Anirban657

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  1. @ground Who says there is no God? Did Leo say so? As far as I know he said God is Absolute Infinity. Krishna=Absolute Infinite Form=Formless So if Absolute Infinity is formless then in form Absolute Infinity is Krishna
  2. @Matt8800 I am not speak about the word... You obviously cannot understand Nothingness but chanting that word. The Hare Krishna mantra is like the 5 second rule.. it activates the front part of the brain and increases will power. Bhakti is what is needed... Not chanting Hare Krishna only
  3. Sorry to hear that you were indoctrinated... I was an atheist before I watched Leo's videos. I agree with everything that Leo says.. I am just adding the word Krishna not as a person... I mean to say Krishna=Truth=God=Nothingness=Consciousness
  4. Well Hinduism teaches all the above that you mentioned. Read Bhagavad-Gita As It Is. Give it a try. There art no dogmas. It's just a conversation between Arjuna and Krishna, two friends who are fighting in a battle.
  5. Indoctrination is not only in religion but everywhere. You are not really open minded unless you are enlightened.
  6. Read Sri Ramakrishna's autobiography
  7. Sir intellectual understanding is not enough
  8. @Matt8800 yes he was wasting time by just chanting mechanically. You gotta work hard and read a lot of books, spend time with pure devotees,do sadhana and lots more. Who says Krishna is outside? True self=Krishna
  9. How can you truly love yourself? Who is the one giving you love? Just give love to Krishna/Jesus/God and miracles will happen
  10. Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare
  11. @Preetom Papaji was successful. He chanted Krishna's name and Krishna helped him through Ramana Maharishi. At last when he became enlightened he met Krishna.
  12. Both religions lead to the realisation of the Absolute.