Eight Seminal Verses of Instruction composed by Lord Sri Chaitanya. Siksastakam Verse 4. na dhanam na janam na sundarim. kavitam va jagad-isa. Siksastakam Verse 7. yugayitam nimesena. chaksusa Sri Chaitanya.
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Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu is the most recent incarnation of Krsna.
He appeared years ago in Bengal and in the form of Krsna’s devotee in the mood of Srimati Radharani. He left only 8 slokas verses of his instructions in writing, and they describe the glories of the Holy Names of the Lord and the mood one must have to chant and to be a devotee. This sankirtana movement is the prime benediction for humanity at large because it spreads the rays of the benediction moon. It is the life of all transcendental knowledge.
It increases the ocean of transcendental bliss, and it enables us to fully taste the nectar for which we are always anxious.
In these transcendental names You have invested all Your transcendental energies.
There are not even hard and fast rules for chanting these names. O my Lord, out of kindness You enable us to easily approach You by Your holy names, but I am so unfortunate that I have no attraction for them.
In such a state of mind one can chant the holy name of the Lord constantly. I only want Your causeless devotional service, birth after birth. Please pick me up from this ocean of death and place me as one vhaitanya the atoms at Your lotus feet.
Siksastakam Verse 4 | Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math
When will my voice choke up, and when will the hairs of my body stand on end at the recitation of Your name? Feeling Your separations I am considering a moment to be like twelve years or more. Tears are flowing from my eyes like torrents of rain, and I am feeling all vacant in the world in Your absence. He is completely free to do anything and everything, for He is always my worshipful Lord, unconditionally.
Sri Siksastakam | The Hare Krishna Movement
All Glories to Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu! After the Siksastakam prayer is Guru-puja. This is worship at the lotus feet of the spiritual master. Without his selfless love for us, we would have never known the science of Krsna consciousness.