Bhajananandi - Devotees of God
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- A devotee who does not preach but always engages in devotional activities is called a bhajananandi
- A devotee who does not preach but always engages in devotional activities is called a bhajananandi, whereas a devotee who not only is expert in devotional service but who also preaches the cult of bhakti & defeats all kinds of agnostics is a gosthyanandi
- As soon as you mix with these so-called babajis, bhajananandis and with three dozen women, you are fallen. Immediately
- Bhajananandi is interested for his own welfare, or they think it that he is not competent enough to preach; therefore he does not go for preaching work. Sva-vimukti-kama: "Let me look after my own affairs." "Oil your own machine"
- Bhajananandi is not so important than gosthyanandi. Bhajananandi is doing for himself, and gosthyanandi is doing for all living being
- Bhajananandi refers to one who is satisfied to cultivate devotional service for himself
- The word bhajananandi refers to the devotee who does not move, but remains in one place. Such a devotee is always engaged in the devotional service of the Lord. He chants the maha-mantra as taught by many acaryas and sometimes goes out for preaching work
- There are two classes of devotees. One is called gosthy-anandi, and the other is called bhajananandi
- There are two classes of unalloyed devotees - namely, gosthy-anandis and bhajananandis
- There are two classes of Vaisnavas - the bhajananandis and gosthy-anandis. The bhajananandis worship the Lord only for their own personal benefit, but the gosthy-anandis try to elevate all others to Krsna consciousness so that they may be saved
- There are two kinds of devotees. One is called gosthyanandi and the other bhajananandi
- There are two kinds of Vaisnavas - bhajananandi and gosthy-anandi
- This form of worship called gostananandi is more superior than the bhajananandi or the holy man who lives alone in meditation of the Lord within the heart. This is the estimation of the scripture