This is a podcast about Bhagvat Puran (in Gujarati), one of Hinduism's eighteen great Puranas (mahapuranas), that promotes bhakti (devotion) to Krishna. It captures the essence of Vedas and knowledge within, in a manner that is easy to understand for everyone at any level of spirituality. This started as a wish from my mother asking me to read and interpret Bhagvat Puran through the lens of my own experiences in life. My recommendation: please listen to only one episode at a time and then reflect. Don't rush through it, neither you will miss the 'marm ni vaat'. Jay Shri Krishna!
By Paurav Shukla
The Krishna Das Pilgrim Heart Hour features Krishna Das’ no-nonsense take on everyday struggles for finding balance on the spiritual path. Through the honesty, humility and humor of his own personal experiences, he points to the possibility of navigating life’s trials with a true inner yearning for truth. His own practice of kirtan or chant is the well stone of his ability to share from his spiritual heart. As KD says, “Love is a disease - we catch it from those who have it.”
By Be Here Now Network
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By Rik Friday
Listen to Recitations from the Hatha Yoga Pradipika. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika is the main traditional work on Hatha Yoga. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika was composed by Yoga Swatmarama several centuries ago. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika is written in Sanskrit and composed in classical Shloka metre. That's why the recitation of the Hatha Yoga Pradipika is said to be a powerful spiritual practice. Listening to the Hatha Yoga Pradipika is also considered very beneficial. The recitation is done by Sukadev Bretz, founder-director of Yoga Vidya, a network of Yoga Teachers, Yoga Centers and Yoga Ashrams in Germany and Central Europe.
By Sukadev Bretz