It is said, ‘Tīvreṇa bhakti-yogena...' Tīvreṇa [with great force or intensity]. If you are simple hearted, then you can do akāmaḥ sarva-kāmo vā..

I am worrying if I am going crazy, and I am thinking – by so much attachment and affection for you, what is happening to my relationship with my dīkṣā and śīkṣā guru, is it decreasing or increasing? What is this guru tattva principle?

The true aim of performing parikramā is to attain progress in bhakti and to develop love and attachment for the places where Bhagavān performed His pastimes. This attachment is transmitted from the hearts of praṇayi-bhaktas (devotees who possess a deep, transcendental love for the Lord) into the hearts of those who accept shelter at their lotus feet. It is only when parikramā is performed in the association and under the guidance of such pure devotees that it yields the highest benefit.

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