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Difference between a humanbeing and human incarnation of God

God remains always un-imaginable as said by Gita

In the human incarnation of God, three items exist viz.


1-the external human body,

2-the inner soul and

3-the inner most God.


In every human being, the human body and soul exist without God. The distinction between these three items is very important in the beginning (yasmat ksharamatitoham… Gita). These three items exist in the human incarnation as per Veda also (dvaasuparnaa…). Since God is un-imaginable, the human incarnation also appears like a human being having the visible human body and the invisible but imaginable soul. Geeta says that the soul is invisible but imaginable to analytical knowledge (pashyanti jnana chakshushah). Veda also says that the soul is imaginable to the sharp analytical intelligence (drushyatetvagrayaa…). Since God is not touched by even the sharpest analysis, nobody can recognize God in the human incarnation through direct proof.


You can infer the existence of God through your experience of the wonderful true spiritual knowledge emitted by the human incarnation (satyam jnanam.., prajnanam... Veda). Here also you have inferred only the existence of un-imaginable God and you have not experienced any inherent characteristic of God. Therefore God remains always un-imaginable as said by Gita (mamtuvedana…). Apart from this normal confusion created by the human medium including both body and soul, God creates extra confusion by stealing butter etc. so that even if you cross the first level of confusion, you will be certainly trapped by the second level of confusion (mamamaya duratyayaa… Gita).


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