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He's sleeping. Why? Don't sleep and you can sleep at the end. Don't in the front. It is disturbing

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"you can sit at the end. Don't send to the front, it is disturbing"

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Srimad-Bhagavatam Lectures

He's sleeping. Why? Don't sleep and you can sleep at the end. Don't in the front. It is disturbing.


Lecture on SB 1.1.4 -- London, August 22, 1972:

You have no experience in your country. In India still there are snake-charmers. If one is bitten by the snake, he remains unconscious. By mantra he can be brought into consciousness and light. If a man is snake-bitten . . .

(aside) He is sleeping-wise. Don't sleep, then you can sit at the end. Don't send to the front, it is disturbing. Yes.

Enechi auṣadhi māyā nāśibāro lāgi. Lord Caitanya says that, "I have brought the medicine," māyā nāśibāro lāgi. Just like the snake-charmer, he chants mantra. That is factual.