this is the 'real self', the soul of a person. Inside everyone is a 'spark' of the divine ( Brahma); it is this spark that is able to reincarnate after death and provides each life with identity. It is through the atman that all things are connected, leading to the doctrine of ahinsa (or non-injury) and universal love.
Divine Consciousness residing in the individual; the supreme Self; the soul.
The individual consciousness.
In Hinduism, the essence of the individual soul or self.
(Skt) "Self," universal spirit, the highest consciousness in all entities, including man. hashya (Skt) A treatise or commentary.
Self; Spirit; the original and essential nature of our existence; in relation to the individual [cf. brahman] the Supreme is our own true and highest Self, atman. atma [nominative] atmanam [accusative
or atma - True Self. The atman is in fact Brahman as seen within oneself. See advaita vedanta page. Atman is the root form, atma is the nominative (subject) form.
Absolute Mind or Spirit - from Hinduism, used by Wilber.
A person's true Self or underlying vital force. According to Vedanta philosophy, "atman is Brahman."
in Hindu religion, the individual soul, in contrast to Brahman.
The immortal soul of a human being. The divine Self that exists in every person. Upon beginning meditation, it is first experienced as stillness, peaceful inner silence, and, later, as ecstatic bliss and outpouring divine love.
The inner spiritual Self.
The spiritual essence of all individual human beings.
The Self or Soul; denotes both the Supreme Soul and the individual soul, which, according to Non-dualistic Vedanta are ultimately identical.
The divine Spirit in man, the Self, which is one with Brahman, the all-pervading divine existence, the Ground of the universe. (Same as Brahman, Soul, Absolute Consciousness, Reality, Existence).
Man's originating source; the essential immortal "spark" or divine essence.
(Sanskrit, Hinduism and Buddhism) Variously translated as self, soul, spirit, or ego depending on the context. In the Upanishads it is the permanent spiritual essence of the individual. For early Buddhists, it was simply the individual self or ego (which they denied-see anatman). For later Advaita Vedanta, the atman was identical with the spiritual essence of the world itself (atman is brahman-see brahman).
Self, selfhood; often identified as the permanent subjective entity, which is denied in Buddhism.
the presence of Brahman as the deepest essence of the self in all entities; the Divine Self, a synonym of Brahman
The eternal self or soul, identical to Brahman; the self or inner essence of the universe and of man.
is a concept difficult to define. The translation by the word "soul", often read and proposed, does not seem to be adequate; indeed, it leads the reader to compare with the christian concept of soul, which is a false view. One can say that the atman, is the real man, once the ego and the worldly personality (body, life, thoughts, feelings, emotions) have been purified and dismantled. Atman is an entity, eternal, unalterable and non-contingent. Throughout the successive incarnations, the atman will cloaked with different bodies, in order to live the necessary experiences generated by his karma. Therefore, the real Self, the atman, is quite similar to Brahman, who has no attributes
Atma Self. Can refer to body, mind or soul, depending on context. Ultimately, it refers to the real self, the soul.
the Self, or Soul; denotes also the Supreme Soul, which, according to nondualistic Vedanta, is one with the individual soul.
The Self, God, The Totality of Existence.
breath, principle of life, the individual soul; in the grammar of Sanskrit it is also used as the reflexive pronoun: oneself
The Spirit or Monad linked by a thread to the Paramatman or source in Capricorn. The Spark from the Flame.
An individual's soul or self. The ultimate goal in Hinduism is to achieve moksha through the realization that one's Atman and Brahman are the same thing. This is accomplished through different types of yoga .
the individual self or soul
Self, oneself; in Sanskrit, also a technical term for the transcendent Self of the Upanishads.
Atman means the true self, which is the cause of consciousness and all functions by the mind.
Self, the true spiritual Self, as opposed to body-mind identity.
The Supreme Soul or Brahman.
the presence of the eternal Brahman as it resides in one's temporal being as the "soul" or the essential Self. In the Upanishads, Brahman and Atman are identified as one in the same reality.
("self"): the transcendental Self, or Spirit, which is eternal and superconscious; our true nature or identity; sometimes a distinction is made between the atman as the individual self and the parama-atman as the transcendental Self; see also purusha; cf. brahman
the essence of perfection inherent to all creatures
Tantric sex term meaning divine perfection.
The Atman or Atma (IAST: Ä€tmÄ, sanskrit: à¤†à¤¤à¥à¤®â€ ) is a philosophical term used within Hinduism and Vedanta to identify the soul. It is one's true self (hence generally translated into English as 'Self') beyond identification with the phenomenal reality of worldly existence.
(Sanskrit: à¤†à¤¤à¥à¤®â€) or Atta (PÄli) literally means "self", but is sometimes translated as "soul" or "ego". In Buddhism, the misplaced or inappropriate belief in Ätman is the prime consequence of ignorance, â€“ itself the cause of all misery - the foundation of saá¹ƒsÄra itself.