(Sanskrit) From jiva (जीव living being), and( , the ). Originated from the root jīv- 'to breathe'. Jivatman is used to mean the individual or essence.
"Jivatman is the individual, a reflection of Brahman in Avidya or the mind. Paramatman is the Supreme , Brahman or the . From the empirical viewpoint, the Jivatman is a finite and conditioned being, while the Paramatman is the infinite, eternal, Sat-chit-ananda Brahman. In essence, the Jivatman is identical with Paramatman when Avidya (ignorance) is destroyed." - Sivananda
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