Vaishnava philosophy is among the most fascinating precisely because of the characteristic of being perfectly compatible for both monastic and everyday life, that is, everyone can apply it and appreciate the results. Every thought, every action, and every word can become a devotional act. Even the things of the material world, so dangerous and opposed by ascetics, become instruments of devotional service (bhakti-yoga).
As the Bhagavadgita (9.27 and 28) says: “Whatever you do, whatever you eat, whatever you offer or give away, and whatever austerity you perform, do it, O son of Kunti, as an offering to Me.” “In this way you will free yourself from the captivity of labor and its favorable and unfavorable results. With your mind fixed on Me, and following this principle of renunciation, you will be set free and come to Me.”
Therefore, the devotional principle is superior even to that of renunciation. Reading this Tattva-sandarbha is an act of yoga, since it deals with the principles of truth expounded by great spiritual masters such as Jiva Gosvami, Baladeva Vidyabhusana and Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, from whom we have extracted the necessary elements for the realization of our work.