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Collated excerpts of the contextual explanations given during various Sankirtan programs for 'self-contemplation'.

Vyakhyaan by Vinod ji Agarwal_'B' Vrindavan

    • Spirituality

Collated excerpts of the contextual explanations given during various Sankirtan programs for 'self-contemplation'.

    Ek baar doob kar

    Ek baar doob kar

    Check out the playlist 'Hari-naam dhun' -  https://soundcloud.com/braj-rasik-vinod-agarwal/sets/hari-naam __  Listen to  'Shree Radha naam' at  https://shriradha.podbean.com  __    Click for the playlist 'Hare Kirshna Mahamnatra' - https://soundcloud.com/braj-rasik-vinod-agarwal/sets/hare-krishna-mahamntra 

    • 39 sec
    उद्दीपन - आलंबन

    उद्दीपन - आलंबन

    The external ambience acts like an encouraging factor for our devotional sentiment but its foundation lies in our own keenness to meet Him.

    • 1 min
    Thakur ke saath maza

    Thakur ke saath maza

    Like all the other realized souls, Swami Vivekananda too has said that we need not try to bind God by languages, dress codes etc rather we need to recognize the Supreme Being by building a personal bond with Him. He is formless but readily takes up various forms as per the notions of His different devotees.

    • 3 min
    Concentration & duration

    Concentration & duration

    The habit of freely talking to God makes us feel directly connected to Him. Such type of informal conversation involves the mind for a longer period than the formal mode of worshiping Him.

    • 2 min
    A For Apple

    A For Apple

    The ritualistic practices like chanting Lord’s name, singing His glories, reading sacred text, reciting prayers, listening to His pastimes and attending spiritual discourses are highly essential to foster our keenness for Him. It is like learning ‘A’ by referring to an ‘Apple’ but in the process we move ahead of the word while grasping the alphabet. Similarly, our hearts must crave to actually attain Him and not be contented with His references only.

    • 1 min
    Matki phodna

    Matki phodna

    Lord Krishna is known for cracking the pots which Gopis used to carry on their heads. These pots actually represent the set of age-long customs, beliefs, rituals etc which we follow just out of fear and by breaking those orthodox protocols, He lifts off the unnecessary burden from the devotees' mind because spirituality is all about freedom.

    • 1 min

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