Bhagavad-gītā [partially recorded]

April 25
New York


Prabhupāda: …because we are now encumbered with this material body, and as soon as we become free from this material conception of life, that is called mukti. That is called brahma-bhūta. Brahma-bhūta [SB 4.30.20]plugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigŚrīmad Bhāgavatam 4.30.20

Always engaging in the activities of devotional service, devotees feel ever-increasingly fresh and new in all their activities. The all-knower, the Supersoul within the heart of the devotee, makes everything increasingly fresh. This is known as the Brahman position by the advocates of the Absolute Truth. In such a liberated stage [brahma-bhūta], one is never bewildered. Nor does one lament or become unnecessarily jubilant. This is due to the brahma-bhūta situation.
. Generally, Dr. Mishra is teaching this, that you, what you think of you, what I am, I am not this body. That is the whole process of his teaching. So we have already discussed. The same point is being described nicely in Bhagavad-gītā, that we are not this body. Our material identification is wrong… [break] [end]