The Journey Home by Radhanath Swami


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  1. The Nature of the Mind

    It is the not the nature of the mind to pursue selfishness and egoism and thus experience frustration and depression in due course of time. It is the nature of the mind to pursue the needs of the soul and thus find peace, compassion, happiness and ecstatic enlightenment. It is the actual nature of the mind to always be filled with transcendental pleasure. This happens when it is connected to the will of the atma, the eternal soul. But it is the nature of the mind to be implicated in...
  2. Radhanath Swami at the Journey Home Book Club Meet

    On the evening of February 20th 2015, Radhanath Swami met over 200 members of the Journey Home Book Club at Patidar Samaj Hall, Opera House, Mumbai. The club facilitates the spiritual quest of those inspired by The Journey Home. In his address Radhanath Swami said, “In every true religion of the world, throughout history and in all different countries, it is the one God and his representatives coming to remind us what we have forgotten. When my Guru Srila Prabhupada came to New York City, he was asked, ‘Swamiji, we...
  3. Living Superficial Lives Can Never Bring Us Real Fulfillment

    According to statistics provided by the World Health Organization, incidents of serious depression have increased by 50% in the last 10 years. We have better telephones, better televisions, more efficient motor cars, better highways systems, better airplanes and air traffic control and the computers are getting smaller and more efficient. But despite so much material progress, why have the number of cases of suicides, depression, alcoholism and drug addiction drastically increased in society? This is a simple question that thoughtful people should ask. The answer, according to the Bhagavad-gita, is...
  4. Every Living Being is a Part of God

    The Gita teaches that every living being is a part of God, just as every ray emanating from the Sun is part of the Sun. When we discover the love of God that is within our own hearts, we see an inseparable part of God in the heart of every living being — male or female; black, white, red, yellow or brown; Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Jew, Parsee, Jain, or Sikh; Pakistani, Indian, Israeli, or Palestinian. These are all temporary bodily designations that are ever changing. They are like clothes on...

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