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Nondualism Dualism and Monism
Real and Nonreal
Ajātivāda and Asparsavāda
Parmenides and His Vision
The Three States of Being
according action actuation Advaita already appearance ātman avidyā become believe belong body born branch called cause completeness concept consciousness considered death depends desire disappears dream dualism effect empirical energy entity eternal example existence existential experience experienced expression fact factor faculties feel Gaudapāda hold human idea identity immortal implies individual intelligible karma kind knowledge living manifestation matter māyā means mental metaphysical mind movement multiplicity nature never non-being Non-duality object opposite Parmenides particular perceive philosophy physical plane point of view possible present principle problem produces projection psychic psychological pure qualities question Reality realization reflection relation relative religion represent rope seen sense sensory simple snake soul speak sphere Spirit substance subtle symbol things tion Tradition transcended transmigrate true truth understand unity universal Upanişad Vedānta vision Western whole wish