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Who is brahmanan

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shalinitati

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In Hinduism, Brahman (ब्रह्मन् brahman) is "the unchanging reality amidst and beyond the world", which "cannot be exactly defined". It has been described in Sanskrit as Sat-cit-ānanda (being-consciousness-bliss) and as the highest reality.
Brahman is conceived as Atman, personal,impersonal and/or Para Brahman, depending on the philosophical school.
According to Advaita, a liberated human being (jivanmukta) has realised Brahman as his or her own true self.
 

sangom

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Is there not even 1 in this forum?

I think it may be one or two in the whole world of humans at any point of time, but we can't know who those persons are. So, may be one member here may be a brahmajnaani but unless he/she comes out and announces.....
 

sravna

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I think it may be one or two in the whole world of humans at any point of time, but we can't know who those persons are. So, may be one member here may be a brahmajnaani but unless he/she comes out and announces.....

I would think the number would be even much lower in this kali yuga, I would say 1 in a trillion because has to absolutely stand apart to be a brahmajnaani in this kali yuga.
 

auh

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I think it may be one or two in the whole world of humans at any point of time, but we can't know who those persons are. So, may be one member here may be a brahmajnaani but unless he/she comes out and announces.....
I watched Nat Geo's story of the earth on youtube and was humbled...

Of course it was all a theory, but fascinating - dust turns into solid, due to gravity, as molten fire and then meteors carrying water crystals bombard the earth... then water is all over our planet. Air forms, and amino acids somehow combine to form life, in water. It is from these first life that everything has sprung about, over millions of years of evolution. We are all from the same source, and so it would seem that the universe is us. Much similar to Tattvamasi.

There is no brahmajnani... we are all part of the (our) universe' endeavour to explore and entertain (ourself) itself...
 

B.Krishnamurthy

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I refer to Post No.337 by Shri.Sangom.
I wish to clarify that I do not know Shri.Asirvadam. He is not my Friend.
Perhaps,Shri.Sangom had my friend Mr.T.V.T.Chari (an Iyengar converted to Christianity)in mind whilwriting Post No.337.
My friend T.V.T.Chari became a member of this Forum on 6/2/2011 under the name "Thingadam" a short form of 'Tiruvenkadam'.
To my knowledge,he has not participated in any Discussion except his one posting in "Introduce Yourself" under Sl.No.1966
 

renuka

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I would think the number would be even much lower in this kali yuga, I would say 1 in a trillion because has to absolutely stand apart to be a brahmajnaani in this kali yuga.

I thought Lord Krishna was clear that hardly one knows Him..so too bad guys there is no Brahmajnaani!


Out of many thousands among men, one may endeavor for perfection, and of those who have achieved perfection, hardly one knows Me in truth.
 
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