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Atma
Atma may refer to:
  • Atman (disambiguation), in Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain traditions: the higher Self, Universal consciousness.
  • Atma, a 2011 album by the band Yob
  • alternative spelling of Atme, village in northern Syria
  • Atma, a fictional virus in the  Digital Devil Saga series.
  • Atma, a vegan and vegetarian cafe in Cardiff.

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ATMA (electronic musician)
Andrei Oliver Brasovean aka ATMA (born 20 August 1979 in Sibiu) is a Romanian composer, performer and electronic music producer.

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Atman
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interj. tell us another
 
n. throwing, throw, shoot, chuck, cast, ejectment, banishment, bragging, elimination, fling, heave, heaving, hurl, inset, ouster, pelt, shy, volley
 
adj. throwing, projectile

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Atman (Sanskrit) Self; the highest part a human being: pure consciousness, that cosmic self which is the same in every dweller on this globe and on every one of the planetary or stellar bodies in space. It is the feeling and knowledge of "I am," pure cognition, the abstract idea of self. It does not differ at all throughout the cosmos except in degree of self-recognition. Though universal it belongs, in our present stage of evolution, to the fourth cosmic plane, though it is our seventh principle counting upwards. It may also be considered as the First Logos in the human microcosm. During incarnation the lowest aspects of atman take on attributes, because it is linked with buddhi, as the buddhi is linked with manas, as the manas is linked with kama, etc.
Atman is for each individualized consciousness its laya-center or entrance way into cosmic manifestation. It is our self precisely because it is a link which connects us with the cosmic hierarch. Through this atmic laya-center stream the divine forces from above, which by their unfolding on the lower planes originate and become seven principles. "We say that the Spirit (the 'Father in secret' of Jesus), or Atman, is no individual property of any man, but is the Divine essence which has no body, no form, which is imponderable, invisible and indivisible, that which does not exist and yet is, as the Buddhists say of Nirvana. It only overshadows the mortal; that which enters into him and pervades the whole body being only its omnipresent rays, or light, radiated through Buddhi, its vehicle and direct emanation" (Key 101).
Atman is also sometimes used of the universal self or spirit, called in Sanskrit Brahman or paramatman. The individual is rooted in the surrounding kosmos by three superior principles, which are that atman's highest and most glorious parts. Atman is included among the human principles because it is the universal absolute essence of which buddhi, the soul-spirit, is the carrier, transmitting its rays to the remainder of the human constitution.

Mustafa YILDIZ's Turkish to English Dictionary

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"throw, fling; elimination; expulsion; discharge"

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(Lit.) breath (yoga exercises). 2 soul


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