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The Heart

of
Transcendental
Book Distribution

Experience Burns Brighter than Imagination

A Dialectic Synthesis
of the Correlative Dynamics of
Internal and External
Pure Devotional Principles

Aindra Däsa

Voice of Vraja
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Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare Kåñëa Hare Kåñëa Kåñëa Kåñëa Hare Hare Hare
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Kåñëa Kåñëa Hare Hare Hare Räma Hare Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare Kåñëa
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Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare Kåñëa Hare Kåñëa Kåñëa Kåñëa Hare Hare Hare Räma
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Hare Hare Hare Räma Hare Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare Kåñëa Hare Kåñëa
Kåñëa Kåñëa Hare Hare Hare Räma Hare Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare Kåñëa
Hare Kåñëa Kåñëa Kåñëa Hare Hare Hare Räma Hare Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare
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Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare Kåñëa Hare Kåñëa Kåñëa Kåñëa Hare Hare Hare Räma
Hare Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare Kåñëa Hare Kåñëa Kåñëa Kåñëa Hare Hare
Hare Räma Hare Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare Kåñëa Hare Kåñëa Kåñëa Kåñëa
Hare Hare Hare Räma Hare Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare Kåñëa Hare Kåñëa
Kåñëa Kåñëa Hare Hare Hare Räma Hare Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare Kåñëa
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Hare Hare Räma Hare Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare Kåñëa Hare Kåñëa Kåñëa
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Dedication

T
his disquisition is dedicated to my beloved spiritual master,
Nitya-lélä-praviñöa Oà Viñëupäda Paramahaàsa 108 Çré Çrémad
Bhaktivedanta Swami Mahäräja Prabhupäda, and all the Gauòéya
Vaiñëava äcäryas down to the present day who mercifully took the trouble
to present volumes of both ancient and modern transcendental literatures
aimed at inculcating upon a most degraded and suffering humanity the
inestimable treasure of vraja-bhakti-rasa.
Acknowledgement

S
everal years ago, upon completing a major part of this
treatise, I decided that I had better shelve the thing, despite
my deep conviction about the need for this dimension of
open and frank dissertation in contemporary Vaiñëava society.
I was thinking that perhaps the best place for it would be in a
grantha-samädhi. After all, Çréla Prabhupäda had requested me to
write a book. He didn’t say anything about taking it to the press.
I thought it better to safeguard the peaceful prosecution of my
bhajana by avoiding the likelihood of provoking certain anticipated
institutional and interpersonal hostilities toward myself. Perhaps
after I’m dead and gone someone would unearth the manuscript
and publish it as an assortment of novel Aindra-isms to be circulated
among the curious. Otherwise, instead of shelving it, another
idea was to author it incognito under a pen name. Subsequently,
however, in a dream, I asked Çréla Prabhupäda whether he had any
occasion to go through my book to which he replied, “We will
see it when it is published.” This indicated to me his intention
that the book should not only be written but published as well.
I consider it Kåñëa’s kind arrangement that a number of sober-
minded, pure-hearted Vaiñëavas and Vaiñëavés came forward to
selflessly assist me in the endeavor to produce this work. I am ever
grateful to these individuals who sacrificed so much of their time
and energy to help me. I only regret that, in a devotional society
meant to instill fearlessness and individual thoughtfulness in
its members, the atmospheric conditions are such that devotees
opt to remain anonymous so as to circumvent the risk of being
barbarously burned at the stake by the institutional powers-that-be
for exercising their God-given right to freedom of pure devotional
expression. Anyway, Kåñëa knows who they are, and I pray for His
unreserved blessings upon them.
Contents

Foreword vii

Introduction ix

First Heartfelt Effusion 1

Second Heartfelt Effusion 39

Third Heartfelt Effusion 147

Fourth Heartfelt Effusion 193

Appendix 240

Glossary 242
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Hare Hare Räma Hare Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare Kåñëa Hare Kåñëa
Kåñëa Kåñëa Hare Hare Hare Räma Hare Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare
Kåñëa Hare Kåñëa Kåñëa Kåñëa Hare Hare Hare Räma Hare Räma Räma Räma
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Kåñëa Hare Hare Hare Räma Hare Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare Kåñëa
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Räma Hare Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare Hare Kåñëa Hare Kåñëa Kåñëa Kåñëa
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Kåñëa Kåñëa Kåñëa Hare Hare Hare Räma Hare Räma Räma Räma Hare Hare
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Foreword

S
ome transcendental literatures are meant to be loudly
recited and discussed in the public forum. Although
pointing to the highest plateau of spiritual realization while
maintaining a continuity of consequence in the lives of the most
elevated Vaiñëavas, they basically provide an introductory course
designed to instill a prerequisite foundational regard for topics
of transcendence in the hearts of those yet to achieve a foothold
on the path of unalloyed devotion. Vaiñëava writings of a more
intimate category, on the other hand, given the esoteric nature
of their focus, are meant to be privately relished and discussed
among more qualified individuals who have already developed a
strong and determined appreciation for the true nature of Kåñëa
as the supreme enjoyer. It would be inappropriate to acquaint
people who have yet to be divested of their long-standing envy
of the Lord with Rädhä-Kåñëa’s most intimate léläs without first
philosophically establishing them in the principles of prema-
dharma. That one should not cast one’s pearls before swine
in no way suggests, however, that books of an esoteric nature
should never be written and/or made available to benefit the
faithful. Many authorized Vaiñëavas such as Bilvamaìgala
Öhäkura, Jayadeva Gosvämé, Prabodhänanda Sarasvaté
Öhäkura, Rämänanda Räya, Rüpa Gosvämé, Sanätana Gosvämé,
Raghunätha Däsa Gosvämé, Gopäla Bhaööa Gosvämé, Jéva
Gosvämé, Kåñëadäsa Kaviräja, Kavi-karëapüra, Ramai Öhäkura,
Dhyänacandra Gosvämé, Narottama Däsa Öhäkura, Viçvanätha
Cakravarté Öhäkura, and more recently Bhaktivinoda Öhäkura
and others have poetically penned numerous literary works
divulging the intimate pastimes of the Lord of Vraja, their own
sacred aspirations for divine loving service, and the sublime,

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confidential process of spontaneous devotional practice for the


sake of posterity. In this morbid world, apparently on the verge of
corporately imposed global tyranny, such literature affords to the
serious student of bhakti-yoga an immense shelter, a tremendous
source of solace and spiritual inspiration. This piece, harmonious
with the perfect conclusions of the Gauòéya Vaiñëava äcäryas,
should be sagaciously distinguished as belonging to the more
intimate category of transcendental literature. Thus, reference
to any part of it in the course of an open discussion would best be
done with the reader’s mature discretion.
The author of this book has ventured to present his own
personal insights into the realm of the Absolute with a view
to demonstrate for the benefit of the broad-minded individual
the tangible tie between the practical performance of mahä-
mantra-saìkértana and the vital internal realization of one’s
constitutional vraja-svarüpa. Reading carefully, the sincere pure
devotional candidate will clearly ascertain the true purpose of
transcendental book distribution and will be favorably impelled
to recognize the vigorous performance of the yuga-dharma as the
only viable solution to the problems of life in a world fraught
with tensions of every description. Wishing well to one and all,
we pray the sober reader will gain great spiritual profit, redoubled
inspiration, and the potency required for the effective practice
and preaching of unadulterated Kåñëa consciousness.

The Publishers

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Introduction

A
ll glories to Çré Guru and Çré Gauräìga! All glories to the
thunderous congregational chanting of Rädhä-Kåñëa’s
Holy Names! All glories to the swan-like pure devotees
of the Lord!
The great necessity in the forward march of any growing
religio-cultural institution is to recognize, encourage, responsibly
guide, and positively facilitate the inner spiritual development of the
society’s progressive pure devotional aspirants. This treatise strives
in its own unique way to inspire a revolution of understanding. It
attempts to deepen the self-searching thoughtfulness essentially
required to bridge the apparent dichotomy between a sädhaka’s
inward bhajana and outward preaching by illustrating the relative
importance of each, as well as their interrelation. Those fortunate
souls who absorb intimately this message will find the pathway to
the highest regions of kåñëa-prema clearly open to them, whereas
those unfortunates who turn from this message, preferring to
attach themselves to shallow, self-aggrandizing materialistic
modes of devotion, will find their path plagued with obstruction.
We sincerely hope to at least touch the hearts of a fortunate few.
That alone would be the hallmark of our success and a source of
immense satisfaction.
This small volume will be well regarded by purified clear-headed
individuals who are thoroughly honest. Narrow-souled superficialists
or spiritually maladroit, externally oriented präkåta-bhaktas of
meager metaphysical or internal devotional acumen will have to
muster the requisite spiritual integrity to deeply enter into the spirit
of this dissertation. The subject matter of this book, like the highly
elevated topics revealed in the later cantos of Çrémad-Bhägavatam,
should not be intruded upon by the ineligible, hypocritical, corrupt,
or envious. If the boot impacts, promptly close the book.

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