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- A person desiring to cross over these ritualistic ceremonies certainly feels pains like the piercing of thorns and pebbles endured by one attempting to climb a hill. Thus the conditioned soul suffers unlimitedly
- A person is said to be established in self-realization and is called a yogi (or mystic) when he sees everything-whether it be pebbles, stones or gold-as the same. BG 6.8 - 1972
- All the jewelry from the bodies of the soldiers and commanders seemed like many pebbles flowing down the river of blood
- At the present moment we know very well that a few men look upon other women, besides one's married wife as mothers; very few men will look upon other's wealth as pebbles on the street
- For a person who has suitable shoes on his feet, there is no danger even when he walks on pebbles and thorns. For him, everything is auspicious. Similarly, for one who is always self-satisfied there is no distress; indeed, he feels happiness everywhere
- For him (the realized soul) mundane scholarship and mental speculation, which may be as good as gold to others, are of no greater value than pebbles or stones. BG 1972 purports
- In Pulaha-asrama is the Gandaki River, which is the best of all rivers. The salagrama-sila, the marble pebbles, purify all those places. On each and every marble pebble, up and down, circles like navels are visible
- It is as though they (householders) were pierced by thorns and hurt by pebbles. Material attachment is so strong that despite the suffering, one cannot give it up
- Our (the gopis) life rests only in You (Krsna). Our minds, therefore, are filled with anxiety that Your tender feet might be wounded by pebbles as You roam about on the forest path
- Our minds, therefore, are filled with anxiety that Your tender feet might be wounded by pebbles as You roam about on the forest path
- Salagrama-sila refers to pebbles that appear like stones with circle; marked up and down. These are available in the river known as Gandaki-nadi. Wherever the waters of this river flow, the place becomes immediately sanctified
- Such a person (satisfied by virtue of acquired knowledge and realization) is situated in transcendence and is self-controlled. He sees everything - whether it be pebbles, stones or gold - as the same. - Bg 6.8
- The devotees cannot tolerate even the pricking of the Lord's lotus feet by a thorn. This was the attitude of the gopis when they thought of Krsna wandering in the forest, with pebbles and grains of sand pricking His lotus feet
- The followers of the Krsna consciousness movement may therefore collect small rocks or pebbles from Govardhana Hill and worship them at home, because this worship is as good as Deity worship
- Thus self-controlled, one is not attracted by the material glitter, and he sees everything - pebbles, stones or gold - as the same. In the material civilization, so much paraphernalia is produced just to satisfy the senses