Dear Sri Udai Shankar,
First, I must acknowledge that I love your as well as Sri Silentgreen's critical bent of mind. It helps strengthen
the spirit of enquiry.I also love Sri Subramanian ji's spontaneity.
You have said that when all is Brahman, body and the world is also Brahman. But Brahman is ever present,
unchanging, and unmoving. But we see that the body and the world sometimes appear and sometime do not.
Unlike Brahman they are transitory, ever changing,ever moving. Isn't it ?
An analogy is often drawn between Brahman and the Ocean. Ocean is a vast body of water, ever present,
ever still,unchanging,and unmoving... etc. But waves in it, although made of the same substance water,
rise from the Ocean,are ever changing, ever moving, while they have their stay in the Ocean, but finally
resolving into it. Waves are of and in the Ocean .They are not apart from the Ocean. They verily are ocean.
Likewise, we are aware, by the Grace of Sri Bhagwan, that the mind which is the indefinable and wonderous
power of the Brahman, rise from Brahman, is never still for a moment,ever moving, ever changing much like
the waves in the Ocean. We know that the body and the mind are merely mental projection and rise
simultaneously with the rise of the mind. When the mind arise , all else arise. Mind, body and the world are
made of the same substance as the Brahman. They all are verily the Brahman. However, they are never still for a
moment,sometimes present, sometimes not,ever moving, ever changing. They all rise from the Brahman, have
their stay in It and finally resolve into It. All are Brahman, as Sri Subramanian Ji so beautifully explained.