6. maharsayah sapta purve
calvaro manavas tatha
madbhava manasa jata
yesam loka imdh prajah
(6) The seven great sages of old, and the four Manus also are of My nature and born of My mind and from them are all these creatures in the world
These are the powers in charge of the many processes of the world Manu according to tradition is the first man at the beginning of each new race of beings
7. eta vsbhut yoga ca mama yo
vet tattvatah so
yujyate na 'tra samsyah
(7) He who knows in truth this glory (magnifestation) and power (steady action) of Mine is united (with Me) by unfaltering yoga ; of this there is no doubt
vibhuti: glory. The knower will be aware of his unity with the Divine and participate in the work of the world which is a manifestation of the Divine. The knowledge of the determinate Brahman is the way to the knowledge of the indeterminate Brahman
Knowledge and Devotion
8. aham sarvasya prabhavo
mattah sarvam pravartate
its matva bhajante mam
(8) I am the origin of all; from Me all (the whole creation) proceeds. Knowing this, the wise worship Me, endowed with conviction.
bhava. the right state of mind. R.
The teacher speaks now as the Lord, as Isvara. God is the material and efficient cause of the world. The aspirant is not deluded by the passing forms but knowing that the Supreme is the source of all the forms, he worships the Supreme.
9. maccittc madgataprana
kathayantas ca math
nityarn tusyanti ca ramanti ca
(9) Their thoughts (are fixed) in Me, their lives (are wholly) given up to Me, enlightening each other and ever conversing of Me, they are contented and rejoicing in Me.