The Almighty Father created numerous stores of Souls Each store contained numberless Souls. Some of these stores were received by Spiritual Lords for their creations. Out of all these creations these material and semi-material worlds alone are devoid of real and permanent happiness and are now steeped in ignorance and sin. Here the Soul, in company with Mind, knows nothing but material desires and material worship. Even selfless love between Souls is rare. Ignorance and selfishness have created differences and instead of practicing Spiritual Meditation, people remain engaged in endless controversies that cause tension and mutual hatred. Instead of one great, common brotherhood, imaginary classes have sprung up. In the Judgment of God a poor man in dirty rags who loves and worships Him spiritual and leads a pious life is of a far higher class than a rich man who freely gives vent to his evil passions, leads a life of luxury and forgets Him. The Soul is like an image of light that gives life to any body, large or small, where it is ushered in by order of the Great Judge. Its seat is in the forehead -- midway between the eyebrows--and is called the Tenth Gate, the remaining nine "gates" of the body are visible. From this Point the Soul gives life to all the nerves, limbs and organs of the body. These six centers are controlled by four terrestrial minor angels, Shakti and the Soul. In the eyes is the reflection of the Heaven of the First Lord. In the throat, Shakti (Maya) ; in the heart, Mind (Shiva); in the navel, Vishnu the Preserver; and in the lower two outlets, Brahma the Creator and Ganesh, who has charge of the elimination of the effete matter. Ganesh has the head and trunk of an elephant, but the rest of the body resembles the human body.
The Soul is sent into the womb in the fifth month of pregnancy. A careful mother can feel the arrival of the Soul in the infant. Until the birth the Soul's attention remains fixed in the internal Light and Heaven's Music. It also remembers many hundreds of years of sufferings and prays for deliverance from that filthy position, and promises to devote the new life in His service and devotion.
At the time of birth, however, the Soul's attention is turned down towards the body from the Tenth Gate and a veil of forgetfulness falls upon its memory. This makes the baby cry. A bay with a short life does not cry at birth.
During infancy a crying infant may be consoled by placing a light in front or y ringing of bells, etc., which he finds a substitute for what he has been seeing and hearing before birth, and he at once leaves off crying. In those days of infancy recollection of previous enjoyments makes an infant smile, ;while he sobs at the thought of suffering.
As the bay grows, the Soul makes the body its home and in company with mind again seeks worldly pleasures and enjoyments and forgets the past altogether. At the time of death, the rays of the Soul again concentrate back into the Tenth Gate. This natural rising of the Soul refreshes the Soul's memory and, although the man is unable to speak, tears are visible in his eyes, expressing regret for not improving the status of the Soul, and for having wasted away the whole precious life. At that moment the Life-Force (Prana) in the shape of breath leaves the body through any of the nine outlets and Soul is pulled up into the Tenth Gate. The Judgment is pronounced and the Soul is sent elsewhere according to its actions, just as at the closing time in a factory, the drive lets off the steam from the boiler and goes away.
The Soul is to the Almighty as a drop of water is to the ocean. The quality is the same but there is a difference in quantity or power. A drop of water is liable to mix with dirt, to be dried up by heat, but if that "drop of water" mixes with a "river" and reaches the "Ocean", it escapes all sufferings. during life time the Soul has the power to lift itself up, and the Soul of the Mediator and the Spiritual Lords are like rivers and streams which help the Soul to reach the Almighty.
As a child, fallen in bad company and who has deserted his parents, is liable to suffering, a Soul under the influence of greed, lust, anger and pride --- that remains aloof from the Almighty, the Great Parent, is liable to endless sufferings. With the help of the spiritual Mediator, therefore, a regular pracice and training should be given to the Soul so that its downward tendency may change and it may begin to look up and rise into the Heavens.
Some people believe that the Almighty and the Soul are "one" and that to believe this is "real knowledge". As far as the origin of the Soul is concerned, this is true. But simply to believe this does not relieve the Soul from the knot of elements, qualities and Mind. Unless all the coverings are shaken off and the liberated Soul, by means of meditation (spiritual practice), assumes all the great powers that are attributed to God and reaches its source by crossing at least the three grades, (Berat, Hairangarb and Abykirt -- the three lowest Heavens), i.e. BODY, THE ETERNAL CANDLE and THE TRIANGULAR HEAVEN, it is only book knowledge and not real knowledge. Like a parrot that forgets all its learning at the approach of a cat, such book knowledge vanishes away when the angels come to pull and drag the Soul at the time of death.
Although you are a monarch or an heir to a throne, your boast is idle unless you get freedom from jail, cross the foreign boundary and reach your throne, where everything is at your command. Book knowledge does not give you real freedom nor does it restore any of your spirituals powers so that you have to suffer the effects of your actions like your less learned brothers.
Let the drop o your Soul mix into the Stream of NAME to get to the Ocean --- the Almighty, the Source of all Souls. Just see if you can create a world or a separate sun or moon or a tiny star. If you can do that, then your assumption is somewhat correct. If you cannot do this, please do not call yourself God or Brahma. Humility and Devotion please Him and not false arrogance and boast.