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  1. Amruta
  2. Master Gita Master Life
  3. 03 March 2019
Jivatma means Mind,Intelligence and Ego (Mann,Buddhi,Ahankar) or is it different?
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  1. Mahavir
  2. 3 months ago
  3. #34
Consciousness identified with mind, intellect, ego, body is Jivatma - "Identification" here is similar to space being identified with (or conditioned by) pot to say pot space is different than space outside the pot. But space is space, it doesn't break when pot breaks. Same way Jivatma is consciousness that appears limited by/identified with/conditioned by those.
  1. Nandini
  2. 3 months ago
  3. #59
Hari Om! I have a question Mahavirji. At the time of death, the gross body is dropped and the Sukshma sarira ensheathing the Atman within is carried forward to the next birth, ( according to my limited understanding.) In this form is it still called Jiva? Does not the Jiva take on several hundreds of fresh bodies till all the accumulated vasanas are exhausted and finally this sukshma sarira drops to liberate the Atman? And that condition is known as Moksha?

Kindly clarify,
Regards,
Nandini
  1. Rajini
  2. 1 month ago
  3. #115
I think as far as we are alive it is called dehatma.After the death it is called jivatma and Moksha conditon is Paramatma.
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