We believe on life Journey from Celebration to Salvation – KRISHNA TO BUDDHA

Buddha and Krishna two of the greatest spiritual masters and propagators of dharma. If you look at the essence of their teaching it’s not very different. However the fact that sets them apart is the way that they led their lives and how it impacted the lives of people.

Krishna and Buddha both talked about peace and love and kindness and dharma.

Krishna led a full life. His childhood was something that gave joy to many. He indulged in war, treaties and politics a byproduct of the two, but all along delivering one message or another. He had his favorites and he had his weaknesses. He had an elaborate family system with a loving brother, a doting mother and also a son who led to the end of great dynasty of yadavas. He believed in reincarnations and he was an active practitioner of yoga and kallaripayattu.

Buddha on the other hand was free from karmic contracts. The purpose of his soul was knowledge and no matter how much his father tried he couldn’t stop him from that because just like Krishna his arrival on earth was part of a divine plan. He focused more on ahimsa and it’s propagation to the masses. Buddha worked more on Dhyan (meditation) rather than indulging in the materialistic life.

Buddha and Krishna taught about the importance of detachment and selflessness, they approached the concept in different ways. Buddha’s teachings emphasize the cessation of suffering through personal enlightenment, while Krishna’s teachings focus on the performance of one’s duties in a selfless and detached manner as a way to attain spiritual liberation.

The journey of life can be seen as a path from celebration to salvation, with various experiences and challenges along the way. In the early stages of life, celebration is often a central focus. Birthdays, holidays, graduations, and other milestones are marked with joy and excitement, as we look forward to the future and all that it holds. As we move through life, however, we may encounter difficulties and challenges that require us to seek a deeper sense of meaning and purpose. This can lead us on a journey towards salvation, which may involve finding spiritual fulfillment, overcoming negative patterns or habits, or seeking greater understanding of ourselves and the world around us. The path from celebration to salvation is not always straightforward, and it may involve setbacks and obstacles along the way. However, it is through facing these challenges that we can develop resilience, strength, and wisdom, and ultimately find a deeper sense of purpose and fulfillment in life. Along this journey, it is important to remember the importance of both celebration and salvation. Celebrating the joys and accomplishments of life can help us stay positive and motivated, while seeking salvation can help us find deeper meaning and purpose in our lives. Ultimately, the journey of life is a personal and individual one, and each of us must find our own path towards fulfillment and salvation. By embracing both celebration and salvation along the way, we can create a life that is rich in meaning, purpose, and joy.