Not to be confused with Brahma, the Hindu god of creation, my poem "Brahma" is derived from the supreme Hindu god Brahman, who is the embodiment of infinite, static, and transcendent reality which is the Divine Ground of all things in this universe. I believe that in order to transcend, or reach a state of being that is dependent of physical existence can only be achieved through an individual's own intuition... Showed first 250 characters
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I believe that in order to transcend, or reach a state of being that is dependent of physical existence can only be achieved through an individual's own intuition.
Poe: Perhaps you should introduce me to the Hindu ideals Mr. Emerson; the rapidly declining health of my wife has instilled great fear within my heart... Showed next 250 characters
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Hinduism – The Gods
• There are three various ways to interpret the Hindu concept of god which includes a polytheistic concept which is a religion of many gods, a monotheistic concept which means believing in only one god, and also a monistic concept where gods is an impersonal and unknowable entity...
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Hinduism V.S Jainism
Some have viewed Hinduism as a monotheistic religion, because it recognizes only one supreme God: ?the pantheistic principle of Brahman, that all reality is a unity...
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Early Vedic Period
2.Karma is the chain of cause and effect at every level. It is explained by causality through a system. The system describes that beneficial effects are derived from past beneficial actions and harmful effects from past harmful actions...
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The gods of the Hindu faith represent different expressions of Brahman.
Different Hindu communities may have their own divinities whom they worship, but these are simply different ways of approaching the Ultimate...
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Creationism of hindu
The Hindu creation myth that I found goes like this. As Brahma meditated beings were born from his mind. He thought about a body made of darkness and out of his rectum came a wind were the demons were born...
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HINDUISM- brief summary
Today's oldest living religion is Hinduism. Hinduism is a religion that originated in India and is still practiced by most of the Natives as well as the people who have migrated from India to other parts of the world...
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each of them adored and worshipped.philosophy of freedom of action,
for the reason that they had a perfect religion, a religion on which one
aspect of God was characterized as human, and their various Deva's are
nothing but different human make-ups of nature...