वृष्णीनां वासुदेवोऽस्मि पाण्डवानां धनंजयः।
मुनीनामप्यहं व्यासः कवीनामुशना कविः।।10.37।।
।।10.37।। मैं वृष्णियों में वासुदेव हूँ और पाण्डवों में धनंजय? मैं मुनियों में व्यास और कवियों में उशना कवि हूँ।।
Enveloping everything or containing all, abiding in all and the goal of all Lord Krishna is known as Vasu, Being the God of all gods He is known as deva. Thus He is Vasudeva and a vibhuti or divine, transcendental opulence of Lord Krishna. The Moksa Dharma scripture states: Enveloping all creation He illuminates it just like the rays of the sun as the indwelling monitor within all living entities, He is therefore known as Vasudeva. Being especially in all things as the best of them, His vibhuti is Vyasa. The Agniveshya section states: He is Vyasa. Vy means the best. He is above, He is below, He is in the east, He is in the west, He is in the north and He is in the south. Whatever we see or hear in any direction externally or internally in all dimensions is already established by the Supreme Lord.