Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas
The Lord, while describing his eighty-two glories, means to say, that a striver, should think of God only, whatever thing, circumstance or person he comes across, because, Arjuna put the question as to which aspect He was to be thought of, by him (Gita 10/17). So the Lord, has described His divine glories, in brief here. Similarly, in the Srimadbhagavata also, (in the sixteenth chapter of the eleventh canto), Lord Krsna has described, His divine glories to Uddhava. Some of the divine glories described, in the Gita and the Srimadbhagavata, are similar while some of them are not. In the Gita, He declares that among priests, He is Brhaspati (10/24), while in the Bhagavata He states that among priests, He is Vasistha (11/16/22). Now the question rises, why the same speaker, Lord Krsna makes this distinction. The answer is, that Lord Krsna while describing His divine glories, does not mean to attach importance to a thing or a person etc., but He wants to say that a striver, should think only of the Lord, whatever thing or person he comes across, physically or mentally. Therefore, whatever distinction appears in any object or person, should be regarded only, as the Lord's.
- Lord Narayana pervades the entire universe, which is seen or heard, externally and internally.