Le but de la vie est de retourner dans le monde spirituel à la fin de cette vie même. Pour celà il suffit simplement de penser à Dieu, Krishna au moment de quitter votre corps.

Krishna est Dieu, la Personne Suprême

      Krishna dit dans la “Bhagavad–gita“ verset 7. 26 ’ Parce que Je suis Dieu, la personne Suprême, ô Arjuna,“ il faut le croire. Personne d´autre dans aucun écrit sérieux, ne prétend être Dieu.

Dans la “Bhagavad–gita“ telle qu´elle est, il est écrit:
Image de Krishna

      Je demeure non né, et Mon Corps spirituel et absolu, ne se détériore jamais, Je suis le Seigneur de tous les êtres. Et pourtant, en Ma Forme originelle, Je descends dans cet univers à intervalles réguliers.
Verset: 4.6

      Chaque fois qu´en quelque endroit de l´univers, la spiritualité voit un déclin, et que s´élève l´irreligion, ô descendant de Bharata, Je descends en personne.
Verset: 4.7

      J´apparais d´âge en âge afin de délivrer Mes dévots, d´anéantir les mécréants, rétablir les principes de la spiritualité.
Verset: 4.8

      Celui, ô Arjuna, qui connaît l´absolu de Mon avènement et de Mes Actes n´aura plus à renaître dans l´univers matériel; quittant son corps, il entre dans Mon royaume éternel.
Verset: 4.9

      Parce que Je suis Dieu, la personne Suprême, ô Arjuna, Je sais tout du passé, du présent et de l´avenir. Je connais aussi tous les êtres; mais Moi, nul ne me connaît.
Verset: 7.26

      Mais ceux qui M´adorent avec dévotion, méditant sur Ma Forme absolue, Je comble leurs manques et préserve ce qu´ils possèdent.
Verset: 9.22

      Je n´envie, Je ne favorise personne, envers tous Je suis impartial. Mais quiconque Me sert avec dévotion vit en Moi; il est un ami pour Moi, comme Je suis son ami.
Verset: 9.29

      Je Me tiens dans le cœur de chaque être, et de Moi viennent le souvenir, le savoir et l´oubli, Le but de tous les Vedas est de Me connaître; en vérité, c´est Moi qui ai composé le Vedànta, et Je suis Celui qui connaît les Vedas.
Verset: 15.15

      A travers le service de dévotion, et seulement ainsi, on peut Me connaître tel que Je suis. Et l'être qui, par une telle dévotion, devient pleinement conscient de Ma Personne, entre alors en Mon Royaume absolu.
Verset: 18.55

      Le Seigneur Suprême Se tient dans le cœur de tous les êtres, ô Arjuna, et dirige leurs errances à tous, qui se trouvent chacun comme sur une machine constituée d´énergie matérielle.
Verset: 18.61

     La couleur de peau de Krishna, Dieu, l'Originale Personne Suprême est celle d'un nuage chargé de pluie; bleu-gris très foncé.

Ci dessous l'explication dans le Srimad Bhagavatam Chant X, chapitre 8 verset 13, (en Anglais).

asan varnas trayo hy asya
grhnato 'nuyugam tanùh
suklo raktas tatha pita
idànim krishnatam gatah

SYNONYMS
àsan—were assumed; varëäù trayaù—three colors; hi—indeed; asya—of your son Kåñëa; gåhëataù—accepting; anuyugam tanüù—transcendental bodies according to the different yugas; çuklaù—sometimes white; raktaù—sometimes red; tathä—as well as; pétaù—sometimes yellow; idäném kåñëatäm gataù—at the present moment He has assumed a blackish color.


TRANSLATION
Your son Krishna appears as an incarnation in every millennium. In the past, He assumed three different colors—white, red and yellow—and now He has appeared in a blackish color. [In another Dväpara-yuga, He appeared (as Lord Rämacandra) in the color of suka, a parrot.] All such incarnations have now assembled in Krishna.]
PURPORT
Partially explaining the position of Lord Krishna and partially covering the facts, Gargamuni indicated, "Your son is a great personality, and He can change the color of His body in different ages." The word gåhëataù indicates that Krishna is free to make His choice. In other words, He is the Supreme Personality of Godhead and may therefore do whatever He desires. In Vedic literature the different colors assumed by the Personality of Godhead in different millenniums are stated, and therefore when Gargamuni said, "Your son has assumed these colors," he indirectly said, "He is the Supreme Personality of Godhead." Because of Kamsa's atrocities, Gargamuni tried to avoid disclosing this fact, but he indirectly informed Nanda Mahäräja that Krishna, his son, was the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
It may be noted that Srila Jiva Gosvami, in his book Krama-sandarbha, has enunciated the purport of this verse. In every millennium, Krishna appears in a different form, either as white, red or yellow, but this time He personally appeared in His original, blackish form and, as predicted by Gargamuni, exhibited the power of Narayana. Because in this form the Supreme Personality of Godhead exhibits Himself fully, His name is Sri Krishna, the all-attractive.
Factually, Krishna is the source of all avataras, and therefore all the different features of the different avataras are present in Krishna. When Krishna incarnates, all the features of other incarnations are already present within Him. Other incarnations are partial representations of Krishna, who is the full-fledged incarnation of the Supreme Being. It is to be understood that the Supreme Being, whether appearing as sukla, rakta or pita (white, red or yellow), is the same person. When He appears in different incarnations, He appears in different colors, just like the sunshine, which contains seven colors. Sometimes the colors of sunshine are represented separately; otherwise the sunshine is observed mainly as bright light. The different avatäras, such as the manvantara-avatäras, lilä-avatäras and dasa-avatäras, are all included in the krishna-avatara. When Krishna appears, all the avataras appear with Him. As described in Srimad-Bhägavatam (1.3.26):
avatara hy asankhyeya
hareh sattva-nidher dvijäh
yathavidasinah kulyah
sarasah syuh sahasrasah

The avataras incessantly appear, like incessantly flowing water. No one can count how many waves there are in flowing water, and similarly there is no limitation of the avataras. And Krishna is the full representation of all avataras because He is the source of all avataras. Krishna is amsi, whereas others are amsa, part of Krishna. All living entities, including us, are amsas (mamaivamso jiva-loke jiva-bhütah sanätanah [Bg. 15.7]). These amsas are of different magnitude. Human beings (who are minute amsas) and the demigods, vishnu-tattva and all other living beings are all part of the Supreme. Nityo nityanam cetanas cetanänäm (Katha Upaniñad 2.2.13). Krishna is the full representation of all living entities, and when Krishna is present, all avataras are included in Him.
The Eleventh Canto of Srimad-Bhagavatam describes the incarnations for each yuga in chronological order. The Bhägavatam says, krte suklas catur-bähuh, tretäyäm rakta-varno'sau, dväpare bhagavän syämah and krishna-varnam tvisaksrnam [SB 11.5.32]. We actually see that in Kali-yuga, Bhagavan has appeared in pita-varna, or a yellow color, as Gaurasundara, although the Bhägavatam speaks of Krishna-varnam. To adjust all these statements, one should understand that although in some yugas some of the colors are prominent, in every yuga, whenever Krishna appears, all the colors are present. Krishna-varnam tviñsakrsnam: although Caitanya Mahäprabhu appears without Krishna, or a blackish color, He is understood to be Krishna Himself. Idanim krishnatam gatah. The same original Krishna who appears in different varnas has now appeared. The word asan indicates that He is always present. Whenever the Supreme Personality of Godhead appears in His full feature, He is understood to be Krishna-varnam, although He appears in different colors. Prahläda Mahäräja states that Caitanya Mahäprabhu is channa; that is, although He is Krishna, He is covered by a yellow color. Thus the Gaudiya Vaisnavas accept the conclusion that although Caitanya Mahäprabhu appeared in pita color, He is Krishna.

krsnaa-varnan tvisàkrsnam
sàngopàngàstra-pàrsadam
yajnaih sankirtana-pràyair
yajanti hi su-medhasah
[SB 11.5.32]


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