Spiritual Questions and Answers with Radhanath Swami

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How to Keep the Fire of Bhakti Bright? Radhanath Swami Says…

By on September 29, 2010 in Life with 102 Comments
How to Keep the Fire of Bhakti Bright? Radhanath Swami Says…

Question to Radhanath Swami: When we meet great souls the fire of bhakti is bright and clear in our hearts. But how can we keep that spark bright even when we are in the real world?

Radhanath Swami: We eat to gain strength. And it’s not that you just eat on Monday and comeback the next Sunday to eat again

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Radhanath Swami Answers, “Is the World Real or is it an Illusion?”

By on September 25, 2010 in Life with 62 Comments
Radhanath Swami Answers, “Is the World Real or is it an Illusion?”

Question to Radhanath Swami: I wanted to know whether this world is real or is an illusion?

Radhanath Swami: The world is real but your conception of the world is an illusion. For example, if you mistake a snake to be a rope, that’s an illusion. You may pick it up and tie it around your throat, but when you get bitten by it, that’s not illusion.

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Radhanath Swami’s Answer to “Why Did God Create Evil & Negativity?”

By on September 13, 2010 in Insights with 76 Comments
Radhanath Swami’s Answer to “Why Did God Create Evil & Negativity?”

Question to Radhanath Swami : What was God’s Purpose behind putting elements of negativity in the creation.

Radhanath Swami Answers : We are responsible for the negativity. God creates the opportunity, but then according to our desires and our ambitions we create the world we live in, the situations of this world. Just like, a father gives his children so many nice gifts.

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How to follow Sanatana Dharma today?

By on September 13, 2010 in Life with 61 Comments
How to follow Sanatana Dharma today?

Question to Radhanath Swami : Is it possible to follow the principles of sanatan Dharma in the world today?

Radhanath Swami Answers : Sanatana Dharma is beyond one religion or another. Sanatana Dharma refers to our constitutional nature of being servants of God and servants of every living being.

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