Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 2 - Verse 25

avyakto’yam acintyo’yam avikaryo’yam ucyate
tasmad evam viditvainam nanushocitum arhasi

Translation: 

It is said that it is imperceptible, inconceivable and immutable. Thus, understanding the nature of individual embodied consciousness, it is inappropriate for you to lament.

Translation: 
Commentary: 
The transcendental nature of consciousness has been described in the above verses. It cannot be cut, burned or even touched by water or air. However, the material body is subject to all the above. Consciousness is described as eternal because it can never be destroyed. It is omnipresent because it animates and gives feeling to all parts of the body. It is unchanging because it never becomes anything other than what it is – pure consciousness. It is immovable because it does not change its constitutional position. It is primeval because it is the oldest of all. ...continue reading »

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