The Self in Indian Philosophy. Who am I? What am I?. Hinduism. Hinduism is the primary religion of India It regards the Upanishads (900- 200 BCE) as sacred. Henotheism. There are many gods, But all are forms of one being, Brahman. Rg Veda.
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The Self in Indian Philosophy
Who am I?
What am I?
Know thou the soul as riding in a chariot,
The body as the chariot.
Know thou the intellect as the chariot-driver,
And the mind as the reins.
The senses, they say, are the horses;
The objects of sense, what they range over.
The self combined with senses and mind
Wise men call "the enjoyer."
• The soul is separable from body, mind, and intellect
• Enlightenment: You can detach yourself from each manifestation of nature
• Reincarnation: The soul may occupy a different body and mind
“What are you?”
“I am awake.”