यस्तु सर्वाणि भूतान्यात्मन्येवानुपश्यति ।
सर्वभूतेषु चात्मानं ततो न विजुगुप्सते ॥ ६ ॥
yastu sarvāṇi bhūtānyātmanyevānupaśyati |
sarvabhūteṣu cātmānaṃ tato na vijugupsate || 6 ||
The wise man beholds all beings in the Self and the Self in all beings; for that reason he does not hate anyone.
Bhagavad Gita 6.29-6.31
- The sage harmonised in yoga sees the Self in all beings, and all beings in the Self; he sees the same everywhere. (6.29)
- He who sees Me in all beings and all beings in me never becomes lost to me, nor do I become lost to him. (6.30)
- The Yogi who worships Me abiding in all beings and who is established in unity abides in me in whatever manner he is acting. (6.31)
A devotee asked Swami Saradananda, ‘Swami, why do you love us so much?
Swami Saradananda did not say anything. After a few days when that devotee came to Udbodhan, the Swami said, ‘ A few days ago I went to Belur Math and prostrated before Sri Ramakrishna. The Master appeared before me and said, “You love all because you find me in all.” That is the answer I would give today.’” (Source: God lived with Them, p.355)