Archive for the ‘Sanga 2010’ Category

Iskcon Reform

December 18th, 2010 | Sanga, Sanga 2010 | webmaster | 4 Comments

History has shown that significant change comes more readily from committed individuals, not organizations or governments, and certainly not committees.

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The Prema-Yuga

October 28th, 2010 | Sanga, Sanga 2010 | webmaster | No Comments

Spiritual emotion, bhava, is constituted of Sri Krishna’s internal energy, svarupa-sakti. Its awakening in the devotee’s heart signals the first ray of the sun of prema, ecstatic love of God.

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God Plays

September 20th, 2010 | Sanga, Sanga 2010 | webmaster | No Comments

In various forms his reality overflows into the world of our experience, and sacred texts such as the Bhagavata try to capture and relate to us the essence of that expression.

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Homosexuality and Scripture

July 18th, 2010 | Sanga, Sanga 2010 | webmaster | 2 Comments

“Times change and with new information new opinions form, and if they are spiritually reasonable, the task for devotees is to support them with scriptural logic—sastra-yukti—or the logic that supports the essential conclusions of revelation.”

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Crow’s Nest of Misconception

May 22nd, 2010 | Sanga, Sanga 2010 | webmaster | 1 Comment

The sectarianism and religious fanaticism in the name of guru bhakti that Hari Sauri’s posts represent are telling. They speak loudly to the thoughtful observer as to just how much the swan-like paramahamsa Srila Prabhupada may have flown the coop of Iskcon, while leaders like Hari Sauri seek by such posts to secure the faith of its members, clip their wings, and fear monger them to embrace their crow’s nest of misconception.

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April 25th, 2010 | Sanga, Sanga 2010 | webmaster | No Comments

Visnupriya is the personification of devotional service. She appeared during the advent of Sri Gaura to assist him in preaching the holy names of the Lord.

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Single-Minded Devotion

February 26th, 2010 | Sanga, Sanga 2010 | webmaster | No Comments

When one actually loves, one loves One yet all at the same time by way of seeing the multiplicity in relation to the One.

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