Supreme God Kabir has later mentioned that Par Brahm (Akshar Purush) committed a breach in his duty because he fell asleep in Mansarovar and when Supreme God (God Kabir) left the egg in that lake then Par Brahm (Akshar Purush) looked at it in anger. Because of these two offences he, along with seven sankh brahmands, was also expelled from Satlok. Another reason was that Par Brahm (Akshar Purush) became restless after departure of his friend Brahm (Kshar Purush). He started missing Brahm, forgetting the Supreme Father Kavir Dev (Supreme God Kabir). Par Brahm thought that Kshar Purush (Brahm) must be enjoying a lot and I am left behind. The other souls who along with ParBrahm are experiencing the punishment of their actions as birth death in the seven-sankh brahmands, got lost in the thoughts of the departure of those Hans-aatmas (souls), who are trapped in Brahm's (Kaal's) twenty-one brahmands and forgot the Supreme God, Kavir Dev who is the giver of all happiness. Even on being repeatedly advised by God Kavir Dev their yearning did not lessen. Par Brahm (Akshar Purush) thought it would be good if I also obtain a separate place. Thinking this, with the purpose of obtaining a kingdom he started reciting Saarnaam.

Similarly, the other souls (who are trapped in ParBrahm's seven sankh brahmands) thought that those souls who have gone with Brahm will make merry and we are left behind. ParBrahm made an assumption that Kshar Purush must be very happy after separating. Thinking this, he decided in his inner self to obtain a separate place. ParBrahm (Akshar Purush) did not do Hath Yog (meditation), but kept doing simple meditation (Sahaj Samadhi) with great passion only to obtain a separate kingdom. To obtain a separate place, he started roaming frantically and even gave up eating and drinking. Other souls got attracted towards his renunciation and started loving him. On being asked by Supreme God, ParBrahm asked for a separate place and also requested for some souls. Then KavirDev said that I will send the souls who willingly want to go with you. Supreme God asked that whichever Hans-aatma (soul) wants to go with ParBrahm, please give consent. After a long time one Hans gave consent and many other souls in imitation of that gave consent too. God made the soul who gave consent first, a girl, named her Ishwri Maya (Prakriti Surati). He put all other souls in that Ishwari Maya and sent her to Akshar Purush (ParBrahm) with Achint. (They got the punishment for failing in loyalty towards their Master.) For many yugas, both lived in seven sankh brahmands, but Par Brahm did not misbehave with her. ParBrahm married Ishwari Maya with her consent. He then by his word power made female genitals in her with his nails and reproduced offsprings on Ishwari Devi's approval. Therefore, in ParBrahm's lok (seven sankh brahmands) living beings do not have the suffering of tapatshila (a self burning piece of stone). Even the animals and birds over there have a better character than the gods of Brahm lok. The life span is also very long, but still there is life-death, punishment according to karmas (deeds), and bread can only be earned by doing hard work. Heaven and hell are also built in a similar fashion. God granted seven sankh brahmands to Par Brahm (Akshar Purush) in return for his wishful simple meditation (Sahaj Samadhi), and blocking the brahmands at a different place from Satlok in a circular shape, expelled Akshar Brahm and Ishwari Maya along with seven sankh brahmands.

Purna Brahm (SatPurush) is the Master (God) of the infinite (asankh) brahmands in Satlok, twenty-one brahmands of Brahm and ParBrahm's seven sankh brahmands. This means that Purna Brahm KavirDev (Supreme God Kabir) is the Master of the lineage.

Brahma, Vishnu and Shiv have four arms each and have 16 Kalaas (arts/skills). Prakriti Devi (Durga) has eight arms and 64 Kalaas (arts/skills). Brahm (Kshar Purush) has one thousand arms, one thousand Kalaas and is God of twenty-one brahmands. ParBrahm (Akshar Purush) has ten thousand arms, has ten thousand Kalaas and is God of seven sankh brahmands. Purna Brahm (Param Akshar Purush / SatPurush) has infinite Kalaas and along with Brahm's twenty-one brahmands and ParBrahm's seven sankh brahmands, is the God of infinite brahmands. Every God, after gathering his arms can keep only two arms and can also make all his arms appear whenever he wishes.

Supreme God also lives secretively in different forms, building different places in every brahmand of ParBrahm. For instance, a moving camera is fixed outside and a TV is kept inside. On the inside TV, all the outside views can be seen. Now, a second TV is placed outside and a stationary camera inside. On the second TV outside, only the picture of the organiser sitting inside is visible and because of this all the workers remain alert. Similarly, Purna Parmatma (the Supreme God) is controlling everyone, sitting in His Satlok and Satguru KavirDev is also present in every brahmand. Like, the sun, even when far away is maintaining its effect on other loks.