Daily chores performed in the company of Shrikrushna
Shrikrushna welcoming the newborn : No matter what the path of Spiritual practice – Karmayoga, Dhyanyoga, Dnyanyoga or Bhaktiyoga – unless the seeker attains the Paramhansa state like that of a newborn, he cannot attain Final Liberation.
While still a child, Shrikrushna gave mother Yashoda vision of the entire universe in His mouth. Shrikrushna narrating the stories of His leela (Divine play) as a child and feeding curd-rice to the lady-seeker.
With the feeling that Shrikrushna is her mother, father, friend and everything, the lady seeker is holding Shrikrushna tightly by His pitambar with complete surrender and the unequivocal faith that He is my protector, and has fallen asleep on His shoulder.
Shrikrushna is beautifying the balgopi with His supreme beauty, the balgopi who is filled with sweetness of love, embellished with the essence of love, possessing pure madhurabhakti expressive of the eagerness to meet Shrikrushna.
The lightness of wind that we get when the swing is soaring is depicted by the flight of a butterfly meaning the lightness that the butterfly has. Akin to this, the lady-seeker depicting balakbhav obtains the same lightness while swinging with Shrikrushna.
Playing with Bhagawan Shrikrushna in River Yamuna : God is pleased with an individual that dives in the ocean of devotion with the pure mind of balakbhav. He sprinkles Chaitanya-enriched water of grace on the individual and shares its Anand (Bliss).
Dancing with Shrikrushna : I am dancing with my God, oblivious of the nearby people, the circumstances and my own body.
Playing hide-and-seek with Shrikrushna : While performing sadhana, God envelops seeker with sattvik Maya with the help of Yogamaya and thus plays hide-and-seek. With the kindness of the Guru, the sattvik envelop of Maya is separated and we get the vision of God.
For Shrikrushna to pay attention to her, the childseeker pretends to be angry, and Shrikrushna on his part, cajoles and pacifies her by giving His Sudarshan-chakra (Weapon used by Shrikrushna) and Panchajanya conch.