Category:The Soul Is Immortal
Pages in category "The Soul Is Immortal"
The following 18 pages are in this category, out of 18 total.
- Accepting that the soul is immortal and it never dies, still, if some relative dies, we feel pain. Is it not a fact
- Although soul is immortal, but taking the soul is immortal, you cannot cut anyone's throat. He has got a right to live in that body for some time by the ordained order of the Supreme. I cannot get you out by force. That is sinful
- As a lawyer, when there is some dispute, you refer to the lawbook. Similarly, when there is dispute how the soul is immortal, the body is changing, you refer to Bhagavad-gita
- As we experience dehantara, different types of body, we are getting one after another, similarly the soul is immortal; he'll get another body
- Krsna described in sankhya-yoga that "This is your duty. You are ksatriya. Why you are rejecting fighting?" In this way, in so many ways . . . The soul is immortal, the body is perishable, so your grandfather or your kinsmen, they'll not die
- Krsna says because the soul is immortal, therefore tasmad evam viditva, understanding of this principle, enam, this body, na anusocitum arhasi. The real factor is the soul. We have to take care of the soul, not of the body
- The conclusion is that when this body will be no more fit for existing we shall have to accept another body. This is called tatha dehantara-praptih. So we have to change. That is nature's law. The soul is immortal
- The Lord now concludes the chapter of instruction on the immutable spirit soul (in BG 2.30). In describing the immortal soul in various ways, Lord Krsna establishes that the soul is immortal and the body is temporary. BG 1972 purports
- The soul is immortal because it has no principle of corruption in it
- The soul is immortal. Na jayate na mriyate va kadacit na hanyate hanyamane sarire (BG 2.20). The soul is not finished; simply a particular type of body being finished
- Though the soul is immortal, violence is not encouraged, but at the time of war it is not discouraged when there is actual need for it. That need must be justified in terms of the sanction of the Lord, and not capriciously. BG 1972 purports
- What is the difficulty to understand this logic, that the soul is immortal and the body is changing? What is the difficulty? Just try to understand. You have to preach immortality of the soul, transmigration of the soul
- Who is thinking that, "What next body I'm going to accept?" Nobody's interested. They say after finishing this body everything is finished. Bhagavad-gita says, na hanyate hanyamane sarire, nityam . . .na jayate na mriyate va kadacit. The soul is immortal