Paramatman

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[Sanskrit, param, “supreme,” + atman, “Spirit,” or “Self,” i.e., the inner essence of the universe or of man that is one with Brahman] In Hinduism, the supreme Self or Spirit; God; Brahman. Sometimes used to distinguish the universal from the individual Atman.

See also

Atman

Sources

El Morya, Ashram Notes, p. 43.

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