Nisargadatta Gita - Message of Nisargadatta Maharaj
with commentary by 'Pradeep Apte'
Prior to the appearance of form in the womb, the food stuffs take the form ‘I am’ and that appears in nine months.
As said earlier the ‘I am’ is distributed everywhere in nature, the food stuffs that the food-body consumes also contains the ‘I am’ which move on to the male or female gametes. The process of conception is the perpetuation of the ‘I am’ in the fetus. From birth till the age of three or so the ‘I am’ remains dormant and then spontaneously surfaces. So it the ‘I am’ that appears and disappears which we take as birth and death.
This text is published with permission from Shri Pradeep Apte, the compiler of Nisargadatta Gita.
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