Judicial Dictionary

Manjari-swarup

A secret pattern of  Goudiya meditation with the help of Kama Beeja :

“âtmânam chintayet-tatra tâsâm madhye manoramâm,
roopa-youvana-sampannâm kishorim pramadâkritim.
nânâ-shilpa-kalâbhigyâm krishna-bhogânuroopinim,
prârthitâm-api krishnena tato bhoga-parânmukhim.
râdhikânucharim nityam tatsevanaparâyanâm,
krishnâdapyadhikam prema râdhikâyâm prakurvatim.
preetyânudivasam yatnâttayoh sangamakârinim,
tatsevana-sukhâswâda-bharena-ati-sunirvritâm.
ityâtmânam vichintyaiva tatra sevâm samâcharet,
brahma-muhurtam-ârabhya yâvat sântâ mahâ-nishâ.”

“We should think of ourselves as an attractive kishori at the threshold of youth and voluptuously erotic. We are experts in many arts. Although Sri Krishna begs of us to enjoy with Him, we thwart His advances due to lack of interest. We are Sri Râdhikâ’s follower and are always alert to serve Her. We love Srimati Râdhârâni more than we love Sri Krishna, and we carefully and lovingly enable Ishwari to meet with Him. We are extremely satisfied simply to please Them with our sevâ. Their pleasure is our only happiness. We should think of ourselves in this manner right from the Brâhma-muhurta till the deep night.”

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