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Sarvatah Paani Paadam Tat Sarvatoakhi Shiromukham
Sarvatah Shrutimllokey Sarvamaavritya Tisthati (13-13)

The Bhagavad Gita Chapter13 Verse14

General Meaning:

That Supreme (The Self) has hands and feet everywhere, has eyes, heads and mouth everywhere, has ears everywhere. He exists enclosing everything and all.

Explanation:

God is known as the Inner Self of all beings to the spiritual seekers. God sees everything, everywhere, through the eyes of every being, movable and Immovable. Every form, every name is His form and His name. The five great elements which constitute the creation are His energy. These are – the Earth, the Water, the Fire, the Air, the Space and the Soul or the Spirit. These, in turn, are the visible and invisible aspects of the whole creation.

With Love & Humbleness,
Paramahansa Atmanandaji

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