akṣaraṁ brahma paramaṁ svabhāvo ’dhyātmam ucyate
bhūta-bhāvodbhava-karo visargaḥ karma-samjñitaḥ
akṣaraṁ -the letter of
paramaṁ – is supreme
svabhāvo ’dhyātmam – the ownself(sva) showing emotion (bhavo) that is the atma (dhyatmam)
ucyate – it is said
bhūta-bhāvodbhava-karo -the living entity (bhuta) the dwelling for the purpose of emotion (bhavodbhava) inorder to perform (karo)
visargaḥ -from dejection for adoration/respect (vis argah/arghamu)
karma-samjñitaḥ-the science of action equal to that which is known
The letter of brahma is supreme (om). The ownself showing emotion that is the atma it is said. The living entity, the dwelling for the purpose of emotion inorder to perform from grief/dejection for adoration/respect. The science of action equal to that which is known.
There you have it again, the scripture of mankind. What was once, is now that which is known to you.
What does it say in Gita?
Yes! There is nothing higher than Brahman. Brahman’s power manifested in everybody as the Jiva. The verse does not say that. There is no creative act in this verse, though aksaram could be understood that way. This is about the letter and the manifestation under Om, what makes atma, the emotion with which you feel possible, that shows one’s evolution equal to the science of action that is known. Take a look at the meaning I have for this.