Śrī Upadesamrta

Sri Upadesamrta gives instructions indispensable for practitioners of the devotional path.

In the practice of bhakti-yoga, simply in time there is a natural falling away of bad habits and misconceptions which prevent us from attaining the pure goal of prema. However, in addition to time ripening the fruit, there is an amount of effort one can put into their practice.

The Upadesamrta, or Nectar of Instruction, clearly delineates instructions aimed at ego-effacement, getting us beyond the false ego so that the serving ego can develop.

999 Lectures in Series

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  1. 150620 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 1
  2. 150623 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 2
  3. 150625 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 3
  4. 150627 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 4
  5. 150630 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 5
  6. 150702 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 6
  7. 150704 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 7 - Patience
  8. 150707 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 8
  9. 150709 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 9
  10. 150711 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 10 - saṅga-tyāgāt
  11. 150714 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 11 - Good and bad association
  12. 150716 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 12 - Sadhu-vrtti
  13. 150721 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 13 - Verses 5-6
  14. 150723 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 14 - Verses 5-6, con't
  15. 150730 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 15 - Seeing devotees as faultless
  16. 150804 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 16 - Verse 7
  17. 150811 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 17 - Verse 8
  18. 150813 Sri Upadesamrta, Part 18 - Conclusion

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