In chapter 6, verse 16 of Bhagwad Gita, Shri Krishna says that by engaging
mind in ascending-order, one develops space consciousness (Prashantatma), i.e.,
space soul. In Chapter 9, verse 5, he elaborates that Mother Nature’s maternal
consciousness (Mamatma) has both dwelled and dwelling in the space because
it is dwellable as the Preserving God (Yogameshvara), preserving the space for
one’s development from the absolute consciousness (Paramatma). In Chapter
13, Verse 32, he adds that while the absolute consciousness (Paramatma) has no
beginning because it is present within the space, it does have an end (Anadi).
The absolute consciousness that is present within the space ends when
transcends the initial state of ego consciousness (Ahamatma). Early on, in
chapter 4, verse 40, he explains the solution: to transcend the initial state, one
must transcend the hesitation consciousness (Samshayatma) of transcending the
erect consciousness (Tathatma) descending from the past through conscious
determination of the path of action attuned to the imperatives of the time.

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Categories: Questions / Published On: June 29th, 2022 /