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Pages in category "Seclusion"
The following 14 pages are in this category, out of 14 total.
- As an ideal husband, Lord Jagannatha remained fifteen days in a secluded place with His wife, the supreme goddess of fortune. Nonetheless, the Lord wanted to come out of seclusion to give happiness to His devotees
- As for Lord Visnu, He is in seclusion in the core of the hearts of the yogis. As for Lord Siva, he has gone to the forest. Therefore you (Kamsa) have nothing to fear - SB 10.4.36
- He (Arjuna) has now (in BG 1.31) decided to go into the forest and live a secluded life in frustration. BG 1972 purports
- He was struck by a forefoot of the Lord, whom yogis, seeking freedom from their unreal material bodies, meditate upon in seclusion in mystic trance. While gazing on His countenance, this crest jewel of Diti's sons has cast off his mortal coil
- I(Srila Prabhupada) don't get any time to go into seclusion. My Guru Maharaja also did not approve of seclusion. He used to say: Dusta mana, tumi kisera Vaisnava?
- In India, there are still many yogis who assemble at the Kumba Mela. Generally they are in seclusion, but on rare occasions they come to attend special functions
- In order to concentrate the mind, one should always remain in seclusion and avoid disturbance by external objects. He should be very careful to accept favorable and reject unfavorable conditions that affect his realization. BG 1972 purports
- In those days in the jungles there were many hermitages. Those who wanted to live secluded life in the jungle, in the forest, they would have their home, very small cottage, and their means of living was milk and fruit
- Therefore he (Arjuna) considers himself fit to go to the forest to live a secluded life of frustration (he was reluctant to kill his enemies). BG 1972 purports
- This very process (sitting in an easy posture) is also recommended in Bhagavad-gita, Sixth Chapter. It is further suggested that one sit in a secluded, sanctified spot. The seat should consist of deerskin and kusa grass, topped with cotton