Atyāhāraḥ prayāsaś ca prajalpaḥ (Upadeśāmṛta 2). Prajalpa means for nothing talking nonsense. People are accustomed to talk so many things unnecessarily just in clubs, amongst friends' circle, which has no benefit either spiritually or materially. So that sort of talking should be avoided.
Atyāhāraḥ prayāsaś ca prajalpo niyamāgrahaḥ. Niyamāgraha means to stick to the rules, regulation. Suppose in your faith or in my faith there are certain rules and regulation to be observed. But if I go to some other place where the rules and regulation cannot be strictly observed, and if I want to observe such rules and regulation, then my main business is suffering. So we should not stick to the rules and regulation. We should see to the business.
Just like I am an Indian sannyāsī. I have come to your country, at your country. Oh, there are many rules and regulation in India which is different from your rules and regulation. But if I follow, if I stick to rules and regulation of Indian conception, then it is impossible to remain here. So I have to propagate this mission, Kṛṣṇa consciousness, so I am not so much attached to the rules and regulation, but I am attached to the preaching work.
So therefore, niyamāgraha. Atyāhāraḥ prayāsaś ca prajalpo niyamāgrahaḥ. This four . . . this niyamāgraha, is also against Kṛṣṇa consciousness. And niyamāgraha also: and when you are in a quite convenient position, if you do not observe the rules and regulation, that is also against Kṛṣṇa consciousness. Atyāhāraḥ prayāsaś ca prajalpo niyamāgrahaḥ.And laulyam. Laulyam means greediness. That is against Kṛṣṇa consciousness. Laulyam, and jana-saṅgaś ca. Jana-saṅgaś ca means to associate with persons who are not interested in Kṛṣṇa consciousness. We should avoid. We should avoid association of persons who are not interested in Kṛṣṇa consciousness. If we make more association with persons who are not interested in Kṛṣṇa consciousness, then it will go against me.