Paramatman

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Paramatma is a Sanatana Dharma term syncretic with Brahman and the LP term god with a little "g".

Syncretic Terms

God with a little "g"> Brahman, Govinda, Paramatman, Supreme Spirit

Brahman > Paramatman

Notes

"The Divine of the Sanatana Dharma is a Universal Being or Paramatma, who transcends all boundaries of time, space, and causation. This Being is not bound to just the Hindus or even human beings but is available to the whole of creation. It has existed always and will continue to exist even if no one believes in It. It is the ultimate truth of everything and everyone. That being its foundation, Hinduism is the most tolerant religion in the world. As a goal-oriented religion, it offers us many paths of approach to God, which cater to different types of personalities. It does not insist that there is only one path and one way to approach the Paramatma or the Supreme. There are many paths and many ways." [1]

Footnotes

  1. Vanamali, The Science of the Rishis: The Spiritual and Material Discoveries of the Ancient Sages of India (Toronto: Inner Traditions, 2015).

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