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Srila PrabhupadaSrila Prabhupada, clearly overwhelmed with pure and uncontrollable love of Krsna, with eyes tightly closed and crashing the kartals madly, interrupted Visnujana at the crescendo of his chanting. Prabhupada seemed to have no choice. He had to take the lead away from Visnujana, and began chanting Hare Krsna so strongly, and so beautifully. Then he began crying. He tried to chant through his tears. Prabhupada couldn't hold himself back. Everyone went mad. They began screaming and crying because it was such ecstasy. The devotion was so tangible that everyone was crying.

 

In one overwhelming, stunning moment a spiritual shock wave of realization shook us to the roots. A divine and rare spiritual event was happening right in front of us as we saw Srila Prabhupada overwhelmed. And then that wave of Love of Godhead hit us. A brief instant passed when many devotees could only gasp. Then, in one blinding moment, two hundred devotees were driven absolutely and uncontrollably mad: screaming, crying, and swooning at once, crying and crushing into the stage with total abandon. Hundreds of arms stretched out to Srila Prabhupada, all of us crying and chanting, crying and chanting, crying, crying, until there was nothing but tears and love, as the devotees tried to chant, as they cried and whimpered, but couldn't anymore.

 

Prabhupada had displayed uncontrollable, pure, unalloyed love for Krsna right there for all to see. It was awesome to behold and feel -- the pure devotee's love and the Supreme Lord's oceanic response. We were, all of us, swept up, embraced, drowned, and devastated. That was the most amazing kirtan in the universe. It was divine. I cried for an hour. (Satyanarayana in Radha-Damodara Vilasa by Vaiyasaki dasa - Vyasa-puja, Sept 2, 1972)

 

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Yoga practice is more or less material activity. Because when they are powerful to show some miracles and people become captivated, "Oh, he is performing such miracle thing." In Benares in India there was a yogi. His business was anyone who will go there, he immediately produced two or four rasagullas and offer him. And many hundreds and thousands of educated men became his disciple simply for the matter, rasagulla, which is only four annas worth. So people want to see this jugglery. And those who want following some or some material achievement, they want to show. Actually it is a fact. Suppose if I could manufacture rasagullas by some mantra, Hare Krishna mantra, oh, thousands of people will come immediately. You see? People want to see me, and those persons who want to have a cheap following, they want to show such jugglery. But a devotee sees is not of that mentality. They will simply, humble servant. They are satisfied by serving the Lord. That is devotee's position. (Srila Prabhupada, September 6, 1968, New York)