Atman

the same as Atma, which see.
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atman

In Hinduism, the individual soul or the true self, which never changes. The atman is as one with Brahman, the eternal supreme being and impersonal world soul. Hindus believe that each person has a...
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Atman

At'man noun [ Sanskrit ātman .] (Hinduism) (a) The life principle, soul, or individual essence. (b) The universal ego from whom all individual atmans arise. This sense is a European excrescence on the East Indian thought.
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Atman

• (n.) The life principle, soul, or individual essence. • (n.) The universal ego from whom all individual atmans arise. This sense is a European excrescence on the East Indian thought.
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atman

one of the most basic concepts in Hindu philosophy, describing that eternal core of the personality that survives after death and that transmigrates ... [12 related articles]
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Atman

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Atman

(Skr.) Self, soul, ego, or I. Variously conceived in Indian philosophy, atomistically (cf. anu); monadically, etherially, as the hypothetical carrier of karma (q.v.), identical with the divine (cf. ayam atma brahma; tat tvam asi) or different from yet dependent on it, or as a metaphysical entity to be dissolved at death and reunited with the world....
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atman

In Hinduism, the individual soul or the true self, which never changes. The atman is as one with Brahman, the eternal supreme being and impersonal world soul. Hindus believe that each person has a physical body with senses, a subtle body which thinks and makes decisions, and a third body which is active when people are in deep sleep. These three bo...
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Atman

The self as Spirit which is eternal and super-conscious; our true nature or identity, or spiritual essence. Sometimes a distinction is made between the atman as the individual self and the Parame-Atman, as the transcendental self
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Atman

soul.
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Atman

Yoga word for soul.
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Atman

The Hindu concept that the soul resides in the heart, and is the source of life energy and spiritual awareness. In Hindu thought, the soul transmigrates after death (Esposito et al. 2012a
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Atman

The soul, which is everlasting and is subject to transmigration (meaning upon death, it moves to another body). See also Brahman..
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Atman

in Hindu religion, the individual soul, in contrast to Brahman.
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