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Amrita Varshini - THE ADVENT OF KRSNA

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THE ADVENT OF KRSNA

de Amrita Varshini, el Domingo, 21 de agosto de 2011 a la(s) 8:25 ·


 

THE ADVENT OF KRSNA

 

A lecture by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

London, August 21, 1973

 

His Excellency, the High Commissioner; ladies and gentlemen, I thank you very much for coming here and participating in this ceremony, Janmastami, the advent of Krsna. The subject I've been ordered to speak on is the advent of Krsna. Krsna says in the Bhagavad-gita,

 

janma karma ca me divyam

evam yo vetti tattvatah

tyaktva deham punar janma

naiti mam eti kaunteya

 

"One who knows the transcendental nature of My appearance and activities does not, upon leaving the body, take his birth again in this material world, but attains My eternal abode, O Arjuna." (Bg 4.9) This is a fact, that we can achieve a stage of life where we can stop birth and death simply by understanding the transcendental nature of Krsna's appearance and activities.

 

So 'mrtatvaya kalpate. This morning, I was explaining this verse:

 

yam hi na vyathayanty ete

purusam purusarsabha

sama-duhkha-sukham dhiram

so 'mrtatvaya kalpate

 

"O best among men [Arjuna], the person who is not disturbed by happiness and distress and is steady in both is certainly eligible for liberation." (Bg 2.15) Amrtatva means immortality. In modern civilization no one, be they great philosophers, great politicians or great scientists, has any idea that it is possible to attain the stage of immortality (amrtatva). We are all amrta, immortal. In the Bhagavad-gita it is said, na jayate na mriyate va kadacin. We living entities never die, and we never take birth. Nityah sasvato yam, na hanyate hanyamane sarire. Every one of us is eternal (nityah sasvato); purana: the oldest. And upon annihilation of this body, we do not die (na hanyate). The body is finished, but I have to accept another body. Tatha dehantara praptir dhiras tatra na muhyati. Dehino 'smin yatha dehe kaumaram yauvanam jara: "As the embodied soul continuously passes, in this body, from boyhood to youth to old age, the soul similarly passes into another body at death. A sober person is not bewildered by such a change." (Bg 2.13)

 

 

 

At the present moment, practically everyone, even the great philosophers, politicians and scientists, are lacking this simple knowledge, that we, all living entities, are eternal. We are all part and parcel of Krsna, and thus not only are we eternal, but we are ever blissful and fully cognizant. Krsna is described in the Vedic sastras:

 

isvarah paramah krsnah

sac-cid-ananda-vigrahah

anadir adir govindah

sarva-karana-karanam

 

"Krsna who is known as Govinda is the Supreme Godhead. He has an eternal, blissful spiritual body. He is the origin of all. He has no other origin, and He is the prime cause of all causes." (Bs 5.5.1) Sac-cid-ananda- vigrahah. God, Krsna... Krsna means God. If there is any important name of God, it is Krsna. It is sometimes said that God has no name. That's a fact. But God's names are given by His activities. For example, Krsna agreed to become the son of Maharaja Nanda, or Yasodamayi, or Devaki, or Vasudeva, so He is known as Nandanandana, Yasodasuta, Devakiputra, or Vasudeva. Vasudeva and Devaki were Krsna's real father and mother. Nobody is really the father and mother of Krsna, because Krsna is the original father of everyone. But when Krsna comes here, when He advents Himself, He accepts some devotees as His father and His mother. Krsna is the original person (adi-purusam). Adyam purana-purusam nava-yauvanam ca. He is the original person. Then must he be very old? No. Adyam purana purusam nava-yauvanam ca: He is always a fresh youth. That is Krsna. When Krsna was on the battlefield of Kuruksetra (you must have seen the picture), He looked just like a boy twenty or, at most, twenty-four years old. But, at that time, He had great-grandchildren. Therefore, Krsna is always youthful. (navayauvanam ca). These are the statements of Vedic literatures.

 

advaitam acyutam anadim ananta-rupam

adyam purana-purusam nava-yauvanam ca

vedesu durlabham adurlabham atma-bhaktau

govindam adi-purusam tam aham bhajami

 

"I worship Govinda, the primeval Lord, who is inaccessible to the Vedas, but obtainable by pure unalloyed devotion of the soul, who is without a second, who is not subject to decay, is without a beginning, whose form is endless, who is the beginning, and the eternal purusa; yet He is a person possessing the beauty of blooming youth." (Bs 1.5.33) If we simply read the Vedic literature as a formality, it will be very difficult to understand Krsna (vedesu durlabham). Although all the Vedas are meant for understanding Krsna, we cannot understand Krsna simply by reading the Vedas. In the Bhagavad-gita it is said, vedais ca sarvair aham eva vedyo. Aham eva vedyo. What is the use of studying the Vedas if you do not understand Krsna? The ultimate goal of education is to understand the Supreme Lord, the supreme father, the supreme cause, as it is said in the Vedanta-sutra, janmady asya yatah; athato brahma-jijnasa. Brahma-jijnasa means to discuss the Supreme Absolute Truth, Brahman. What is that Brahman? Janmady asya yatah: Brahman is that from which everything emanates. So science, as well as philosophy, means to find out the ultimate cause of everything. That we learn from the sastras, the Vedic literature: Krsna is the cause of all causes (sarva-karana-karanam). Sarva-karana-karanam.

 

isvarah paramah krsnah

sac-cid-ananda-vigrahah

anadir adir govindah

sarva-karana-karanam

 

"Krsna who is known as Govinda is the Supreme Godhead. He has an eternal blissful spiritual body. He is the origin of all. He has no other origin and He is the prime cause of all causes." (Bs 5.5.1) The prime cause of all causes: For example, I am caused by my father. My father is caused by his father. He is caused by his father, and he by his father.... Go on searching, and then ultimately you'll come to somebody who is the cause of all other causes, but Who Himself has no cause. Anadir adir govindah: "Govinda is the origin of all. He has no other origin." I may be the cause of my son, but I am also the result of another cause, my father. But the sastra says, anadir adir: He is the original cause, but He has no cause. That is Krsna. Therefore, Krsna says, janma karma ca me divyam yo janati tattvatah.

 

 

 

The advent of Krsna is a very important thing. We should try to understand Krsna, why He advents Himself, why He comes into this material world, what is His business, what are His activities. If we simply try to understand Krsna, then what is the result? The result is tyaktva deham punar janma naiti mam eti kaunteya. You get immortality. The aim of life is to achieve immortality (amrtatvaya kalpate).

 

So today, on the advent of Krsna, we shall try to understand the philosophy of Krsna. His Excellency was speaking of peace. The formula for peace is spoken by Krsna:

 

bhoktaram yajna-tapasam

sarva-loka-mahesvaram

suhrdam sarva-bhutanam

jnatva mam santim rcchati

 

"A person in full consciousness of Me, knowing Me to be the ultimate beneficiary of all sacrifices and austerities, the Supreme Lord of all planets and demigods, and the benefactor and well-wisher of all living entities, attains peace from the pangs of material miseries." (Bg 5.29) The politicians and diplomats are trying to establish peace in the world. The United Nation is there, and there are many other organizations. They are trying to have real peace and tranquility, without misunderstanding between one person and another, between one nation and another. But that is not happening. Why not? The root is wrong. Everyone is thinking, "This is my country. This is my family. This is my society. This is my property." This "mine" is illusion. The sastra says, janasya moho 'yam aham mameti: This "I and my" philosophy is illusion.

 

So this illusion means maya. If you want to get out of this illusion, maya, you have to accept Krsna's formula. Mam eva ye prapadyante mayam etam taranti te. All the guidance we need is in the Bhagavad-gita if we accept the philosophy of Bhagavad-gita as it is. Everything is there. Peace is there, prosperity is there. But unfortunately, we do not accept it. Or we misinterpret it. That is our misfortune. Krsna says in the Bhagavad-gita, man-mana bhava mad-bhakto mad-yaji mam namaskuru. Krsna says, "Always think of Me" (man-mana). Bhava mad-bhakto: "Become My devotee." Mad-yaji: "Worship Me." Mam namaskuru: "And offer obeisances unto Me." Is it very difficult?

 

 

 

Here is Krsna's Deity. If you think of this Deity, Radha-Krsna, is it very difficult? Man-mana. Come into the temple and just as a devotee offer your respect to the Deity (man-mana bhava mad-bhakto). As far as possible, try to worship the Deity. Patram puspam phalam toyam yo me bhaktya prayacchati. Krsna does not want all your vast property. Krsna is open to the poorest man. He says, patram puspam phalam toyam yo me bhaktya prayacchati: "With devotion, if a person offers Me a little leaf, a little fruit, a little water, I accept it." Krsna is not hungry, but Krsna wants to make you a devotee. That is the main point. Yo me bhaktya prayacchati. If you offer Krsna little things with love, He'll accept them. Krsna is not hungry; Krsna is providing food for everyone. Eko yo bahunam vidadhati kaman: "God, One, is fulfilling the needs of everyone." But Krsna wants your love, your devotion. Therefore He is begging a little leaf, a flower, a fruit or some water

 

There is no difficulty in understanding Krsna. And there is no difficulty in accepting Krsna consciousness. But we'll not do it--that is our disease. Otherwise, it is not difficult at all. And as soon as we become devotees of Krsna, we understand the whole situation.

 

Our Bhagavata philosophy is also communism because we consider Krsna the supreme father, and all living entities children of Krsna. Krsna says that He is the proprietor of all planets (sarva-loka-mahesvaram). Therefore, whatever there is, either in the sky or in the water or on the land, is all Krsna's property. And because we are all children of Krsna, every one of us has the right to use our father's property. But we should not encroach upon others. This is the formula of peace. Ma grdha kasya svidhanam, isavasyam idam sarvam. Everything belongs to God. You are children of God. You have got the right to use your father's property, but do not take more than you need. That is punishable. These things are stated in the Srimad-Bhagavatam. In the Bhagavad-gita it is said, stena eva sa ucyate: "he's a thief." If anyone takes more than he needs, he's a thief. Yajnarthat karmano 'nyatra loko 'yam karma-bandhanah. Yajna means Krsna. Another name of Krsna is Yajnesvara. So, act for Krsna, take prasada--Krsna. Whatever you do, do it for the satisfaction of Krsna. That is what we are teaching here.

 

 

 

In this temple, we are all residing together, whether American, Indian, English, Canadian, African, or from any other part of the world. You know that--not only in this temple, but all over the world. Still we are all living together, peacefully. How? Because we all know that Krsna is the supreme father, Krsna is the supreme proprietor, Krsna is the supreme enjoyer, and Krsna is the supreme friend of everyone. And when we forget this, we come into this material world and struggle for existence. And we fight with one another. This is material life. So you cannot get peace without understanding who is the proprietor. The politicians, diplomats, and philosophers have tried so much, but actually nothing has become fruitful. Just like the United Nations. It was organized after the second great war, and they wanted to settle all future disputes peacefully. But no such thing happened. The fighting is going on between Pakistan and India, between Vietnam and America, and between this country and that one. So, this is not the process. The process is Krsna consciousness.

 

Everyone has to understand this fact, that we are not the proprietor. The proprietor is Krsna. That's a fact. Just like America. A few hundred years ago, the Americans, the European immigrants, were not the proprietors of America--somebody else was the proprietor. Before them, still somebody else was the proprietor of America, or the land was vacant. But the actual proprietor is Krsna. Artificially you are claiming, "It is my property." But, janasya moho 'yam aham mameti: this is called maya, illusion.

 

So Krsna advents Himself to teach us: Yada yada hi dharmasya glanir bhavati bharata. Krsna says, "My dear Arjuna, I come when there are discrepancies in the process of dharma, religious life." Dharmasya glanir bhavati. And what is dharma, religion? The simple definition of dharma is, dharmam tu saksad bhagavat- pranitam: "The principles of dharma, or religion, are the direct orders of the Supreme Personality of Godhead." This is dharma (dharmam tu saksad bhagavat-pranitam). Just like, what do you mean by law? Law means the orders given by the state. You cannot make laws at home. That is not possible. Whatever orders the government gives you, "You should act like this," that is law. Similarly, dharma means the direction given by God. That is the simple definition of dharma.

 

 

 

Unfortunately, we make things complicated. You have created one dharma; I have created another dharma; another person creates yet another dharma. Yet these are not dharma. Therefore, at the end of the Bhagavad-gita, Krsna, God, instructs us, sarva-dharman parityajya mam ekam saranam: "Just give up all your dharmas and surrender unto Me." This is dharma--to surrender to Krsna. Any other dharmas are not dharma. Otherwise, why does Krsna ask, sarva-dharman parityajya: "Give up all your other dharmas"? He had said, dharma-samsthapanarthaya sambhavami yuge yuge: "I advent Myself to establish the principles of religion (dharma)." And at last He says, sarva-dharman parityajya, "Give up all your dharmas." That means the so-called dharmas that we have manufactured, the man-made dharmas, are not dharmas. Dharma means what is given by God. But we have no understanding of what God is and what His word is. That is the defect of modern civilization.

 

Nevertheless, God is there, and His order is there--but we won't accept it. Where, then, is the possibility of peace? God's order is there. Bhagavan uvaca: "The Supreme Lord said." Vyasadeva writes, "Bhagavan uvaca." One should know what is meant by "bhagavan." Vyasadeva could have written "Krsna uvaca: "Krsna said." But he didn't. No, he wrote, "Bhagavan uvaca": "The Supreme Lord said." Vyasadeva, fearful that someone may misunderstand Krsna, wrote in every stanza, in every verse, "Sri bhagavan uvaca": "The Supreme Lord said." So Bhagavan is there: Bhagavan is speaking. And Bhagavan is accepted by all the acaryas: Ramanujacarya, Madhvacarya, Visnusvami, and later Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu also. Even Sankaracarya accepts Krsna: sa bhagavan svayam krsna. So the verdict of the modern acaryas and the more ancient ones also--Vyasadeva, Narada, Asita--is the same: Krsna is the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Arjuna, who heard the Bhagavad-gita directly from Krsna, after understanding everything clearly, said, param brahma param dhama pavitram paramam bhavan purusam sasvatam divyam adi-devam ajam vibhum: "Krsna, You are the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the ultimate abode, the purest, the Absolute Truth. You are the eternal, transcendental, original person, the unborn, the greatest." (Bg 10.12)

 

So, everything we need is readily available. Especially in India, we have such great facility for understanding God. Everything is there, ready-made. But we won't accept it. We are searching after peace, but we won't accept the thing which is actually giving us peace. This is our disease. So, what is the remedy for such a disease?

 

 

 

This Krsna consciousness movement is trying to awaken the dormant Krsna consciousness in everyone's heart. Otherwise, how are these Europeans and Americans and people from so many other countries taking to Krsna consciousness so seriously? They had never heard of Krsna four or five years ago, yet now they have given their lives to Krsna. How is this possible? Krsna consciousness is present in everyone's heart. It only has to be awakened. That is described in the Caitanya-caritamrta:

 

nitya-siddha krsna-bhakti 'sadhya' kabhu naya

sravanadi-suddha-citte karaye udaya

 

Love for Krsna, devotion for Krsna, is present within everyone's heart, though everyone has forgotten it. Still, it can be awakened. This Krsna consciousness movement is simply meant for awakening that Krsna consciousness. This is the process. Just like when you are sleeping, I have to call you loudly--"Mr. such and such, get up. You have got this business." No other senses will act when you are sleeping, but the ear will act. Therefore, in this age, when people are so fallen, they will not hear anything. But if we chant this Hare Krsna maha-mantra, they'll be awakened to Krsna consciousness. This is practical.

 

So if we actually are anxious for peace and tranquility in society, then we must be very serious to understand Krsna. That is our request. Don't neglect this Krsna consciousness movement, and don't take it superficially. This movement can solve all the problems of life, all the problems in the world. Whether social, political, philosophical, religious, or economic--all problems can be solved by Krsna consciousness. Therefore, we request those who are leaders--just like His Excellency is present here--you should try to understand this Krsna consciousness movement. It is very scientific; it is very authorized. It is not a mental concoction, nor is it a sentimental movement. It is a most scientific movement. Therefore, we are inviting all leaders from all countries: try to understand. If you are sober, if you are actually reasonable, you'll understand that this Krsna consciousness movement is the sublime movement for the welfare of the whole human society. Anyone may come; we are prepared to discuss this subject matter. Krsna bhuliya jiva bhoga vancha kare.

 

The ultimate goal of our human life is to achieve immortality: tyaktva deham punar janma naiti. This is our purpose, but we have forgotten it. We are simply leading the life of cats and dogs, without any knowledge that we can achieve that perfection of life beyond birth and death. We do not even understand that there is the possibility of amrtatvam, immortality. But everything is possible. Amrtatvam. Nobody wants to die. That's a fact. Nobody wants to become old; nobody wants to become diseased--naturally. Why? Because originally, in our spiritual form, there is no birth, no death, no old age, no disease. There is an evolutionary process, from the aquatics, birds, beasts, plants, and trees, to this human form of body. Asitim caturas caiva laksams tad jiva-jatisu. This is an evolutionary process. After all this, we now have come to the human form of body. Therefore, we should know what the goal of life is. The goal of life is amrtatvam, to become immortal. And we can become immortal simply by becoming Krsna conscious. Krsna says it, and it is a fact. We simply have to understand: janma karma me divyam yo janati tattvatah. If you try to understand Krsna in truth (tattvatah), then, tyaktva deham punar janma naiti, after giving up this body, you won't accept any more material bodies. And, as soon as you don't accept any material body, you become immortal--because by nature we are immortal.

 

Therefore, Krsna advents Himself to teach us this lesson: "You are immortal by nature. As spirit soul you are part and parcel of Me. As I am immortal, so you are also immortal. Unnecessarily, you are struggling hard trying to be happy in this material world."

 

mamaivamso jiva bhuto

jiva-loke sanatanah

manah sastanindriyani

prakrti-sthani karsati

 

"The living entities in this conditioned world are My eternal fragmental parts. Due to conditioned life, they are struggling very hard with the six senses, which include the mind." (Bg 15.7) You are simply struggling, unnecessarily. You have enjoyed the best opportunities for sense gratification in so many varieties of life--as cats, as dogs, as demigods, as trees, as plants, as insects. Now, in this human form of life, don't be captivated by sensuous life. Just try to understand Krsna. That is the verdict of the sastras. Nayam deho deha-bhajam nrloke kastan kaman arhate vid-bhujam ye: To work very hard like dogs and hogs for sense gratification is not the aim of human life. Human life is meant for a little austerity. Tapo divyam putraka yena suddhyet sattvam: We have to purify our existence. That is the mission of human life. Why? Why shall I purify my sattva, my existence? Brahma-saukhyam tv anantam: You will get unlimited pleasure, unlimited happiness. That is real pleasure. Ramante yogino 'nante satyananda-cid-atmani iti rama-padenasau param brahmabhidhiyate: "The Supreme Absolute Truth is called Rama because the transcendentalists take pleasure in the unlimited true pleasure of spiritual existence."

 

 

So, at least in India, all great personalities, saintly persons, sages and acaryas, have cultivated this spiritual knowledge nicely and fully. Yet we are not taking advantage of it. Those sastras and directions are not meant only for Indians or for Hindus or for brahmanas. No. This knowledge is meant for everyone:

 

sarva-yonisu kaunteya

sambhavanti murtayah yah

tasam mahad brahma yonir

aham bija-pradah pita

 

Krsna claims, "I am everyone's father." Therefore, He is anxious to arrange for us all to be peaceful and happy. Just like any father wants to see his children well-situated and happy, so Krsna also wants to see every one of us happy and well-situated. Therefore He sometimes comes here (yada yada hi dharmasya glanir bhavati). This is the purpose of Krsna's advent. So those who are servants of Krsna, devotees of Krsna, should take up the mission of Krsna, as advised by Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu:

 

amara ajnaya guru hana tara ei desa

yare dekha, tare kaha, 'krsna'-upadesa

 

Just try to preach what Krsna has said in the Bhagavad-gita (krsna-upadesa). That is the duty of every Indian. Caitanya Mahaprabhu says:

 

bharata-bhumite manusya janma haila yara

janma sarthaka kari kara para-upakara

 

"One who has taken his birth as a human being in the land of India [Bharata-varsa] should make his life successful and work for the benefit of all other people." (Cc Adi 9.41) So, Indians are meant for para-upakara, working for others' benefit. Indians are not meant for exploiting others. That is not Indians' business. Indian history has all along been for para-upakara. And formerly, from all parts of the world seekers used to come to India to learn what spiritual life is. Even Jesus Christ went there. And so many came from China and from other countries. That is history.

 

But we are forgetting our own asset. How callous we have become. Such a great movement, Krsna consciousness, is going on all over the world, but our Indians are callous, our government is callous. They do not take it up. That is our misfortune. But it is Caitanya Mahaprabhu's mission. He says any Indian, bharata bhumite manusya janma, if he's a human being, must make his life perfect by taking advantage of this Vedic literature and distribute the knowledge all over the world. That is para-upakara. So India can do it.

 

These European and American young men and women are actually appreciating how great the benefits of Krsna consciousness are. Daily I get dozens of letters telling me how they have been benefited by this movement. Actually, that is the fact. Krsna consciousness is giving life to dead people. So I shall specifically request the Indians, especially His Excellency: kindly cooperate with this movement, and try to make your life and others' lives successful. That is the mission of Krsna, the purpose of the advent of Krsna.

 

Thank you very much.

 

 





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