From Confusion to Clarity

From Confusion to Clarity

The beauty of Shree Radha Krishna is said to be such that, even gyanis and paramahamsas abandon their obsession for remaining absorbed in meditation on the impersonal  Brahman, and assume the form of trees to witness their divine beauty.

Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj describes their divine beauty through his divine pads. He says that the blue complexioned Shyamasundar, dressed in His crisp yellow pitambar enchants the three worlds with his mischievous glances. However, the resplendently fair, supremely innocent Radha Rani, whose complexion is enhanced by Her blue colored clothing, enchants the mind of Shree Krishna Himself! Rasik saints often describe the blissful dilemma of whether they should remain immersed in the beauty of Shree Krishna or drown in the grace of Shree Radha Rani.

Devotees of Shree Radha Krishna Temple of Dallas will have the immense grace of tasting a similar kind of dilemma this summer in a miniscule amount. When the prān pratiṣṭha of Shree Radha Krishna deities is performed on July 8 and 9th, and they give us their long awaited darshan for the very first time, we are bound to experience the confusion of whom to behold first and whom to feast our eyes on. May we all drown in this unique confusion, which has immense potential to lead us to ever-new, ever-increasing bliss, and take us to the state of perfect clarity.

Do not miss this opportunity to witness Shree Radha Krishna murthis consecrated and infused with the breath of life! Please see Radha Krihsna Temple Inaugural Ceremony, for more details.

2 Comments
  • Keerthana
    Posted at 07:41h, 10 June Reply

    May all Devotees who are attending the Pran Pratishtha, enjoy this confusion, and such divine bliss be flowing forever and ever infinitely. Lots of love and best wishes to all satsangees there.

  • Smita
    Posted at 15:09h, 10 June Reply

    The lovely description of the ethereal beauty of Radha-Krishna makes me long for the pran-prathistha ceremony. I so look forward to it.

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