The Infinite God Of All…

11.13 And Arjuna saw in that radiance the whole universe in its variety…

11.38 Thou God from the beginning… Treasure supreme of this vast universe. Thou the One to be known and the Knower, the final resting place. Thou infinite Presence in whom all things are.

11.40 … God of all. All-powerful God of immeasurable might. Thou art the consummation of all: thou art all. The Bhagavad Gita (Chapter 11)


Arjuna at this point has a grand mystical vision of God and the entire universe. He experiences God in his vastness and infinity. He’s divinely awestruck and falls to his knees worshipping the God of All.


This chapter includes a mind-boggling description of the one God of all. The spirit inside us rejoices and can be more easily recognized when in meditation or while reading we contemplate God’s greatness and ever-presence. The world is our cocoon, we have nothing to fear, life is an adventure that never ends, and all is well!

Daily Affirmation: Today I AM humbled.

Recommendation: The Bhagavad Gita (Penguin Classics) by Juan Mascaro

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