Process of Devotional Service: Shravanam or Hearing

                                                                  Q. Why is it a general practice in ISKCON to discuss Srimad-Bhagavatam during morning hours and Bhagavad-gita during evening hours?

                                                                  Q. In the Introduction to The Nectar of Devotion we find the following statement from Srila Prabhupada: "Described in the Srimad-Bhagavatam are nine different processes, besides which everything done is unfavorable to Krishna consciousness. Thus, one should always be guarding against falldowns."
                                                                  What is/are the form(s) of devotional service that we can directly connect to our occupational duties, specifically in a workplace outside the home?

                                                                  Q. Is guilt for past deeds a good thing? I feel guilty of past mistakes done when there was no knowledge of Krishna Consciousness; however, that guilt makes me sad and dejected. How to counteract feeling low out of guilt and rather use that realization to become more determined and enthusiastic for Krishna Consciousness.

                                                                  Since Bhaktivinoda Thakur uses the term 'regret' instead of guilt, I am going to respond to your question using the term 'regret'

                                                                  Q: How does one properly engage himself in the service of Krishna?
                                                                  Nectar of Devotion describes nine processes of devotional service, beginning with hearing and chanting about Krishna under the guidance of a bonafide spiritual master, in the association of devotees, one can gradually achieve the highest perfection in serving Krsna with devotion.