(Kadamba Kanana Swami, 11 April 2014, Cape Town, South Africa, Lecture at House Program) I remember a Vyasa puja offering from Bhurijana, a senior disciple of Srila Prabhupada. He joined in 1968 … more
In this way Krishna Consciousness, spreads all over the world to every town and village, and it’s wonderful. It’s actually wonderful, because in this way we change actually. We really change. We are forced to change. Change means to go beyond our limits. That’s what it means to change. To change means we have limits – and all these limits are there.
(mimics) “ Oh no I have my limits therefore I cannot change! If it was all without my limits than I would have been living like this for 99 years. No we cannot change “…
That’s because of limits. But this Krishna Consciousness will change- will change us. We can change anyway. Even at the end of life we can change- because we were meant to change. That’s what this movement is about.
Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakur said;
“The change must be there, and it’s not a partial change. It is a complete revolution. It is a 360-degree. It is a complete change”
How is it possible? The full range-so it may not be all be in one jump. But it does look as if Krishna Consciousness goes in jumps- like we jump into initiation: We jump into a new temple project. And it’s like we jump and then we land- and you see how you land: And where you land: And where am I now? We have just jumped into a new reality. So spiritual life is like that. Again and again we jump, and there we are. This is adventurous. At first a little bit scary – just like any adventure. But then after a little while we get the taste for it – this transcendental adventure.
(Kadamba Kanana Swami, Durban, South Africa, 11th April 2010)