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How can we accept the Vedas to be the manual?

By on February 21, 2012 in FAQ with 15 Comments
How can we accept the Vedas to be the manual?

To accept or reject a manual one must study it, apply it and see whether it works or it doesn’t work. To reject a manual without studying it or applying it would be non-scientific or just biased blind faith. Many people without studying the Vedas claim that they are bogus! Based on what scientific evidence or experiment do they make such a claim?

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Radhanath swami – Going deeper through internal changes

Radhanath swami – Going deeper through internal changes

The scriptures reveal a true chanter of the Holy Names of Krishna to be humble, tolerant and forgiving. The effective chanting of Hare Krishna requires us to offer respect to all others and expect none in return. Radhanath Swami elucidates, “ When we lead our lives centred on the principles of morality, integrity and servitude, then the Holy Names will bring our consciousness deeper and deeper into understanding our own spiritual essence, and our relationship with God, the all beautiful.”

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Three questions to ask during chanting

Three questions to ask during chanting

Radhanath swami explains a culture of scriptural study helps us provide our intelligence with the ammunition to fight the disloyal mind. During chanting, as the mind wanders, we can pull it back to the sound of the Holy Names by internally connecting to the sound of scriptures. The Vedic scriptures are the sound representation of God, and they contain many verses extolling the glories of Holy Names.

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