Category:Demands of the Body
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Pages in category "Demands of the Body"
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- A person who is in pure bhakti-yoga, or in K.C., does not arouse the senses while meeting the demands of the body. Rather, he accepts the bare necessities of life, making the best use of a bad bargain, & enjoys transcendental happiness in K.C.
- A person whose mind is completely dovetailed with the desire of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, and who engages one hundred percent in the service of the Lord, forgets his material bodily demands
- As long as one has the material body, the demands of the body for sense gratification will continue
- As long as the material body exists, one has to meet the demands of the body, namely eating, sleeping, defending and mating
- Eating, sleeping, defending and mating are the four principles of material bodily demands which are common to both the animals and human society
- Even the society of lower animals, the birds and bees, cleverly manages its bodily demands of eating, sleeping and mating
- Extravagance in the matter of eating, sleeping, defending and mating - which are demands of the body - can block advancement in the practice of yoga
- If we accept the invitation of a rich man with the idea of receiving palatable food, we are also trying to satisfy the demands of the tongue
- If we offer palatable dishes to the Deity with the intention of eating such nice food, we are involved in trying to satisfy the demands of the tongue
- In our conditional state, our senses are engaged in serving these bodily demands. When the same senses are engaged in executing the order of Krsna, our activities are called bhakti
- It is a fact that one may be very happy as far as riches are concerned and one may be very opulent in every respect, yet one has to manage the visayas to meet the demands of the body and of so many family members and subordinates
- Observing a forest like the ones in Vrndavana, by going to a place of pilgrimage, by visiting the course of the Ganges River, by being victorious over the dictations of bodily demands
- One may observe that these three senses are physically situated in a straight line, as far as the body is concerned, and that the bodily demands begin with the tongue
- Our business is to conquer over the demands of the body. The demands of the body is eating, sleeping, sex and defense. So spiritual life means make it almost nil
- Simply it is practice. So as you have practice, by practice you have increased so-called demands of your body, you can decrease it also
- So our process is to come to the standard of Krsna consciousness. There is no denial; the demands of the body are to be supplied because without supply of the demands of the body, how can I live?
- Social customs, scriptural injunctions, bodily demands, fruitive action, shyness, patience, bodily pleasures, self-gratification and the path of varnasrama-dharma, which is difficult to give up - the gopis have forsaken all these
- Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura writes that our material identification creates three kinds of urges-the urge to speak, the urge or demands of the mind and the demands of the body
- The demands of the body can be divided into three categories-the demands of the tongue, the belly and the genitals
- The four principal bodily demands-eating, sleeping, mating and defending-can be satisfied under any circumstances, whether one is born in an impious condition or in a pious condition
- The real reason for observing fasting on Ekadasi is to minimize the demands of the body and to engage our time in the service of the Lord by chanting or performing similar service
- There are some necessities of life on a par with those of the lower animals, and they are eating, sleeping, fearing and mating. These bodily demands are for both the human beings and the animals
- There are two kinds of knowledges: mundane knowledge and transcendental knowledge. Mundane knowledge means how to maintain this body, ahara-nidra-bhaya-maithunam, to meet the demands of this body
- This service is very difficult for the envious to perform, especially for a woman whose intentions are wicked, who lives only to gratify her bodily demands, and who indulges in duplicity