Conquering of a Devotee of God
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- A devotee is a great hero because he conquers the influence of maya
- A devotee of Krsna can conquer both sleep and ignorance simply by thinking of Krsna constantly. This is called Krsna consciousness, or samadhi. BG 1972 purports
- Arjuna is referred to as Gudakesa (in BG 1.24). Gudaka means sleep, and one who conquers sleep is called gudakesa. Sleep also means ignorance. So Arjuna conquered both sleep and ignorance because of his friendship with Krsna. BG 1972 purports
- If he (Arjuna) did not conquer the enemy, begging would be his only means of subsistence. Nor was there certainty of victory, because either side might emerge victorious. BG 1972 purports
- If he (Arjuna) should conquer his enemies, he would enjoy the kingdom; and if he should die in the battle, he would be elevated to the heavenly planets whose doors were wide open to him. Fighting would be for his benefit in either case. BG 1972 purports
- In the paramahamsa stage one conquers the desire for sleep, food and sense gratification. One remains a humble, meek mendicant engaged in the service of the Lord day and night. Madhavendra Puri had attained this paramahamsa stage
- Maharaja Ambarisa also conquered a great yogi, Durvasa Muni, simply because his mind was engaged in Krsna consciousness. BG 1972 purports
- Mahismati-pura (Maheshwar) is mentioned in Mahabharata in connection with Sahadeva’s victory. Sahadeva, the youngest brother of the Pandavas, conquered that part of the country
- My dear King, a devotee who has taken shelter of the dust from the lotus feet of the Lord can transcend the influence of the six material whips - namely hunger, thirst, lamentation, illusion, old age and death - and he can conquer the mind and five senses