Going forward or backward?

Posted on : 04-05-2014 | By : Krishna Yoga | In : What are the benefits of Hare Krishna meditation?

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In the Srimad Bhagavatam little Prahalad tells his father that he learnt in his studies that one must serve the Supreme Lord and chant Krishna’s Holy Names. This deeply annoyed his father Hiranyakashipu, the king of the demons. During modern times children learn many things in school, but on closer inspection we realize it’s all centred on making better our natural propensity to eat, sleep, .

Remembering a song two decades later

Posted on : 21-10-2013 | By : Krishna Yoga | In : What are the benefits of Hare Krishna meditation?

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"I have brought medicine to awaken every living being from perpetual sleep. Please receive the holy name of the Lord, the Hare Krishna Maha Mantra, and awaken."   (Arunodaya Kirtana-II, verse four, by Srila Bhakti Vinod Thakur) Today I woke up at 3.00 am humming a Bollywood number that I don’t remember hearing or singing even once in the last twenty years. From where did the song pop .

Bhaktivinod Thakur on the holy names

Posted on : 05-09-2013 | By : Krishna Yoga | In : What are the benefits of Hare Krishna meditation?

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1) The path of bhajan displayed by the previous mahajanas is to constantly chant the holy names of Krishna with firm determination and show compassion to all living entities. 2) Chanting the holy names of Krishna is the only sadhana. Other limbs of sadhana are only support of the chanting of the holy names of Krishna. 3) Apart from the time of resting which is necessary for keeping the body and .

The tongue cannot stop chanting

Posted on : 22-08-2013 | By : Krishna Yoga | In : What are the benefits of Hare Krishna meditation?

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In the 12th chapter of Bhagavad Gita Krishna explains that the perfection of life is to fix our consciousness on His personal form.  This is the ultimate conclusion of the Vedas—to always remember Krishna and to never forget Krishna.  Krishna means God, who is the all attractive object of everyone’s intimate love.  On this spiritual platform, which is the natural platform for all living beings, .

 

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