How Can the Immobile Cause Mobility?

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How Can the Immobile Cause Mobility?

Postby backtohome » Sun May 09, 2010 12:31 pm

Question: How Can the Immobile Cause Mobility?

How do you explain the one Supreme Self with which the Bhagavad-gita began, a Self which is immutable, immobile, eternally free from all change or involution, unborn, unmanifested, the Brahman, but yet that from which everything is extended? If it is immobile how can it be the cause of mobility?


Answer: The Supreme Self is Not Immobile

Whoever told you that the Supreme Self is immobile has grossly misguided you. In the Bhagavad-gita Krishna is revealed as the Supreme Self. Just see how mobile He is: going all over Vrindavan, going to Mathura, going to Dwarka, going so many places. So Krishna is not immobile. He is the Supreme Mobile. Why are you trying to turn Krishna into a cripple? This is foolishness. And Krishna is not an "it". He is a person. How you would like it if I called you "it", if I were to say "Whoever told it that that Supreme Self is immobile has grossly misguided it"? Would it like to be addressed and referred to as an it? Nobody would like to be called an "it". So kindly stop referring to Krishna as an "it" and give Him the proper respect He deserves as the Supreme Person, the source of all existence. As soon as you do this your path of spiritual enlightenment will begin. You will realize the Highest Truth.

Sankarshan Das Adhikari
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