of Bhagavad Gita
Chapter II Shloka 13
Meaning of Bhagavad
Gita chapter II shloka 13:
The manifestation of soul atman in a new body is not through the
process of reincarnation... rebirth as stipulated in most dictionaries
and encyclopedias... It is in similar fashion as the life journey
of the human body. The person remaining the same... in the childhood
the body structure was different... when the child grew up, when
young... the bodily structure changed... and in old age... it was
altogether different body structure!
At every stage
of life... the body structure resulted from the karma of the previous
moment. Similar are the happenings of the world of souls' atmans.
The soul atman based on the residual balance of karma of previous
manifestations... after the death of the body... keeps changing
forms. The entire span of 96.4 million years in the life of a soul
atman is one single journey of life... totally uninterrupted!
truth of life... the intelligent one... the man of wisdom... a seeker
of spirituality never attaches self to the body... realizing well
that the body is ephemeral... permanence exists only with the soul
atman. Similar as a student of class one on promoting to class two
gets a new blazer... the soul atman also changes new form.
Kumar "Atma Jnani"
Kumar... The Man who Realized God in 1993 on Meaning of Bhagavad
Gita Chapter II Shloka 13. For more details on As to the embodied
childhood, Youth and old age arise in turn, So he gets another body,
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