Message-ID: <CAHEdfkHFBikxPZjpwu7+fxSKKFPrGJ+1+q-x7sY8b0=tE1firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2017 09:23:00 +0000 Subject: bliss transfer question From: Hanuman das To: email@example.com
Dear Indradyumna Swami,
please accept my humble obeisances.
All glories to Srila Prabhupada.
I would like to send my admiration after you successfully performed bliss transplant operation. Please see attached photo.
I would also like to call for more hygienic conditions on the future operations. Ideally, such operations should be performed privately, not publicly, and make sure that devotees left their mobile phone outside of operation room.
The reason I am calling for private operations is that if someone takes photo of the operation, neophytes who read Prabhupada’s books could develop some doubts in your sannyasi standards. You know how it goes with envious rascals.
Additionally, I would like to say that this reminds me of Prabhupada story related by Satsvarupa das Goswami (Srila Prabhupada Nectar, Chapter 4):
Then Prabhupada told them the story how the Mayavadi monk met his chief disciple, and when he touched his disciple on the head both guru and disciple felt electric shocks and fainted. Prabhupada said they had read the Bhagavad-gita where Arjuna saw the universal form, but where does it say anything about electric shock? According to the Mayavadi monk, when he and his disciple woke up, the guru was crying. The disciple asked, “Why are you crying?” and the Mayavadi monk replied, “I have given you all my power; now I have none left.”
But in your case, both you and the lady were in bliss, so, my questions is if this is proof that you posses big amounts of bliss, or that touching girls is blissful activity by itself.
I will publish this letter on my website, and I will also add there your response.
your servant, Hanuman das
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