Shrila Prabhupada Teachings-Quotes 💐💐💐

Śrīla Prabhupāda said: Liberation entails freedom from all false conceptions. It is not that upon liberation one acquires ten hands. In Śrīmad Bhāgavatam liberation (mukti) is defined as hitvanyatha rupam. Hitva means “giving up,” and anyatha rupam denotes a false conception of life. This is to say that when one is situated in his original constitutional position, having given up all false notions, he is liberated. It is also said in Śrīmad Bhāgavatam that by the acquisition of knowledge, one becomes liberated immediately. That knowledge can be very easily acquired, for it is simple: God is great, and I am very small; He is the supreme proprietor supplying all necessities, and I am His servant. Who can challenge this? It is a fact. We are simply under the false impression that we are this or that, and this leads us to the ultimate false impression that we are God. Yet we do not consider what manner of God we are. A small bodily disorder will send us to the physician. One who claims to be the Supreme, therefore, should be understood to have fallen to the last snare of maya. One who is thus fallen cannot even be liberated, for he is bound by false impressions. Back to Godhead Magazine-The Matchless Gift-Liberation In Krsna Consciousness-His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda —

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