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The Upanishads were mystical and speculative texts They have influenced Indian religious thought and spiritual philosophy as well as Buddhism and Jainism The Upanishads define Brahman using how the world it creates They are the basis of classical philosophies which is known as Vedanta According to Vedanta The Upanishads there are two different views which identify Brahman 1 Theistic Vedanta and 2 Advaita Vedanta Firstly Theistic Vedanta is something that has to do with god It explains that Brahman is more of a personal god Brahman is said to be not totally identical to everything but all things are part of Brahman All of this theory is called emarationism So with this view we can say that there is one god whom is the creator of all being and universe And everything is a part of this god Secondly the Advaita Vedanta Brahman is like an impersonal force More like a monistic view which means that there is only one reality It says that Brahman is the only thing that can exist Everything else is an illusion Here there is an eternal non-dual consciousness All things are just these consciousness-misperceived illusions I think both of these views face problems First the Theistic Vedanta In this view Brahman is identified as one god which created everything However I think there is a missing point in this definition It says there is only one god and its not identical to anything but all thing are part of Brahman In my opinion the concept of being one god one creator is a supreme thing god is above everybody and anything I dont think that since he created everything that everything has to be part from him To acknowledge god I think that all that is needed to done is to observe the things he created for example a simple cell of a plant or human even then one can
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