Krishna – An enchanting Flute Player and the Most Colorful Incarnation

To talk about Krishna for a common man is impossible. No one can narrate or describe his playful life if he has not attained to Nirvana, the spiritual height.   Therefore, I would like to dictate the words of Sadhguru. Even Sadhguru said that to describe KRISHNA is not possible but we can have glimpse of who he is.

Talking spontaneously, Sadhguru says, “the essence of who he is… he is an irrepressible child, a terrific prankster, a graceful dancer, an irresistible lover, a truly variant worrier, a man who left a broken heart in every home, an enchanting flute player, an astute, a statesman, a king maker, a thorough gentleman, a yogi of the highest order and the most colorful incarnation”.

To feel his playfulness, one needs to have a heart full of love and a vibrant body. Krishna means ‘attractive’ or ‘mesmerizing’. So, the word itself describes who Krishna is!

However, people have different understanding about Him. He is such a person that happened on the earth that no one can ever think of. He is in every cell of the world and in a time not in the world. He lives life fully with utmost joy, celebration, dance, devotion, harmony, happiness, pleasure, love and balance.

That is what made him a very unique, utterly blissful and graceful personality. There are people who deny his existence and regard him as a mythological character. They are okay with the way and the perception of them. But, here I would like to talk about Krishna not because of others but for me. I love Krishna because he indirectly teaches us to love all in all the conditions and situations of life with smiling face.

In Osho’s words, “The whole of Krishna is co-extensive, co-expansive with the immense, the infinite; he is one with the whole. Krishna is the sole being about whom it can be said that he made every path, every facet of life sacred and holy. He made it possible for every kind of seeker to attain to the supreme from any direction that comes naturally to him. In this sense he is multi-dimensional, not only for himself but for others too. With a flute on his lips one can dance his way to God; playing a flute he can touch that depth where Samadhi or ecstasy happens…”

If one wants to learn life lessons listen to him while he directly speaks with Arajuna in the battlefield of Mahabharata. You will have a better living attitude and a stream of love and joy will flow from the corner of your heart. Even you would be amazed that the stream was hidden in YOU.

This is the beauty of Krishna. Just reading the Bhagwad Gita, one can have a sincere and devoted understanding for himself/herself and for the mankind. Krishna is a man of highest wisdom, intelligence and sharp politics.

Just to have joyful of life and love all around, Krishna is there to help you come out of the pains of life and leave you utterly joyous, playful and celebrating. You would start respecting yourself. There won’t any regression about the living.

So, invite unthinkable joy, happiness and celebration with Krishna.