Can You Dream Hare Krishna?

If you practice in dream that you are chanting Hare Krishna you are dancing in the temple you are seeing Lord Jagganath you are seeing Krishna you are talking with Swamiji or your friends, it is simply practice.

Service – Knowledge – Liberation

The neophyte devotee has no capacity to approach the Absolute Personality of Godhead. By submissively serving the bona fide spiritual master who is a bridge between the Lord and the neophyte, he is automatically fixed up into the transcendental service of the Lord.

The Butter Thief

This Lord Krishna Blackish, plump Standing on the shoulders of His pals, His two hands around the covered bowl of butter hanging on ropes from the ceiling, has stolen my understanding.

Krishna’s Dishes

Have I ever smelled the air so pure as on this night? So clear, so soft, so fragrant… Ah, but I must wash some dishes for Krishna… In that small task all the wonders of this night are revealed to me. I am so fortunate to be washing Krishna’s dishes…

Poem on My Spiritual Master

I offer my respects unto the Lotus Feet of my Spiritual Master, Who is Always thinking of what He can Do in service of His Dearmost Friend Krishna and never wanting Anything in return.


When we go chanting Hare Krishna outdoors, under the blue sky, with drums and cymbals through the streets, who can measure the essence of that?


When we were chanting Hare Krishna My pleasure was so great I was afraid lest I be swept to heaven and given a chariot ride down the length of the rainbow.

Munificent Lord Caitanya

Munificent Lord Caitanya

The most sublime opportunity You’ve given to us, the fallen souls To quit this material connection And accept our eternal roles.

The Advent of Lord Krsna

The Advent of Lord Krsna

Arriving at the ocean shoreline, They offered the Purusa-sukta prayer. No response from Ksirodakasayi-Visnu Caused Brahma to sit in meditation there.

Chant (Part 2 – 4 Poem about Lord Jagannatha)

Chant (Part 2 – 4 Poem about Lord Jagannatha)

This second part is addressed to Jagannatha Svami (literally, “Lord of the Universe”), the Supreme Lord Krsna as He specifically appears in the Deity manifestation carved hundreds of years ago by Visvakarma, the sculptor incarnation.

Attaining the Supreme

The Eighth Chapter of the Bhagavad-gita begins with a series of seven questions. Arjuna asks, “What is Brahman?” “What is fruitive activity?” “What is the material manifestation?” “What are the demigods?”

The Unconditioned State

Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, is not conditioned. When He speaks, it is from the Absolute level. He is within the heart of the hearer. In that position, His words cannot be false.


In the Sixth Chapter of the Bhagavad-gita Lord Krsna is explaining how to practice yoga by meditation. Although the Lord is recommending the eightfold yoga system here, we will also see that in the end it is rejected in favor of karma-yoga.

Poem by Kirtanananda

Govinda, Krishna—awaken me, I plead. Cut off these ears, Pluck out these eyes, That I might hear and see indeed. Take all I have, my brief life, And then I shall live in Thee.

Krishna: the Divine Lover

Krishna is our Lover. We are His creation, and He is the Lover of the creation. Like the clever Lover that He is, He hides Himself from us at times so we may long for Him and call to Him.

Karma-yoga-Action in Krsna Consciousness, Part 5

As the Fifth Chapter of Bhagavad-gita opens, Arjuna is asking Krsna practically the same question he asked at the beginning of the Third Chapter, namely whether there is a difference between renounced action and inaction or between knowledge and devotional service.

Poem by Kirtanananda

Thy Name, Dear Krishna, is music. They Name is holy food. Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna, Krishna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare.