The Hare Krishna movement, as a distinct Hindu sect, and especially ISKCON, generally view all sex and sexuality (except procreational sex within the context of marriage) as being “illicit” with another partner.
The focus of one’s life is supposed to be geared towards spirituality and not sexuality.
What is the belief of Hare Krishna?
Hare Krishnas believe they are cooking for the pleasure of God. They never sample the food they are cooking, since it must be offered to Krishna first. Moreover, Hindus believe that food absorbs the consciousness of the cook.
What happens when you chant Hare Krishna?
Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Kṛiṣhṇa, Hare Hare is the transcendental process for reviving this original pure consciousness. By chanting this transcendental vibration, we can cleanse away all misgivings within our hearts. When we hear the transcendental vibration, this consciousness is revived.
Do Hare Krishna eat meat?
Followers prepare food, offer it to Krishna and eat after the food is blessed with prayerful devotion. Krishna Consciousness members eat vegetarian meals that feature fresh and natural vegetables, fruit, grains and dairy products. They don’t eat fish, eggs or meat.
Is Hare Krishna Buddhism?
Their main leader, who started Buddhism, is Buddha himself who was also an agnostic. They have books called Tripitika. On the contrary Hare Krishna believe that Krishna is the supreme deity, Gita and Bhagwad Purana are supreme scriptures, and their main leader who started the hare Krishna movement is Srila Prabhupada.