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How does the infinite divine mind (the All) subdivide into self-experiences (atman)?

The shared historical and cultural heritage of Buddhism and Hinduism meant that many concepts appeared similar. The problem with this is that Hindus tend to see Buddhism through Hindu lens and vice-...
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How does the infinite divine mind (the All) subdivide into self-experiences (atman)?

Who are you If I remove your 6 Sense consciousness. Who are you If I remove your memory. most of the definition of Hindu Atman revolves around 'Knowledge of self' which is eternal. and how does this ...
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How does the infinite divine mind (the All) subdivide into self-experiences (atman)?

The Buddha used the word "atta", which merely & simply refers to the mind created "small self" or "ego". For example, as used in the Buddha's second sermon, "...
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Is this nibbana or god?

Nibbana is not god. The Old Testament of the Bible says: "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, ...
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Is this nibbana or god?

The idea that the ''unborn'' can not create anything is nowhere to be found in the suttas
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