Krishna consciousness, or bhakti-yoga, is acting in harmony with ultimate reality—the Supreme Person, who is Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Bhakti, or devotional service, is the relationship between the bhakta (devotee) and Bhagavan (God, or Krishna, who is the possessor of all opulences.)
People are all naturally Krishna conscious. In illusion, however, we think we’re the center of the universe, and that our bodies are our real selves. Krishna consciousness means becoming free from that illusion, and experiencing our true blissful, eternal nature. It's a process that works. Anyone can do it.
Krishna consciousness is both a practice and the goal of the practice. The goal is to be Krishna conscious. The practice is to always stay conscious of Krishna.
Krishna Consciousness Basics
An overview of some of the basic teachings of Krishna consciousness
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