The remedy of all kinds of general offenses is to take shelter of Hari. The remedy of offenses against Hari is to take shelter of the holy names of Hari. But one who commits an offense against the holy name is sure to fall to hell. What is the remedy for such a person?
Shrila Rupa Goswami quotes from Padma Puran in Bhakti Rasamrita Sindhu,
padme ca sarvaparadhakrid api mucyate hari samsrayah
harer apy aparadhan yah kuryad dvipadapamsulah (Text 119)
namasrayah kadacit syat taraty eva sa namatah
namno hi sarva s-uhrido hy aparadhat pataty adhah (Text 120)
Padma Purana: “One who has committed all offenses can be freed by taking full shelter of Hari. But one who, like a two-legged animal, commits and offense to Hari can be delivered by taking full shelter of Hari’s name. If one commits an offense to Hari’s name, the well-wishing friend of everyone, he surely falls to hell.” (BRS 2.119-120)
All sins and offenses are destroyed by chanting the names of Krishna except those offenses which we commit against the holy names. If something can save us from offenses against the holy names then that is certainly the greatest blessing.
(emon, doyāl to nāi he, mār kheye prema dey)
(ore) aparādha dūre jābe, pābe prema-dhan
(o nāme aparādha-vicāra to nāi he)
Oh! Such a merciful personality as Nitai is not to be found anywhere! He suffers a beating from Jagai and Madhai and still gives them the love of God! If you receive the mercy of Nitai by taking shelter of His name then all your offenses against Harinam will be vanquished and you will also obtain the wealth of Krishna-prem. Moreover, there is no consideration of offenses in Nitai’s name.
Thus, that greatest blessing for us is Nitai’s name and we receive it by doing Nitai Vayulekhan. We can solve our ultimate problem of offenses against the holy names of Krishna by doing Nitai Vayulekhan. Nam Aparadh is the greatest fear in the hearts of all Vaishnavs. Nitai Vayulekhan removes this fear completely and provides one with Nam ruchi profusely.
Worthless disciple of Shrila Nitaipreshthji,