Experiencing Radha-Krishna: A Guide for Entering Into Their Play

For many months now, I’ve been working as an editor and publisher getting Universalist Radha-Krishnaism ready for release. I’m just waiting for Zvonimir to finish his wonderful design work, and it will be out soon.

Meanwhile, it feels really good to be working as a writer on my new book titled Experiencing Radha-Krishna: A Guide for Entering Into Their Play. My energy is up. I feel enthused and invigorated anew. Universalist Radha-Krishnaism was work–writing philosophy, making sure everything fit together right, and makes logical sense. Of course, it had to be done for me to be able to move on to the next step.

When I moved here and began seriously meditating on the eternal play a few years ago, the old Gaudiya Vaishnav way of understanding things no longer worked for me. My understanding had grown since Lalita Prasad Thakur taught me, and his teachings needed to be put in a contemporary philosophical context in order for me to be able to immerse myself in them convincingly. Now that I handled that to my satisfaction with confirmation from respected others, I can get on to the real work which is not work but play.

Experiencing Radha-Krishna will be a guidebook modeled on earlier guidebooks such as Ujjval Nilmani, Sri Krishnahnika Kaumudi, and Bhavanasara Sangraha. It will provide the structural framework of character, setting, and plot for us to enter the play of Radha-Krishna using a process similar to that of a method actor. I really look forward to immersing myself in this new project.


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