punarapi svasa yabe pravese antare
svasa-saha brahmanda paise purusa-sarire
punarapi—thereafter; svasa—breath; yabe—when; pravese—enters; antare—within; svasa-saha—with that inhaled breath; brahmanda—universes; paise—enter; purusa-sarire—within the body of the Lord.
Thereafter, when He inhales, all the universes again enter His body.
In His form as Karanodakasayi Visnu the Lord impregnates material nature by His glance. The transcendental molecules of that glance are particles of spirit, or spiritual atoms, which appear in different species of life according to the seeds of their individual karma from the previous cosmic manifestation. And the Lord Himself, by His partial representation, creates a body of innumerable universes and again enters each of those universes as Garbhodakasayi Visnu. His coming in contact with maya is explained in the Bhagavad-gita by a comparison between air and the sky. The sky enters everything material, yet it is far away from us.
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