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Re: REQUEST : Help ! Brahman

Posted By durgaprasad ayyalasomayajula (saibaba@ccs.neu.edu)
12 Jan 1997 01:54:51 GMT

Sir,
Namaste.
I currently don't have any books or knowledge from books to refer you to.
It is a very complicated concept which has to be felt rather then read.
(that is what people say:-)).
"That which it is!" is Brahman.(I know it is very confusing).
It is neither subjective nor objective.
It is everything and as well nothing.
It is ominipresent , it is what it is (I am objectivating here to explain to
you better).
It is also understood as a state in which a highly realized person achieves
through YOGA(YOGA IS NOT THE PHYSCIAL EXCERCISE PRESCRIBED BY PHYSICIANS TO
REDUCE ONE's TENSIONS).
It you could analyze properly the above statemts, you will finish your
research.
-- Prasad
SteKenyon (stekenyon@aol.com) wrote:
: I need to know who or what Brahman is. (For a research paper). I cannot
: find adequate information elswhere - can someone help ?
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