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Ātma-Nivedana Song Six

Śaraṇāgati (Surrendered to the Lord's Shelter) Second Principle of Surrender: Ātma-Nivedana (Dedication of the Self) - Song 6 (1) bastutaḥ sakali tava, jīva keho noy 'aham'-'mama'-bhrame bhromi' bhoge śoka-bhoy 1) In truth, all things belong to You; no jīva is ever the owner of anything. The tiny soul wanders in this world mistakenly thinking in terms of aham ("I am this material body and mind"), and mama ("everything related to this body is mine"). Thus he suffers the consequences of both sorrow and fear. (2) ahaṁ-mama-abhimāna ei-mātro dhan baddha-jīva nija boli' jāne mane man Read More...

Dainya Song Six

Śaraṇāgati (Surrendered to the Lord's Shelter) First Principle of Surrender: Dainya (humility) - Song 6 (1) (prabhu he!) tuwā pade e minati mor tuwā pada-pallava,  tyajato maru-mana, viṣama viṣaye bhelo bhor 1) O Lord! I offer this humble prayer at Your feet. I gave up the shelter of Your feet, which are soft as newly-grown leaves, and now my mind has become dried up like a desert, being scorched by the fire of absorption in horrible worldliness. (2) uṭhayite tākata,  puna nāhi milo-i, anudina korohuṅ hutāś dīna-jana-nātha,  tuhuṅ kahāyasi, tumāri caraṇa mama āś 2) Read More...

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