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"Complete whole"|"complete spirit whole"|"complete Absolute Whole"|"He's complete, He's the whole"
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Pages in category "Complete Whole"
The following 21 pages are in this category, out of 21 total.
- A living being is constitutionally a spiritual spark of the complete whole, and his happiness can be perfectly perceived in spiritual activities
- A sannyasi in the renounced order is certainly part and parcel of the complete whole, just as a shining molecular particle of sunshine is part and parcel of the sun itself. Krsna is like the sun, full of six opulences
- All forms of incompleteness are experienced due to incomplete knowledge of the Complete Whole
- Each and every living entity that be is Krsna's part and parcel, and as such, each and every living entity is His eternal, transcendental servitor. The natural position of one who is part and parcel is to render service to the complete whole
- Each and every one of the countless universes is full of innumerable planets with different constitutions and atmospheres. All these come from the unlimited nondual Brahman, or Complete Whole, which exists in absolute knowledge
- Every part and parcel of the Complete Whole is endowed with some particular energy to act according to the Lord's will
- Everything being a part and parcel of the Complete Whole, the neophyte student will gradually realize the hymns of Isopanisad
- The complete whole is comprised of the supreme controller, the controlled living entities, the cosmic manifestation, eternal time and karma, or activities
- The complete whole is not formless. If He is formless, or if He is less than any other thing, then He cannot be the complete whole. The complete whole must have everything within our experience and beyond our experience, otherwise it cannot be complete
- The completeness of human life can be realized only when one engages in the service of the Complete Whole
- The limbs of the body do not act for self-satisfaction but for the satisfaction of the complete whole. Similarly, the living entity who acts for satisfaction of the supreme whole and not for personal satisfaction is the perfect sannyasi, the perfect yogi
- The reason the Lord uses these words param avyayam is that although He permeates everything by means of His transcendental energies, He remains eternally unchanged and the complete whole