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Author: The Bhakti Centre - Bath

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Simple living, high thinking. 

•  Bhakti Sessions: A monthly podcast discussing from a variety of perspectives just what it means to be a Bhakti yogi in this modern age.

• Bhakti Bookclub: A weekly podcast reading through and discussing the ancient books of the Bhakti tradition.

6 Episodes
The fact is that there is nothing but Krsna within and without. Everything is a manifestation of His different energies, like the heat and light emanating from a fire, and in this way there is a oneness among His diverse energies. Although there is oneness, however, the Lord in His personal form still enjoys unlimitedly all the pleasures enjoyed minutely by the tiny part-and-parcel living entities.
Through mental speculation, even the greatest philosopher cannot know the Supreme Lord, who is the Absolute Personality of Godhead. He can be known only by His devotees through His mercy. In the Brahma-saṁhitā (5.34) it is stated that even if a nondevotee philosopher travels through space at the speed of the wind or the mind for hundreds of millions of years, he will still find that the Absolute Truth is far, far away from him.
Human life is distinguished from animal life due to its heavy responsibilities. Those who are cognisant of these responsibilities and who work in that spirit are called suras (godly persons).
No one wants to die: everyone wants to live as long as he can drag on. This tendency is visible not only individually but also collectively in the community, society and nation. There is a hard struggle for life by all kinds of living entities, and the Vedas say that this is quite natural. The living being is eternal by nature, but due to his bondage in material existence he has to change his body over and over. This process is called transmigration of the soul or karma-bandhana,bondage by on...
Everything animate or inanimate that is within the universe is controlled and owned by the Supreme Absolute. One should therefore accept only those things necessary for himself, which are set aside as his quota, and one should not accept other things, knowing well to whom they belong.
Well Hello

Well Hello


Quick explanation about the Bhakti Book Club and the current book we are discussing - The Sri Isopanisad.