The Supreme God

posted on October 10th 2014 in Spirituality with 0 Comments

The Supreme God

                       ” In the beginning was the Word,
and the Word was with God,
and the Word was God.”              –  JOHN1.1

“In the beginning was the Brahman,
with whom was the Word;
and the Word was truly
the Supreme Brahman.”                 – RIG VEDA

Existence of God is Self – Evident {page 45 – 2nd edition}

Nature of the Supreme Brahman  – Brahman as existence of Knowledge – Bliss

In Taititriya Upanishad, Brahman is defined as ‘ Satyam Gnyanam Anantham Brahma‘.
which means Brahman is pure energy, pure consciousness and infinite.
Upanishad Brahman is defined as –  ‘Vignyanam ānandam-brahma’. He is knowledge and bliss. 
In some versions of this the Brahman is explained as Truth knowledge infinite bliss. 
The Vedanta explains Brahman as Sat-Chit- Ānandam 

Brahman is the central theme of almost all the Upanishads. Brahman is the indescribable, inexhaustible, omniscient, omnipresent, original, first, eternal and absolute principle who is without a beginning, without an end , who is hidden in all and who is the cause, source, material and effect of all creation known, unknown and yet to happen in the entire universe.
Incomprehensible even to the gods, as Kena Upanishad narrates, “He stands above all, tall and mysterious, almost incommunicable except through personal experience and inner voyage”.

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