Antaryami is a Sanskrit term that means “inner witness” or “the one who controls from within.” It can refer to the Higher Self or the power of God residing within the individual soul. The word is derived from the Sanskrit, antar, meaning “internal,” “within” or “inward”; and ayami, meaning “restrained.”
Antaryami is also sometimes used to refer to God existing within all creation. This aspect of God is also called the Supersoul and the Paramatman (Universal or Eternal Soul).
Praying in search of home I don’t want to be out here alone In this vast universal consciousness The field is wide There is no tide Because it never ends No beginnings or endings Just infinite expansion Infinity Your mind can’t conceive, nor comprehend Of this quantum eternal masterpiece.
We may long have known the meaning, effects, and characteristics of unconscious contents without ever having fathomed their depths and potentialities, for they are capable of infinite variation and can never be depotentiated. ~ Carl Jung