Beautiful Boons of Bhagavatam
By Mahanidhi Swami
Just by casually hearing/reading about Sri Krishna’s wonderful, sweet pastimes depicted in the Srimad Bhagavatam, you will attain four amazing blessings, even without desiring such priceless gifts.
Moreover, the inner peace and heart’s satisfaction you’ll feel by hearing the Srimad Bhagavatam will soon make you “fall in love with Bhagavata”, as you hanker to hear/read it every day, nityam bhagavata sevaya (SB 1.2.15).
But how does it all happen? As you hear/read the Srimad Bhagavatam, you will automatically acquire higher knowledge which will subdue your lower material nature and remove your miseries. You won’t even realize how this is happening—a magical transformation of YOU.
An extraordinary inner joy and satisfaction will arise in your heart like a rich sweet aroma coming from a field of blossoming roses. This new found joy will make you detached from material sense objects, and non-devotional people and places, even without trying for it.
You, the former materialist, have now become a spiritualist—a seeker of life’s essence, God’s love. And with your Bhagavata treasures of a peaceful mind and a happy heart, you will move quickly along the path of Krishna prema bhakti.
As Bhagavan Sri Krishna says in Gita (18.54): “A spiritualist—free from grief and hankering—sees all equally and soon attains My pure love!”
To summarize, let’s see the four great treasures of hearing/reading the Srimad Bhagavatam:
1)You acquire divine knowledge and peace to subdue your lower nature.
2)Delight fills your mind to dispel your gloom and despair.
3)Your joy brings easy detachment from material sense objects/people.
4)You attain a state of liberation leading you to life’s goal of Sri Krishna prema bhakti.
So my dear friends of loving faces!
May you all dive deeply into the fathomless, beautiful, exciting, fulfilling, romantic, wisdom-filled, purifying and blissful ocean of immortal nectar ambrosia named “The Srimad Bhagavatam!”
Grantha Raja, Amala Purana,
Srimad Bhagavatam ki jai!
Jai Jai Sri Radhe!
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