Who is God?
  What comes to our mind when we think about God? Some people think about God as a presence spiritual omnipresence. Another believe that God is placed in the hearts of all the alive beings. There is still who imagines that God is a transcendental person, the creator and father of all. Who is right? According to the sacred deeds of India, all of them, partly are right.

  In agreement with Bhagavad-gita, the main deed of the devotees of Krishna, the understanding of God includes three important knowledge levels. God can be understood as Brahman, an amorphous spiritual energy and onipenetrante; as Paramatma, located Supersoul in all alive beings' hearts; and, finally, like Bhagavan, the Supreme person. In Gita, Bhagavan is defined as that possesses in fullness the following six opulences: beauty, force, knowledge, fame, wealth and renouncement.

  That three levels of perception of God can be understood in terms of as we noticed a train approaching the rail station after the evening. The first sign of the train would serialize its light, that would give us little of information on the form of the train. This light can be compared to Brahman, that is, the impersonal aspect of God. Soon afterwards when entering in the station we can understand the form of the train better, and also to have a glimpse of the machinist inside of the cabin. This more detailed understanding of the train can be compared to the understanding on Paramatma. When we embarked in the train meet with the machinist, we can speak to him and we will learn any thing that we want to know about the train and their several functions. This knowledge can be compared to the understanding on Bhagavan, the last phase of understanding on God, in the which a direct and personal relationship is had with God in his personal and original form, known as Krishna, the "all-attractive."

  The knowledge the about of Brahman, being impersonal, it is the concept that God is a white light, or an energy, or a force and penetrating conscience that prevails the Universe. The impersonal understanding regarding God is similar to the Buddhist nirvana and to the philosophies mayavada of India. Many religious traditions of the West also accept this sorts things out of seeing God as the last form of the absolute.

  In India, the yogis still meditate in the form of God as Paramatma. This is a method to notice, through yogic discipline, the Supreme being's form located inside of the person's heart. Because in this understanding phase on God can see at least an aspect in the way of the Lord, Vedas classify it her as superior to the understanding of impersonalists of Brahman.

  The understanding on Bhagavan refers the intimate communion with God in hisr more personal form. In the last stage of this understanding, the person in fact conversation with God and he enjoys with him a lot of varieties of intimate loving changes. In agreement with Vedas, Krishna is the original form of God, from where limitless incarnations (including Rama, Buddha and Jesus) they emanated and of which another will appear several times in the course of the universal time.

  Although God has countless names in different languages, the name Krishna refers at the maximum level of perception of God. Krishna, in the sanscrit language, designates the entity that "attracts all and everything". "Krishna" always refers to God in his more intimate, original and complete form.

  Most of the scriptures don't present a very clear image of the Supreme Being.

  In the absence of such information, a lot of people imagine God as an old one, just as it was portrayed in the famous paintings of Michelangelo in the Sixtin Chapel of Vatican.

  The detailed knowledge of the personal aspects of God, however, are Vedas, that supply thousands of descriptions of Krishna. A Vedic literature says: "I adore Govinda (Krishna), the primordial Lord, that is expert in playing his flute, with the eyes that blossom as lotus petals, with His head adorned with a peacock feather, His beautiful form shining with the shade of bluish clouds and His beauty that enchants millions of Cupids."

  In his original form, Krishna lives eternally in his own spiritual universe, known as Goloka. There Krishna shows perpetualy as a beautiful youth surrounded of most wanted associates. In that place while he plays and enjoys activities of pure love with his more advanced devotees, the Supreme Personality of God allows His beauty to surpass His majesty. In His spiritual home, He exhibits his infinite opulences, talent, beauty and love. It is there that Krishna is always granting to his more confidential friends a complete dynamics transcendental happiness that it is going well beyond our material experience and imagination.

  Vedas teach us that, in the present age the most accessible and effective way of approaching ourselves to God is chanting of The holy names in the form of the following mantra: Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare.