Sannyasi virginity testHanuman das
If you accept Radhanath Swami as your spiritual guide, like Bhakti Vijana Goswami did, there is always danger that you will develop too much love.
When you develop too much love, you start losing discrimination who should be the object of your love.
When you start loving girls, then you naturally want to speak with girls without anybody else present. This makes the whole lila more sweet.
When orange guys start speaking with girls privately, some people start laughing.
When people start laughing, you naturally ask them why are they laughing.
When you ask them why are they laughing, they start quoting Prabhupada.
When people start quoting Prabhupada, you might tell them that they are misquoting, or they really didn’t understand what Prabhupada wanted to say.
If that doesn’t work, you might even tell them that they should not criticise “pure devotees” who speak privately with girls.
And if that doesn’t work, you can always kick them out from ISKCON, so that they don’t disturb any sannyasi who want to discuss something privately with pretty girls.
Srila Prabhupada warns us
I mean to say, bewildering, that sometimes the first-class person also becomes bewildered by sex life. Therefore it is strictly prohibited that one should not remain in a solitary place with woman even though the woman is mother, sister or daughter. This is the injunction of the śāstra.
mātrā svasrā duhitrā vā nāviviktāsano bhavet
balavān indriya-grāmo vidvāṁsam api karṣati [SB 9.19.17]
This is the order, that mātrā… Mātrā means “along with mother”; svasrā mean “along with sister”; and duhitrā means “along with daughter.” “One should not sit down in a solitary place even with mother, sister or daughter.”
So one may be surprised, that “Nobody becomes agitated sitting before mother, sister or daughter.” But śāstra says, “No, no. They are agitated.” Then you can say, “Maybe agitates some fool rascal.” “No.” Vidvaṁsam api karṣati: “Even though one is very advanced, learned, they also become agitated.” Therefore you should be very, very careful. Very, very careful. (lecture SB 7.12.1, 12 April, 1976, Bombay)
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