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GEORGE HARRISON

March 31, 1970


Everyone is looking for Krishna.

Some don't realize that they are, but they are.

Krishna is God, the Source of all that exists, the Cause of all that is, was or ever will be.

As God is unlimited, He has many names.

Allah - Buddah - Jehova - Rama: All are Krishna, all are one.

God is not abstract, he has both the impersonal and the personal aspects to his personality which is supreme, eternal, blissful, and full of knowledge.

As a single drop of water has the same qualities as an ocean of water, so has our consciousness the quality of God's consciousness ... but through our identification and attachment with material energy (physical body, sense pleasures, material possessions, ego, etc.) our true transcendental consciousness has been polluted, and like a dirty mirror it is unable to reflect a pure image. With many lives our association with the temporary has grown. This impermantent body, a bag of bones and flesh, is mistaken for our true self, and we have accepted this temporary condition to be final.

Through all ages, great saints have remained as living proof that this nontemporary, permanent state of God consciousness can be revived in all living souls. Each soul is potentially Divine.

Krishna says in Bhagavad-gita "Steady in the Self, being freed from all material contamination the yogi achieves the highest perfectional stage of happiness in touch with the supreme consciousness." Yoga (a scientific method of God(SELF) realization) is the process by which we purify our consciousness, stop further pollution and arrive at the state of Perfection, full knowledge full bliss.

If there is a God, I want to see him. It's pointless to believe in something without proof, and Krishna Consciousness and meditation are methods where you can actually obtain God perception. You can actually see God, and hear him, play with Him. It might sound crazy but He is actually there, actually with you.

There are many yogic paths Raja, Jnana, Hatha, Kriya, Karma, Bhakti which are all acclaimed by the masters of each method.

Swami Bhaktivedanta is as his title says a Bhakti yogi following the path of devotion. By serving God through each thought, word, and deed and by chanting of his holy names, the devotee quickly develops God-Conciousness. By chanting:

Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna

Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare

Hare Rama, Hare Rama

Rama Rama, Hare Hare

One evitably arrives at Krishna Consciousness.

GIVE PEACE A CHANCE.

~GEORGE HARRISON

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