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God-Realization Through Bhakti-Yoga

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Says Sri Krishna to Uddhava:---
Ideas of rivalry, jealousy, pity and egoism quickly depart from a man who always thinks of Me in all men.

— Srimad Bhagavatam



Preparation in Bhakti-Yoga

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greater is the difficulty of those whose minds are set on the all-transcendent Being beyond manifestation. The goal of the unmanifested One is very hard to reach for the seekers who are not free from the body-idea[who identify themselves with the body].

— Bhagavad-Gita
XII: 5



IF YOU LOVE A WOMAN OR IF YOU LOVE A MAN

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IF YOU LIKE A WOMAN OR A MAN YOU WILL SOMETIMES THINK OF THEM

IF YOU LOVE A WOMAN OR A MAN YOU WILL THINK OF THEM ALL THE TIME,EVEN WHEN YOU MAY NOT WANT TO



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Thus Spake Lord Krishna --------
Through unfailing devotion, Arjuna, you can know Me, see Me, and attain union with Me. Whoever makes Me the Supreme Goal of all his work and acts without selfish attachment, he who devotes himself to Me completely and is free from ill will for any creature, enters into Me.

— Bhagavad Gita
11: 54-55



Preparation in Bhakti-Yoga

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Lord Krishna had declared that ------------

Through devotion, one knows Me in truth what and who I am. Then Knowing Me in truth he forthwith enters into Me.

— Bhagavad-Gita
XVIII: 55



Preparation in Bhakti-Yoga

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The knowers of truth declare that to be the truth ---- the ultimate reality, which is nondual consciousness. As all-transcendent that is called Brahman; and as immanent in the vuniverse, that is called 'Parmatma [the all-pervading Self] and Bhagavan [the all-gracious God worshiped by the devotees].'

— Srimad Bhagavatam
1:2.11



Preparation for Meditation in Bhakti-Yoga

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The Knowers of Truth declare that to be the Truth --- the ultimate reality, which is non-dual consciousness. As All-transcendent that is called Brahman; and as immanent in the universe,that is called 'Parmatma [the all-pervading Self] and 'Bhagavan [the all-gracious God worshiped by the devotees]'.

— Srimad Bhagavatam
1:2.11



Preparation in Bhakti Yoga

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In this world, O Lord, in search of wealth I found Thee the greatest treasure. In this world, O Lord, in search of a friend I have found Thee the sole dependable one. In this world, O Lord, in search of someone to love, I have found Thee the most lovable one. Where else but at Thy blessed feet shall I seek refuge. Thou art my sole Support, my sole Friend, my sole Abode, my sole Goal, Thou art my All-in-All.

— Srimad Bhagavatam



Preparation in Bhakti-Yoga

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The truths related in this text become manifest to those great ones who develop supreme devotion to God and as much devotion to the preceptor as to God.

— Svetasvatara Upanishad
VI: 23



God-realization through Bhakti-Yoga

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Lord Krishna speaks in Bhagavatam as:-

He who worship Me, attaining devotion to Me through association with sages easily realizes My state taught by the sages.

— Srimad Bhagavatam
XI:II.25