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There is a question that asks for the difference between jiva atman, Atman and Paramatman and it does not answer my inquiry. I wish to know about the difference between Atmans Ananda essence and Nirguna Brahman the void and their connection?

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    Spirit is used to refer to atma. So I'm tagging it appropriately. – Rickross Aug 12 '18 at 4:49
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    Duplicate doesn't mean that the linked post answers your question. It means that the answer to your question should go in the linked post for better interlinking. Btw Atma = [Nirguna] Brahman. – iammilind Aug 13 '18 at 3:48
  • I have put a flag on this question because Spirit and Nirguna Brahman are different and this difference needs to be highlighted, seen and experienced, it is an entirely different question. – Frank Hestermann Aug 13 '18 at 5:40
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    Spirit, soul and Atman refers to the same reality. actually spirit and soul are rough translation of Atman into English. see the meta post on Sanskrit non-translatables – Pandya Aug 14 '18 at 10:57
  • @Pandya Atman and Spirit are the same blissful but they are different to Nirguna Brahman. I wish to know about the difference. One is spiritual bliss and the other is unlimited consciousness of emtyness. How are they connected ? – Frank Hestermann Aug 14 '18 at 14:07

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