No, this world shall never be without the living beings!

In this world, the number of living beings always remains constant.If even a single living entity were to increase or decrease, the entire arrangement of Nature’s plan would come crashing down. The world runs naturally. Everything is in its own natural state. Nothing has ever left its nature. Everything in the Universe functions according to the laws of Nature. This preserves the integrity of the world. The population in this world therefore, can never go beyond the constant of Nature’s law!

When one Soul from the world attains liberation, one Soul from the Nigod enters the worldly cycle According to the law of Nature, on the path of evolution, as many Souls leave this world on getting fully liberated, that many Souls enter the world from Nigod (the dormant state). Let us understand this in some more detail...

The Soul, by its very nature, is moving towards final liberation (moksha). In this journey, as the living being evolves on the path of development, it passes through different stages.

There are actually three divisions in which this happens:
1.The first division comprises of living beings that have not yet entered into the worldly life.
Before any living being enters into the worldly cycle, there is a stage wherein there’s a total covering over the Soul. The Soul inside is not spoilt; but it’s in complete darkness due to the dense layers of karmic particles sitting over it. Consequently, not a single ray of light of the knowledge of Soul is able to come out. And hence not a single sense has been developed in them. The living beings that exist in such dormant state are called ‘Nigod’. There are infinite Souls in this stage.

2.The second division comprises of living beings that exist in this world.When some covering from over the Soul of the Nigod gets removed, little light of Soul comes out from there; and thus one sense is developed. The living being gradually develops from one-sensed to two-sensed, three-sensed, four sensed, five-sensed and then comes into human life-form where his mind, intellect and ego are developed.

So, these are the living beings from one-sensed to five-sensed and humans, whom we can see in this world. At every stage of development, the living being goes through enormous suffering owing to the bondage of coverings on the Soul. When in human form, one creates further bondages with the help of mind, intellect and ego, as a result of which the living being has to reincarnate in different life-forms as a celestial, a human, an animal or a hellish being.

And ultimately, when one gets enlightenment, one’s worldly development completes there. The binding of new bondages stops and as the discharge of all the old bondages (karma) finishes, one attains ultimate liberation!

3.The third division comprises of the liberated Souls who have left the world.These Souls have reached the stage of ultimate liberation and thus have got liberated from this world. They get located at Siddha kshetra, a place which is outside of this world. Since these Souls are free from all the worldly bondages now, they never have to come back again in this world.

To conclude,
According to the law of Nature, as many living beings go to moksha (Siddh kshetra), that many number of living beings come out from the stage of Nigod and enter this world. Hence, there is no increase or decrease in the total number of living beings in this world.

For example if fifty-thousand living beings get ultimate liberation, then fifty-thousand living entities come from the dormant state and make their entry into this active world, which is why the total number of living beings in this world always remains constant.

Please visit:

Author's Bio: 

Ambalal M. Patel was a civil contractor by profession. In June 1958, spontaneous Self-Realization occurred within Ambalal M. Patel. From this point on, Ambalal became a Gnani Purush, and the Lord that manifest within him became known as Dada Bhagwan. A Gnani Purush is One who has realized the Self and is able help others do the same. Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan used to go from town to town and country-to-country to give satsang (spiritual discourse) and impart the knowledge of the Self, as well as knowledge of harmonious worldly interactions to everyone who came to meet him. This spiritual science, known as Akram Vignan, is the step-less path to Self-realization.