prāṇopahārāc ca yathendriyāṇāṁ
tathaiva sarvārhaṇam acyutejyā”
(Srimad Bhagavatam 4.31.14) “By giving water to the root of a tree one satisfies its branches, twigs and leaves, and by supplying food to the stomach one satisfies all the senses of the body. Similarly, by engaging in the transcendental service of the Supreme Almighty God SHRI KRISHNA (NARAYANA) one automatically satisfies all the Devi, Devata and all other living entities.” When a child is born, he or she has a form since that child’s parents also have a form, similarly we all have ultimately a divine form because the Supreme Almighty God has a Supreme Divine Form. Neither ourselves nor God are formless. Formless conception of God is taught to those who follow the lower religious principles & who cannot understand the transcendental subject
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