“Brahman, Paramatma, and Bhagavan” (SB 3.25.19)

Alachua - 1997 / (035)

Thompson compares a modern appreciation of “space,” to the impersonal concept of Brahman frequently identified with Eastern mysticism. He suggests that, similar to the idea of information flowing unseen through space in the form of radio waves and microwaves that can manifest as television broadcasts or cell phone communications, so too varieties of unmanifested form can subsequently appear within the absolute, undifferentiated Oneness.