotional service. Pure devotional service should be free from the desire for any through volumes of word jugglery and speculation. Pure devotional service must always be free from such devotional service, from the authorities by spontaneous loving service. fruitive activities and philosophical speculations. One has to learn Kṛṣṇa consciousness, or pure
The Nectar of Devotion
Pradyumna: [reading] "4) Pure devotional service is rarely achieved. 5) Those in pure devotional service..."
The Nectar of Devotion
Pradyumna: Page 2. "Those in pure devotional service deride even the conception of liberation. [microphone feedback ] 6) Pure devotional service is the only means to attract Kṛṣṇa. Kṛṣṇa is all -attractive, but pure devotional service attracts even Him. This means that pure devotional service is even
The Nectar of Devotion
"Pure devotional service is rarely achieved." That is the criterion. Pure devotional service has labhyate [Cc. Madhya 8.70]. Pure devotional service, even after endeavoring for millions and millions of births, it is very difficult to achieve. Pure devotional service can be achieved only through the
CC Madhya 19.166
“When one is situated in pure devotional service, he develops love of Godhead; therefore let me describe some of the symptoms of pure devotional service.
CC Madhya 24.111
To attain the platform of pure devotional service, one has to become spiritually pure and attain the brahma-bhūta platform, which is beyond material anxiety and approaches pure devotional service after realizing Brahman, one becomes attracted by pure devotional service. At
The Nectar of Devotion
Therefore it is very difficult. People do not wish to come to the pure devotional service. They ... [Bg. 18.66]. That is the beginning of pure devotional service. No other engagement. Simply Kṛṣṇa . That is pure devotional service. But that is very difficult to achieve.
Bhakti: the art of eternal love 8
6. Pure devotional service is the only means to attract Kṛṣṇa. Kṛṣṇa is all-attractive, but pure devotional service attracts even Him. This means that pure devotional service is even transcendentally
The nectar of devotion 1
Characteristics of Pure Devotional Service
The Nectar of Devotion
Prabhupāda: Yes. Jñāna-karmādy-anāvṛtam [Cc. Madhya 19.167]. Pure devotional service should be uncovered by the motive of nirbheda-brahmānusandhana, the motive of karma and motive of jñāna. That is pure devotional service. No motive.
Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam 6.1.13–14
-bhakti. There is no mixture. Kevala means only pure devotional service. What is that pure devotional service?
CC Madhya 19.166
śuddha-bhakti — pure devotional service without material contaminations; haite — from; haya — is -bhaktira — of pure devotional service; kahiye — let me explain; lakṣaṇa — the symptoms.