Pages in category "Ritualistic Processes"
The following 26 pages are in this category, out of 26 total.
- A man may think he will be happy by performing rituals, but he will never become truly happy by following the ritualistic process. Instead, he will simply increase his material pangs more and more
- According to the Vedas, there is a certain regulation that if one falls down from his exalted position, he has to undergo certain ritualistic processes to purify himself. BG 1972 purports
- Animal is killed or sacrificed under certain religious rituals, in the lower stage. In the higher stage there is no such animal sacrifice. Just like this Krsna consciousness movement, there is no ritualistic process as animal sacrifice
- Basic principle is love of God. That is religion. Don't bother about the ritualistic process. Just try to see how much you are increasing your love of God. Then you are religious
- Because he has got already natural tendency. And if he is . . . there is sanction by religiosity, ritualistic, religious process, then he will stick to it. So you have not done very nice work
- I can accept the ritualistic process tomorrow of the Christian faith; or a Christian may take another ritual - but his business, to serve the superior, that does not change
- If one searches for the ultimate goal by the ritualistic process, he will surely be baffled. Such a process involves the performance of rituals under the guidance of a priest who takes money in exchange for service
- If one wants to go there, there is a particular ritualistic process. If you adopt that, then you can go in your next life. That means after quitting this body you get a different body and you get your birth there. That is Vedic process
- If you become mundane moralist, or if you become mundane philosopher or if you stick to the ritualistic process of your particular faith, then there is no hope of reaching to the Absolute Truth
- In this age, because it is practically impossible to induce people to take up all these ritualistic processes, both the scripture and Caitanya Mahaprabhu recommend, "Chant the Hare Krsna maha-mantra." This is the special advantage of this age
- It is stated in BG that those who are advocates of knowledge alone, without any religious ritualistic processes, advance in knowledge after many, many lifetimes of speculation & thus come to the conclusion that Vasudeva is the supreme cause of everything
- Religion does not mean to follow some ritualistic process. That helps us to approach, but they are not, I mean to say, primal necessity
- Ritualistic process may be different. Hindus may be following a different kind of ritualistic process. The Christian may be following a different kinds of ritualistic process. That does not matter
- There are certain class of men who are simply philosophizing and there are certain class of men who are simply blindly following religious ritualistic process. So Bhagavad-gita is combination of both. That is scientific
- There are ritualistic process in every religion and in every scripture - but if we stick to that, then the result will be they will be entrapped by such fanaticism, and it will be not possible to make progress
- There are ritualistic processes in every religion and in every scripture - but if we stick to that, then the result will be they will be entrapped by the search, fanaticism, and it will be not possible to make progress. This is called daksina system
- These processes (ritualistic sacrificial performances) are mentioned in the Vedas, and one can take advantage of them. It is similar with those who want to be liberated from this material world
- This Krsna consciousness movement is incarnation. They are teaching love of Godhead. We are not teaching some ritualistic process that, "You become Hindu," "You become Christian," "You become Muhammadan." We are simply teaching, You try to love God
- This Krsna consciousness movement is incarnation. They are teaching love of Godhead. We are not teaching some ritualistic process, that "You become Hindu. You become Christian. You become Muhammadan." We are simply teaching, "You try to love God"