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Stop Polluting Yourself with Mundane Formulas

(Bhaktiratna Sadhu Maharaj) #1


:tulip: One of the primary qualifications to go to Goloka after death is that we should strictly stop reading, talking, hearing, watching, and thinking about the mundane ever-changing news of this illusory material world right now, even if this world is turning upside down, and completely replace it by drowning in the eternal pastimes of Nitai in Goloka, the only real permanent truth in creation. Every second is so rare and important in this human life. It should be used only to make us ready for Goloka after our death. If we fill up our mind with mundane news and thoughts, it is very likely that we will be born again and again in this material world.

:rose: Kaliyuga means everything goes in a downward spiral and no one can stop it. So instead of hopelessly trying to change it by dwelling on or discussing mundane news, put your full focus on trying to get out of this material world after death in the very short remaining time in our lives, by drowning in the eternal pastimes. Unless one is really fed up of the mundane activities of the materialistic people of this temporal world, one will never get the strong will to go to Goloka after death. :hibiscus:
Nitaipreshthji Bhaktiratna Sadhu


:hibiscus: Some are advocating mundane techniques for preaching. But it is only the purity, bliss, and humility, which we gain from doing Nitai Vayulekhan, Harinam, Nam-Lila Shravan-Kirtan, and Dhamvas regularly, which actually change the heart of those whom we are preaching to, not some mundane formulae of preaching, and certainly not our listening at length to their mundane problems. :rose:

(Nitai Seva das) #2

Thank you Gurudev for opening our eyes again with these important quotes. Jaya Nitai. Dandavat Pranaam Shrila Nitaipreshthji Gurudev and all Nitaibhakts :pray::pray::clap::clap:

(rachnahk108) #3

Very true Gurudev. Very important and thought provoking article.:pray::raised_hands: