Παρασκευή 23 Μαρτίου 2012


God Permeates every Atom of the Universe
People search for God and ask, “Where is God? Where is God”? God is everywhere. Sarvatah Panipadam Tat Sarvathokshi Siromukham, Sarvatah Sruthimalloke Sarvamavruthya Tishthati (with hands, feet, eyes, head, mouth and ears pervading everything, He permeates the entire universe). God has no beginning and no end; He has no birth and no death. Human body is temporary and ephemeral like a water bubble. But it is the abode of God who is eternal. God is not outside, He is within you. The same Atma is immanent in all beings including birds, beasts and insects.
God has no particular form. Brahma, Vishnu, Maheswara are not different from each other. God manifests in the form His devotees contemplate upon. If a woman considers her husband as God, she can realise God in him. With whatever feelings you think of God, God will appear before you in the same way. Daivam Manusha Rupena (God is in the form of a human being). All are the embodiments of God. So, the answer to the question, “Where is God”? is “God is everywhere”. The Atma that is present in you in the form of consciousness is present in all. You cannot say, consciousness is here and not there; it is everywhere. God is omnipresent. There is no need to search for God who is present everywhere, in all, at all places. Therefore, it is very easy to know God. Try to understand that everything in the universe is permeated by God. The objective of all your education is to experience God who is present everywhere and in every being. To attain this ideal should be the goal of your life. Close your eyes and contemplate on the form of God that you like. On whatever form of God you contemplate upon, God will manifest before you in that very form. Never think that God is somewhere at a distant place or He is present only at one particular place and not at another. He is present everywhere and permeates every atom of the universe.
See God in All...


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