Tuesday, January 2, 2024

Every person can find it in themselves.

 Instead, divine presence exists in anything. It is not separate from humans or other beings  or nature! The sacred texts of Hinduism, the Upanishads, speak about Brahman as the consciousness behind everything — something other religions would define as God. But this "god" is not separate or of higher position than others. It is omnipresent, and every person can find it in themselves. As the teachings of Hinduism developed, specific manifestations of ethical values and principles evolved as well. These are the numerous gods and goddesses known in different traditions of Hinduism, such as Shiva, Kali, Saraswathi, Krishna, and others. But they aren't supreme beings  just personalized characteristics so people can identify with them more easily



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