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Pages in category "Not Controlled"
The following 26 pages are in this category, out of 26 total.
- Adanta-gobhir visatam tamisram. If your senses are not controlled, then your senses will drag you to the darkest region of hell. That is another problem
- As a disease, if initially neglected, becomes acute and impossible to cure, or as the senses, if not controlled at first, are impossible to control later, an enemy, if neglected in the beginning, later becomes insurmountable - SB 10.4.38
- As long as one is under the control of material nature, his occupational duty is different from that of a person not under such control. One's real dharma, or occupational duty, is described in Srimad-Bhagavatam - dharmam tu saksad bhagavat-pranitam
- For one who has not controlled his senses, going to the forest to become a so-called yogi is meaningless
- From the facts presented in this verse (SB 4.21.12), it appears that people in general should be controlled by a king until they come to the platform of Vaisnavas and brahmanas, who are not under the control of anyone
- If the individual soul were not controlled by the Supersoul, then how could one explain the Vedic version that a living entity transmigrates from one body to another and enjoys or suffers the effects of his past deeds?
- If you do not control your tongue, if you feel inconvenient in taking prasadam, that means you are not making progress
- Isvara means controller. That nature is not controlling. The real controller is Krsna
- Isvarah paramah krsnah sac-cid-ananda-vigrahah (Bs. 5.1). The word isvara means "controller." Nature is not controlling itself; the real controller is Krsna
- Some of the men in Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu’s civil disobedience movement were agitated because they could not control their minds. But the Lord was thoroughly peaceful, sober and unagitated
- Such mahatmas are not under the control of material nature (mahatmanas tu mam partha daivim prakrtim asritah (BG 9.13)). God is great and the mahatma's heart also becomes great by serving the great
- The demonic conclude that the world is phantasmagoria. There is no cause and effect, no controller, no purpose: everything is unreal
- The man does not know, "Where the horses are dragging me, either in the hell or heaven? I do not know." But the horses are not controlled, simply running, high speed. That these motorcars are running this way and that way
- Their (the Mayavadis) imaginative mental speculation cannot deter the progress of the Krsna consciousness movement, which is completely spiritual and is never under the control of such Mayavadis
- There is no one in the creation who can claim that he is not controlled. Everyone, regardless of how important or powerful, has a controller over his head. Krsna, however, has no controller; therefore He is God