~Presented by Rukmini Walker This talk was given at Bhaktivedanta Manor on Tuesday, June 4, 2019 on living with gratitude, and giving with compassion. To listen to the audio recording, please click here or on the arrow below.
Meet Divya Alter, the chef/author of “What to Eat for How You Feel: The New Ayurvedic Kitchen” cookbook. We visit her restaurant Divya’s Kitchen in NYC’s East Village to learn the basics of how to eat for how you feel. Click here or on the video below.
In honor of International Women’s Day, I would like to share this talk I recently gave at the Institute for Spiritual Culture, The Glories of Our Mothers Conference — Rukmini Walker Mayapur, India, March 3rd, 2019 I’m very grateful to have been invited to speak at this conference, on the Glories of Our Mothers. Specifically, I’ve […]
Blog Post, Feb. 17th, 2019 On February 18th, we are celebrating the Appearance of Sri Nityananda, the beloved brotherly associate of Sri Caitanya in His pastimes five hundred years ago. We call it ‘appearance’ because it’s said that liberated personalities don’t take birth the way ordinary people do. In the Caitanya Bhakti tradition, Sri Caitanya […]
~by Susan Weiser Mason (Rukmini Walker’s Sister) Here in Damariscotta Mills the lake is frozen solid and expansion cracks groan in the frigid night air. The wind is bitter, and if I stay out too long I could put my life at risk. In the world of Five Element Acupuncture every season has an energetic […]
Anxiety attacks and breakdowns are a normal part of human life. No matter how sagacious, equipoised, tranquil, unimpassioned, silent and serene we appear on the outside, we all know that the world and its ruthless ways will one day drive us crazy and unsettle our minds to let all hell break loose. The Śrīmad-bhāgavatam (10.1.17 […]
Caitanya-bhakti can be cultivated in whatever position you are just by hearing the transcendental sound vibration of the scriptures and the holy name. You can get the full mercy of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Each and every one of us can start here and this will bring us to the highest subjects which are almost […]
The nature of Krishna’s spiritual pastimes is such that every step is a dance, every word is a song and every action has multiple layers of meanings in it. Glorious are poets like Śrī Harisūri who reveal to us these immensely deep meanings even in those activities of the Lord that may appear to have […]
-by Acyuta Gopi Someone can love you with all their heart and still, not be ready to meet you on the bridge. That place where soulmates meet and join hands to make it to the other side of life, both better for the experience. I have heard that opinion over and over again. And yet…everyday […]
The Sri Sri Corastakam by Bilvamangala Thakur (This ashtaka, or eight stanza poem, is recited, or sung, in the poetic meter known as “Upajati”.) (1) vraje prasiddham navanita-cauram gopangananam ca dukula-cauram aneka-janmarjita-papa-cauram cauragraganyam purusham namami I offer pranama to that foremost of thieves – who is famous in Vraja as the butterthief and He who […]