Bhakti Practice

2 May , 2014  

Bhakti -yoga is not an armchair philosophy, a religious doctrine or a Sunday ritual. It is a way of life. While the process may appear simplistic, when practiced with sincerity and purity it actually combines and synthesises all other disciplines. In the Bhakti -Rasamrita Sindhu, a 16th century thesis on the science of devotion, the great teacher Rupa Goswami perfectly outlines how to practice bhakti -yoga in one’s daily life. A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada, who founded ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness), offered us the golden opportunity to enter the realm of bhakti – the realm of loving exchanges between ourselves and God who those following the Bhakti Tradition know as Krsna. Srila Prabhupada formed the Society based on the Bhakti Yoga teachings of Rupa Goswami and other great teachers in the line.
Based on the teachings there are important steps that an eager practicioner must incorporate in their lives to quickly rekindle their dormant love for Lord Sri Krsna. To make it easier for you we have designed a Daily Bhakti Practice that you can follow depending on where you are on the path. The links below will be a helpful guide for your Daily Bhakti Practice.
The following links explain the different aspects of the Bhakti Practice and their benefits


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