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    Posted: 36 weeks 4 days ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    THE PAST CAN BE A GOOD PLACE TO LEARN, BUT IT'S A LOUSY PLACE TO LIVE: One of the reasons I share my past growing up and my various struggles on account of it, is to show that we have to make peace with our history so we can move on, often through some type of healing, forgiveness, or various kinds of personal work, often with professional help. In spite of how horrendous our past might be, it doesn't have to define us or have negative power over our lives. There are two extremes, one is to...
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    Posted: 36 weeks 6 days ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    MAY WE BE BLESSED TO MEDITATE ON, UNDERSTAND, APPRECIATE, AND APPLY TO OUR LIVES, THE UNPARALLELED MERCY OF SHRI KRISHNA CHAITANYA MAHAPRABHU, THE KIRTAN AVATAR, ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF HIS APPEARANCE IN THE WORLD: For me, on appearances day of any incarnation of God, or great devotee, I question myself on how much I appreciate their special teaching and gifts to the world. Today, I am thinking of both the beauty and insanity of being in the material world, and what it would be like to have...
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    Posted: 37 weeks 1 day ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    TO REALIZE OUR SPIRITUAL SELVES AS TOTAL GIVERS--HOW MUCH DO YOU GIVE, AND HOW MUCH DO YOU HOLD BACK?: Although Krishna, or God, is the Supreme Enjoyer, he is also the Supreme Giver, which we should take note of, and pray to put into practice in our lives. Krishna naturally and effortlessly sustains, supports, and maintains the infinite universes and the souls who populate them ,even as he is the owner of everything and is meant to be served. As part of him, we are also by nature givers, but...
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    Posted: 37 weeks 5 days ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    On my healing journey to postpone my death, I missed hearing the subtle first murmurings of spring, when Winter just begins to dream of all that it can become— through rest and rejuvenation, during snow and freezing rain, leafless trees and barren landscapes— transforming into new life possibilities. I first learned this sensing on our forested, countryside land after adjusting to the quiet while quieting my city mind’s busy-ness learning to be present and open without imposing on the...
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    Posted: 38 weeks 1 day ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    THE BALANCE OF GIVING AND RECEIVING: Like breathing in life-giving air, and breathing out carbon dioxide that is needed by the trees and plants, we have to learn that while giving is more celebrated, it cannot exist without receiving--we can't have one without the other. The trees give what we need and we give what they require. Many people are focused on being active for others, often at the cost of their own well-being and health--they feel uncomfortable accepting praise or service from...
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