The material world

The material world

At present, the material world is the only world we know. Science tells us that we’re on one planet among many, in one galaxy among many, in one solitary universe of incomprehensible size and complexity. The Vedas tell us more. They say that this universe is one...

Mantra Meditation

by Satsvarupa Dasa Goswami Meditation is the seventh stage in the eightfold mystic yoga system by which one gradually learns to sit still, control the breath, withdraw the senses from the world, fix the mind on one point, and eventually attain full concentration on...

How to Meditate on Beads

Bhakti yoga practice includes chanting the Hare Krishna mantra softly to oneself. This is called japa. While chanting, you’ll keep the sacred japa beads in a bead bag to keep them clean and off the floor. One side of the bag is large enough to insert your hand....
Krishna Consciousness

Krishna Consciousness

Krishna consciousness means an awareness of and affection for the Supreme Person, Krishna. It is the culmination of all forms of yoga, knowledge, meditation, and spirituality. Krishna consciousness is the natural, original, and blissful condition of every individual....
Bhakti – The Process of spiritual elevation

Bhakti – The Process of spiritual elevation

Bhakti means love of God or, as Srila Prabhupada would often translate the word, pure devotional service to God. (The Sanskrit root of the word bhakti is bhaj, which means “loving service.”) Bhakti is the essence of the eternal relationship we souls have with Krishna....
Krishna

Krishna

As with anyone in our experience, God is unique and complex. He’s the transcendental Supreme Person, so there’s infinitely more to know about Him than anyone else. The Vedas, especially Srimad-Bhagavatam, supply detailed information about Him. Everything...
Premises

Premises

An absolute reality exists. For any reasonable discussion to take place, those involved must agree on certain things that cannot be proven. Both science and religion rest on unproven assumptions, some agreeable to both, some not. Premise 1 is generally accepted by...
The Soul – Who are We?

The Soul – Who are We?

Some look on the soul as amazing, some describe him as amazing, and some hear of him as amazing, while others, even after hearing about him, cannot understand him at all.—Sri Krishna, Bhagavad-gita 2.29 Each of us is one of the innumerable spiritual souls who emanate...

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