Can anyone practice Krishna Consciousness?

Published on Mar 17, 2014

Krishna consciousness, or bhakti-yoga, means how to act in harmony with ultimate reality—the Supreme Person. Bhakti—"devotional service"—is how the bhakta—"devotee"—and Bhagavan—"God, the possessor of all opulences"—relate. We're all naturally Krishna conscious. In illusion, we think we're the center of the universe, and our bodies are our real selves. Krishna consciousness means becoming free from that illusion, and experiencing our true blissful, eternal nature. It's a process that works. Anyone can do it. Krishna consciousness is both a "practice" and the goal of the practice. The goal is to be Krishna conscious. The practice is to always stay conscious of Krishna. The ancient mantra as prescribed in the Vedic literatures: Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare / Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare is a transcendental sound vibration. It purifies the mind and awakens the dormant love of God that resides in the hearts of all living beings. Lord Caitanya the most recent incarnation of Krishna in this age requested His followers to spread the chanting to every town and village of the world. Anyone can take part in the chanting of Hare Krishna and learn the science of spiritual devotion by studying the Bhagavad-gita As It Is. This easy and practical process of self-realization will awaken our natural state of peace and happiness. Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) Answer to "Can anyone practice Krishna Consciousness?