God appears in two forms - Human form and power

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God appears in two forms-Human form and power

Gita says that a devotee sees God everywhere and also sees everything in God, which means that everything is under the control of God only (Yomampashyatisarvatra….). Gita says that the power of God is pervading the entire world and can induce any human form in any situation to establish the truth and justice (Sarvatah panipadam tat). The entire social picture becomes Ramayanam or Bhagavatam or Bharatam according to the scenes and situations of the cinema for a devotee. God is available anywhere for any devotee. The power of God that is spread everywhere in the world, which can express itself through any existing living being to protect the justice is the cosmic vision (Viswarupa) of God. The cosmic vision is simply the world containing all the living and non-living beings controlled by the God behind.

It indicates that the power of God can come out through any living or non-living being. If necessary, even a non-living object moves in the direction of the will of God to establish the justice. A thief may be trying to kill a good person. Suddenly a huge stone may slip from the hill and may fall on the thief to kill him on the spot. Here there may not be any living being near that situation to interfere by the will of God. The living and non living items of the world are completely under the control of God only. Therefore, God appears in two forms. One form is a limited human form for preaching the knowledge.

To establish the justice, the power of God is required, which can act through any living or non-living being. Suppression of injustice in a situation requires urgent solution for which a limited human form of God cannot appear, since it has to take birth and grow. So much time is not available. God can also create a human form and appear in the situation, if it is required so. But, if a human being is available near the situation, it is unnecessary to create a new human form. The limited human form of God is Krishna (Manusheemtanumaashritam) and the other unlimited form of God is the power of God controlling every inch of the Universe indicated by the cosmic vision.


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OK,it is ;god exists in human form and HE is also power.all exists in god and god is in all.all power is god and god is in all powers.Because He is omnipotent,omnipresent,omniscient etc.(sarvashaktimaan, sarvaantaryaami, sarvagya etc.)

NIDHI PARKASH | Thu, 08/06/2009 - 18:11
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Human being and Lord in human form

Human being and Lord in human form

There is a difference between God in human form and a human being posing as God. To differentiate between both, analysis is essential like in the separation of the original diamond from an artificial diamond. Once you select the original diamond, there is no need of further analysis and you can kiss and love the diamond. Krishna was God in human form and Paundraka Vasudeva was a human being posing as God. Krishna told the Bhagavad Gita and the latter could not preach any knowledge. Except for this difference, the external dress and performing miracles were common in both. The priests of Jerusalem believed in the dead messengers of the past and did not believe the living messenger (Jesus). Jesus said, “Let the dead bury dead”. This means the priests were dead because they always lived in the past and never in the present. Those who live in past are dead and those who live in the present are alive. This means that the dead priests will attend to the dead messengers and the living disciples will attend to the present living messenger.

When Jesus told His disciples that He would come again, it means that the human incarnation will come again for every future generation. Therefore, Christianity believes in the human incarnation that comes every time as in Hinduism. There is no difference between the two philosophies. The human incarnations of all the religions always tell the same point. The followers do not take the right interpretation and mock at the other religion. Christians criticize Krishna and Mohammed for killing the evil people. They say that Jesus changed all the evil people only through love. Then why did people crucify Him? Why did they not change by His love? Why does Christianity suggest permanent hell for sinners after the enquiry? If love can change everybody, there should not be a hell at all! Jesus said that it is better to punish yourself instead of falling into hell permanently. Therefore, he was indicating the punishment and hell. He was never against the punishment of evil people.

The L.K.G. (lower kindergarten) students cannot be controlled by words like college students. They need a strong cane for discipline. The followers always misinterpret their original preachers. Krishna tried His best to change the Kauravas but after all His efforts failed, only as a last resort, He punished them. Similarly, Mohammed fought as a last resort only. In fact Mohammed was the incarnation ‘Kalki’ who killed evil people with a sword, riding on the horse. Krishna is Buddha while preaching the Gita. He was Jesus when He showed kindness on Sudama and Draupadi. He was Mohammad in killing the demons. For protecting the good people (Pandavas) and for punishing Kauravas, Krishna was cursed by Gandhari because of that; He died by the arrow shot on His foot. This was His crucifixion for the sake of good people like Pandavas. Both Jesus and Krishna died shedding their blood. He took the punishment on Him to protect the real devotees like Pandavas. Krishna and Jesus were born in similar situations. Devilish people killed the children born on their birth dates. Krishna left Brindavanam when He was 16 years old which is also similar to Jesus. Krishna met the Gopikas again on the seashore when He was 30 years old. Similarly Jesus returned to home at the same age. Jesus quoted several scriptures of Hinduism, which were filtered out from the Bible.

At Thy Lotus Feet His Holiness Sri Dattaswami

Anil Antony
Universal Spirituality for World Peace

dattaswami2 | Sun, 08/23/2009 - 16:51