Bhagavadgita Chapter 10 Vibhuti Vistara Yoga Verse 33

Chapter 10 Vibhuti Vistara Yoga Verse 33

Yachchaapi sarvabhootaanaam beejam tadahamarjuna;

Na tadasti vinaa yatsyaanmayaa bhootam charaacharam.


And whatever is the seed of all beings, that also am I, O Arjuna!

There is no being, whether moving or unmoving, that can exist without Me.


In this shloka Lord Krishna finally ends His comparison that went on for almost 20 shlokas to various beings and elements of nature apart from comparing to the characteristics of different entities. Finally He concludes by saying that the seed that one sees in all beings, He is also comparing Himself to that. As a concluding statement to this shloka Lord says that there is nothing in this Universe whether moving or unmoving, that exists without the existence of the Lord in it.

Extending Interpretation to Mankind’s Life!

Many of us have the inclination or an urge to talk, comment and judge about God and His being, with a limited knowledge on what He actually is. Some people who are experts in their fields, unknowingly tend to extend their expertise on the issues relating to God without knowing His enormous presence on ever aspect. For example if you are a good economist, it doesn’t make you a good analyst on God. Understanding God requires understanding of all disciplines and how they work. The logic here is simple. God is the seed of all beings and all entities and you can’t understand Him till you understand how those entities and beings operate.

To know about God, you have to know mathematics, you have to know medicine, you have to know monsoons and you have to know music. You have to be philosophical, you should know the psychology of beings, you should know physics and you should be a poet at heart. God says that there is no being or an entity in this world that exist without Him. So the subtle point here is know about those beings and entities then you get to know God. Getting to know God is an endless quest that goes into to multiple births. So, dont jump and give your conclusions.