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The word Absolute — by its origin — means absolutely everything that exists in the multidimensional universe.

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Absolute

The word Absolute — by its origin — means absolutely everything that exists in the multidimensional universe.

First of all – it is the Creator Himself. Material constituent of the Creation and the aggregate consciousness of all levels, other than that of the Creator, are just a small part of the Absolute.

Furthermore, the Creator pervades the whole Creation with Himself. The Creation, consisting of manifestations of divine energy in various eons, is like a multidimensional layered pie, in which the primary layer dominates the rest of them.

At the same time this “pie” is a single whole. There exists only All, Single Whole Multidimensional All — this is not only one of the most important themes for meditation, but also an undoubted truth that reflects the Absolute on the macro level.

 
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Structure of the Absolute

• Bhagavad Gita considers God in the aspects as follows: Ishvara, the Absolute, Brahman, Avatar.

• How is one to study all this? How can one develop one’s buddhi? How can one come to the Father and cognize the Absolute?

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The word Absolute — by its origin — means absolutely everything that exists in the multidimensional universe.