Online sangha: Dialogical Vaishnavism (part 1)

May 23rd, 2020 | Posted by ww-seva2 in class | lecture - (Comments Off)
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Número #13 – 10 de mayo de 2020

May 20th, 2020 | Posted by ww-seva2 in field notes_spanish - (Comments Off)
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Si bien estamos privados de la posibilidad de ir a los templos, podemos adorar a Krishna en su forma de Deidad en el hogar. Como Srila Prabhupada solía decir (parafraseando), “No hay restricción en la adoración a Krishna. Siempre podemos adorar a Krishna, en cualquier circunstancia ”.
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Sri Sri Radharasabihari Goshala at ISKCON Nilachal Dham

May 19th, 2020 | Posted by ww-seva2 in news - (Comments Off)


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Field Notes Issue #13 – May 10th, 2020

May 10th, 2020 | Posted by ww-seva2 in field notes - (Comments Off)
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While we are deprived of the possibility to go to temples, we can worship Krishna in His Deity form at home. As Srila Prabhupada would often say (paraphrasing), “There is no restriction in the worship of Krishna. We can always worship Krishna, in any circumstances.”
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Online sangha: Krishna consciousness and politics

April 25th, 2020 | Posted by ww-seva2 in class | lecture - (Comments Off)
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Online sangha: Worshiping Krishna at home

April 18th, 2020 | Posted by ww-seva2 in class | lecture - (Comments Off)
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Número #12 – 5 de abril de 2020

April 17th, 2020 | Posted by ww-seva2 in field notes_spanish - (Comments Off)
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En su descripción de la era de Kali, Shuka recita el Bhumi-gita, la Canción de la Tierra (Bhagavata Purana, Canto 12, capítulo 3). En esta canción, la Tierra (como personaje femenino) se ríe de la locura de innumerables reyes en sus inútiles esfuerzos por conquistarla. Al buscar el control de ella, no logran controlar sus propios impulsos sensoriales y se vuelven ajenos a su propia muerte inminente (Bhagavata Purana 12.3.4–5).
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Field Notes Issue #12 – April 5th, 2020

April 5th, 2020 | Posted by ww-seva2 in field notes - (Comments Off)
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In his description of the Kali age, Shuka recites the Bhumi-gita—the Song of the Earth (BhP 12.3). In this song, Earth (as a feminine personage) laughs at the folly of countless kings in their futile efforts to conquer her. In seeking control of her, they fail to control their own sensory urges and become oblivious to their own impending death (BhP 12.3.4–5).
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