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Hare Krishna Guru Tattva Explained

Hare Krishna Guru Tattva Explained

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Published by Franny Lane
Guru Tattva - Explained

"If a spiritual master is not properly authorised and only on his own initiative becomes a spiritual master, he may be carried away by an accumulation of wealth and large numbers of disciples. His is not a very high grade of devotional service. If a person is carried away by such achievements, then his devotional service becomes slackened. One should therefore strictly adhere to the principles of disciplic succession."
Nectar of Devotion 14

"There are two kinds of instructing spiritual masters. One is the liberated person fully absorbed in meditation in devotional service, and the other is he who invokes the disciple's spiritual consciousness by means of relevant instructions."
(CC Adi, 1.47 )

“The spiritual master is always considered either one of the confidential associates of Radharani or a manifested representation of Sri Nityananda.”
(Cc. Adi. 1.46, Purport)

"The pure devotee is always free from the clutches of Maya and her influence."
(S.B. 5.3.14)

"When one has attained the topmost position of maha-bhagavata, he is to be accepted as a guru and worshipped exactly like Hari, the Personality of Godhead. Only such a person is eligible to occupy the post of a guru."
(C.c. Madhya, 24.330, purport)
Guru Tattva - Explained

"If a spiritual master is not properly authorised and only on his own initiative becomes a spiritual master, he may be carried away by an accumulation of wealth and large numbers of disciples. His is not a very high grade of devotional service. If a person is carried away by such achievements, then his devotional service becomes slackened. One should therefore strictly adhere to the principles of disciplic succession."
Nectar of Devotion 14

"There are two kinds of instructing spiritual masters. One is the liberated person fully absorbed in meditation in devotional service, and the other is he who invokes the disciple's spiritual consciousness by means of relevant instructions."
(CC Adi, 1.47 )

“The spiritual master is always considered either one of the confidential associates of Radharani or a manifested representation of Sri Nityananda.”
(Cc. Adi. 1.46, Purport)

"The pure devotee is always free from the clutches of Maya and her influence."
(S.B. 5.3.14)

"When one has attained the topmost position of maha-bhagavata, he is to be accepted as a guru and worshipped exactly like Hari, the Personality of Godhead. Only such a person is eligible to occupy the post of a guru."
(C.c. Madhya, 24.330, purport)

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