While Advaita Vedanta stresses Upanishadic philosophy, is a term used in South India to distinguish Tirumular's school from the pluralistic Siddhanta of Meykandar and Aghorasiva.
This is the stage in which atma (the Self) experiences the eternal bliss, a perfect state of peace, comfort, stability and carefree nature.
This svarupa (inmost Self form) is the ultimate foundation of all life, intelligence and higher faculties.
The first person to explicitly consolidate the principles of Advaita Vedanta was Adi Shankara.: आगम, "that which has come down") i.e., that which has been handed down to the people of the present from the past — are an enormous collection of Sanskrit scriptures which, are revered as are revered as shruti (revealed scripture).
The Agamas are the primary source and authority for ritual, yoga and temple construction.
It has the most dense and slow vibrational frequency. is one of the four goals of life, known as purusharthas.
This body cannot exist without contact with the other koshas (subtle sheaths) or bodies (the pranamaya, manomaya, vijnanamaya, and anandamaya koshas), yet for the most part it remains barely activated in regards to its highest evolutionary potential. It is considered to be a noble goal as long as it follows the dictates of dharma.
Absolute: Lower case "absolute", real, not dependent on anything else, not relative.
Upper case "Absolute", Ultimate Reality, the unmanifest, unchanging and transcendent Parabrahm — utterly non-relational to even the most subtle level of consciousness., "to proceed, practice, conduct oneself" and thus literally connotes "one who teaches by conduct or example" or "one who knows or teaches the ācāra, the rules of right conduct" — is a guide or instructor in spiritual matters; founder, or leader of a sect; a title affixed to the names of learned men; a traditional teacher or head of sampradaya or school of religious thought.: ) — the opposite of dharma that denotes unrighteousness; disorder; evil; immorality; impiety, non-performance of duty; what is not right or natural; or not in accordance to śāstras.
It is good to know that nonviolence speaks only to the most extreme forms of forceful wrongdoing, while : आकाश) — meaning space or sky and is the basis and essence of all things in the material world; the smallest material element created from the sukshmaloka (astral world).