I would have thought Ego in Guardians of the galaxy represented solipsism too but he actually just represents the ego and egotistical thinking which is not what solipsism is.
(Are there any solipsist who aren’t just solipsist in the epistemological sense as a skeptics argument to test the rationality or logical validity of an argument?)
AA4 is such a horrid dungeon that I've been finding any and every excuse to avoid it; however, I would like to build solo and 2P teams that include SR Indian 1 pantheon monsters to score a few BrahmaDra drops before the event ends tomorrow night.
What teams are you running to farm AA4 for Brahma Dragon?
I tend to favor rainbow teams (specifically, VIdeal x LMenoa) and Seina for most content these days, but I'm open to other options.
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Hinduism is a fusion between Vedic Aryan religion and Dravidian religion (Indus valley inhabitants). For example the demon slaying goddess Kali, is derived from the Dravidian word "Kalah", meaning black or dark. An Aryan god would be Agni, the god of Fire, obviously related to the Latin "Ignis" or russian "ogni".
Despite the "elite dominance" of the Aryan in North India (South India is dravidian dominated), the Vedic Aryan gods such as Indra, Vayu or Agni, are completely sidelined by the aforementioned Trimurti.
Brahma is the creator, Vishnu the preserver, and Shiva the destroyer.
The Trimurti are an enigma, they are all mentioned in the Rig Veda to various degrees of importance, but are clearly not exalted to the level they are today. I personally do not know whether there are derivations or other forms of them in the other IE religions.
The are perhaps of Dravidian origin. Evidence for this is the "Pasupati seal" found in the ruins of the IVC. The seal depicts a 3 headed man, in a yogic posture (this seated position is still holy in Hinduism). Around him, he is surrounded by animals. Pasupati is a form of Shiva, known as the Lord of animals. Another piece of evidence is the discovery of objects that look exactly like Shiva Lingams in the Indus.
So the question is, are the "big 3" identifiable in Indo European religions, or are they actually unique to India?
Anyone got the details of the upcoming Brahma Dragon invades in AA4? Specifically the floor of the invade, and the mechanics required to beat Brahma Dragon?
As a fairly new student of Advaita I often ask these questions repeatedly. My confusion mainly stems from the statement - Advaita is Prapthasya Prapthi Nivrithasya Nivritti ( Meaning : Advaita knowledge gives what you already have, and takes away, what you never had in the first-place ). This implies, I as an individual am always liberated, I just need to realize my liberated nature. (Moksha swaroopa). If that is the case, what really experientially happens after realizing this Moksha? Many say, one has to experience it for oneself. But, I am confused and not satisfied with this answer, as I can't clearly understand the end goal of Advaita itself in the first place.
Will the world continue to appear, or will everything be perceived as Brahman itself (in the form of consciousness) ?
P.S. I know, some might say that I am confusing between vyavahaarika and Paramaarthika Satyam ( Transactional & Ultimate realities). But, I am asking what is it like to be in and realize Paramaarhtika satyam ( Ultimate reality) or if is it even possible to be explained in language (words)?
I'm probably not doing myself any favor since I've only been playing for 4 months.
But I'm just too excited for FGO, so much that I watch videos of upcoming content and features.
Such as the upcoming >!costume for Karna!< in which the animation looks different than the regular one. >!Regular Karna's Extra Attack is a Noble Phantasm projectile shooting from his eye called O'Brahma Cover the Earth.!< Yet this is altered when >!donning the costume, since O'Brahma Cover the Earth will be evoked from his left hand palm.!<
I'm slightly sad that this was altered when it looked really powerful in the anime.
I would like to add that I’m not as familiar with Sikhi as I would want to be and am currently not religious. I’m asking in good faith and out of genuine curiosity, because I thought Sikhs regarded these beings as creations of God and not God itself.