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Confidential Knowledge
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Knowledge through Service
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The Absolute Truth Full of Knowledge
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We become cognizant of the Absolute Truth by accepting knowledge from a spiritual master, but how has Kṛṣṇa become perfectly cognizant? How is Kṛṣṇa’s knowledge so perfect? Because He is fully himself as God by taking knowledge from a Māyāvādī, but Kṛṣṇa is God without taking knowledge from anyone. That is God.
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Unlike our knowledge, Kṛṣṇa’s knowledge is unlimited. As He says in the Bhagavad-gītā (7.26), “I to His knowledge. His knowledge, His body, and His happiness are completely different from our knowledge, body, and happiness. Therefore it is only out of ignorance that some people say the Absolute Truth is nirākāra, formless.
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imports of Vedic knowledge are automatically revealed.” The Vedas enjoin, tad-vijñānārthaṁ sa gurum evābhigacchet: one must approach a spiritual master who has full knowledge of the Vedas and be directed by him in order to become a devotee of the Lord. Then the knowledge of the Vedas will be revealed. When the Vedic knowledge is revealed, one need no longer remain in the darkness of material nature.
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How service to the Lord and the spiritual master results in Vedic knowledge is described in the Śvetāśvatara Upaniṣad (6.23):
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happens to know a little Sanskrit he becomes expert in Vedic knowledge. Many foreign scholars have , simple and tolerant, full of knowledge, and able to practically apply knowledge in life, and when he
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persons. We are indebted to the ṛṣis, or great sages, because we derive knowledge from their scripture know past, present, and future, and we are urged to take advantage of such invaluable knowledge. Thus we are indebted to the sages.
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“Those miscreants who are grossly foolish, who are lowest among mankind, whose knowledge is stolen learned, his actual knowledge has been stolen away by māyā on account of his being atheistic. philosophy, they are the lowest of mankind despite their advancement of education, science, and politics
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A person who does not have Vedic knowledge always acts in ignorance of what he has done in the past to the light.” This light is Vedic knowledge, which one can understand when one is elevated to the
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exhaustively, they are bewildered.” No one, therefore, can understand God by speculative knowledge. Indeed, by speculation one will be bewildered.