Trishna vanto Krishna part 4: Thirst for Krishna
About the mantras
Trishna vanto Krishna means ‘Thirst for Krishna’. Anandajay: “Krishna symbolizes deep spiritual attractiveness. How else would we find the strength to go beyond our habits and sensory orientation, into the depth of our soul, of our Self? The Essence of life attracts us with energies of spiritual peace, love, joy and happiness, attracting everyone and everything, calling all souls to itself to find their way home.”
When we sing or listen to mantras that voice Krishna energy, we sing about this loving, joyous, playful energy of true happiness and inner peace, which everyone longs for. The Maha mantra, also known as the Hare Krishna mantra, we honour this most true and joyous Essence that is present in every soul. Freely translated, the meaning of this mantra - Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rame, Rama Rama, Hare Hare - is: “Oh Divine Essence that attracts all beings, I salute you and heartily sing your holy name, for you are our true Source of joy. Sing o sing with rapturous joy.” This mantra has a wholesome effect when in need of joy.
Offers a devotional healing of your spiritual integrity
- The value of this mantra:
- Lets you go within, to your inner being.
- Brings you in relation to your being
- Helps you to let go of personal things.
- Cleanses your energy field.
- Helps you to feel yourself.
- Helps you to withdraw a little, letting go of what accupies you.
- Opens you for your soul.
- Brings you into contact with who you are.
Krishna Mantras set
Trishna vanto Krishna part 1 to 4: Thirst for Krishna.
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