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Free Download - The Science of Self Realization - Official home site for free downloads of the original books, art and audiobooks of Srila Free PDF Download. SSR Foreword · SSR Introduction · SSR 1: Learning the Science of the Self · SSR 2: Choosing a Spiritual Master · SSR 3: Discovering the Roots · SSR 4. The Science of Self Realization (Pdf) download page. Science of Self Realization , Srila Prabhupada.

In his new location he was teaching chanting, Vedic philosophy, music, japa meditation, fine art, and cooking. At first he cooked—he always taught by example. The results were the most wonderful vegetarian meals I had ever experienced. Srila Prabhupada would even serve everything out himself! The meals usually consisted of a rice preparation, a vegetable dish, capatis tortilla-like whole wheat patties , and dahl a zestfully spiced mung bean or split pea soup.

The spicing, the cooking medium—ghee, or clarified butter—and the close attention paid to the cooking temperature and other details all combined to produce taste treats totally unknown to me. A Peace Corps worker who was also a Chinese-language scholar was learning from Sr! I was startled at the high quality of his first canvases. In philosophical debate and logic Srila Prabhupada was undefeatable and indefatigable.

He would interrupt his translating work for discussions that would last up to eight hours. Sometimes seven or eight people jammed into the small, immaculately clean room where he worked, ate, and slept on a two-inch-thick foam cushion.

He began a monthly magazine, and in the autumn of the New York Times published a favorable picture story about him and his followers. Shortly thereafter, television crews came out and did a feature news story.

Srila Prabhupada was an exciting person to know. Whether it was out of my desire for the personal benefits of yoga and chanting or just out of raw fascination, I knew I wanted to follow his progress every step of the way. His plans for expansion were daring and unpredictable—except for the fact that they always seemed to succeed gloriously. He was seventyish and a stranger to America, and he had arrived with practically nothing, yet now, within a few months, he had singlehandedly started a movement!

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It was mind-boggling. That evening some visitors from India happened along. One of them—practically in tears—described his unbounded rapture at finding this little piece of authentic India on the other side of the world.

Never in his wildest dreams could he have imagined such a thing.

He offered Srila Prabhupada eloquent praise and deep thanks, left a donation, and bowed at his feet. Everyone was deeply moved.

Later, Srila Prabhupada conversed with the gentleman in Hindi, and since what he was saying was unintelligible to me, I was able to observe how his every expression and gesture communicated to the very core of the human soul.

A sizeable group of us greeted him at the terminal by chanting the Hare Krishna mantra. Then we drove him to the eastern edge of Golden Gate Park, to a newly rented apartment and storefront temple—an arrangement very similar to that in New York.

We had established a pattern. Srila Prabhupada was ecstatic. A few weeks later the first mrdanga a long clay drum with a playing head on each end arrived in San Francisco from India.

I took the elevator, got out on the ground floor, and was walking toward the front door when Srila Prabhupada appeared. So eager was he to see the mrdanga that he had taken the stairway and had beaten the elevator.

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He did, and it was a huge success. In his new location he was teaching chanting, Vedic philosophy, music, japa meditation, fine art, and cooking. At first he cooked—he always taught by example. The results were the most wonderful vegetarian meals I had ever experienced. Srila Prabhupada would even serve everything out himself! The meals usually consisted of a rice preparation, a vegetable dish, capatis tortilla-like whole wheat patties , and dahl a zestfully spiced mung bean or split pea soup.

The spicing, the cooking medium—ghee, or clarified butter—and the close attention paid to the cooking temperature and other details all combined to produce taste treats totally unknown to me.

A Peace Corps worker who was also a Chinese-language scholar was learning from Sr! I was startled at the high quality of his first canvases. In philosophical debate and logic Srila Prabhupada was undefeatable and indefatigable. He would interrupt his translating work for discussions that would last up to eight hours. Sometimes seven or eight people jammed into the small, immaculately clean room where he worked, ate, and slept on a two-inch-thick foam cushion.

He began a monthly magazine, and in the autumn of the New York Times published a favorable picture story about him and his followers. Shortly thereafter, television crews came out and did a feature news story. Srila Prabhupada was an exciting person to know. Whether it was out of my desire for the personal benefits of yoga and chanting or just out of raw fascination, I knew I wanted to follow his progress every step of the way.

His plans for expansion were daring and unpredictable—except for the fact that they always seemed to succeed gloriously. He was seventyish and a stranger to America, and he had arrived with practically nothing, yet now, within a few months, he had singlehandedly started a movement!

It was mind-boggling. That evening some visitors from India happened along. One of them—practically in tears—described his unbounded rapture at finding this little piece of authentic India on the other side of the world. Never in his wildest dreams could he have imagined such a thing.

The Science of Self-Realization

He offered Srila Prabhupada eloquent praise and deep thanks, left a donation, and bowed at his feet. Everyone was deeply moved. Later, Srila Prabhupada conversed with the gentleman in Hindi, and since what he was saying was unintelligible to me, I was able to observe how his every expression and gesture communicated to the very core of the human soul.

A sizeable group of us greeted him at the terminal by chanting the Hare Krishna mantra. Then we drove him to the eastern edge of Golden Gate Park, to a newly rented apartment and storefront temple—an arrangement very similar to that in New York. We had established a pattern. Srila Prabhupada was ecstatic.

A few weeks later the first mrdanga a long clay drum with a playing head on each end arrived in San Francisco from India. I took the elevator, got out on the ground floor, and was walking toward the front door when Srila Prabhupada appeared. So eager was he to see the mrdanga that he had taken the stairway and had beaten the elevator.

He asked us to open the crate, he tore off a piece of the saffron cloth he was wearing, and, leaving only the playing heads exposed, he wrapped the drum with the cloth. Also in San Francisco, in , Srila Prabhupada inaugurated Ratha-yatra, the Festival of the Chariots, one of several festivals that, thanks to him, people all over the world now observe.

By late Srila Prabhupada had begun accepting disciples. I am trying to be a servant of God. A servant of God is no ordinary thing. Scholars all over the world showered favorable reviews on his books, and practically all the universities and colleges in America accepted them as standard texts. He established one hundred and eight temples worldwide, and he has some ten thousand initiated disciples and a congregational following in the millions.

Srila Prabhupada was writing and translating up to the last days of his eighty-one-year stay on earth.

Srila Prabhupada was not just another oriental scholar, guru, mystic, yoga teacher, or meditation instructor. He was the embodiment of a whole culture, and he implanted that culture in the West. To me and many others he was first and foremost someone who truly cared, who completely sacrificed his own comfort to work for the good of others. He had no private life, but lived only for others. He taught spiritual science, philosophy, common sense, the arts, languages, the Vedic way of life—hygiene, nutrition, medicine, etiquette, family living, farming, social organization, schooling, economics—and many more things to many people.

To me he was a master, a father, and my dearmost friend. I am deeply indebted to Srila Prabhupada, and it is a debt I shall never be able to repay.

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