Suppose my father hangs some coat in his room. So if the coat is there, I don’t think that, "This is my father." My father may be in another room, I don’t accept the coat as my father or the shirt as my father. Similarly, by illusion we are accepting the coat and shirt or mostly the coat, the covering of the father, as my father. So similarly, if I keep the coats and shirts of my father and brother and friends in the room, and if I think that I am in the society, that is illusion. That is illusion. So real father is the spirit soul.
So here it is said, yogeśvare kṛṣṇe. Kṛṣṇa, the Supreme Absolute God, He is a person, and He has got His abode. Just like we have come from India. It is example. So my abode is in India; I have come here. So if I go back to India, it is not that I have finished. Kṛṣṇa is not visible to my physical eyes; therefore there is no God, there is no Kṛṣṇa—these are rascal conclusions. The sun in the night, the sun is not visible. If I conclude, "Oh, the sun is now finished . . ." no. Kṛṣṇa comes in one day . . . once in a day of Brahmā. Some millions of years after, again He goes back to His abode. That means He has got His abode, He has got, Goloka Vrindāvan, another planet. These are facts.
So here is the question, kṛṣṇe yogeśvare. Brūhi yogeśvare kṛṣṇe brahmaṇye dharma-varmaṇi. Brahmaṇye, the symbol of brahminical culture, brahmaṇye, or the Absolute Truth, Brahma. And dharma-varmaṇi. Kṛṣṇa's body is dharma. That means one who is engaged in Kṛṣṇa's service, he is actually serving dharma, or religion. Dharma-varmaṇi. Or dharma only can help you to reach Kṛṣṇa. Dharma. That dharma can be taught by Kṛṣṇa, not by others. You cannot manufacture dharma. Dharma-varmaṇi: He is the master of dharma. He is the master of all yoga, yoga mystic power. Without mystic power, how you can conceive of God? But not a little mystic power. Little mystic power everyone has got.