Radhanath Swami on ‘Power of Maya’

Power of Maya

The Vedic scriptures describes that there is one eternal, the absolute truth and from that one eternal has expanded the unlimited eternals. The unlimited eternals are forever subordinate to the one eternal. The jiva is tatastha sakti and as a particle of Krishna …

Radhanath Swami on ‘Conflict Resolution’

Conflict is the very nature of this material world. Even the cells within our bodies are in conflict. The subtlest of all elements of creation is the false ego, and all other elements—earth, water, fire, air, ether, mind and intelligence are both evolving from and resting upon the false ego. But what is the false ego …

Radhanath Swami explains how yoga means unity

What is the meaning of yoga? Yoga means unity. What is the meaning of religion? Religion comes from the Greek word religio, which means “to bind back, to be in harmony, to be in unity.” Every living being has a body, a mind and a consciousness. The consciousness is the energy emanating from the …

Radhanath Swami on Real Love

Radhanath Swami on Real Love

We often mistake temporary pleasures of the world to be love. This mistaking of temporary sensations of the world lies at the very core of human conditioning. These flickering sensations are like a mirage. A person who is in the desert is searching desperately for an oasis of water.

We often mistake temporary pleasures of the world to be love. This mistaking of temporary sensations of the world lies at the very core of human conditioning. These flickering sensations are like a mirage. A person who is in the desert is searching desperately for an oasis of water.

Radhanath Swami on Chariot of the body

Radhanath Swami on Chariot of the body

In the Holy Scriptures, it is explained that the human body is a chariot. There are five horses representing the five senses that are pulling this chariot. The rope represents mind, because mind is meant to control the senses. The driver holding the ropes is the human intelligence, which is …