Nisargadatta Gita - Message of Nisargadatta Maharaj
with commentary by 'Pradeep Apte'
When Krishna says ‘I remember all my past births’, he means the ‘I am’, the fundamental feeling behind all births. There is no ‘I am such and such’.
Krishna is the Absolute or the ‘Parabrahman’, your true identity. In the Bhagwad Gita, Krishna makes a statement where he says that he remembers all his past births. This is implied to mean that he remembers the ‘I am’, the birth-principle, in every birth and not that he was ‘so and so’. The ‘I am’ appeared and disappeared on him as the fundamental principle of all births, the ‘I am’ remained the same although the personalities kept changing depending on the elements, qualities and the circumstances.
This text is published with permission from Shri Pradeep Apte, the compiler of Nisargadatta Gita.
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