we
have a rule
those
are
the

rules you see

those

rules those are the rules

of
sound you have

one

rule yes a

rule
of
sound

thumbs

are

for gardening nice
and

green i have

two

thumbs

up
for organic gardening and sound

is
as
organic

as

it

gets in many
tremendous

colors yes i just ate

a

color a blueberry
the
color

i

offered was blue

is
blue those are

the

rules

remember

the
rules

yes many tremendous

rules

also speak of
color
and gardening in context love
rules
the garden of

sound

those are the
rules

we
have

a rule ladies
and

gentleman

of
course

we
do have a

rule

of thumb too that rolls

heuristic
to

a

mnemonic effect in
effect
making

hay

while the sun

shines

or a kind of lively and lovely straw as
you

are

most
likely to hear

of
it

anyway

as

you

were

there
are the rules
of
sound
yes

those

rules

sound alright to me in an organic

way

they sound poetic
justice
is

all

about rules the
rules

yes

ladies

and gentlemen those
are

the
rules

now chant Hare Krsna nicely if you

know
what

is
good

for
you ladies and

gentlemen
those
are

the
rules

empathizing
them

enough is enough those are
the

rules
now

ladies and gentlemen let me
hear

you

rule

by the rule
ladies
and

gentlemen

we have a
rule

those are the
rules
and

sound

was blue is
blue

yes as you
were
ladies and gentlemen
i
offered
some
blue

color

in the form of blue

sound

a

little
round and tangy blueberries in

season

yes by the
sound

of the Hare Krsna rule
of

sound i offered

equally

sweet

blueberries
to Lord Nrsinghadev
would
you
like

some
blueberries
to
go
with your rule

here

is the Hare Krsna sound to go

with
the
blueberries

at
any

rate
and

yes the color
is
blue

was
blue is blue yes blue Hare Krsna blue as

a
thunder

cloud
is
blue

blue blueberries have
some
and remember those

are
the

rules

yes Hare Krsna no meat

eating

now
no
intoxication
no
illicit sex yes
no

yes
no

yes no yes no yes no gambling
as

we
feel

free

in regulation time yes those

are the rules

yes
Hare Krsna yes Hare Krsna

have
a
blueberry
yes
it

is
time

for me to
read

chapter
eleven

in the Bhagavad-gita as
it
is jaya Srila
Prabhupada
and
in

reading
i shall reconcile
quite
a sensation of
life

being

only

so

intentional

in the way

a
mentally

attached

name might be of some
influence

i mean to

say

in the world of names
only
there are some
known
to remotely influence the feel
of
a

blueberry

by calling it food when it is

so

predominately
a
form
of

color and bhoga before one
intends
to

offer

the fruit that is a
berry
to

a

personality of divine
interest

and
capability

of
course

with the intention of experiencing
a

blueberry as an

offering
to

personality

of divine interest it is
true

to form transcendental as transcendental

as
mercy
so

we

call
it

prasadam

yes or the remnants of memory of love with the
acceptance

of the offering in the

way
it
was

intended to be

an

expression of love

yes

Hare Krsna yes Hare Krsna

yes
Hare Krsna and blueberry love
is
tremendous if you ask me so suddenly
yes

Hare Krsna yes Hare Krsna
spiritual

in
much

the same way
as
time
is
a memory around
here

somewhere
yes

in the spiritual
world

around here somewhere there is
one
to say it

is

conspicuous by it's absence but of course
it
is

still

around here somewhere
linear
in

effect
yes and understanding

that
one
wonders about being

true
to
form

but we'll get
around

to

that
later

no

i
am

just

kidding

dear i am
into

it now wondering yes just
now

wondering

what
time it is like it

is
a
concern

to
me

in a way

now

and
again
yes i would at times
like
to
know
how you use the right

seasoning

for
the

right preparation dear Hare Krsna i know

i

know
it

is

said

the
devil

is
in

the details but

hey

we
still

have
time

to take prasadam as much
as

there
is

a time of

day

to
chant

gayatri

mantras
and you know

there
is
nighttime

in vraja dear Hare Krsna yes Hare Krsna
obviously
there
is
a distinction that needs to
be
made

clearly

one
has

made a distinction
in
a memorable fashion
one
has made time
a
memory
somehow

or other yes in a

poetic
way
no

doubt
time

is

poetry
in motion around

here

somewhere and time

is

poetic
justice

from a great

perspective
Krsna

says

time
I

am
speaking

of
Himself

of course yes Hare Krsna check it
out

in the eleventh
chapter

of the Bhagavad-gita as it is

like the eleventh

hour
of

renown
at the time
Krsna

says

so

yes Hare Krsna a fight is about

to
ensue

at

the

time
of
Krsna

saying hey time

I

am and He

says
it to encourage Arjuna a

great
soul
who

is thinking about
fighting
yes Hare Krsna He says

time
I
am

the
destroyer
of
worlds
check it out there is
a
lot going on

that
is

relevant
to a particular time at the

time

as we do

understand
how

it
is

not

the

only
time

there

will be in effect poetry that is

justified

by the way

Krsna
takes

time

as much as it does
take
time to be

Krsna

conscious
around
here

somewhere

yes and i

love

blueberries

when
they

are
in season they

remind

me of Krsna as i
always
want

to
offer

them

to Krsna like this too yes Hare Krsna you
know
Krsna

has
a

color
that is dark

and

blueish
like

a blueberry that

is

sweet

and
a little tangy like time

in
Krsna

consciousness
yes

poetic
you know Krsna
is
poetry in motion
and

in
that

way as i think of Him
now
He
is
very
expressive
such that i
forget

the

time
at times like this and go home in a

way

yes Hare Krsna have as

many
of those blueberries
as
you
like

by the way i am

singing
the glories of blueberry prasadam

more
than

anything
right
now
you know they
remind
me of Krsna so much i'm like
at

home with blueberries

galore
yes Hare Krsna take my
word
for
it

this is a great time for blueberries
in
this Krsna consciousness Hare Krsna

you

know

what
i
am

just tickled pink
by

all the blueberries
yes
Hare Krsna yes Hare Krsna they are

tremendous

blueberries and it
is

time
for

some
more

yes Hare Krsna not too

many

now no Hare Krsna we

don't
want

to

overdue it and be too
too
tickled

pink

now do we yes Hare Krsna settle
down

and have some
pearly
white

milk

with
your

blueberries

now

and remember the
tremendous
color

of

the

cows in Gokula

dhama

yes Hare Krsna they are
peaceful

and
when
the

yogi

disciplines his mental
activities

and becomes situated
in

transcendence
devoid of all material desires
he
is
said

to have attained
yoga
mmm
yes
Hare Krsna yes Hare Krsna

The transcendental stage may be inexpressible
subjectively by the followers of the impersonalist path,
but it becomes very easy and practical for a person in
Kṛṣṇa consciousness, as is apparent in the description
of the engagements of Maharaja Ambarisha. Unless the
mind is fixed on the lotus feet of the Lord by constant
remembrance, such transcendental engagements are not
practical. In the devotional service of the Lord,
therefore, these prescribed activities are called arcana,
or engaging all the senses in the service of the Lord.
The senses and the mind require engagements. Simple
abnegation is not practical. Therefore, for people in
general—especially those who are not in the renounced
order of life—transcendental engagement of the senses
and the mind is the perfect process for transcendental
achievement, which is called yukta in the Bhagavad-
gita.

Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta
Madhya 23.105

yukta-vairāgya-sthiti saba śikhāila

śuṣka-vairāgya-jñāna saba niṣedhila

SYNONYMS

yukta-vairāgya — of proper renunciation; sthiti — the
situation; saba — all; śikhāila — instructed; śuṣka-
vairāgya — dry renunciation; jñāna — speculative
knowledge; saba — all; niṣedhila — forbade.

TRANSLATION

Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu then told Sanātana Gosvāmī
about proper renunciation according to a particular
situation, and the Lord forbade dry renunciation and
speculative knowledge in all respects.

PURPORT

This is the technique for understanding śuṣka-vairāgya
and yukta-vairāgya. In the Bhagavad-gītā (6.17) it is
said:

yuktāhāra-vihārasya yukta-ceṣṭasya karmasu

yukta-svapnāvabodhasya yogo bhavati duḥkha-hā

"He who is temperate in his habits of eating, sleeping,
recreation and work can mitigate all material pains by
practicing the yoga system." To broadcast the cult of
Kṛṣṇa consciousness, one has to learn the possibility of
renunciation in terms of country, time and candidate. A
candidate for Kṛṣṇa consciousness in the Western
countries should be taught about the renunciation of
material existence, but one would teach
candidates from a country like India in a different way.
The teacher (ācārya) has to consider time, candidate
and country. He must avoid the principle of
niyamāgraha — that is, he should not try to perform the
impossible. What is possible in one country may not
be possible in another. The ācārya's duty is to accept
the essence of devotional service. There may be a little
change here and there as far as yukta-vairāgya (proper
renunciation) is concerned. Dry renunciation is
forbidden by Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu, and we have
also learned this from our spiritual master, His Divine
Grace Bhaktisiddhānta Sarasvatī Ṭhākura Gosvāmī
Mahārāja. The essence of devotional service must be
taken into consideration, and not the outward
paraphernalia.

Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Bhagavad-gītā As It Is 2.53

śruti-vipratipannā te

yadā sthāsyati niścalā

samādhāv acalā buddhis

tadā yogam avāpsyasi

SYNONYMS

śruti — of Vedic revelation; vipratipannā — without
being influenced by the fruitive results; te —
your; yadā — when; sthāsyati — remains; niścalā —
unmoved; samādhau — in transcendental
consciousness, or Kṛṣṇa consciousness; acalā —
unflinching; buddhiḥ — intelligence; tadā — at that
time; yogam — self-realization; avāpsyasi — you will
achieve.

TRANSLATION

When your mind is no longer disturbed by the flowery
language of the Vedas, and when it remains fixed in the
trance of self-realization, then you will have
attained the divine consciousness.

PURPORT

To say that one is in samādhi is to say that one has
fully realized Kṛṣṇa consciousness; that is, one in full
samādhi has realized Brahman, Paramātmā and
Bhagavān. The highest perfection of self-realization is
to understand that one is eternally the servitor of Kṛṣṇa
and that one's only business is to discharge one's duties
in Kṛṣṇa consciousness. A Kṛṣṇa conscious person, or
unflinching devotee of the Lord, should not
be disturbed by the flowery language of the Vedas nor
be engaged in fruitive activities for promotion to the
heavenly kingdom. In Kṛṣṇa consciousness, one comes
directly into communion with Kṛṣṇa, and thus all
directions from Kṛṣṇa may be understood in that
transcendental state. One is sure to achieve results by
such activities and attain conclusive knowledge. One
has only to carry out the orders of Kṛṣṇa or His
representative, the spiritual master.
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