Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas
But this interpretation is, also not proper, because in the first verse, the term Tvam, stands for God, Who is endowed with attributes and form while the term 'Avyaktam' and 'Aksaram' stand, for the attributeless and formless Eternal (Absolute). What is Brahma? The Lord, has already answered the question in the third verse of the eighth chapter, by declaring that Brahma (the Absolute), is the Imperishable. There also, the term 'Imperishable' has been used for God, Who is attributeless and formless. Therefore, in response to Aquna's question, in which he used the term 'unmanifest' and 'imperishable' the Lord answered, by using the term 'unmanifest' which stands for God, Who is attributeless and formless.
Now, it is explained how the worship of God, Who is endowed with attributes, is easy, while the worship of attributeless God, is difficult.
Worship of God with attributes-
- Strivers are mainly of two types: First are those strivers who are inclined to the spiritual practice after listening to religious discourses, having good company and studying the scriptures. Such strivers face greater difficulty in spiritual practice.