non-dualism, monism, not-two
Non-duality; a school of Vedanta philosophy teaching the oneness of God, soul, and universe, whose chief exponent was Sankaracharya.
Nonduality; a condition of consciousness which transcends multiplicity and apprehends the singleness of Being.
Non-dualism. The vedantic philosophy of oneness of consciousness pervading the whole universe. See advaita vedanta page.
nondualism” – the philosophical position that all is One
literally means "not two", and is often called a monistic or non-dualistic system which essentially refers to the indivisibility of the Self (Atman) from the Whole (Brahman).
Monism. The Hindu school of philosophy which advocates that the soul and god is the same; see also: Shankaracharya [ more
The same as vedanta, the monistic (non-dual) branch of Indian philosophy discussed mainly in the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita and the Brahma Sutra. Advaita upholds the oneness of God, soul and universe.
Spontaneous outpouring of a keen devotee revealing the very core of Advaita; for centuries abhangas have served as succinct and direct pointers to Consciousness; often put to music and sung as a bahajan
A-dwaitha is the awareness of the One in full measure, in all things, at all times. ( SSS-II) Without duality, which means with regard to the Lord that there is no difference between His body and Himself.
Non-duality; a school of Vedanta philosophy that teaches the oneness of God, soul and universe. The chief exponent of Advaita Vedanta (Non-dualistic Vedanta) was Shankaracharya (A.D. 788-820).
Non—duality; also the name of a school of Vedanta philosophy teaching the oneness of God, soul and universe, whose chief exponents were Gaudapada and Sankaracharya.
Non- dualism, philosophy of the absolute, which teaches that individual soul and that God, cannot be different
non-duality], One-Existence; Monism, Monistic vedanta.
"One without a Second". A definition of the Absolute Non-dual doctrine, the most famous branch of the Vedanta teached by Shankarâchârya. It states that Brahman has the same fundamental nature than Atman
Adwaita Non-dual. Refers to the impersonalistic philosophy which unqualifyingly equates God, the soul and matter.
non duality, identity of the spirit and matter - essentially are all 'one'. The philosophical belief that underlies the teaching in the Bhagavad Gita and Upanishads. There is only one Consciousness, one Supreme Spirit, despite multiplicity; this is the 'ultimate truth' in the text known to Vasudeva and Buddha.
Non-duality; unicity: also a sub-division of Vedanta philosophy.
Non-duality of the Universal Spirit with the individual soul.
("nonduality"): the truth and teaching that there is only One Reality ( Atman, Brahman), especially as found in the Upanishads; see also Vedanta