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  1. Namrata
  2. Master Gita Master Life
  3. 01 September 2019
In the second chapter, where Guruji has laid out the various perspectives for explaining how it was foolish to grieve - under the Knowledge perspective, we are told about Atman and Jivatma. I wanted to understand whether these two concepts are the same and if there are any differences in these?
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Hari Om.in one of the self assignments for one question vedji gave us these choices............Jivatman, Dehatman, Paramatman, Pratyagatman,and Adhyatman.
The 'transmigrating being' is called Jivatman. The jiva is reborn till he attains liberation and till then will be born in various realms such as earth,heaven. and hell.Atman is the Pure Consciousness.The Life principle in us.Which makes the BMI work.Our absolute identity is
Paramatman.Nature of Sat, Chit, Ananda. Existence, Consciousness, Bliss.
Atman is the changeless substratum on which all the changes happen.
The Self is ever indestructible. It exists from beginingless time.the Real never perishes and the unreal 'never is'.Jivatman is an apparent existence.Mithya.
Self is free of all modifications........birth,growth,decay,death etc.Birth is...... that was not there before and come now to existence. Self is our Real nature. Since it is birthless and deathless. Self can never be killed.
Self can not be cut, nor burnt, nor moistened, nor dried up. It is eternal, all pervading, stable, immovable,and ancient.
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