Where did the souls in the bodies of trees in Vrndavana come from??

April 23, 2014 in Damaghosa Dasa by KHD

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KB 15                   Killing of Dhenukasura
Krsna then spoke to His elder brother Balarama as follows: “My dear
brother, You are superior to all of us, and Your lotus feet are
worshiped by the demigods. Just see how these trees, full with fruits,
have bent down to worship Your lotus feet. It appears that they are
trying to get out of the darkness of being obliged to accept the form
of trees. Actually, the trees born in the land of Vrndavana are not
ordinary living entities. Having held the impersonal point of view in
their past lives
, they are now put into this stationary condition of
life, but now they have the opportunity of seeing You in Vrndavana,
and they are praying for further advancement in spiritual life through
Your personal association. Generally the trees are living entities in
the mode of darkness. The impersonalist philosophers are in that
darkness, but they eradicate it by taking full advantage of Your
presence.
Even very small straws were dancing for Krsna in Vrndavana !
KB 13         The Stealing of the Boys and Calves by Brahma
After this manifestation of Lord Visnu, Brahma saw that many other
Brahmas and Sivas and demigods and even insignificant living entities
down to the ants and very small straws–movable and immovable living
entities-
-were dancing, surrounding Lord Visnu
. Their dancing was
accompanied by various kinds of music, and all of Them were worshiping
Lord Visnu. Brahma realized that all those Visnu forms were complete
in mystic power, beginning from the anima perfection of becoming small
like an atom up to becoming infinite like the cosmic manifestation.
All the mystic powers of Brahma, Siva, all the demigods and the
twenty-four elements of cosmic manifestation were fully represented in
the person of Visnu. By the influence of Lord Visnu, all subordinate
mystic powers were engaged in His worship. He was being worshiped by
time, space, the cosmic manifestation, reformation, desire, activity
and the three qualities of material nature.

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