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Krishna BW 1000
(† 3102 v. Chr.) indischer Avatar, Zentralfigur des Hinduismus



Krishna and ladies in a garden, 18th century



Biografische Anekdoten von Krishna

Der Überlieferung nach steigt Krishna gelegentlich in die irdische Welt hinab,
um die vedische Lehre zu verkünden.
Am 19. Juli 3228 soll er vor Christus in einer Gefängniszelle erschienen sein.


Er hat ein Herz für Kinder, weshalb er oft als Jüngling oder Knabe dargestellt wird,
der mit seiner Flöte zum Liebestanz einlädt.

Zitate zum Thema Krishna

Zitate von D. Hawkins

⚠ Achtung Siehe Power vs. Truth (engl.) Januar 2013

Quotes by D. Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

  • Krishna said: All who call upon Me by any name are dear to Me and are Mine.
    [Possible references: Bhagavad Gita 12, 13-19, at various occasions

Zitate von Krishna (Bhagavad Gita)

Quotes by Krishna (Bhagavad Gita)

Krishna hält den Berg Govardhan hoch, um Vrindavana zu beschützen.
Künstler Mola Ram (1760-1833), ~1790
  • I am the Self seated in the hearts of all, and from Me come remembrance, knowledge and forgetfulness. By all the Vedas, I am to be known. Indeed, I am the compiler of Vedanta, and I am the knower of the Vedas.
    Krishna [LoC 1000] († 3102 BC) Indian Avatar, central figure of Hinduism, cited in: Bhagavad Gita [LoC 910], chapter 15, verse 15


  • I am the cruelty of tyrants and the wisdom of enlightened men. Krishna [LoC 1000] († 3102 BC) Indian Avatar, central figure of Hinduism, source unknown



  • The Yogas of love, knowledge, and work have been given by me to men for their highest good. Except for these there is no way to attain freedom. Krishna [LoC 1000] († 3102 BC) Indian Avatar, central figure of Hinduism, Srimad Bhagavatam, translated by Prabhavananda, S. 264


  • Imbued with pure discrimination, restraining himself with reso-
    lution, having rejected the charms of sound and other objects of the senses, and casting off attachment and dislike; dwelling in secluded places, eating little, with speech, body, and mind controlled, engaging in constant meditation and unwaveringly fixed in dispassion; abandoning egotism, arrogance, violence, vanity, desire, anger, pride, and possession, with calm-
    ness ever present, a man is fitted to be the Supreme Being [Avatar]. Krishna [LoC 1000] († 3102 BC) Indian Avatar, cen-
    tral figure of Hinduism, Bhagavad Gita [LoC 910], translated by William Q. Judge


  • I am the object of all worship, its enjoyer and Lord. But those who fail to realize my true nature must be reborn. Those who worship the devas will go to the realm of the devas; those who worship their ancestors will be united with them after death. Those who worship phantoms will become phantoms; but my devotees will come to me.
    Bhagavad Gita [LoC 910], chapter 9, verses 23-24, cited in: "The Royal Path", presented by the globalcultures.net


  • I look upon all creatures equally; none are less dear to me and none more dear. But those who worship me with love live in me, and I come to life in them.
    Bhagavad Gita [LoC 910], chapter 9, verses 29, cited in: "The Royal Path", presented by the globalcultures.net

Zitate von anderen Quellen

  • In der Gegenwart des [dezidiert männlichen] Herrn Krishna sind alle Seelen weiblich.
    Mirabai (~1498-1547) aristokratische indische Mystikerin, Krishna-Devotee der Sant-Tradition, Dichterin, zitiert in:
    Eintrag Mirabai, präsentiert von der Publikation Encyclopedia, aktualisiert 9. Dezember 2020


Referenz: ► Zitatsammlung Zitate aus der Bhagavad Gita, präsentiert von der Webseite Yoga-Welten

Quotes by various other sources

  • All souls are feminine in the presence of the [decidedly male] Lord Kṛṣṇa. Mirabai [Meera] Hagiography (~1498-1547) aristocratic Indian Hindu mystical singer, poet-saint, sahajiya devotee of Lord Krishna, influential in the Sant tradition of the Vaishnava bhakti movement, cited in: entry Mirabai, presented by the publication Encyclopedia, updated 9. December 2020


  • Dates for Krishna's life are unknown and many scholars believe he was a mythological character created by early Hin-
    dus, but in Hinduism, it was Adi Shankara (788-820 CE) who founded Vedanta Hinduism millennia after the myth of
    Krishna emerged. All great modern Indian sages acknowledge Shankara as the master historical teacher of India.
    Could Sri Ramana Maharshi (1879-1950 CE), the Sage of Arunachala, represent a more advanced expression of
    wisdom beyond Shankara?8
    Footnote 8: Wilber maintains as much in Up From Eden. A Transpersonal View of Human Evolution, 1981, Quest Books-
    Wheaton, 16. May 2007 (S. 261), and I'm inclined to agree; I would add Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj to this list, too.
Scott Jeffrey, US American business and marketing consultant, author, Power vs. Truth. Peering Behind the Teachings of
David R. Hawkins
, "Appendix E: Additional Insights", S. 293, Creative Crayon Publishers, 14. January 2013


References: en.Wikiquote entries Krishna and ► Rukmini Tales of Krishna from the Mahabharatha


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