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This material world means full of anxieties. That is material world. And when you come to the spiritual platform, there is no anxieties, no

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"this material world means full of anxieties, sada samudvigna-dhiyam" |"That is material world. And when you come to the spiritual platform, there is no anxieties, no"

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Srimad-Bhagavatam Lectures

You haven't got to do anything, everything will come automatically, naturally one becomes prasannātmā, very jolly. I am free from the anxieties. Because this material world means full of anxieties, sadā samudvigna-dhiyām (SB 7.5.5). That is material world. And when you come to the spiritual platform, there is no anxieties, no.

Suppose if somebody is assured that now, henceforward, you haven't got to do anything, everything will come automatically, naturally one becomes prasannātmā, very jolly. I am free from the anxieties. Because this material world means full of anxieties, sadā samudvigna-dhiyām (SB 7.5.5). That is material world. And when you come to the spiritual platform, there is no anxieties, no... Na śocati na kāṅkṣati (BG 18.54). That is anxiety-free. So anxiety-free does not mean you haven't got to do anything. Your material life is purified, sarvopādhi vinirmuktaṁ tat paratvena nirmalam (CC Madhya 19.170). When we become free from the designation, "I am this body," therefore "I am American," "I am Indian," "I am the father of this family, so I have got my wife, I have got my children," so many things, this is material relationship. So when we understand that I am nothing to do with all these things, certainly I become jolly, prasannātmā. But it is not that cessation of our activities. No. Mad-bhaktiṁ labhate parām (BG 18.54). In other words, the ātmārāma, they cease their material activities, but they begin their spiritual activities. Therfore we find Śukadeva Gosvāmī, he ceased from all material activities, but when he saw that Parikṣit Mahārāja is very much anxious what to do—he is a Vaiṣṇava, perfect Vaiṣṇava, and Śukadeva Gosvāmī is perfect Vaiṣṇava—he approached him, that "Parikṣit Mahārāja is perplexed..."