martes, 10 de noviembre de 2015


The different forms of Kṛṣṇa are distributed throughout the universe to give pleasure to the devotees. It is not that devotees are born only in India. There are devotees in all parts of the world, but they have simply forgotten their identity. These forms incarnate not only to give pleasure to the devotee but to reestablish devotional service and perform other activities which vitally concern the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
Teachings of Lord Chaintanya

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My eyes are thirsty for a glimpse of Krishna. I want to see the lotus-eyed Krishna. I don't see him, and that keeps me sad and restless everyday.
Krishna, who wears a saffron tilak, and a pearl necklace; Krishna who belongs to Vrindavan. After stealing my heart he has left me like a worthless blade of grass.
No one knows the pain I go through on account of separation from Krishna. People make fun of me, not knowing my pain. Krishna, without seeing you, I cannot rest.
-Jagjit singh

अखियाँ हरि दरसन की प्यासी
देख्यो चाहत कमल नयन को
निस दिन रहत उदासी
अखियाँ हरि दरसन की प्यासी
केसर तिलक, मोतिन की माला
बृन्दाबन के बासी
नेह लगाय त्याग गये तृन सम
डारि गये गल फांसी
अखियाँ हरि दरसन की प्यासी
काहू के मन की को जानत
लोगन के मन हासी
सुरदास प्रभु तुम्हरे दरस बिन लेहों करवट कासी
अखियाँ हरि दरसन की प्यासी
देख्यो चाहत कमल नयन को
निस दिन रहत उदासी
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I have fallen into this andha kupa- deep dark well of ignorance
You are my only shelter and means of deliverance
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Sri Isopanisad states that Krsna is simultaneously very far away and very close. The Vedic scriptures encourage us: The best way to know Krsna and bring Him closer is to hear about Him.
As we open any book about Krsna, we'll immediately feel the richness of the clear and scientific knowledge it contains. We'll also come to understand that Krsna is by nature inconceivable to finite beings. Although some world religions extend that to mean that Krsna is by essence completely inconceivable (not only far away), we cannot agree. Yes, He is ultimately inconceivable, but His name, fame, and form can be known just as we know any person face-to-face. Anyone who wants to be God conscious has to understand this point.
Here's an example of a statement that ties these two concepts together. It's from the Srimad-Bhagavatam (10.12.38), in connection with Lord Krsna's killing and liberating the demon Aghasura, who in the form of a gigantic snake had swallowed Krsna and His friends.
Krsna is the cause of all causes. The causes and effects of the material world, both higher and lower, are all created by the Supreme Lord, the original controller. When Krsna appeared as the son of Nanda Maharaja and Yasoda, He did so by His causeless mercy. Consequently, for Him to exhibit His unlimited opulence was not at all wonderful. Indeed, he showed such great mercy that even Aghasura, the most sinful miscreant, was elevated to being one of His associates and achieving sarupya-mukti [having the same form as the Lord], which is actually impossible for materially contaminated persons to attain.
Srila Prabhupada comments:
Krsna is the cause of all causes. He is the creator of cause and effect, and He is the supreme controller. Nothing is impossible for Him. Therefore that He enabled even a living being like Aghasura to attain the salvation of sarupya-mukti is not at all wonderful for Krsna. Krsna took pleasure in entering the mouth of Aghasura in a sporting spirit, along with His associates. Therefore, when Aghasura, by that sporting association, as maintained in the spiritual world, was purified of all contamination, he attained sarupya-mukti and vimukti by the grace of Krsna. For Krsna this was not at all wonderful.
"Not at all wonderful" is Srila Prabhupada's way of saying we shouldn't be surprised or doubtful when we hear of Krsna's power and opulence. Krsna killed demons. Krsna lifted Govardhana Hill. Krsna married 16,108 wives. None of these acts is at all wonderful, because Krsna did them effortlessly. Krsna is the source of cause and effect, yet He appears as a child. Does that sound incredible, unbelievable? Well, Krsna has infinite greatness. Nothing is impossible for Him.
But we are wonderstruck. Srila Prabhupada named one chapter of his book Krsna "Wonderful Krsna." Wonderful is a tasty word if it's not used superficially; it refers to something filled with joy, a superlative experience.
In the scriptures the devotees express their appreciation of "wonderful Krsna" according to their relationship with Him. Queen Kunti prays that although Krsna is the Supreme Truth, in His childhood form He becomes subordinate to mother Yasoda. Although fear personified is afraid of Krsna, He runs in fear from His mother, who threatens Him with a stick. Kunti says that when she thinks of Krsna running fearfully, His black mascara smeared by His tears, she becomes amazed. What fortune Yasoda has to be Krsna's mother and to subordinate the supreme controller!
The acaryas, the great spiritual masters of the past, have pointed out another aspect of Krsna's inconceivable power, beyond even that of His expansions and avataras: He performed amazing feats as a small child. When Krsna killed Putana, He was only a few months old. He was seven when He lifted Govardhana Hill with the pinkie of His left hand. In other incarnations, He assumed large forms to do a large task. To kill Hiranyakasipu He appeared in a huge form as a half man, half lion. Although He begged three steps of land from Bali Maharaja in the form of a dwarf brahmana, He assumed a huge form to reclaim the universe with those steps. Krsna performed equally difficult tasks, yet He performed them in His beautiful Vrndavana form as a cowherd boy. That in itself is wonderful.
When we think of Krsna's opulence, we see the paradoxes. He is the master, yet He's subordinate to His devotees. He's inconceivable, yet He allows us to know Him. In the Third Canto of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, the great devotee Uddhava expresses bewilderment at Krsna's being unborn yet apparently being born, at Krsna's being fearless yet leaving Vrndavana out of fear of Kamsa. The contradictions are bewildering, and Uddhava's separation from such a wonderful Krsna also bewilders him. And of course, the nondevotees are bewildered because they cannot accept Krsna with His apparent paradoxes. Their mundane morality can never accommodate the inconceivable opulence of Krsna.

As kind as God is even to the demons, He is kinder still to the devotees. Sri Srimad Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakur Maharaja, the spiritual master of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, states in his Brahma-samhitacommentary: "It is a great wonder that Krsna, being impartial, is fully partial to His devotees." Krsna Himself hints at this seeming contradiction when He says in the Gita (9.29), "No one is envied by Me, nor am I partial to anyone. I am equal to all. Yet whoever renders service unto Me in devotion is a friend, is in Me, and I am a friend to Him." The presence of simultaneously contradictory qualities in Krsna is a further feature of His completeness, for how could God be God if He did not have all qualities and if He could not bewilder our limited brains with His inconceivable greatness. But God is so kind that He has provided a self-realized spiritual master who can impart knowledge of this great science of Krsna to our conditioned souls so that we may penetrate a little into the mystery of Krsna.
His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada directs us back to Chapter Four, Verse 11, of the Gita, to understand this seeming contradiction: "All men, as they surrender unto Me, I reward accordingly." In other words, as the demon is busy ignoring Krsna, Krsna similarly ignores the demon; and as the devotee is actively trying to care for the interests of Krsna in devotional service to the Lord, the Supreme Lord Himself takes special care of His devotee. This reciprocation is natural. In the material world a man may be very charitably disposed toward all living entities, yet it is expected that he will take a special interest in his own children. Similarly the Supreme Lord, while kindly disposed toward all His parts and parcels, reciprocates in love with His devotees, who are engaged cent percent in His transcendental loving service.

continued in illness. I tell myself
the ardor isn’t dwindling, it’s just
the outer performance. My heart is still
with Him as good as in my vigorous
youth. I chant alone and like it that way
because I don’t like to expose
my weakness to others. Alone with Him,
I privately offer my best and trust
that Krishna will accept my effort.
"Oh Gaura-Nitai! You two Brothers are the only true friend of all the fallen souls! I am the lowest of the low, most fallen and wicked-minded, so kindly bestow Your ocean of mercy upon me."
The holy name of Kṛṣṇa is transcendentally blissful. It bestows all spiritual benediction, for it is Kṛṣṇa Himself, the reservoir of all pleasure. Kṛṣṇa's name is complete, and it is the form of all transcendental mellows. It is not a material name under any condition, and it is no less powerful than Kṛṣṇa Himself. Since Kṛṣṇa's name is not contaminated by the material qualities, there is no question of its being involved with māyā. Kṛṣṇa's name is always liberated and spiritual; it is never conditioned by the laws of material nature. This is because the name of Kṛṣṇa and Kṛṣṇa Himself are identical.
Only saintly souls can perceive the truth of these statements; those whose intelligence has been corrupted by Māyāvāda philosophy cannot understand.
ஜ۩۞۩ஜ▬▬▬ஜ۩۞۩ஜ▬▬ ­▬ஜ۩۞۩ஜ
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna , Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Ram Hare Ram , Ram Ram Hare Hare
ஜ۩۞۩ஜ▬▬▬ஜ۩۞۩ஜ▬▬ ­▬ஜ۩۞۩ஜ
The jīva has been referred to as the Lord's marginal potency. The jīva is unpredictable: sometimes he is under the material energy's control, and at other times under the spiritual energy's shelter. But the supreme, infallible Lord never comes under the sway of any of His energies: He forever remains the absolute autocrat, the master of all energies, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Vāsudeva. All energies emanate from Him, and thus He is the supreme energetic principle. When the two words sva-rāṭ ("independent") and param ("supreme") are used to describe an entity, then He must be the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the eternal cause of all causes. That the Supreme Lord never comes under the influence of māyā is confirmed elsewhere in the Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam (1.11.38)
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O Krishna Murari
Please use me as your instrument of peace
Please take me as your servant
Let me be the dust on your lotus feet
O Krishna Murari
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It is believed that in love when verbal talk fails to express the depth of emotion, silence does the talking. When silence fails, eyes communicate. But when neither can be done...then what?? How can u relate your feelings and deliver your message to your Piya? ....WRITE!
YES WRITE ! When you've realize Krishna, then you should write.
Write what you've realize. Let it be even in one line, but you must write because Krishna will read as he listens when you chant his name.
As shown in the picture, Krishna is reading the letter from his wife-to-be with a blush and a joy that Rukmini 's trusted Brahman sent to him.

So here goes the letter that she wrote: totally heartfelt, beautiful, treat for the ears, expertly written
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Śrī Rukmiṇī said [in her letter]: O beauty of the worlds, having heard of Your qualities, which enter the ears of those who hear and remove their bodily distress, and having also heard of Your beauty, which fulfills all the visual desires of those who see, I have fixed my shameless mind upon You, O Kṛṣṇa.

SB 10.52.38: O Mukunda, You are equal only to Yourself in lineage, character, beauty, knowledge, youthfulness, wealth and influence. O lion among men, You delight the minds of all mankind. What aristocratic, sober-minded and marriageable girl of a good family would not choose You as her husband when the proper time has come?
SB 10.52.39: Therefore, my dear Lord, I have chosen You as my husband, and I surrender myself to You. Please come swiftly, O almighty one, and make me Your wife. My dear lotus-eyed Lord, let Śiśupāla never touch the hero's portion like a jackal stealing the property of a lion.
SB 10.52.40: If I have sufficiently worshiped the Supreme Personality of Godhead by pious works, sacrifices, charity, rituals and vows, and also by worshiping the demigods, brāhmaṇas and gurus, then may Gadāgraja come and take my hand, and not Damaghoṣa's son or anyone else.
SB 10.52.41: O unconquerable one, tomorrow when my marriage ceremony is about to begin, You should arrive unseen in Vidarbha and surround Yourself with the leaders of Your army. Then crush the forces of Caidya and Magadhendra and marry me in the Rākṣasa style, winning me with Your valor.
SB 10.52.42: Since I will be staying within the inner chambers of the palace, You may wonder, "How can I carry you away without killing some of your relatives?" But I shall tell You a way: On the day before the marriage there is a grand procession to honor the royal family's deity, and in this procession the new bride goes outside the city to visit Goddess Girijā.
SB 10.52.43: O lotus-eyed one, great souls like Lord Śiva hanker to bathe in the dust of Your lotus feet and thereby destroy their ignorance. If I cannot obtain Your mercy, I shall simply give up my vital force, which will have become weak from the severe penances I will perform. Then, after hundreds of lifetimes of endeavor, I may obtain Your mercy.

SB 10.52.44: The brāhmaṇa said: This is the confidential message I have brought with me, O Lord of the Yadus. Please consider what must be done in these circumstances, and do it at once.
Start writing one line, sooner slowly you can write a beautiful letter to Krishna
ஜ۩۞۩ஜ▬▬▬ஜ۩۞۩ஜ▬▬ ­▬ஜ۩۞۩ஜ
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna , Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Ram Hare Ram , Ram Ram Hare Hare
ஜ۩۞۩ஜ▬▬▬ஜ۩۞۩ஜ▬▬ ­▬ஜ۩۞۩ஜ
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