Hinduism The essence that is eternal, unchanging, and indistinguishable from the essence of the universe.(noun)
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Use "atman" in a sentence
"In the original, the word atman is used in various senses."
"The non-Buddhist Indian schools talk about atman, which is roughly translated as "self" or "soul"; and in other non-Indian religious traditions we hear discussion about the "soul" of the being and so on."
"Persons lack a “soul,” an atman, that is unaffected by anything, partless, and separable from a body and a mind, and which can be cognized on its own."