Hare Krishna: An amazing, spiritual and ecological way of life
September 28, 2020
Enter the day-to-day life of one of the few Hindu spiritual refuges located in Spain. Through the Master and Sri Guru Diksha Prema Krishna Das Babaji and his disciples, Swami Rajendra and Swamini Maha Kadamba, we will discover a place where you can breathe a peace and spirituality like no other.
This community opens its doors for us to know first hand, their simple yet transcendental lifestyle, based on the Vedic tradition and fully dedicated to the practice of Bhakti Yoga.
And, what is Bhakti Yoga?
It is the last of the four paths of Yoga mentioned in the Bhagavad Gita, the Holy Book of Hinduism, after Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga and Raja Yoga. It is the Yoga of devotion to the Supreme Personality of Godhead, taking as a premise that we cannot attain union with God without first loving ourselves and all living beings.
"Only what one has, one can offer. Without loving oneself first, we can hardly love others".
How to practice Bhakti Yoga?
Through the integrated work of our whole being: the cleansing and health of our body, the purification, harmony and attunement of our mind, and the elevation of our spirit.
The life of an authentic devotional Yogi could be summarized as follows:
"Simple life, elevated thoughts''.
And how does this translate into our worldly life?
The main problem of human beings today is that they have lost the notion of how to synchronize their material life with their spiritual life.
In the documentary we will see how through the practice of meditation, the chanting of mantras, an Ayurvedic diet, rituals of gratitude, humility..., we will favor the connection with ourselves and with our essence, which undoubtedly, can lead to a total transformation of our values and consequently, also of our life.
If you want to know more about this spiritual community and Bhakti Yoga, do not miss our documentary Hare Krishna.
If you are interested in learning much more about this spiritual family, discover the complete Bhagavad Gita course on Conscious Television, taught by these devotional yogis who dedicate their lives to the knowledge, interpretation and transmission of the teachings of this sacred text of Hinduism, considered one of the most important works of universal religious literature.
"Renounce the individuality of the ego and rejoice in the bliss of infinity."
Bhagavad Gita Chapter V