22 October 1978, Patna, INDIA

Yesterday I said why HE is Eka; why is Deva nam Deva; why HE is all-pervasive and why HE is, How HE is, both within and without the universe.

And HE is Sarvavyápii, HE is Sarvavyápii, it is a fact, but how and why, HE is Sarvavyápii?

And what’s the meaning of “Sarva”?

I told you in the past that the word “Sarva” means “Every thing”.


So then is there the question is, Is there any antarátmá or jiivátmá in all those inanimate beings?

Certainly there is, the Antarátmá is, but due to their undeveloped stage of mind, undeveloped condition of mind, the Jiivátmá, that is Antarátmá, is not in dominating role, is not in prominent role.

But the Jiivátmá is there.

Because of mind being in dormant form, the expression of jiivátmá is not clear, is not in dominant form, in a dominating form.

So he is the Antarátmá of Sarvabhúta, all created beings from Ábrahmastamba.

What is “Brahmá” here?

Brahmá” means “the creative faculty”.

The Supreme Entity creates, HE nourishes and preserves, HE destroys.

When HE creates HE is called Brahmá.

HE is the same Entity; Brahmá, Viśńu and Maheshvara are not three separate entities.

The same entity, when creating known as Brahmá, when preserving known as Viśńu, and when destroying known as Maheshvara.

I told you that day, the same man, Rámajiivana, is known as Ráma, his father addresses as Rámu and his children say “Bábujii”, and his students say “Master Sab”.

And when he is moving along the street wearing a t́opii, the táuṋgávála will say, “Hey t́opii! Hey t́opii! Hey t́opii!” He becomes a t́opii. But the man is that single man Ráma.

Similarly, here, these three faculties of Brahmá, Viśńu, Maheshvara, are of the same Entity.

So when HE creates – I told you that the acoustic root of creation is “a” – when Brahma creates, HE is “Brahma” + “a”.

What will be the result of sandhi?

“Brahmá”. And that stage is known as Brahmá.

Ábrahmastamba.” From the creative faculty, Brahma to “stamba” – stamba means “blade of grass” – “ghas kii pathi”, yustamba kya te hai”.

From the creative faculty to the blade of grass all are HIS creations. So HIS reflections are there everywhere.

Nobody is negligible, nobody is insignificant.

Everybody, everything is significant – they carry some meaning.

And why do they carry some meaning?

Because the reflections of the Parama Puruśa.


And HE is Karmádhyakśa.

In Ánanda Sútram it is, “Puruśah akartá”. “Akartá” means “HE is not associated with “kr”dhátu.

Although, HE is not directly associated with creation.

But HE is the Supreme Supervisory Faculty.

HE is the Supreme Supervisor.

In a college the Principal, the Principal of the College, may or may not teach, may or may not hold any class, but his supervises the work of the entire teaching staff.

That’s why, he is “ Adhyakśa” – “adhi” yukta “akśa”.

That is, HE sees.

That is nobody remains coverted, nothing remains secret, in the actional sphere or in sphere of psychic vibration.

HE knows everything. And that’s why, HE is known as Karmádhyakśa.

Now, those who are wise, and at the same time those who are clever, and at the same time those who are cunning, must be in close contact and in sincere love with that Karmádhyakśa, because everything depends on HIS Grace.

Human beings are very weak; without HIS Grace nothing can be done.