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Question for Advaitins: If I am Brahman, then why do I (who is already Brahman) need to find out that I am Brahman? Who is this “I”?

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Question for Advaitins: If I am Brahman, and Brahman is all-knowing, then why do I (who is already Brahman) need to find out that I am Brahman?

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  1. I am Brahman.

  2. I need to find out that I am Brahman. But who is this “I”? “I” refers to Brahman.

  3. So, Brahman needs to find out that It (Brahman) is Brahman.

Ultimately, I am Brahman. And this Brahman is all-knowing. But the Advaitins say that I need to find out that I am Brahman. If I am Brahman and Brahman is all-knowing, then why do I need to find out that I am Brahman? That's like saying that Brahman needs to find out that It is BrahmanThis makes no sense.

Ultimately, I am Brahman. And this Brahman is all-knowing. But the Advaitins say that I need to find out that I am Brahman. If I am Brahman and Brahman is all-knowing, then why do I need to find out that I am Brahman? That's like saying that Brahman needs to find out that It is Brahman.

  1. I am Brahman.

  2. I need to find out that I am Brahman. But who is this “I”? “I” refers to Brahman.

  3. So, Brahman needs to find out that It (Brahman) is Brahman.

This makes no sense.

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