Lamb, H. H. 2nd edition. New York and London: Routledge, 1995.
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In his work Pancadasi (section 6) Vidyaranyaswami speaks about the four preliminary conditions of Brahman. They are unassociated intelligence, intelligence associated with Maya, intelligence of the intellect, and intelligence associated with the gross bodies.
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This is the audio version of a chapter entitled "Brahman in Vedic Tradition," from the book Brahman by Jayaram V, published by Pure Life Vision LLC.
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Advaita means non-duality or absence of duality. It is a state of oneness with the rest of creation, of the subject with the object, of the knower with the known, of the lower self with the highest self and of the ordinary consciousness with the higher consciousness. It comes with a heightened sense of awareness in which one sees everything in oneself and as oneself.
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Brahman the Absolute God of Hindus, is a very mysterious Being. In Hinduism He occupies the highest place, as the creator and enjoyer of all creation. He is the Light and Delight of the Universe, the Ruler and the Lord, without a beginning and without an end, indestructible, indescribable, blissfully immersed in Himself and all by Himself. The concept of Brahman and His relationship with individual souls and Nature and His manifestations are the subject of many schools of Hindu philosophy. Some schools believe that He is both the efficient and material cause of creation. Some believe that He is only an efficient cause and that Prakriti is the material cause. There is also considerable speculation about the relationship between Brahman and the individual souls. Some believe that both are the same and some believe that they are different. Presented below are a few articles on Brahmanwhich may help you gain a proper understanding of this Highest and Absolute God of Hinduism, the Ruler of All.