Aham sarvasy prabhavah
According to The Gita it means —– I am the Origin of everything.
This is what I believe it is saying —
Aham — I am
sarvasy — in entire/all
prabhavo —– that is kind of power, influence, and capacity I have! (Telugu — Prabhavam)
I believe, any person of faith will believe God is the origin for everything. I don’t believe this verse in a literal sense is saying “I am the origin of everything,” people of faith would already know this. I believe it is saying I am in the entire, that is the kind of influence and power I have. Nothing is this universe is without a cause and effect.
Where does this line in the verse come from? The verse is from chapter 10 (10. 8)
Aham sarvsya prabhavo mattah sarvam pravartate
iti matva bhajante mam budha bhava-samanvitah
Aham sarvsya prabhavo —- I am (aham) in the entire (sarvsya), that is the kind of power, influence and capability I have (prabhavo).