Krishna Yoga

3.What is the lifestyle conducive for Hare Krishna yoga?

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The subtler influences in our lives also affect our spiritual practises. The need to cultivate right attitudes like humility, forgiveness, and gratitude will be dealt with in this section.

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2.How is Hare Krishna meditation an open secret?

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This section examines the common Misconceptions related to Bhakti Yoga that prevents us from accessing the rich benefits of the practise.
Since the Hare Krishna meditation externally appears to be an effortless exercise, one may be misled to believe he or she doesn’t have to work hard.

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1.What do I think of during the Hare Krishna meditation?

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The Hare Krishna chant involves moving the fingers on the beads and vibrating the chant softly. As the tongue vibrates the divine sound, the ears take in the vibration, and the fingers steadily move the beads, we potentially enter a divine realm.

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Rewards in seeking shelter – By Radhanath Swami

Rewards in seeking shelter – By Radhanath Swami

Once when a student asked me if it helps write letters to God, I said, “Of course it does”. He then enquired, “Do you also write letters to God and to your guru?” I honestly confessed, “I am not as much of a writer as I am a prayerer. I love to pray.” Whether it’s writing a letter to God or talking to Him, a heartfelt prayer always helps us connect to God more intimately.
I then reflected on an incident when as a seven year old, Danny, a friend in the neighborhood filled my heart with fear, and I was

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Be there to catch God..

Be there to catch God..

Chanting Hare Krishna yields best results when performed in the early hours of the day. The wee hours of morning fill the atmosphere with sattva, the energy of ‘goodness’. You would notice most spiritualists perform their major practises just as the sun arrives on the eastern horizon. While the rest of the world is in deep slumber, a spiritualist is alert to catch these vibrations of ‘sattva’. It is during this period that in traditional Vedic temples, the conventional Bhakti Yoga centres…

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Seeing light or serving God?

Seeing light or serving God?

While performing the Hare Krishna meditation what are the different spiritual visions one could experience? Once Radhanath Swami’s guru, Srila Prabhupada was told by a young lady student that as she performed the meditation of chanting Hare Krishna, she saw a red light that filled her vision and consciousness. Srila Prabhupada wasn’t impressed and calmly said that if she continued the practise, the light would go away. Following his guru’s footsteps, Radhanath Swami too promises that the Hare Krishna meditation would fetch far more benefits than the …

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