Krishna Yoga

Hard work or hardly working?

Hard work or hardly working?

Some spiritual practitioners complain that despite many years of practising the Hare Krishna yoga, the chant seems to be a drag. They wonder why there is no taste in the process. Radhanath Swami reveals the cause of this phenomenon to be lack of hard work. He cites the Bhagavad Gita where Lord Krishna tells his student Arjuna that He reciprocates with different people the way they approach Him. If someone approaches Him sincerely, endeavouring to attract the Lord’s grace..

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Trust God and distrust the mind

Trust God and distrust the mind

One of the major stumbling blocks for a Bhakti Yogi has been to contend with the restless mind. Few teachers openly discuss this subject matter. Many spiritualists implore us to not worry too much about the mind. Popular meditation classes and yoga sessions avoid touching this sensitive topic lest the prospective candidates get discouraged from pursuing spirituality. But ignoring the mind while discussing spirituality is as incongruent as a businessman refusing to think of money. A spiritual path offers challenges at each step of progress, and most of these challenges deal with the mind’s protest to accept a sublime path.

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Case Study 2 :- Balancing work and yoga

By on June 24, 2011 in Case Study with 25 Comments
Case Study 2 :- Balancing work and yoga

Mr. Parisrama is a 32 year old hard working software professional. His job requires him to work from 9.00 am to 7.00 pm. He also travels two hours to work and back. Recently he was introduced to the Hare Krishna yoga and has been fascinated by the process.

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Case Study 1:- Dhukhi aatma das

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Case Study 1:- Dhukhi aatma das

Dukhi atma dasa and his family are good standing devotees since twenty five years. You have known the family since the last ten years that you came to Krishna consciousness. Dukhi atma prabhu talks to you often and one issue he comes up with most often is his concern over his lack of making any tangible advancement in his spiritual life over the last two decades.

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5.Real life case studies and FAQ’s

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This is your section. Answer case studies and share your solutions with other thoughtful people. The struggles and joys of a Bhakti Yogi are explored here with real life situations.

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4.What are the benefits of Hare Krishna meditation?

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Are the benefits merely material or do they also pertain to the other worldly? Most importantly, are these rewards tangible? Some of the benefits may be perceivable while other results are simply by products of the path.

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