Category:Sense Gratification and Lust
Pages in category "Sense Gratification and Lust"
The following 25 pages are in this category, out of 25 total.
- As soon as the mind, being defeated by lusty desires, drifts toward feelings of sense gratification, the yogi should immediately bring it back and arrest it within the core of his heart
- At the end of one hundred years, one who has not acted as a human being in a life of tapasya (austerity & penance) must certainly be embodied again in a body like those of cats, dogs and hogs. This life of lusty desires and sense gratification is risky
- Being bound by hundreds and thousands of desires, by lust and anger, they (the demoniac) secure money by illegal means for sense gratification. BG 16.11-12 - 1972
- Bound by a network of hundreds of thousands of desires and absorbed in lust and anger, they (the demoniac) secure money by illegal means for sense gratification
- Love is only possible when you love God. There is no lust. There is no question of sense gratification. Simply for love: "Krsna is my lover. Krsna is my master. Krsna is my friend "
- Lust leads to fruitive activity for sense gratification
- Lust means sense gratification, and love also means sense gratification - but for Krsna
- Lusty desires are experienced when one is concerned with his own personal sense gratification. The mood of the gopis is not like that. Their only desire is to satisfy the senses of Krsna
- Materialistic life means attachment to the body and everything in relationship to the body. This attachment is based on lusty desires for sense gratification, specifically sexual enjoyment
- Mind is the center of all the activities of the senses, and thus the mind is the reservoir of all ideas of sense gratification; and, as a result, the mind and the senses become the repositories of lust. BG 1972 purports
- Since the basic principles of criminality are sense gratification, anger and unnecessary lust, persons conducted by these three enemies of the living entity are never promoted to Vaikunthaloka
- Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakura has suggested how one can conquer lusty desires for sense gratification
- The author of Caitanya-caritamrta, Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami, has explained that lust means sense gratification, and love also means sense gratification - but for Krsna
- The lusty person, who is compared to a foolish miser, never gets happiness by sense gratification
- This is the nature of lusty desires (SB 9.18.39). In Bhagavad-gita (BG 7.20) it is said, kamais tais tair hrta jnanah: when one is too attached to sense gratification, he actually loses his sense. The word hrta jnanah refers to one who has lost his sense
- This person was formerly interested solely in the matter of lust and sense gratification, and he had perfected the greatest skill in exploiting women to fulfill his lusty desires
- When strong lusty desires for sense gratification are unfulfilled, one becomes angry. This anger can be satisfied when one chastises his enemy
- With woman, the living entity is entangled with lusty desires, and he enjoys sex, just as one enjoys the aroma of a flower. He thus enjoys a life of sense gratification - from his tongue to his genitals
- Word kama-mudha, meaning one who has lost his sense or is infatuated by lust of attraction for sense gratification, is used. Kama-mudhas are bereft of Krsna consciousness and devotional service and are infatuated by a strong desire for sense gratification