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The body is subtle in Pralaya and gross in creation. The time, place and circumstances of birth, family and the split of life, are all determined by the Adrishta.
The individual souls are eternal, manifold, eternally separate from one another, and distinct from the body, senses and mind; and yet capable of apprehension, volation, desire, aversion, pleasure, pain, merit and demerit. They are infinite, omnipresent and diffused everywhere throughout space. A man's soul is as much in New York as in Bombay, although it can only apprehend and feel and act where the body is. The soul and the mind are not objects of perception.
The soul is absolutely free from all connections with qualities in the state of Moksha or release. It regains its independence.