Jai Jai Shri Gokulesh,
Plz have a look on this topic and i hope u'll get the answer. It the concept of Jiva and Jagat i.e. soul and universe.
Things that aren't having in them the respiratory system those who cannot breathe, they are called Jada = insentient, inanimate objects. The earth, the water, the light, the air and the space are Jada = insentient. Animals, birds and human beings that are having in them the respiratory system are called Jivas = sentient-animate beings.
Brahma is all:
When we look at these insentient objects and sentient beings, nowhere do we find the Supreme Being Paramatma in them, nor do we discern that they are related to the Supreme Being, as no such relation is apparently visible. Everything in this world seems to be independent of one another. But the reality is different. There is nothing in this world that is not united with the Supreme-Being Bhagavan Shri Krishna. How can, then, the insentient things and the sentient beings have their independent entity separate from Bhagavan? Can we separate the clay from the pot or the gold from the ornaments? Let us try to understand this thing still in a better way.
In Upanishads Brahma is described having three attributes: Sat, Cit and Ananda.
1. Sat: The state of being or existance of any object.
2. Chit: Conciousness and
3. Anand: Endlessness, All Pervasiveness or Supernatural Divine attributes
When Brahama manifests with the attribute of "Sat' only, concealing the attributes Cit and Ananda, that manifestation of Brahma is known as Jada/Jagat, the insentient world. And when Brahma manifests with the attributes Sat and Cit concealing Anand, that form of Brahma is called Jiva, the being. Thus, it becomes clear that there is no essential distinction between Brahama and Jada-Jiva. The distinction that we see is due to our inability to see the true nature of Brhma or of this universe.
Like the sparks that emanate from the fire, all the sentient-beings and the insentient-objects, have emerged from Bhagavan Shri Krishna long ago. A drop of water, even when we take it out of the sea, has in it the saltiness and the liquidity of the sea. But in comparison with the sea, these qualities are quite meager. The sea is extremely vast, while the drop is utterly small. Like this, beings like us are extremely small in comparison with Bhagavan. But as we have sprung from Bhagavan, we are the offsprings of Bhagavan. Hence, Bhagavan Shri Krishna specifically states in the Gita:
Mamaivamso jivaloke jivabhutah.
Meaning: Those that have come in this world becoming the individual-souls are all my own particles.
How much affinity brims over in these words of Bhagavan Shri Krishna! It sounds as if a father feelingly says about his children: “These are my children!”. Is it not our prime duty to worship Bhagavan Shri Krishna, the Father of the universe, so affectionate and kind to his children? But, how regrettable it is that most of the people do not understand this thing!
Edited by - unnati on 19 June 2009 18:44:49
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