- 2. aham brahmasmi. Translation: aham = I Brahmasmi = am Brahman Meaning: I am Brahman.
- 14 The 'I' (Aham) Is Brahman
- The term 'I' is of great significance in spiritual literature and is explained in the Upanishads in detail. Aham. Brahmasmi(I am Brahman)is an Upanishadic dictum .
- 10 Develop Faith And Self-confidence To Gain Self-realisation
- or Aham (I) – all are God's different names only!
- I Am I
- Your right – Say Aham Brahmasmi (I am Brahman). You are the embodiment of Divine Trinity – Brahma, Vishnu, Maheswara.
- The Quintessence of Spiritual Practice
- Brahma in the Aitareya Upanishad of the Rig-Veda, Aham Brahmasmi in the Brihadaranyaka.
- Vijnana Nauka (The boat of spiritual science) Written by Adhi
- It echoes the concept of. “Aham Brahmasmi (I Am Brahmam) “.Though written in a simple language, some how, this work is not as popular as his other works.
- Unification of Humankind: Investigations from Science and Spirituality
- is presented in Brhadaranyaka Upanisad 1.4.10 which states “Aham brahmasmi” I (the spirit soul) am Brahman (spirit) ie.
- Mahavakya - I am Brahman, Aham Brahmasmi
- The statement "aham brahmasmi" does not vouch that "Atman (self) is Brahman", but "I am Brahman".
- Advaita philosophy and concept of Aham Brahmasmi – I am God
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