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- Supreme reality. the Hindu concept of an impersonal Supreme Being; the source and goal of everything. a member of a social and cultural elite ; 'a Boston Brahman'. a member of the highest of the four Hindu varnas; 'originally all brahmans were priests'. the highest of the four varnas: the priestly or sacerdotal category. any of several breeds of Indian cattle; especially a large American heat and tick resistant grayish humped breed evolved in the Gulf States by interbreeding Indian cattle and now used chiefly for crossbreeding.
- The Absolute, Whole. same as Brahma.
- The spiritual essence of the universe The spiritual essence of the universe. the name given by Hindu teachers to the infinite divine reality from which all has emerged, and to which all will ultimately return.
- Hindu notion of the all-pervasive God who is identical to the self within us, especially as described in the Upanishads and Vedanta.
- The Supreme soul of the universe underlying all existence, all pervading and infinite.
- The transcendental ground of existence, or innermost essence of all reality In the Vedanta philosophy, Brahman is the Absolute, or sole reality.
- The highest of the Four Castes in ancient India at the time of Shakyamuni They served Brahma, with offerings; the keepers of the Vedas, i e priestly caste.
- Godhead The Absolute, the Supreme Reality, the Ultimate Reality, Truth or the Self of the Vedanta Philosophy are also used interchangeably for Brahman; See Sat-Chit-Ananda. also called Nirguna Brahman, this state of Voidness is regarded as the Unmanifest Being of God by Yogi Preceptors of the First Cosmic Initiation It is viewed seen as the goal of spiritual practice by the followers of the Yogi Preceptors Attained, it confers a Nirvana-like peace and blessedness upon the meditator In this Voidness, Cosmic Consciousness is revealed in its essential nature above its coverings.
- The Brahmans of India have long maintained that they, by their birth, are worthy of the highest respect Buddhists borrowed the term 'brahman' to apply to arahants to show that respect is earned not by birth, race, or caste, but by spiritual attainment through following the right path of practice Most of the verses in the Dhammapada use the word brahman in this special sense; those using the word in its ordinary sense are indicated in the notes.
- Ultimate reality, as Hinduism speaks of it, the ground and source of all that is Sometimes it is referred to as impersonal or transpersonal, beyond all name and form But some Hindu traditions identify it as the transcendent Godhead that chooses to manifest itself in a more personal form, say as Vishnu, Shiva, or the Goddess.
- the primary subject matter of the Upanishads, the very essence or principle of ultimate reality; the Absolute; the uncreated creator Brahman is the neuter, or impersonal, form of Brahma.
- A person of the highest or sacerdotal caste among the Hindoos. any of several breeds of Indian cattle; especially a large American heat and tick resistant grayish humped breed evolved in the Gulf States by interbreeding Indian cattle and now used chiefly for crossbreeding the highest of the four varnas: the priestly or sacerdotal category a member of the highest of the four Hindu varnas; 'originally all brahmans were priests' a member of a social and cultural elite ; 'a Boston Brahman'.