The songs and lyrics contained here are expressions of consciousness of God, the universe and man’s real goal of life. The upliftment of peace and prosperity, success, self realization, fulfillment, and all spiritual recognition that life in its real sense has to offer. Here is a link of the sixth song.

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Godhead’s Love    Siddhajana dasa  (Steve Taylor)

Melody lines

Godhead’s a person
Just like you and I are,
He’s the Original Being,
Source of all that’s living and non living,
Hallowed His Holy Names in this age of confusion.

Godhead’s effulgence,
More brilliant than the sun,
Our forms reminds us of course,
To know Him we must have full remorse ,
Call out His Names in this age of hypocrisy.

Chorus  (sung outside the melody lines)
Sri Vishnu ,Gopal, Govinda, Sri Rama, Sri Madhusudana
Girihari, Gopinatha, Madan Mohan,
Cristo’s His son, Krsta is his Father,
Jah Rastafari, Jehovah, Allah, Adonai and much more.
Hare Krsna, Hare Krsna
Krsna Krsna, Hare Hare
Hare Rama, Hare Rama
Rama Rama, Hare Hare

Rap lines (outside the melody lines)
Our love be for Him only,
Without all our heart it’s lonely .
Our Father who is within and without,
Its’ time for us to hail you out.

We live in this Kingdom,
Which we call our freedom,
It’s really the material place,
It’s the palace of hate and disgrace.

We live in this Kingdom,
Which we call our freedom,
It’s really the material place,
It’s the palace of hate and disgrace.

We turned our backs on Causal Roots,
So we are fools of the truths,
Chant and shout His Holy Names
To join His eternal bliss and games

Melody lines
Godhead’s the Autocrat,
Without beginning and ending,
He’s the most opulent person,
He’s the Creator of everything.
Hallowed be Thy Names in this age of curses.

Godhead’s the Super Soul,
We’re mere sparks of His Supreme Whole,
We’re fortunate to be human,
In this age of confusion,
Chant His Holy Names is the recommendation.
Repeat Chorus

The songs and lyrics contained here are expressions of consciousness of God, the universe and man’s real goal of life. The upliftment of peace and prosperity, success, self realization, fulfillment, and all spiritual recognition that life in its real sense has to offer. Here is a link of the fifth song.

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"Go With Krsna”
Composed by Siddhajana Dasa ( Steve Taylor)
A song about being in the wrong place at any time.
The life we live in this world,
It's an illusion designed by the Complete Whole,
Like a reflection in a water pond,
It exist and only a quarter of the real beyond.

This material universe is like a cavit,
It's a makeshift  filling of the real spiritual world we should inhabit,
We came to this temporary place by our own choice,
Against the best wishes of the Creator's voice.

We are spiritual particles of God due to His kisses,
Our qualities are eternities, cognisance and blisses,
Due to our bad choice of rejectfulness,
We are covered by dead matter of forgetfulness. 

Life as we see here is against our inner beings,
We are like fish in land on an ocean of lost feelings,
The waves beat us around in circles with ease, 
Wherein we drown with birth, death, old age and disease. 

It's time to realize our offenses to Creator Krsna,
He's the Original Supreme Being Owner Controller,
We will have to again return and go with Krsna,
As we cannot live in His material prison forever.

Life in the spiritual world is eternal,
There's no force with lifeless energy material,
It's a place of constant feasting and festivals
Our souls yearn for freedom and being jovial.

To return and go with Krsna is our purpose in life,
Our primal mistake is to deny His spiritual infinite life,
Krsna is our true friend and us being guided,
Without Him our life is lonely and utter divided.

Hare Krsna, Hare Krsna, Krsna Krsna, Hare Hare
Hare Rama, Hare Rama,  Rama Rama, Hare Hare 

A lecture by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
Founder-Acarya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness

The material world appears like a cloud covering a small portion of the spiritual sky. The Vedic scriptures explain that although the material world undergoes perpetual creation and annihilation, the spiritual world is eternally manifest. In the self-luminous spiritual world the highest planet is Goloka Vrndavana, the lotuslike abode of Lord Sri Krsna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead. There Lord Krsna enjoys loving exchanges with His pure devotees.

paras tasmat tu bhavo ‘nyo
‘vyakto ‘vyaktat sanatanah
yah sa sarvesu bhutesu
nasyatsu na vinasyati

“There is another, eternal nature, which is transcendental to manifested and nonmanifested matter. It is supreme and is never annihilated. When all in this world is annihilated, that part remains as it is.” (Bhagavad-gita 8.20)

We cannot calculate the length and breadth of even this universe, yet there are millions and millions of universes like this one within the material sky. And above this material sky there is another sky, which is called the spiritual sky. In that sky all the planets are eternal, and life is eternal, also. We cannot know these things by our material calculations, so we must take this information from Bhagavad-gita.

This material manifestation is only one fourth of the whole manifestation, both spiritual and material. In other words, three fourths of the total manifestation is beyond the covered, material sky. The material covering is millions and millions of miles thick, and only after penetrating it can one enter the open, spiritual sky. Here Krsna uses the words bhavah anyah, which mean “another nature.” In other words, there is another, spiritual nature besides the material one we ordinarily experience.

But even now we are experiencing the spiritual as well as the material nature. How is that? Because we ourselves are a combination of matter and spirit. We are spirit, and only as long as we are within the material body does it move. As soon as we are out of the body, it is as good as stone. So, since we can all personally perceive that there is spirit as well as matter, we should also know that there is a spiritual world as well.

In the Seventh Chapter of Bhagavad-gita Krsnadiscusses the spiritual and material natures. The spiritual nature is superior, and the material nature is inferior. In this material world the material and spiritual natures are mixed, but if we go beyond this material nature altogether—if we go to the spiritual world—we will find only the superior, spiritual nature. This is the information we get in the Eighth Chapter.

It is not possible to understand these things by experimental knowledge. The scientists can see millions and millions of stars through their telescopes, but they cannot approach them. Their means are insufficient. What to speak of other planets, they cannot approach even the moon planet, which is the nearest. Therefore, we should try to realize how incapable we are of understanding God and God’s kingdom by experimental knowledge. And since getting understanding this way is not possible, it is foolishness to try. Rather, we have to understand God by hearing Bhagavad-gita.There is no other way. No one can understand who his father is by experimental knowledge. One has to simply believe his mother when she says, “Here is your father.” Similarly, one has to believe Bhagavad-gita; then one can get all the information.

Nonetheless. while there is no possibility of experimental knowledge about God, if one becomes advanced in Krsna consciousness he will realize God directly. For example, through realization I am firmly convinced of whatever I am saying here about Krsna. I am not speaking blindly. Similarly, anyone can realize God. Svayam eva sphuraty adah: direct knowledge of God will be revealed to anyone who sticks to the process of Krsna consciousness. Such a person will actually understand,”Yes, there is a spiritual kingdom, where God resides, and I have to go there. I must prepare to go there.” Before going to another country, one may hear so much about it, but when he actually goes there he understands everything directly. Similarly, if one takes up the process of Krsna consciousness, one day he’ll understand God and the kingdom of God directly, and the whole problem of his life will be solved.

Here Krsna uses the word sanatanah to describe that spiritual kingdom. The material nature has a beginning and an end, but the spiritual nature has no beginning and no end. How is that? We can understand by a simple example. Sometimes, when there is a snowfall, we see that the whole sky is covered by a cloud. But actually that cloud is covering only an insignificant part of the whole sky. Because we are very minute, however, when a cloud covers a few hundred miles of the sky, to us the sky looks completely covered. Similarly, this entire material manifestation (called the mahat-tattva) is like a cloud covering an insignificant portion of the spiritual sky. And, just as when the cloud clears we can see the bright, sunlit sky, so when we get clear of this covering of matter, we can see the original, spiritual sky.

Furthermore, just as a cloud has a beginning and an end, the material nature also has a beginning and an end, and our material body also has a beginning and an end. Our body simply exists for some time. It takes birth, grows, stays for some time, gives off some by-products, dwindles, and then vanishes. These are the six transformations of the body. Similarly, every material manifestation undergoes these six transformations. Thus at the end this whole material world will be vanquished.

But Krsna assures us, paras tasmat tu bhavo ‘nyo ‘vyakto ‘vyaktat sanatanah:Beyond this destructible, cloudlike material nature, there is another, superior nature, which is eternal. It has no beginning and no end.” Then He says, yah sa sarvesu bhutesu nasyatsu na vinasyati:

“When this material manifestation is annihilated, that superior nature will remain.” When a cloud in the sky is annihilated, the sky remains. Similarly, when the cloudlike material manifestation is annihilated, the spiritual sky remains. This is called avyakto ‘vyaktat.

There are many volumes of Vedic literature containing information about the material sky and the spiritual sky. In the Second Canto of Srimad-Bhagavatam we find a description of the spiritual sky: what its nature is, what kind of people live there, what their features are—everything. We even get information that in the spiritual sky there are spiritual airplanes. The living entities there are all liberated, and when they fly in their airplanes they look as beautiful as lightning.

So, everything in the spiritual world is substantial and original. This material world is only an imitation. Whatever we see in this material world is all imitation, shadow. It is just like a cinematographic picture, in which we see only the shadow of the real thing.

In Srimad-Bhagavatam [1.1.1] it is said, yatra tri-sargo ‘mrsa:“This illusory material world is a combination of matter.” We have all seen a pretty mannequin of a girl in a shopkeeper’s showcase. Every sane man knows that it is an imitation. But the so-called beautiful things in this material world are just like the beautiful “girl” in the shopkeeper’s window. Indeed, whatever beautiful thing we see here in this material world is simply an imitation of the real beauty in the spiritual world. As Sridhara Svami says, yat satyataya mithya sargo pi satyavat pratiyate:“The spiritual world is real, and the unreal, material manifestation only appears real.” Something is real only if it will exist eternally. Reality cannot be vanquished. Similarly, real pleasure must be eternal. Since material pleasure is temporary, it is not actual, and those who seek real pleasure don’t take part in this shadow pleasure. They strive for the real, eternal pleasure of Krsna consciousness.

Here Krsna says, yah sa sarvesu bhutesu nasyatsu na vinasyati: “When everything in the material world is annihilated, that spiritual nature will remain eternally.” The aim of human life is to reach that spiritual sky. But people do not know the reality of the spiritual sky. The Bhagavatam says, na te viduh svartha-gatim hi visnum:“People do not know their self-interest. They do not know that human life is meant for understanding spiritual reality and preparing ourselves for being transferred to that reality. It is not meant for remaining here in the material world.” The whole of Vedic literature instructs us like this. Tamasi ma jyotir gama: “Don’t remain in the darkness; go to the light.” This material world is darkness. We are artificially illuminating it with electric lights and fires and so many other things, but its nature is dark. The spiritual world, however, is not dark; it is full of light. Just as on the sun planet there is no possibility of darkness, there is no possibility of darkness in the spiritual nature, because every planet there is self-illuminated.

It is clearly stated in Bhagavad-gita that the supreme destination, from which there is no return, is the abode of Krsna, the Supreme Person. The Brahma-samhita describes this supreme abode as ananda-cinmaya-rasa, a place where everything is full of spiritual bliss. Whatever variegatedness is manifest there is all of the quality of spiritual bliss—nothing there is material. That spiritual variegatedness is the spiritual expansion of the Supreme Godhead Himself, for the manifestation there is totally of the spiritual energy.

Although the Lord is always in His supreme abode, He is nonetheless all-pervading by His material energy. So by His spiritual and material energies, He is present everywhere-both in the material and in the spiritual universes. In Bhagavad-gita, the words yasyantah-sthani bhutani indicate that everything is sustained by Him, whether it be spiritual or material energy.

It is clearly stated in Bhagavad-gita that only by bhakti, or devotional service, can one enter into the Vaikuntha (spiritual) planetary system. In all the Vaikunthas there is only one Supreme Godhead, Krsna who has expanded Himself into millions and millions of plenary portions. These plenary expansions are four-armed, and They preside over innumerable spiritual planets. They are known by a variety of names: Purusottama, Trivikrama, Kesava, Madhava, Aniruddha, Hrsikesa, Sankarsana, Pradyumna, Sridhara, Vasudeva, Damodara, Janardana, Narayana, Vamana, Padmanabha, and so on. These plenary expansions are like the leaves of a tree, the main trunk of the tree being like Krsna. Krsna, dwelling in Goloka Vrndavana, His supreme abode, systematically and flawlessly conducts all affairs of both universes (material and spiritual) by the power of His all-pervasiveness.

Now, if we are at all interested in reaching Krsna’s supreme abode, then we must practice bhakti-yoga. The word bhakti means “devotional service,” or, in other words, submission to the Supreme Lord. Krsna clearly says, purusah sa parah partha bhaktya labhyas tv ananyaya. The words tv ananyaya here mean “without any other engagement.” So, to reach the spiritual abode of the Lord, we must engage in pure devotional service to Krsna.

One definition of bhakti is given in the authoritative book Narada-pancaratra:

tat-paratvena nirmalam
hrsikena hrsikesa-
sevanam bhaktir ucyate

“Bhakti, or devotional service, means engaging all our senses in the service of the Lord, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is the master of all the senses. When the spirit soul renders service unto the Supreme, there are two side effects. First, he is freed from all material designations, and second, his senses are purified simply by being employed in the service of the Lord.”

Now we are encumbered by so many bodily designations. “Indian,” “American, “African,” “European”—these are all bodily designations. Our bodies are not we ourselves, yet we identify with these designations. Suppose one has received a university degree and identifies himself as an M.A. or a B.A. or a Ph.D. He is not that degree, but he has identified with that designation. So, bhakti means to free oneself from these designations (Sarvopadhi-vinirmuktam). Upadhi means “designation.” If someone gets the title “Sir,” he becomes very happy: “Oh, I have this ‘Sir’ title.” He forgets that this title is only his designation-that it will exist only as long as he has his body. But the body is sure to be vanquished, along with all its designations. When one gets another body, he gets other designations. Suppose in the present lifetime one is an American. The next body he gets may be Chinese. Therefore, since we are always changing our bodily designations, we should stop identifying them as our self. When one is determined to free himself of all these nonsensical designations, then he can attain bhakti.

In the above verse from the Narada-pancaratra, the word nirmalam means “completely pure.” What is that purity? One should be convinced, “I am spirit (aham brahmasmi). I am not this material body, which is simply my covering. I am an eternal servant of Krsna; that is my real identity.” One who is freed from false designations and fixed in his real constitutional position always renders service to Krsna with his senses (hrsikena hrsikesa-sevanam bhaktir ucyate). The word (hrsika means “the senses.” Now our senses are designated, but when our senses are free from designations, and when with that freedom and in that purity we serve Krsna—that is devotional service.

Srila Rupa Gosvami explains pure devotional service in this verse from Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu [1.1.11]:

anukulyena krsnanu-
silanam bhaktir uttama

“When first-class devotional service develops, one must be devoid of all material desires, of knowledge tainted by monistic philosophy, and of fruitive action. A pure devotee must constantly serve Krsna favorably, as Krsna desires.” We have to serve Krsna favorably, not unfavorably. Also, we should be free from material desires (anyabhilasita-sunyam). Usually one wants to serve God for some material purpose. Of course, that is also good. If someone goes to God for some material gain, he’s far greater than the person who never goes to God. That is admitted in Bhagavad-gita [7.16]:

catur-vidha bhajante mam
janah sukrtino ‘rjuna
arto jijnasur artharthi
jnani ca bharatarsabha

“O best among the Bharatas [Arjuna], four kinds of pious men render devotional service unto Me-the distressed, the desirer of wealth, the inquisitive, and he who is searching for knowledge of the Absolute.” But it is best that we not go to God with some desire for material benefit. We should be free of this impurity (anyabhilasita-sunyam).

The next words Rupa Gosvami uses to describe pure bhakti are jnana-karmady-anavrtam. The word jnana refers to the effort to understand Krsna by mental speculation. Of course, we should try to understand Krsna, but we should always remember that He is unlimited and that we can never fully understand Him. It is not possible for us to do this. Therefore, we have to accept whatever is presented to us in the revealed scriptures. The Bhagavad-gita, for example, is presented by Krsna for our understanding. We should try to understand Him simply by hearing from books like Bhagavad-gita and Srimad-Bhagavatam. The word karma means “work with some fruitive result.” If we want to practice pure bhakti, we should work in Krsna consciousness selflessly—not just to get some profit out of it.

Next Srila Rupa Gosvami says that pure bhakti must be anukulyena, or favorable. We must culture Krsna consciousness favorably. We should find out what will please Krsna, and we should do that. How can we know what will please Krsna? By hearing Bhagavad-gita and taking the right interpretation from the right person. Then we’ll know what Krsna wants, and we can act accordingly. At that time we will be elevated to first-class devotional service.

So, bhakti-yoga is a great science, and there is immense literature to help us understand it. We should utilize our time to understand this science and thus prepare ourselves to receive the supreme benefit at the time of our death-to attain to the spiritual planets, where the Supreme Personality of Godhead resides.

There are millions of planets and stars within this universe, yet this entire universe is only a small particle within the total creation. There are many universes like ours, and, as mentioned before, the spiritual sky is three times as large as the total material creation. In other words, three fourths of the total manifestation is in the spiritual sky.

We get information from Bhagavad-gita that on every spiritual planet in the spiritual sky there is an expansion of Krsna. They are all purusa or persons; they are not impersonal. In Bhagavad-gita Krsna says, purusah sa parah partha bhaktya labhyas tv ananyaya: One can approach the Supreme Person only by devotional service—not by challenge, not by philosophical speculation, and not be exercising in this yoga or that yoga.No. It is clearly stated that one can approach Krsna only by surrender and devotional service. It is not stated that one can reach Him by philosophical speculation or mental concoction or some physical exercise. One can reach Krsna only by practicing devotion, without deviating to fruitive activities, philosophical speculation, or physical exercise. Only by unalloyed devotional service, without any admixture, can we reach the spiritual world.

Now, Bhagavad-gita further says, yasyantah-sthani bhutani yena sarvam idam tatam. Krsna is such a great person that although situated in His own abode, He is still all-pervading, and everything is within Him. How can this be? The sun is located in one place, but the sun rays are distributed all over the universe. Similarly, although God is situated in His own abode in the spiritual sky, His energy is distributed everywhere. Also, He’s not different from His energy, just as the sun and the sunshine are not different, in the sense that they are composed of the same illuminating substance. So, Krsna distributes Himself everywhere by His energies, and when we become advanced in devotional service we can see Him everywhere, just as one can light a lamp anywhere by plugging it into the electric circuit.

In his Brahma-samhita, Lord Brahma describes the qualifications we require to see God: premanjana-cchurita-bhakti-vilocanena santah sadaiva hrdayesu vilokayanti. Those who have developed love of God can constantly see God before them, twentyfour hours a day. The word sadaiva means “constantly, twenty-four hours a day.” If one is actually God realized, he doesn’t say, “Oh, I saw God yesterday night, but now He’s not visible.” No, He’s always visible, because He’s everywhere.

Therefore, the conclusion is that we can see Krsna everywhere, but we have to develop the eyes to see Him. We can do that by the process of Krsna consciousness. When we see Krsna. and when we approach Him in His spiritual abode, our life will be successful, our aims will be fulfilled, and we’ll be happy and prosperous eternally.

The songs and lyrics contained here are expressions of consciousness of God, the universe and man’s real goal of life. The upliftment of peace and prosperity, success, self realization, fulfillment, and all spiritual recognition that life in its real sense has to offer. Here is a link of the fourth song.

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"Jivatma Love”
Composed by Siddhajana Dasa ( Steve Taylor)
A song about the faulty choices of the eternal living beings.

Spirit souls are particles of the Supreme,
Complete Whole Super Soul creates this world.
We souls made faulty desires to control, 
Loving Divine sent us to this world.

We enter this material place with pride and forgetfulness,
Of who we are, tiny soul cells of His eternal greatness.
We think we are free in this house of dread,
Not knowing everything here must become dead.

Here love turns to hate, then to anger,
Lust manifests itself and becomes danger.
We steal the wealth and misuse the material energy,
Mistaking it for the original synergy.

Originally ordained to be eternal servants of Creator,
Instead we become slaves of devilish dictator,
We lost our true nature and call ourselves colors,
Fighting each other in battles for gold and dollars.

Ignorance reigns in this age of confusion,
Material science simply creates more illusion.
Without spiritual science in actions,
We don't get it and create more protractions.

There's a solution to this miscalculation and mess,
We have to turn our attention within the Divine Address.
Eternal servants of the Supreme Being.
Then we return to ourselves as eternal living beings.

We can no longer act like animals following our mad minds,
We must be conscious and gentle to all living kinds,
We shall now turn again to our real Controller,
Surrender with love, serve Him with devotional sounder.

Jivatma (spirit soul) love is all we are!  Jivatma love we will always be!
Paramatma (Supreme Soul) Love is all there is.  Paramatma controls and distributes the eternal happiness.

The Supreme Lord said, The indestructible, transcendental living entity is called Brahman, and his eternal nature is called the self. Action pertaining to the development of these material bodies is called karma, or fruitive activities. BG. Chapter 8 Text 3

PURPORT by Srila A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

Brahman is indestructible and eternally existing, and its constitution is not changed at any time. But beyond Brahman there is Parabrahman. Brahman refers to the living entity, and Parabrahman refers to the Supreme Personality of Godhead. The constitutional position of the living entity is different from the position he takes in the material world. In material consciousness, his nature is to try to be the lord of matter, but in spiritual (Krsna) consciousness, his position is to serve the Supreme. When the living entity is in material consciousness, he has to take on various bodies in the material world. That is called karma, or varied creation by the force of material consciousness.

In Vedic literature the living entity is called jivatma and Brahman, but he is never called Parabrahman. The living entity (jivatma) takes different positions—sometimes he merges into the dark material nature and identifies himself with matter, and sometimes he identifies himself with the superior spiritual nature. Therefore he is called the Supreme Lord’s marginal energy. According to his identification with material or spiritual nature, he receives a material or spiritual body.

In material nature he may take a body from any of the 8,400,000 species of life, but in spiritual nature he has only one body. In material nature he is sometimes manifested as a man, demigod, an animal, a beast, bird, etc., according to his karma. To attain material heavenly planets and enjoy their facilities, he sometimes performs sacrifices (yajna), but when his merit is exhausted, he returns to earth again in the form of a man.In the process of sacrifice, the living entity makes specific sacrifices to attain specific heavenly planets and consequently reaches them. When the merit of sacrifice is exhausted, then the living entity descends to earth in the form of rain, then takes on the form of grains, and the grains are eaten by man and transformed into semen, which impregnates a woman, and thus the living entity once again attains the human form to perform sacrifice and so repeat the same cycle. In this way, the living entity perpetually comes and goes on the material path. The Krsna conscious person, however, avoids such sacrifices. He takes directly to Krsna consciousness and thereby prepares himself to return to Godhead.

Impersonalist commentators on the Gita unreasonably assume that Brahman takes the form of jiva in the material world, and to substantiate this they refer to Chapter Fifteen, verse 7, of the Gita. But this verse also speaks of the living entity as “an eternal fragment of Myself.” The fragment of God, the living entity, may fall down into the material world, but the Supreme Lord (Acyuta) never falls down. Therefore this assumption that the Supreme Brahman assumes the form of jiva is not acceptable. It is important to remember that in Vedic literature Brahman (the living entity) is distinguished from Parabrahman (the Supreme Lord).   

The songs and lyrics contained here are expressions of consciousness of God, the universe and man’s real goal of life. The upliftment of peace and prosperity, success, self realization, fulfillment, and all spiritual recognition that life in its real sense has to offer. Here is a link of the third song.

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"Bluesh Hue”
Composed  by Siddhajana Dasa ( Steve Taylor)
A song about the recognition and description of God as described in the Vedic literatures.
Blue Skies, golden suns, and cooling moons,
White or darkesh grey clouds are reminders,
Bluesh green oceans, and mountains,
These colors and objects reminds us of the Original One.
Air we breathe, water we drink,
Mother earth bearing trees and plants
Reminds us of the hairs on the Body of the Supreme Being,
Rivers we see are the veins of the Divine Being.
The beauty of life is known,
When we realize the truths of the soul within us,
Then we climb to our highest manifested self,
That we are eternal servants of Super-most Master.
If we live in this world,
Not really understanding who we are,
We then fight among ourselves,
Due to ignorance of who we are, we mistake earth bodies to be our true selves.
Humans we will only be,
When we know we are spiritual beings,
Made out of eternity, knowledge and blissful light,
We are mere sparks of the one and only Chief Energetic.
Bluesh Hue is His spiritual complexion,
The most beautiful Original Person,
The real King, Queen and Perfect Whole,
That is the Supreme Personality of Krsna,
The ultimate beginning without ending Super Soul.

“Krishna possesses all good qualities. He is Bhagavan! He possesses all opulent qualities in the infinite degree. He is the most beautiful personality. Since He is the Supreme, He has the supreme form and personality. No one is more beautiful or attractive than He. Krishna attracts everyone. Therefore He is called Krishna, the all-attractive one. Except for the liberated souls, everyone in the material world is attracted by Cupid. But Krishna is so attractive that He not only attracts the liberated souls but He attracts Cupid as well. Krishna is the strongest personality. By His desire alone all the universes are created and destroyed by one portion of a portion of His personal form. He can do anything and everything as He likes. Krishna is also the wealthiest person since all wealth in all worlds everywhere come from Him. Everything animate and inanimate within all creation is owned and controlled by the Lord, who is the actual provider of everything. One who knows this perfectly well never claims anything as his own but uses everything in the service of the Lord.”

His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.

A Description of God.

The Vedic scriptures are very vast. Unlike other worldly scriptures, the Vedas emanate from the speech of the Supreme Being. The word “god” is used in English as to infer the Supreme Being. The Vedas give many names for the Supreme Being in the Sanskrit language. Each name used, describes an attribute or description of the inconceivable nature of God. Unlike our names which are different from us, the names of God are identical with God. When one is thirsty, the name water comes to mind, but simply by chanting water, one’s thirst is not quenched. One must drink the actual substance water. In the material world, material energy is different from the names given. In the spiritual world, the names are the same as their spiritual objects. Simply by chanting a name, the object appears. These inconceivable potencies are described by God Himself in the Vedas.

God describes Himself in the Vedas as He spoke and wrote them Himself. This is the exact difference between the Vedas and other planet earth scriptures. The Vedas were spoken at the time of the creation of the entire material world. From time to time, as the Vedas become misused and misunderstood, God ascends to the material world on a particular planet in order to adjust the misuse or misunderstanding. He may come Himself or send His confidential servants to act on His behalf.

We are living a false life which we wrongly conclude is real, where man has not created anything about the world he lives in. He simply uses material energy to mix in various ways to produce objects. Then man thinks he is God or as great as God or that there is no God. As an original creator, God created all material matter in the form of earth, fire, air, water and space-ether, which we cannot do without even for a few seconds. From these five gross material energies, man’s body and indeed all other gross material bodies are made. Three other subtle energies of mind, intelligence and false ego or false life (thinking oneself the body) make up the whole structure of a gross body in the material world. One other energy is missing from that gross body to make it a complete life. This is the spiritual spark of eternity, knowledge and bliss, namely the spirit soul. It is this spirit soul that keeps the body alive. Once this energy spark has left the body, the body again goes back to its sources, the earth, fire, air, water and ether. The Vedic literatures spoken by the Supreme being describe this information in the greatest detail repeatedly in various ways. It is the source of all knowledge known or unknown to man.

The spiritual spark of the soul that we really are, real life, is a minute particle of God. It is like a spiritual cell of the spiritual person of God but simultaneously separated from God. God is a person just like you and I are. Man has not created human beings just because our parents gave us birth. That process itself is given by God. Man cannot create sex organs and sex itself. Similarly all other life forms are not created by us. The only real Creator is God Himself. It is for these reasons and millions of more reasons, that God is referred to by numerous various names throughout the entire universe. These names of God, are God Himself. If we develop the spiritual practice of calling out these names, we then invoke the presence of God Himself into our lives.

Human beings who have taken up the process of chanting the Holy Names of God, can realize the absolute truth of the Personality features of the Supreme by a process of gradual scientific and spiritual realization. It is a most practical system of science and religion combined. Man has no other way of knowing God, who God is, who we are, what is this world, what is the spiritual world, what happens after death of this body and many many whats, whys and hows. These questions are answered by God Himself, once they are asked in a non-envious mode. We cannot be jealous or envious of God, because, obviously we really own nothing. We may have some thing for a time being but eventually we will have to leave it behind, for we do not own it in reality. Just like we are very proud of our bodies, but we must one day leave it. By the presence of the false ego, we think we are the owners and controllers of both man and God. It is this false ego which is an insane position of the human mind, why we are constantly suffering instead of enjoying life eternally. We desire to live happily and that is a natural feeling because the soul is a particle of God who is full eternity, knowledge and bliss form. God is not formless, as we think. We can’t have something that He hasn’t got. We have forms, and we have them because God gave us forms. Therefore, God created us humans in His likeness and image. That is a fact also stated in the Bible and other worldly scriptures. The Vedas however describes in great depth how this fact is real. Once the human being accepts that he does not know and is not envious of God’s position, the Vedas becomes the source of actual knowledge and realizations who God is.

We must read the essence and summary studies of Bhagavad Gita As It Is and Srimad Bhagavatam translated by His Divine Grace, A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. The knowledge of the Vedas does not take away the knowledge of other scriptures of man. Actually, the Vedas substantiates and explains spiritual and religious science and knowledge, so that one fully grasps the essence of the presence of the Divine Being, leaving no more room for spiritual blindness, ignorance and other illusions, delusions and confusions of life in this material world. Hare Krsna.

By Siddhajana Dasa (Steve Taylor)

The songs and lyrics contained here are expressions of consciousness of God, the universe and man’s real goal of life. The upliftment of peace and prosperity, success, self realization, fulfillment, and all spiritual recognition that life in its real sense has to offer. Here is a link of the second song.

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"Achinta Vedas" 
Composed by Siddhajana dasa (Steve Taylor)
A song about the inconceivable Knowledge of God (Krsna) found in the Vedas.

The Lord walks but He does not walk,
He is the beginning, the middle and the ending.
He is the largest and yet the smallest,
He can be seen but still not revealed.

The Lord and His inconceivable potencies always existed,
The living beings, His servants existed but never created.
They are as old as the Lord who has no age,
The tiny particles they are, cells of Him but separated.

The Lord is the real and only scientist,
He creates but does not create.
He manifests what is already existing,
The Lord simply loves and plays with His eternal associates.

The Lord is eternal, full of knowledge and bliss,
He is the most opulent person, yet the most renounced,
The Lord is the master but He can be our servant.
Only if we are His confidential servants.

The Lord eats but He needs no food to sustain Him,
The Lord sleeps but He does not rest.
The Lord is the only true Enjoyer, with or without the enjoyed,
He is the Supreme Being, the source of everything and nothing.

The Lord is a person but He can be impersonal,
The Lord appears but present in His disappearance as well,
The Lord kisses and kicks are all merciful,
The Lord is impartial but partial to His devotees.
Hare Krsna, Hare Krsna, Krsna Krsna, Hare Hare
Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare.

Śrī Īśopanisad

The knowledge that brings one nearer to the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Kṛṣṇa

Introduction Invocation: 

The Personality of Godhead is perfect and complete, and because He is completely perfect, all emanations from Him, such as this phenomenal world, are perfectly equipped as complete wholes. Whatever is produced of the Complete Whole is also complete in itself. Because He is the Complete Whole, even though so many complete units emanate from Him, He remains the complete balance.

Mantra One: Everything animate or inanimate that is within the universe is controlled and owned by the Lord. One should therefore accept only those things necessary for himself, which are set aside as his quota, and one should not accept other things, knowing well to whom they belong.

Mantra Two: One may aspire to live for hundreds of years if he continuously goes on working in that way, for that sort of work will not bind him to the law of karma. There is no alternative to this way for man.

 Mantra Three: The killer of the soul, whoever he may be, must enter into the planets known as the worlds of the faithless, full of darkness and ignorance.

Mantra Four: Although fixed in His abode, the Personality of Godhead is swifter than the mind and can overcome all others running. The powerful demigods cannot approach Him. Although in one place, He controls those who supply the air and rain. He surpasses all in excellence.

Mantra Five: The Supreme Lord walks and does not walk. He is far away, but He is very near as well. He is within everything, and yet He is outside of everything.

Mantra Six: He who systematically sees everything in relation to the Supreme Lord, who sees all living entities as His parts and parcels, and who sees the Supreme Lord within everything never hates anything or any being.

Mantra Seven: One who always sees all living entities as spiritual sparks, in quality one with the Lord, becomes a true knower of things. What, then, can be illusion or anxiety for him?

Mantra Eight: Such a person must factually know the greatest of all, the Personality of Godhead, who is unembodied, omniscient, beyond reproach, without veins, pure and uncontaminated, the self-sufficient philosopher who has been fulfilling everyone’s desire since time immemorial.

Mantra Nine: Those who engage in the culture of nescient activities shall enter into the darkest region of ignorance. Worse still are those engaged in the culture of so-called knowledge.

Mantra Ten: The wise have explained that one result is derived from the culture of knowledge and that a different result is obtained from the culture of nescience.

Mantra Eleven: Only one who can learn the process of nescience and that of transcendental knowledge side by side can transcend the influence of repeated birth and death and enjoy the full blessings of immortality.

Mantra Twelve: Those who are engaged in the worship of demigods enter into the darkest region of ignorance, and still more so do the worshipers of the impersonal Absolute.

Mantra Thirteen: It is said that one result is obtained by worshiping the supreme cause of all causes and that another result is obtained by worshiping what is not supreme. All this is heard from the undisturbed authorities, who clearly explained it.

Mantra Fourteen: One should know perfectly the Personality of Godhead Śrī Kṛṣṇa and His transcendental name, form, qualities and pastimes, as well as the temporary material creation with its temporary demigods, men and animals. When one knows these, he surpasses death and the ephemeral cosmic manifestation with it, and in the eternal kingdom of God he enjoys his eternal life of bliss and knowledge.

Mantra Fifteen: O my Lord, sustainer of all that lives, Your real face is covered by Your dazzling effulgence. Kindly remove that covering and exhibit Yourself to Your pure devotee.

Mantra Sixteen: O my Lord, O primeval philosopher, maintainer of the universe, O regulating principle, destination of the pure devotees, well-wisher of the progenitors of mankind, please remove the effulgence of Your transcendental rays so that I can see Your form of bliss. You are the eternal Supreme Personality of Godhead, like unto the sun, as am I.

Mantra Seventeen: Let this temporary body be burnt to ashes, and let the air of life be merged with the totality of air. Now, O my Lord, please remember all my sacrifices, and because You are the ultimate beneficiary, please remember all that I have done for You.

Mantra Eighteen: O my Lord, as powerful as fire, O omnipotent one, now I offer You all obeisances, falling on the ground at Your feet. O my Lord, please lead me on the right path to reach You, and since You know all that I have done in the past, please free me from the reactions to my past sins so that there will be no hindrance to my progress

The original Sanskrit verses of Sri Isopanishad were translated into English by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.

Chaitanya Charitamrita (The sweet nectarine pastimes of Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. (An incarnation of Lord Krsna appeared on this planet just over 500 years ago)

Letter to: Inquirer — Boston

Written By A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

What Are The Vedas?

Dear Inquirer,
I thank you very much for your interest.
Since you would like to know more about the temple, the worshipers and the scriptures, I beg to inform you that this Krsna consciousness movement is based on the Vedic scriptures. Veda means knowledge, and there are two kinds of knowledge, one mundane and another transcendental. The Vedas are considered to be originally transcendental because they come from the platform which existed before the creation. This transcendental knowledge was impregnated in the heart of the first created living being, and then he distributed the knowledge both for material and spiritual purposes.

This Vedic knowledge was stated in the Atharva-veda. Later on, just at the beginning of this millennium, the Kali-yuga, Vyasadeva, who is the supreme authority on Vedic knowledge, considering the degraded condition of men in this age, divided the whole Veda into departmental knowledge, and some of his disciples were entrusted with the particular departments. In this way the entire Vedic knowledge was developed into four Vedas, then 108 Upanisads, 18 Puranas, and then summarized in Vedanta-sutra. And then again, to benefit the less intelligent class of men like women, workers, and the degraded descendants of the higher class, Vyasadeva made a fifth Veda, known as Mahabharata, or the great history of India.

The original Bharata and modern India are not the same. The original Bharata means the whole planet earth. Having been gradually divided, the modern India is only a fractional part of the original Bharata. So the knowledge is distributed in so many departments of Vedic knowledge, but the whole process aims at God realization.

The living entities within this material world are understood to be rebellious conditioned souls who disregarded the order of the Supreme Lord and thus lost their spiritual kingdom. It is something like Milton’s idea of Paradise Lost. This material world is created, developed, and maintained; it produces many by-products, then gradually dwindles, and at last it is dissolved or annihilated. The spirit souls or living beings are by nature eternal. This condition of life for the living beings, namely, to go through repeated births and deaths, is unnatural for them. Therefore the entire Vedic knowledge is designed to regulate the life of the living entity, not in the animal form of life, but in the human form of life, so that he can fulfill his material desires but at the same time become elevated to his original spiritual position. This process of evolution from the lowest aquatic life up to the stage of brahminical culture is deliniated in the Vedas. This is called knowledge, and when one is liberated from the material contamination, the same knowledge, further advanced, becomes transcendental knowledge.

This process of elevating oneself from different platforms of understanding to the highest status of life is called religion. According to the Sanskrit language, religion is not a kind of faith, but it is a prescribed form of duty to be discharged by the respective divisions of human society, ultimately rising to the platform of Krsna consciousness or God consciousness. The first-class religion, therefore, is that which teaches love of God because religion means to understand one’s position in relationship with God.

This God realization also depends on three phases of life. When God realization is there, distinguished from material realization, this is called the liberated stage of transcendental enlightenment. The next stage is to realize God everywhere in His localized aspect, and the highest stage of God realization is to know Him as the Supreme Person–all-powerful, full of all riches, all reputation, all beauty, all wisdom, and all renunciation.

For further understanding of this religious process, I would recommend that you read our three books, namely Sri IsopanisadBhagavad-Gita As It Is, and Easy Journey to Other Planets. When you have finished them, you can read Srimad-Bhagavatam and Teachings of Lord Caitanya. Besides these we have many other books and our Back to Godhead magazines, in which we fully describe this religion only. So please read them one after another, and whenever there is a question you may write to me, and I shall be very glad to answer you as far as possible.

I am so pleased to learn that you are so impressed with our activities and that you are so eager to learn about religion. Thank you very much.

A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami
The International Society for Krishna Consciousness has branches in major cities throughout the United States, Canada, England, Germany, France, Japan, Australia, and India.

The Deity of Lord Krsna playing His flute.

The songs and lyrics contained here are expressions of consciousness of God, the universe and man’s real goal of life. The upliftment of peace and prosperity, success, self realization, fulfillment, and all spiritual recognition that life in its real sense has to offer. Here is a link of the first song.

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 “Transcend the Blues”
Composed  by Siddhajana Dasa ( Steve Taylor )

A song to Mother Earth to appease Her.

Dear Mother Earth
You helped made our bodies out of your dirt,
Our souls in the human form,
Have not been awakened and acting norm.

We think we are the bosses,
This bad attitude accounts for our losses
You dear Mom are so kind,
You are a sincere servant of the Divine.

We cannot disrespect you as well,
So too our unconscious brothers and sisters dwell,
We destroy your habitats,
Our acts are like gutter rats.

Dear Mother you are the most beautiful,
In this our cosmos and duty full,
Your brilliant complexion of gold, blue and green,
Our attempts at flying over you we have seen.

We now ask your forgiveness a bit,
Even though we don’t deserve it,
We are blinded by following blind leaders,
We now know that they are deceivers  

You shine and glow you are a superstar,
Oh! we are glad to have you as Ma,
We beg you humbly to ask our Creator,
To remove all who have mislead and are predator.

Together both of You have created us,
So we are eternally grateful is a must,
Instead we steal and kill,
Not understanding that we are in your will.

We know we don’t deserve such your kindness,
As our lives are utter blindness,
Still we can’t see our good fortune,
But if we ask kindly this song offer will be in tune

We chant your Holy Names aloud.
If we don’t life is like a dream vanishing in a cloud,
All glories to both of You life givers,
You are the God and Goddess we can see,
How useless and retched are we.
Our Beautiful planet Earth

Srila Prabhupada writes, “The planet earth is also called vasundharā. The word vasu means “wealth,” and dharā means “one who holds.” All creatures within the earth fulfill the necessities required for human beings, and all living entities can be taken out of the earth by the proper means. As suggested by the planet earth, and accepted and initiated by King Pṛthu, whatever is taken from the earth—either from the mines, from the surface of the globe or from the atmosphere—should always be considered the property of the Supreme Personality of Godhead and should be used for Yajña, Lord Viṣṇu. As soon as the process of yajña is stopped, the earth will withhold all productions—vegetables, trees, plants, fruits, flowers, other agricultural products and minerals. As confirmed in Bhagavad-gītā, the process of yajña was instituted from the beginning of creation. By the regular performance of yajña, the equal distribution of wealth and the restriction of sense gratification, the entire world will be made peaceful and prosperous. As already mentioned, in this age of Kali the simple performance of saṅkīrtana-yajña—the holding of festivals as initiated by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness—should be introduced in every town and village. Intelligent men should encourage the performance of saṅkīrtana-yajña by their personal behavior. This means that they should follow the process of austerity by restricting themselves from illicit sex life, meat-eating, gambling and intoxication. If the intelligent men, or the brāhmaṇas of society, would follow the rules and regulations, certainly the entire face of this present world, which is in such chaotic condition, would change, and people would be happy and prosperous.”

(Srimad-Bhagavatam 4.18.13, Purport)

The earth is our beautiful home that Krsna The Supreme Personality of Godhead provided. It is described in the Vedic literatures, that Lord Vishnu, an expansion of Lord Krsna, breathes out millions of universes and living entities to produce the material world, which is just one quarter of the entire kingdom of God. The Srimad Bhagavatam gives this information in much more detail. In each universe, there are three levels of planetary systems. These are the heavenly realm the highest, the intermediary or middle realm and the lowest or hellish realm. The intermediate planetary systems are where many planets like this earth exist. The earthly planets houses human beings like us. There are eight million, four hundred thousand species of life forms, of which there are four hundred thousand species of human beings. The human species are not completely like us but are within the category of human beings, meaning the living entities within that body are given special intelligence to ask about and seek out God, and the various questions like, Who am I? What is this life about? What and how this world is made and by whom? etc etc arise naturally. Other lower life forms, these questions do not occur within them. Their questions and activities however are ones concerning eating, sleeping, mating and defending. We humans act in this way as well. But if we do not ask of life’s mysteries, then we are no greater than the animals.

Human life is a very rare opportunity. It describes in the Vedic literatures that human life is especially meant for realizing God. The demigods living in the heavenly planets can also realize God, but because their lifestyle is so opulent and comfortable, and the fact that they live for hundreds of thousands of years as compared to human life, they sometimes tend to enjoy life without thinking of God. In this way their life style can be a form of deterrent to God realization. In the hellish planetary systems, the living beings there are the complete opposite to heavenly life. They suffer extreme torture due to their sinful activities while in the human form of life. They do not remember any thing of God. In this way heavenly life and hellish life are deterrents to God consciousness. The Srimad Bhagavatam describes that the living beings in the heavenly planets, must take birth again, especially those who had forgotten God to a great extent, on the earthly planets as human beings. Those in the hellish planets are given opportunities to again climb the ladder of the eight million, four hundred thousand species of life. This means according to the level of sins committed in their last human birth, will have to take birth among the lower species of life like plants and animals life right down to the lowest life forms like worms in stool and mud. When they have completed this climb back up to the highest animal form of a cow, at their death they again enter into the human forms of life on one of the many earthly planets, somewhere in the intermediary planetary system. One such earthly planet is our earth planet. It is therefore a very rare opportunity to take birth as a human being on this earth.

By Siddhajana Dasa (Steve Taylor

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Vedic Science- the Source of all physical and metaphysical sciences.

Challenging Materialistic Science as the all in all.

Establishing the original source of Spiritual Science

Harä means  -The Supreme Pleasure Energy

What is Supreme Pleasure Energy or Harä?

The Vedic literatures describes spiritual energy as the topmost energy man can interact with. The Vedas, being the greatest and oldest scriptures of the world also says, the internal spiritual energy is of the same spiritual nature as God. Spiritual energy has the qualities of eternality, full knowledge and full bliss. In every living being a minute particle of this spiritual energy is contained within the material body. Harä, according to the principles of the Vedic science, is the same Supreme Pleasure Energy (eternity, knowledge and bliss), which has an actual form and nature. Nothing in spiritual life is formless. Every thing is a person- an entity. Just as every thing we can see has a shape, size, attributes etc. The material world is however a perverted reflection of the spiritual world. The spiritual energy is protective by nature, and the material energy is destructive and illusory by nature. Therefore Mother Harä who is the eternal consort of the Supreme Himself, gives feminine protection like a mother gives to her children. This protection also includes the protection given by the father.  This is why Harä when applied to the body, mind, and soul through gentle persuasion, touch,  sound, smell and taste can give relief to all beings both materially and spiritually. Here is a quotation of a pure spiritual teacher who realized the pure existence of the Hara energy.

“The chanting, the purpose of chanting is that it is addressing, Hare. Hare means addressing the energy of Krsna. The energy is called Hara. Krsna is called Hari, and His energy is called Hara, or Radha.    Krsna, Radha, or Hari, Hara. So the form of addressing is Hare. Those who know Sanskrit, there is… The example is just like later. Later word, the note of address is late. Similarly Hara is the word, and the note of address is Hare. So the request is “O the energy of Krsna, O Lord Krsna, please accept me in Your service.” Without going through the energy of Krsna, nobody can approach Krsna”

HDG A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

It is a foolish proposal to try to demand or test spiritual energy from the point of view of proving or asking for material proof and other things. The existence of this spiritual energy cannot be seen through material means and so-called scientific tools, which are made of inferior material energy. People who propagate the testing of spiritual energy are lacking the original understanding that spiritual energy cannot be proved by using inferior or material energy which is a perverted reflection of spiritual energy. Spiritual energy must be perceived and realized, and not researched in a way to test the existence or superiority as against material energy. Harä is the Superior Pleasure Energy Herself, and Maya (matter or mata) is the material energy the perverted form of Hara. Maya, who is also feminine and motherly as well, gives some form of protection but because she is inferior material energy to spiritual energy, cannot give real and eternal protection to the living beings, who belong to the category of the spiritual energy of God. We see the difference of ourselves and our bodies, which are Maya’s property and domain. Each time a death occurs, the spiritual spark  which is a minute particle of spiritual energy, leaves the inferior material body and then we see the end result- decay of material energy or nature. This is so for all scientific tools built of material energy. How then can a person who is actually a spiritual being, take a material tool and try to prove or measure in some way  spiritual energy. This is called nescience or ignorance. It is not science, it is foolishness born out of a lack of real spiritual knowledge and realization.

The source and purpose of Hara Energy.

The source of Harä and all other systems of healing and protection, either spiritual or material comes from God.  God is described in the Vedic Literatures as Krsna or Bhagavan.  Krsna means -The All Attractive Supreme Being and Bhagavan means- one who possesses six  opulences in full and in an unlimited way, namely wealth, beauty, fame, strength, power and renunciation.

 The source of all sciences both material and spiritual is the Vedic Literatures sourced from the Vedas of India.  The Vedas is absolute and spiritual in nature. It is Harä in the form of written knowledge and sound vibration. If one accepts it without trying to prove or challenge it, one actually realizes the truth including the real form of Harä and Krsna and all other spiritual processes. It is the challenging and disobedient nature of man that has made him into the fool that he is today. He has lost his finer senses of perception, because they are not being used in this upward direction. You lose what you don’t use. Instead, mental speculation,  impersonalism, gross material knowledge and speculative science is pursued only. In other words, only the Maya or perverted reflection of Hara energy is attained. This is the cause of the present state of material ignorance in man. Man has made substantial strides in material progress but not spiritual progress. Yet the make up of man is both spiritual and material. An example is given that if a bird is held in a cage, and one simply cleans and maintains the cage itself, without paying any attention of feeding and bathing the bird, then that bird eventually dies of starvation and thirst. This is precisely the case where man is concerned. Material knowledge and progress simply deals with the maintenance of the body which is only the cage of the spirit soul-the living being.  Man should know who he is and who God is and His  various energies. This paper seeks to point out the viewpoint of the Vedic scriptures as against materialistic conceptions of life.

A person who seeks refuge in the Vedic literatures under a bona-fide spiritual master, is in a position of life, not by boasting but by actual realized knowledge to explain things more clearly when questions and challenges are put forward by anyone concerning both material and spiritual topics. The Vedic Sciences and spiritual knowledge properly practiced and accepted by humility and through a bona-fide guru, can clear the ignorance of things which seem hard to understand. The Vedic literatures are not ordinary mundane books. The books are not ordinary words written on paper even though it may appear like that. Because the books contain original spiritual science as described herein and spoken directly by the Supreme, or bonafide spiritual masters in the line of such pure understanding, the books are the Supreme incarnated in that form. It is called Shabda Brahmah.-Spiritual Song Vibration, when repeated as it is, gives the effect of clearing the gross ignorance of spiritual misunderstanding.  To illustrate this point,  a postman hands a letter that was sent by a sender from far away. The only duty of the sender was to place the letter in an authorized post box. Then by a system of authorized transfer by postmen, the mail is eventually handed to the receiver in tact. The Vedic Literatures are directly handed by the Supreme to man, through a chain of authorized spiritual masters, whose only business is to deliver the messages contained in them to qualified recipients. As soon as a person distorts the contents of the messages, that person is not a real spiritual master and therefore misleads humanity. Unfortunately, at this present time, many persons pose themselves as spiritual leaders and cheat the innocent public of real spiritual knowledge. If, however one takes shelter of the direct spiritual energy in the form of Mother Hara, and by extension Father Krsna Himself, both in the transcendental sound vibration form of the Maha Mantra – Hare Krsna Hare Krsna, Krsna Krsna Hare Hare. Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama Hare Hare, by vibrating this mantra with the tongue and hearing it with the ears, the Hara energy awakens the dormant Krsna consciousness of the soul or spirit, and that spirit once again becomes attached to Mother Hara, just as a child becomes attached to its mother when awakened by the mother for food and love. That attachment grows into natural love for the mother and the mother then gives unconditional love to her child. This same effect is realized by addressing and chanting the Maha Mantra. By steadily chanting,  the imports of the Vedic science, i.e. the Father’s true message becomes revealed on a gradual basis, as the chanting which is a cry for help by the child continues on a sustained basis. The more one cries for help from Mother Hara, the greater realization and protection Mother Hara returns including giving the protection by the father as well. This is the purpose of the Vedic sciences combined with the chanting of the Maha mantra.

 Every human being must have spiritual understanding to some extent. It is not good enough to keep people in ignorance just because people have the freedom to be ignorant. A man has also the freedom to kill, but can we say to anyone it is alright you have the freedom to kill so if it pleases you go ahead and kill. This is called misdirection. It is not good to kill unrestrictedly because it is actually against the laws of God. In the same way it is not good to keep people in ignorance, because of the same reason- it is actually against the laws of God. What are the original laws of God and where can it be found? Simple. Everyone, if blessed with good karma, should turn to pure Vedic Texts such as Bhagavad Gita As It Is. and other authentic Vedic literatures which fully explains the science of Harä energy and all other spiritual processes. The explanations found there are not given by any ordinary person or persons. They are given by the Supreme Being- the Greatest Master Himself -God-Krsna and His pure devotees who have fully realized the true Harä Energy. His Divine Grace Srila A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada is one such person who gave this knowledge to the whole world. He states as follows.


“The word Hara is a form of addressing the energy of the Lord. Both Krsna and Rama are forms of addressing directly the Lord, and they mean ” the highest pleasure, eternal.”  Hara is the supreme pleasure potency of the Lord. This potency, when addressed are Hare, helps us in reaching the Supreme Lord.

   The material energy, called as maya, is also one of the multipotencies of the Lord, as much as we are also marginal potency of the Lord. The living entities are described as superior energy than matter. When the superior energy is in contact with inferior energy, it becomes an incompatible situation. But when the supreme marginal potency is in contact with the spiritual potency, Hara, it becomes the happy, normal condition of the living entity.

   The three words, namely  Hara, Krsna and Rama, are transcendental seeds of the maha-mantra, and the chanting is a spiritual call for the Lord and His internal energy, Hara, for giving protection to the conditioned soul. The chanting is exactly like a genuine cry by the child for the mother. Mother Hara helps in achieving the grace of the supreme father, Hari, or Krsna, and the Lord reveals Himself to such a sincere devotee.”

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HDG A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

The spiritual qualities of Mother Harä.

Harä, being superior energy, emanates directly from the spiritual world. In this material world, there are combinations of energies which form all types of moving and unmoving objects in this material world. There is the gross material energy- earth, fire, air, water and ether. There is the subtle energy-mind, intelligence, and false ego or the misconception that the material body is the true self or spirit, and that material energy science can prove all forms of energy) and there is the marginal unseen energy- the spiritual soul or life force (the true ego or entity within material bodies). Harä or spiritual energy has Her own form. Spiritual energy itself forms the spiritual bodies,  the spiritual minds, the spiritual intelligence and everything which exist on the spiritual platform. There is no combination of energies like in the material world even though the spiritual energies are also variegated. This supreme truth is known to all prophets in the past and those who follow the paths of authentic and bona-fide spiritual wisdom in the present. The spiritual personalities can perform feats which are beyond material science and reasoning by light years. Jesus for example is widely known for his super-natural feats like walking on water etc.  Jesus also delivered  Harä energy simply by being told someone was sick or dead and who had the required faith (sincerity). Such persons were healed from a distance. So distance healing is not new as well.  He also stopped the raging wind and water by extending the palms of his hands towards them, showing his superiority. So spiritual energy when realized, acts differently and is superior to material matter.  Harä is the supreme life-force and pleasure energy of the Supreme, and belonging to the origin of all God’s energies. This energy is beyond the material universe. It is the cause of the other categories of energies. It is the life giving substance in all. There are countless examples of persons who achieved full realizations of spiritual energy and who acted contrary to the laws and restrictions of material nature. However this is not the real purpose of attaining spiritual protection. It is not to make a show of super human behavior. It is to fully attain the abode of the spiritual kingdom of God and to attain Love of God in full capacities.

The living being within a body made of material energy is trapped here in this material world.  Because of this entrapment, a person cannot actually function properly in terms of spiritual consciousness and awareness. If such a person is again embraced by a healthier or freed  person or persons with spiritual love and understanding, this meeting can revive the materially contaminated living being for spiritual freedom. The marginal energy or living entity, when in direct contact with Hara, becomes fully equipped to free himself from the material encasement. In other words, with the help of Mother Hara, the living being child, can attain full freedom in the spiritual world. This spiritual viewpoint of the Vedic Literatures, also confirms the concept of God, being both masculine and feminine.

The Vedic right-angled Swastika The Vedic Swastika Symbol of Love 


   The Om Symbol Original Sound of God.                                                                                                                                                                             


Knowing who and what you are.

The Presence of the Soul- The Real Life

The most important knowledge that one must begin with, whether it is material or spiritual is the knowledge of who and what you are. For without that knowledge of oneself, one becomes clouded with the illusory energy of material nature. This is the nature of the material world we live in. Knowing who and what you are begins with the proper identification between the body and the soul. The soul is the driving force or life, or part of the makeup, which when it leaves, the body becomes useless. We experience this when there is death of any kind of  the body. We witness the body deteriorates immediately after the soul leaves the body. What has kept the body from decay while in its living years is the soul. The soul is part and parcel of the Supreme Soul (God). It is a minute particle or spark of the Supreme Soul. All bodies that we see, whether it be a human, a tree or dog consists of the soul within that body. The soul is the life, a particle of God. One may say it is a minute sample of God.  The combination of these souls, are simply parts and parcels of God, the Supreme Soul or Life force. This is the very basic understanding of both material and spiritual knowledge. This is the basic premise that any kind of knowledge should stand on.

What is the difference between the body and the soul or matter and spirit?

Life or Dead Matter

This analytical question can best be achieved by first asking oneself some simple questions. For example, if you had a choice between these two -to live eternally ever youthful or to die suddenly at any time, which will you choose. Obviously, it would be to live eternally ever youthful. This is because that is the exact nature of the soul. Put another way, if you had the choice to live in a place where there is no birth pangs, death, suffering, old-age or disease and where you presently live, would you stay in your present place or leave immediately for this other. Bet you will be looking for the next exit from your present abode. Because this is the nature of the spiritual world. Material nature is basically composed of earth, fire, air, water and ether or sky (space). The material things man assembles together, are a combination of these gross elements in different modes. For instance, a vehicle is made from all these elements by man, but when it is finished, it cannot drive itself. A person must get behind the steering wheel and start the engine, and then the vehicle can demonstrate mobility for which it is made. Material science is simply mysterious without spiritual touch. Once material energy is touched by the divine spiritual spark, then it becomes useful. Similarly, the truth of spiritual science over material science, starts with our very existence. Indeed, man can only emulate what is already achieved by the Complete Whole God. All bodies are useless without the presence or touch of the soul-the divine spiritual spark which is a minute spiritual particle of The Complete Whole of the Personality of Godhead. One may say in return the spirit is also mysterious as well. In this level of our existence, we need both natures to work together for the best results. Too much emphasis on things material, i.e. material science and education has caused an imbalance and mystery in excess in life. On the other hand, insufficient or incomplete knowledge of the spirit has done the same. The latter comes in the form of mundane religions, mental speculation of philosophers and their schools of thought. Without knowing the Personality of Godhead and His spiritual sparks who have realized Him, and who can impart direct knowledge given by Him to them, all other persons-spiritual sparks, remain bewildered and life both material and spiritual appears mysterious.

Demystifying life both material and spiritual.

The Spiritual Science of the Self and God

Jnana yoga is a path of transcendental spiritual knowledge, or spiritual science. It’s deeper than mere material knowledge-material science. The human body and indeed all bodies are made of earth, water, fire, air and ether. The spiritual soul is of the eternal realm. It’s quality is eternal, unchangeable knowledge, and spiritual unending bliss and same as the Supreme Soul (God). Yoga means to link or to yoke. So Jnana yoga means to link the mind and intelligence to the soul’s eternal nature in the first instance. We should not only think we are these bodies. That’s just our space suits. They are made with the same materials of earth, water, air, fire and ether or sometimes referred to as sky which is finer than air. The human mind is made out of ether. It’s still not spiritual-meaning, it is not eternal. Somehow it travels with the soul at the time of destruction of the material body and once the soul still remains in the material world. Jnana yoga is described in the Vedic literatures only. It’s not just religious knowledge as we commonly read in other religious texts. Mundane religious knowledge is made up of moral codes of the behavior of goodness against badness (dualities). Jnana yoga introduces the humans’ minds and intelligence beyond the knowledge of matter. Material scientists have no understanding of Jnana yoga in their speculative determinations, nor do religionists. A jnani yogi sees the two forms of knowledge as useful for life in the material world. They are not opposing each other as such. However, the jnani yogi by much practice in meditation also comes to understand and realize that transcendental knowledge of the spiritual energy, is the superior and eternal state of life. So when we take only knowledge from the material scientists as the final conclusion, it is misleading and faulty knowledge actually, because every aspect of material knowledge is changeable. Material energy being inferior to spiritual energy changes. One day its in a particular condition, and another day it changes. Just like earth, air, fire,water and ether changes in front our eyes. Our bodies change for this reason. So while we have use of material energy we cannot actually rely on it to tell us the truth of who we really are. Only spiritual knowledge of the soul and the superior spiritual energy gives us that information once we are in total recognition and conscious of this fact. Therefore it is this spiritual technology that we are lacking in human society. This type of knowledge has nothing to do with being religious or irreligious. It is for both types of human beings and acts in the same way regardless of someone’s beliefs in God. A practitioner of Jnana yoga then transcends a practitioner of religion and a practitioner of material science by far for this reason. We need spiritual scientists to help answer both spiritual and material questions. Not material scientists. They simply speculate and play with God’s material energy. Spiritual energy cannot be also tested by man, like it’s done in a science laboratory. Because spiritual energy is unseen, it cannot be actually touched by the senses of a human in the form of seeing, touching, tasting, hearing, smelling, and so on. It can only be revealed or experienced by direct perception, by way of his questioning and acceptance of it by a process, and practice. Not just believing in it but knowing it exist by a deeper sense of feeling and perceiving. It’s a real transcendental experience. Only people of this caliber should we now put up as actual leaders of mankind. Why, because such a person must know the Vedic science in an in-depth way after long years of practice. As it involves controlling the mind and senses and actually knowing God exist in that spiritual energy. In this way we cannot see God directly but we can perceive God’s existence by way of actual spiritual intelligence. This process is called Jnana yoga. It’s one of the eight-fold yoga system of enlightenment found in the Vedic literatures.

Belief in or Knowing God

It is a vital knowledge that man is missing. Basic religious texts like the Bible, Quoran, Torah and some others have pronounced and touched on it but not in sufficient quantities. It’s like primary school level education compared with university and post graduate study. Religion has concentrated on moral principles of living which is good, but what they have failed in is, they have not spent much time explaining the most important aspect of the very nature of life and the source of life. Merely believing in God is insufficient. One has to know God exist and that we are particles of God, and that we are in God and God is within us as well. We must also know God’s qualities, activities, how He thinks and what He says about His own creations. Otherwise we cannot develop our true love for some we do not know. We cannot say “I don’t wish this body” I wish to live eternally with complete happiness” so I will change it in this life” and its changed instantly. It can happen, but over a course of several life times. So we have no control on time, which is the real representative of the Supreme in the material world. So God is right in front of everyone in the form of time. The Vedic Science gives this kind of post graduate information in greater detail.

The Laws of God or The Laws of Man

The one governance required is the laws of God in the Holy scriptures of this world. It’s not only the Bible. It’s not only the Quoran. It’s not only the Torah. It’s about all of them combined with the universal truths and actions for a more peaceful planet earth explained in much more detail in the Vedas. One simply cannot remain within the primary a,b,c standard like a child. One has to go on studying and searching out higher understandings contained in the Vedic literature.

Man is a servant of God. We know nothing substantial really without God. We aren’t the owner of the planet. God is. So God must be recognized as the Supreme Authority. Not man. The wealth of the earth does not belong to man. It belongs to God. This includes paper money in banks. Every thing will be taken away from man at the end of each life. One will have to start from scratch in the next life. There were past lives and there will be future lives. We are living the present life now which was a future life and is sure to become a past life. Think about this truth. We are simply learning this the hard way. If we don’t learn how to choose our leaders we will repeat our mistakes and things will get worst.

The Source of Worldly Scriptures

A one world government will never be established on earth. That will be worst with demons on top. A one world religion and spiritual science is needed. So the real problem is how to detect demoniac leaders. First we must learn the difference between a person who knows he/she is a servant of God and one who thinks he/she is God or that there is no God. It is this type of questioning that should be asked around the world. For these studies and answers, we ourselves will have to seek out the Vedic scriptures and specifically the Bhagavad Gita As It Is translated by A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami and Srimad Bhagavatam also translated by Bhaktivedanta Swami in many languages. These Vedic literatures are not Hindu scriptures. There is no such thing as being Hindu, Muslim or Christian or other names of followers of religion. One may use them but those names die when the person body dies. The real living being does not die and are not belonging to any religion. They belong to God who is not interested in mundane religion from the point of view of mere bodily concept of being real identity. The body is not the true self. If we want to purchase gold, we first must know the qualities of gold. Otherwise anyone can rob and fool us. The animals and plants need no scriptures for they cannot read nor hear scripture, nor think of God. The primary purpose of human life then, is to know and realize God. Not just being religious.

Man made viruses, nuclear bombs, and 5G technology of mass destruction

So what is happening now is that each and every sincere human being is clearly being told from within and without by God, not to simply put any fool to rule human beings. The real qualifications to rule human beings are that the rulers and leaders should be able to prove both to man and to God that he/she knows who God is (1), and he/she knows who he/she really is (2). That one is equal and not greater than any other human being. (3) That is where these books of the Vedic scriptures excel. Why? Because they are the only scriptures on this planet that are actually and originally spoken and written by God Himself- Krishna Vedavyasa. All others are spoken by various inspired men/women which is not sufficient in realizing God. We must hear from God Himself about Himself. This is the view point of the Vedic literatures.

Lord Jesus Christ was a Yogi and Follower of the Vedas

Lord Jesus Christ is not God. He is however, a qualified son of God. He isn’t the only son either. He never said that he was God and that he is the only son. Statements like “I am the way, truth and light” “I and the father are one” or “No man comes unto the father but through me” does not make him God. Those statements contain two personalities involved always,”our father who is in heaven” “Holy is thy Name” Jesus referred regularly to God as the Father of him and all humans. So Jesus never spoke about himself as God. He spoke about his real father who is God. He had an earthly father as all of us have one. Think about it. They are our foster father in one sense. Our real father is God. Because God is the seed giving father of everyone. The correct understanding is that Jesus acted as the spiritual master or guru for his followers and disciples at that time. There were no other qualified spiritual masters at that time. Only the bonafide guru at a particular time holds that position among human kind. Someone must point the way, the truth, and the light. There must be consultation with someone having more advanced and purer understanding of God. Otherwise one becomes subject to his/her own mind and will be prone to make up false knowledge of God and also follow unscrupulous people and demoniac leaders.

Spiritual Science and Material Science

This earth planet is a tiny one of the estates (mansions) of the Supreme Being and we are all His servants. No one is greater than anyone else. God does not speak in mundane terms of a particular religion. He speaks what He has created and how to use it in His service. This is real science. That is beyond religion. That knowledge contains both material science and spiritual science. Using those energies of God in the service of its rightful owner is beyond a belief system. We must know that God exist and not just believing in God. In other words the Vedas are the USER MANUALS of God directly of how best to serve Him. They are also far older than any other scriptures on this planet. Originally they are written in Sanskrit, the planet’s oldest language and source of all languages.

An Advanced School of Spiritual Science

Our time for fooling around with the property of the Supreme is over. Those who are sincere will understand what the Vedic science puts forward. This is the solution. Man does not know any thing about himself, this planet and the real owner of this planet, the Supreme Living Entity, which we refer too as God. So we will have to go back to a school of spiritual science which was missed in order to relearn this natural science process and this is what is taking place now. There are many things to unlearn and relearn. The Vedic literatures should now be consulted. They are available in many languages now and they are online. Have a look at them and buy them. They explain the truth of the Holy Names of Lord Krsna. This is the reason for this site. To offer higher and purer truths to mankind. We should not be just consumers and killers of God’s properties and material energies, but we should be co-creators, creating useful things with the energies of the Supreme to be used in His service only. He is the real eternal Benefactor.

Material Energy does not constitute real science

With all the advancement man has made in material science, he now thinks he is God or have no use for God. So with the present situation on the planet, God Himself draws to our attention and gives a timeout to all. He is showing He can can dismantle every aspect of life by an unseen material energy. Man thinks he made the viruses or the nuclear energy or 5G technology. No, God showed him how to foolishly kill himself and to misuse His material energy which is automatically a destructive energy, or negative energy in its natural state. It is a soothing energy of eternity, knowledge and bliss. It is the spiritual energy that man has full capacity to discover and use accordingly. The spiritual energy cannot kill. It can only create, expand and produce new consciousness of life. It can be used to free one from the entanglement of material life which only offers birth pangs, old age, disease and death. So everything man makes with material energy simply enhances and quickens the four set backs in life, namely birth, death, old age, and disease. Therefore man remains a fool until he discovers himself as a spiritual spark of the Supreme Entity. That’s an incredible spark of life we are. The problem however, it is grossly under-utilized. The process to use it is called bhakti yoga science. This aspect of man’s development is now coming to the forefront again. It’s not new to this planet. It was here before but in the past ages. There are four such ages. The first age is one of Truthfulness, Cleanliness, Mercy, and Austerity full one hundred percent. The second age those qualities are reduced one quarter. The third age it further reduced by half. The fourth and last age it is reduced by three quarters leaving truthfulness to stand alone which becomes weaker and weaker as the age progresses, and God consciousness is almost completely absent. It is called Kali Yuga or the age of lies, deceits, confusions, and hypocrisies. These truths can be obtained in full descriptions from the Vedic literatures like Bhagavad Gita As It Is and Srimad Bhagavatam translated by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami. It’s online in all different languages. God Himself (Bhagavan) means one who possesses all full six opulences unlimitedly, and these are wealth, fame, knowledge, strength, beauty and the power of renunciation. He is the speaker and writer of the original Sanskrit Vedic texts. So we should not just make material advancement as our main goal of life. We can end up speeding up the process of death as we now see. This transcendental knowledge is powerful. It’s not just religion but spiritual science. Mundane religion without proper spiritual science understanding, helps to breed discrimination of all types. Because one thinks he is the material body. “My belief is this, my faith is this, my race and color is this, my caste is this and they are better than yours”. All nonsense claims. This then is the serious flaw of this age i.e., we are hypocrites, deceivers, and untruthful human beings. This is what we need to correct. Hare Krsna.

The Purpose of the Vedas in this age of confusion and hypocrisy.

The Four Yugas (Ages/Eras)

Spiritual science is an individual experience. The VEDAS is within every soul in the form of the Super Soul (God within). There are four prescribed spiritual processes to attain spiritual realization individually. One soul cannot prove it to another soul. The proof is in actually applying the process. If I offer you a medicine curing a disease, you must take the medicine to prove me right. You do this with all aspects of your life. One has to apply or take the medicine. Only then one would be healed.

The first process is one of meditation on God within our hearts. It is an extremely lengthy and difficult process and in the first age called Satya yuga -satya means full truth realized and yuga means age or era, a time when humans lived for 100,000 earthly years. The process recommended meditation on the Super Soul within. Persons will sit and meditate until they realized the Super Soul within them. On their success, at the time of death of the body, their soul would be transferred back to the eternal spiritual world where there is no birth, death, old age, or disease. Those who were unsuccessful will take birth again and given an opportunity to continue the process. The yugas also have an age of their own and starts and finishes accordingly. They automatically flow into each other and again starts over. The next following age called Treta yuga, humans’ lifespan were 10,000 earthly years. This second spiritual process was the performance of sacrifices which were very difficult to perform as it involved accurate pronunciation of Sanskrit mantras and had to be performed according to exact time and places and many other conditions and stipulations. That perfected process led to the transfer of successful souls back to the spiritual kingdom of the Supreme. The unsuccessful humans would then be born into the Dwapara yuga, where the lifespan was 1000 earthly years. The third process was temple worship of the Deities of God Krishna. As people began to lose their natural spiritual and mental powers, they had to be reminded physically. The successful souls would be transferred to the spiritual kingdom of God. The unsuccessful persons will take birth in the last age of Kali yuga which we are now in. The fourth process is achieved simply by chanting the Holy Names found in all scriptures on this planet and specifically the Vedas. All are powerful names of God. The Vedas personified is non different from the Super Soul Himself, who resides in the heart of all living entities.

Krsna Vedavyasa (God) spoke and wrote the Vedas

The Vedas contains all relevant knowledge of God’s kingdoms of material nature and spiritual nature, and is written in Sanskrit, the planet’s oldest language. It was written by an incarnation or Avatar of God appropriately named Krsna Vedavyasa. The Vedas cannot totally be read and understood by man in this age because he has lost most of his mental and spiritual intelligence and is a little above the animals in consciousness for this reason. As this Kali yuga gets older, and its now about just over 5000 plus years. Vyasadeva summarized The Vedanta Sutras into the treaties called Srimad Bhagavatam, the post graduate study for the devotees of Krsna and Krsna Himself being the sole purpose of the Vedas.  Bhagavad Gita is the essences of the Vedas and is spoken by Krsna Himself. You can view the explanation of A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada of what is the Vedas.

Any knowledge man knows has come from the Vedas. Spiritual knowledge, material science, mathematics, physics, economic, social sciences, politics, medicine, space travel, musical sound vibration, and many many arts and sciences. The early Westerners some of whom learned Sanskrit had seen those various knowledge bases and returned to the west so to speak, writing as though they created those theories. One such famous personality was Pythagoras. He presented two aspects in music science which is the math aspect of the Circle of 5ths, and some other geometrical theories such as his famous one we all learned in school. Well his “theories” were first found in the Vedas. There are many more western philosophers and thinkers who gained their knowledge from the Vedas. Air and space travel is nothing new to the Vedas. Only that the Vedas explains the subtle energy factors through the use of mantras for the mind more than the gross material energy. Every thing can be achieved in the subtle form. Material scientists have not yet learned or discovered how to use the subtle energy powers of their minds and what to speak of the spiritual power of the spark of God, the soul within man. So the Vedas are for these purposes and are real. Their essence studies are the Bhagavad Gita As It Is and Srimad Bhagavatam by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada and are translated into the major languages of this planet. They are the full User Manuals of the material world in all material universes of God. 

The Special Mercy of this Kali Yuga (The Present age we are in)

In the spiritual world the Vedas do not exist as it is not needed, because the pure living entities are free of material encumbrances and they are perfected beings and in the presence of God Himself.  In this particular Kali yuga, a special mercy is given out at this time.  There is a 10,000 year mercy period somewhat like a Satya yuga type of intelligence being handed out by Krsna (God). The Lord appeared just 500 years ago as the most merciful incarnation of Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. He is God Himself in that simple form as a devotee of Krsna.  He, also like Christ, delivered the spiritual concept of chanting the Holy Names of God, “Hare Krsna, Hare Krsna, Krsna Krsna Hare Hare.  Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama Hare Hare.“ because men live for such a short age barely 100 years old and even that is very rare. He says one cannot approach the entire Vedas for all its worth in this present age, but one can simply call on the Names of God which is Lord Sri Hare Krsna, The Original Supreme Personality of Godhead. Throughout the Vedas, Krsna was known and is still known as the Original Person from whom everything emanates. Man really knows nothing in truth by himself, and in fact without consulting with Krsna, he worsens his position in life. So in this special mercy period of the Kali Yuga, everyone can become spiritually fortunate. People may know a few things religiously or materially, but not to the extent to change the conditioning in life we are now experiencing.

Chanting the Maha Mantra, The only way, the only way, the only way in this age

The Vedas had also long proclaimed the Maha Mantra,  “Hare Krsna, Hare Krsna, Krsna Krsna Hare Hare.  Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama Hare Hare.“ It stressed that it is the only way 3 times to show its importance to deliver the fallen souls in this Kali yuga, the age of man where he has no understanding of who he is and what is his purpose here on earth. He has no good qualities and cannot control his restless mind, therefore he has lost all spiritual and mental power. He seeks power only in the material energy, which is really dead matter. The only reason why material energy exist, is due to the fact that the spiritual souls are within it. Once the souls leave, material energy decays and turns into dust and earth. (Dusts to dust ashes to ashes The Bible proclaims correctly). The fastest way to destroy a house is when no one lives in it. There is no spirit souls in the form of humans to maintain and give it sustenance so it ruts faster.

The Material Scientists are Frauds

We should no longer really accept such scientific and political demons’ views again. We have surrendered to them without questioning them. They say they have created this or that product, and we blindly accepted without asking for proof of its values stated. A few years after, they say no don’t accept that any more, that they now have a new product is better than the previous on. Again we believed them. It goes on like this over and over. They are speculators and frauds, for they raise large sums of money for this guessing games and schemes of theirs. Meanwhile the unsuspecting populations are becoming more confused and bewildered about where life is taking them. The same thing can be said of unlearned religionists and politicians. They are persons who have not approached the Vedas in any form or fashion. The Vedas do not change. They remain the same eternally. The real material and spiritual sciences are taught in the Vedas by God Himself. He therefore is the only real scientist for He knows what He alone created. So really the time has come to separate the wheat from the paddy, something the Bible also told us about.

The Unifying Force in all Religion is the Supreme Being

Devotees of Krsna do not ill speak the Bible, Quoran, Torah and others. What we look for is the actual truths they contain in terms of the Vedas which is their actual source.  For instance Christ pointed out God as the father of everyone. He said “Blessed be the pure in heart for they shall see God”. In this way he is confirming the views of the Vedas that God is within us and not just out of us. So too, Mohammed had given some profound statements in the Quoran, which the Vedas also confirms.

The Mystic Energy of the Vedas and God

If one goes back in history and sees what has been said by great sages and saints in all religions and philosophies, they all said things that are to be found in the Vedas. The Vedas says that the Ganges water is pure. Within recent years some scientists had tested bacteria in samples of Ganges water. When they returned the next day, they saw that the bacteria they placed died.  There are many other things of that gross nature that can be proven. The Vedas also points out that stool is impure except for the stool of the cow as long at it has not touched the ground and remain there for insects to eat it and pass their stool on it. In India many people especially in the farmland areas, when they get injured and their skin is open and bleeding, they collect the fresh cow dung directly from the cow into their washed hands and place it on the wound. No infection is given to the patient. It acts as an antiseptic. The Vedas also says the cow simply eats grass and she gives the most precious of food especially to her young calf and to man. Milk is a great food item. It can be processed naturally into cheese, butter, yogurt and made into many still adorable sweets. Such is the science of the Vedas. It is God descended in that literary form.

Spiritual Energy is the Real cause of Material Energy

Spiritual energy can only be proven when spiritual energy science is applied. It cannot be tested with material energy except that which is ordained in the Vedas like the Ganges water, pure cow dung and other substances. So it is the individual soul that has to do the testing and proving. Not God, the giver of life in any form. We cannot prove God through the use of material energy. We cannot prove our true selves to others by using material energy as well. Each individual has to prove to himself or herself and not to anyone else by realizing that he/she is a spiritual part and particle of God and that he/she is not the material body which is made up of blood, puss and stool and urine, which are all abominable substances of material body. It is truly an individual thing. Our relationship with our Maker Krsna, is unique to all of us individually. Life doesn’t have to be proved simply because life itself is the proof. Think about these things deeply. Hare Krsna.