The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Atman - Soul


28 occurences of atma in the VBT, including
vyomākāraṃ svam ātmānaṃ dhyāyed digbhir anāvṛtam |
nirāśrayā citiḥ śaktiḥ svarūpaṃ darśayet tadā || 92 ||

ātman
ātmán [L=23455]
(variously derived fr. an , to breathe ; at , to move ; , to blow ; cf. tmán) the breath RV.

RV. AV. &c

e.g. ātmán (Ved. loc.) dhatte , or karoti , " he places in himself " , makes his own TS. v S3Br. ; ātmanā akarot , " he did it himself " Ka1d. ; ātmanā vi-yuj , " to lose one's life " Mn. vii , 46 ; ātman in the sg. is used as reflexive pronoun for all three persons and all three genders e.g. ātmāna sā hanti , " she strikes herself " ; putram ātmana spṛṣṭvā nipetatu , " they two having touched their son fell down " R. ii , 64 , 28 ; see also below s.v. ātmanā ]

ifc. e.g. karmā*tman , &c ) RV. x , 97 , 11 , &c

VS. S3Br.

Ragh. i , 14 Ra1matUp.

ifc.) " the understanding , intellect , mind " » naṣṭā*tman , mandā

brahma (cf. paramā*tman) AV. x , 8 , 44 VS. xxxii , 11 S3Br. xiv , &c

L.

= dhti) firmness L.

L.

L.

L. ; [Old Germ. a1tum ; Angl.Sax. oedhm ; Mod. Germ. Athem , Odem ; Gk. ϋτμήν , (?).]
(H1) m.
[L=23456]the soul , principle of life and sensation
[L=23457]the individual soul , self , abstract individual [
[L=23463]essence , nature , character , peculiarity (often
[L=23464]the person or whole body considered as one and opposed to the separate members of the body
[L=23465]the body
[L=23466](
[L=23467]the highest personal principle of life ,
[L=23468]effort
[L=23469](
[L=23470]the sun
[L=23471]fire
[L=23472]a son



ātmatā

ātma--tā [p= 135,2] [L=23516]
essence , nature BhP.

(H3) 

f.

 ātmatva

ātma--tva [L=23523]
essence , nature Sa1h.

(H3) 

n.
















Some Atma-words


36 ātman (soul) 37 ātmanvat (soul) 38 ātmagati (soul) 39 ātmaguṇa (soul) 40 ātmajñāna (soul) 41 ātmajyotis (soul) 42 ātmatattva (soul) 43 ātmadarśana (soul) 44 ātmadūṣi (soul) 45 ātmapāta (soul) 46 ātmaprabodha (soul) 47 ātmapravāda (soul) 48 ātmabodha (soul) 49 ātmabhāva (soul) 50 ātmamūrti (soul) 51 ātmavat (soul) 52 ātmavid (soul) 53 ātmavidyā (soul) 54 ātmasammita (soul) 55 ātmahan (soul) 56 ātmānanda (soul) 57 ātmābhilāṣa (soul)
ātman

(H1) ātmán [p= 135,1] [L=23455] m. (variously derived fr. an , to breathe ; at , to move ; vā , to blow ; cf. tmán) the breath RV.
[L=23456] the soul , principle of life and sensation RV. AV. &c
[L=23457] the individual soul , self , abstract individual [e.g. ātmán (Ved. loc.) dhatte , or karoti , " he places in himself " , makes his own TS. v S3Br. ; ātmanā akarot , " he did it himself " Ka1d. ; ātmanā vi- √yuj , " to lose one's life " Mn. vii , 46 ; ātman in the sg. is used as reflexive pronoun for all three persons and all three genders e.g. ātmānaṃ sā hanti , " she strikes herself " ; putram ātmanaḥ spṛṣṭvā nipetatuḥ , " they two having touched their son fell down " R. ii , 64 , 28 ; see also below s.v. ātmanā ]
[L=23463] essence , nature , character , peculiarity (often ifc. e.g. karmā*tman , &c ) RV. x , 97 , 11 , &c
[L=23464] the person or whole body considered as one and opposed to the separate members of the body VS. S3Br.
[L=23465] the body Ragh. i , 14 Ra1matUp.
[L=23466] (ifc.) " the understanding , intellect , mind " » naṣṭā*tman , mandā*°
[L=23467] the highest personal principle of life , brahma (cf. paramā*tman) AV. x , 8 , 44 VS. xxxii , 11 S3Br. xiv , &c
[L=23468] effort L.
[L=23469] (= dhṛti) firmness L.
[L=23470] the sun L.
[L=23471] fire L.
[L=23472] a son L. ; [Old Germ. a1tum ; Angl.Sax. oedhm ; Mod. Germ. Athem , Odem ; Gk. ἀϋτμήν , (?).]
ātmanvat

(H3) ātmán--vát [L=23473] mfn. animated , having a soul RV. AV. TS.
ātmagati

(H3) ātma--gati [p= 135,2] [L=23485] f. one's own way R. i , 76 , 24
[L=23486] " course of the soul's existence " , life of the spirit Nir.
ātmaguṇa

(H3) ātma--guṇa [L=23488] n. virtue of the soul Gaut.
ātmajñāna

(H3) ātma--jñāna [L=23508] n. self-knowledge MBh. v , 990 and 1167
[L=23509] knowledge of the soul or supreme spirit Mn. xii , 85 and 92 MBh. Veda1ntas.
ātmajyotis

(H3) ātma--jyotis [L=23510] n. the light of the soul or supreme spirit MBh. xii , 6509
(H3B) ātmá-jyotis [L=23511] mfn. receiving light from one's self S3Br. xiv MBh. xii , 783.
ātmatattva

(H3) ātma--tattva [L=23512] n. the true nature of the soul or of the supreme spirit S3vetUp.
ātmadarśana

(H3) ātma--darśana [L=23526] n. seeing the soul of or in (in comp.) Ya1jn5. iii , 157 (cf. Mn. xii , 91.)
ātmadūṣi

(H3) ātma--dū́ṣi [L=23529] mfn. corrupting the soul AV. xvi , 1 , 3.
ātmapāta

(H3) ātma--pāta [L=23541] m. " descent of the soul " , re-birth BhP.
ātmaprabodha

(H3) ātma--prabodha [L=23546] m. " cognition of soul or supreme spirit " , N. of an upaniṣad.
ātmapravāda

(H3) ātma--pravāda [L=23549] m. " dogmas about the soul or supreme spirit " , N. of the seventh of the fourteen pūrvas or most ancient sacred writings of the jainas
[L=23550] " those who assert the dogmas about the supreme spirit " , N. of a philosophical school Nir. xiii , 9.
ātmabodha

(H3) ātma--bodha [p= 135,3] [L=23557] m. " knowledge of soul or supreme spirit " N. of wk. of śaṃkarācārya
[L=23558] of one of the upaniṣads of the atharva-veda
[L=23559] the possession of a knowledge of soul or the supreme spirit.
ātmabhāva

(H3) ātma--bhāva [L=23564] m. existence of the soul S3vetUp.
[L=23565] the self , proper or peculiar nature Buddh.
[L=23566] the body ib.
ātmamūrti

(H3) ātma--mūrti [L=23576] mfn. one whose body is the soul Ra1matUp.
ātmavat

(H3) ātma--vat [L=23598] mfn. having a soul Nr2isUp.
[L=23599] self-possessed , composed , prudent Mn. Ya1jn5. MBh. &c
(H3B) ātma--vat [L=23600] ind. like one's self Hit.
ātmavid

(H3) ātma--víd [L=23607] mfn. knowing the nature of the soul or supreme spirit S3Br. xiv Up. MBh.
ātmavidyā

(H3) ātma--vidyā́ [L=23609] f. knowledge of soul or the supreme spirit S3Br. x Mn. vii , 43.
ātmasammita

(H3) ātmá--sammita [L=23639] mfn. (ātmá-) corresponding to the person S3Br. vi-x
[L=23639.1] resembling the soul or supreme spirit ChUp.
ātmahan

(H3) ātma--han [L=23647] mfn. one who kills his soul i.e. does not care about the welfare of his soul I1s3aUp. BhP.
(H3B) ātma--han [L=23648] m. a suicide MBh. i , 6839
(H3B) ātma--han [p= 136,1] [L=23649] m. a priest in a temple attendant upon an idol (the priest subsisting by appropriating to himself offerings to deities for which future punishment is assigned) L.
ātmānanda

(H3) ātmā* nanda [L=23660] mfn. rejoicing in the soul or supreme spirit Nr2isUp.
ātmābhilāṣa

(H3) ātmā* bhilāṣa [L=23667] m. the soul's desire Megh.





 ātmakāma
(H3) ātmá--kāma [L=23477]
mf(ā)n. loving one's self , possessed of self-conceit R. ii , 70 , 10
[L=23477.1]
loving the supreme spirit S3Br. xiv ( Br2A1rUp. )
(H3) ātma--kāma [p= 1319,2] [L=318520.1]
mfn. desirous of emancipation, Ja1takam.
 ātmakṛta
(H3) ātmá--kṛta [p= 135,2] [L=23481]
mfn. (ātmá-) done or committed against one's self VS. viii , 13
[L=23481.1]
done of one's self , self-executed R. ii , 46 , 23.
 ātmagatam
(H4) ātma--gatam [L=23484]
ind. " gone to one's self " , (in dram.) aside (to denote that the words which follow are supposed to be heard by the audience only) S3ak. Ma1lav. Mr2icch. &c
 ātmagrāhin
(H3) ātma--grāhin [L=23491]
mfn. taking for one's self , selfish L.
 ātmacaturtha
(H3) ātma--caturtha [L=23497]
mfn. being one's self the fourth one with three others (N. of janārdana respecting his four heads?) Pa1n2. 6-3 , 6.
 ātmaja
(H3) ātma--ja [L=23499]
mfn. self-originated MBh. xii , 12449
(H3B) ātma--ja [L=23500]
m. (ifc. f(ā). R. ) " born from or begotten by one's self " , a son Nir. Mn. &c
(H3B) ātma--ja [L=23501]
m. N. of the fifth lunar mansion VarYogay.
(H3B) ātma--ja [L=23503]
m. " originating from intellect " , the reasoning faculty L.
 ātmajanman
(H3) ātma--janman [L=23504]
n. the birth (or re-birth) of one's self , i.e. the birth of a son Kum. vi , 28
(H3B) ātma--janman [L=23505]
m. (= -ja , m.) a son Ragh. i , 33 ; v , 36.
 ātmajña
(H3) ātma--jña [L=23506]
mfn. knowing one's self MBh. xii , 12440
[L=23507]
knowing the supreme spirit Veda1ntas.
 ātmajñāna
(H3) ātma--jñāna [L=23508]
n. self-knowledge MBh. v , 990 and 1167
[L=23509]
knowledge of the soul or supreme spirit Mn. xii , 85 and 92 MBh. Veda1ntas.
 ātmajyotis
(H3) ātma--jyotis [L=23510]
n. the light of the soul or supreme spirit MBh. xii , 6509
(H3B) ātmá-jyotis [L=23511]
mfn. receiving light from one's self S3Br. xiv MBh. xii , 783.
 ātmatantra
(H3) ātma--tantra [L=23514]
n. the basis of self MBh. xiii , 4399
(H3B) ātma--tantra [L=23515]
mfn. depending only on one's self , independent BhP. (cf. sva-tantra.)
 ātmatṛpta
(H3) ātma--tṛpta [L=23517]
mfn. self-satisfied Bhag. iii , 17.
 ātmatyāga
(H3) ātma--tyāga [L=23518]
m. self-forgetfulness , absence of mind Sus3r.
[L=23519]
suicide Das3.
 ātmatrāṇa
(H3) ātma--trāṇa [L=23521]
n. a means of saving one's self BhP.
 ātmadakṣiṇa
(H3) ātma--dakṣiṇa [L=23524]
mfn. (a sacrifice) in which one offers one's self as dakṣiṇā Ta1n2d2yaBr.
 ātmadarśa
(H3) ātma--darśa [L=23525]
m. " self-shower " , a mirror Ragh. vii , 65.
 ātmadāna
(H3) ātma--dāna [L=23528]
n. gift of self , self-sacrifice Katha1s.
 ātmadrohin
(H3) ātma--drohin [L=23531]
mfn. self-tormenting , fretful L.
 ātmanitya
(H3) ātma--nitya [L=23532]
mfn. constantly in the heart , greatly endeared to one's self MBh. i , 6080 ([= sva-vaśa Comm.])
 ātmanindā
(H3) ātma--nindā [L=23533]
f. self-reproach MBh. ii , 1542.
 ātmanivedana
(H3) ātma--nivedana [L=23534]
n. offering one's self to a deity BhP.
 ātmaniṣkrayaṇa
(H3) ātma--niṣkráyaṇa [L=23535]
mfn. ransoming one's self S3Br. xi KaushBr.
 ātmapa
(H3) ātma--pa [L=23536]
mfn. guarding one's self BhP.
 ātmapañcama
(H3) ātma--pañcama [L=23538]
mfn. being one's self the fifth one with four others Pa1n2. 6-3 , 5 Pat. Comm.
 ātmaparityāga
(H3) ātma--parityāga [L=23540]
m. self-sacrifice Hit.
 ātmapūjā
(H3) ātma--pūjā [L=23542]
f. self-praise MBh. ii , 1542 Pan5cat.
 ātmaprakāśa
(H3) ātma--prakāśa [L=23543]
mfn. self-shining , self-luminous Nr2isUp.
(H3B) ātma--prakāśa [L=23544]
m. N. of a commentary on VP.
 ātmaprabha
(H3) ātma--prabha [L=23547]
mfn. shining by one's own light , self-illuminated MBh. (Nala).
 ātmapraśaṃsaka
(H3) ātma--praśaṃsaka [L=23551]
mfn. self-praising , boasting MBh. xii , 5400.
 ātmapraśaṃsā
(H3) ātma--praśaṃsā [L=23552]
f. self-applause A1p. R.
 ātmabuddhi
(H3) ātma--buddhi [L=23556]
f. self-knowledge L.
 ātmabhava
(H3) ātma--bhava [p= 135,3] [L=23560]
m. becoming or existing of one's self
[L=23561]
" mind-born " , N. of kāma Mcar.
(H3B) ātma--bhava [L=23562]
mfn. produced in or caused by one's self R. ii , 64 , 69.
 ātmabhāva
(H3) ātma--bhāva [L=23564]
m. existence of the soul S3vetUp.
[L=23565]
the self , proper or peculiar nature Buddh.
[L=23566]
the body ib.
 ātmabhū
(H3) ātma--bhū [L=23567]
m. " self-born " , N. of brahmā S3ak. Kum. ii , 53
[L=23568]
of viṣṇu Ragh. x , 21
[L=23569]
of śiva S3ak.
[L=23570]
a brahman Bha1m.
[L=23571]
" mind-born " , N. of kāma BhP.
 ātmabhūta
(H3) ātma--bhūta [L=23572]
mfn. " become another's self " , attached to , faithful Mn. vii , 217 R. vii , 83 , 5.
 ātmamaya
(H3) ātma--maya [L=23574]
mf(ī)n. issued out from one's own self Nir. vi , 12.
 ātmamāna
(H3) ātma--māna [L=23575]
n. the regarding one's self as (e.g. learned &c ) Pa1n2. 3-2 , 83.
 ātmamūlī
(H3) ātma--mūlī [L=23577]
f. " striking root in self , self-existent " , the plant Alhagi Maurorum L.
 ātmambhari
(H3) ātma--° m-bhari [L=23578]
mfn. self-nourishing , taking care only for one's own person , selfish Pan5cat. Hit.
 ātmayājin
(H3) ātma--yājín [L=23580]
mfn. sacrificing for one's self S3Br. xi
[L=23581]
one who sacrifices himself Mn. xii , 91.
 ātmarakṣaṇa
(H3) ātma--rakṣaṇa [L=23588]
n. taking care of one's self MBh. xii , 5092.
 ātmavañcaka
(H3) ātma--vañcaka [L=23596]
mfn. deceiving one's self BhP.
 ātmavañcanā
(H3) ātma--vañcanā [L=23597]
f. self-delusion.
 ātmavat
(H3) ātma--vat [L=23598]
mfn. having a soul Nr2isUp.
[L=23599]
self-possessed , composed , prudent Mn. Ya1jn5. MBh. &c
(H3B) ātma--vat [L=23600]
ind. like one's self Hit.
 ātmavattā
(H4) ātma--vat---tā [L=23601]
f. self-possession , self-regard , prudence Mn. xi , 86 Ragh. viii , 83
[L=23602]
self-resemblance , proportion , analogy L.
 ātmavikraya
(H3) ātma--vikraya [L=23606]
m. sale of one's self i.e. of one's liberty Mn. xi , 59.
 ātmavivṛddhi
(H3) ātma--vivṛddhi [L=23611]
f. self-advantage L.
 ātmaśuddhi
(H3) ātma--śuddhi [L=23622]
f. self-purification Mn. xi , 164 Bhag. v , 11.
 ātmaślāgha
(H3) ātma--ślāgha [L=23623]
mfn. self-praising , boasting Ven2is.





ātmaguṇa
(H3) ātma--guṇa [L=23488]
n. virtue of the soul Gaut.
 ātmajñāna
(H3) ātma--jñāna [L=23508]
n. self-knowledge MBh. v , 990 and 1167
[L=23509]
knowledge of the soul or supreme spirit Mn. xii , 85 and 92 MBh. Veda1ntas.
 ātmajyotis
(H3) ātma--jyotis [L=23510]
n. the light of the soul or supreme spirit MBh. xii , 6509
(H3B) ātmá-jyotis [L=23511]
mfn. receiving light from one's self S3Br. xiv MBh. xii , 783.
 ātmatattva
(H3) ātma--tattva [L=23512]
n. the true nature of the soul or of the supreme spirit S3vetUp.
 ātmadarśana
(H3) ātma--darśana [L=23526]
n. seeing the soul of or in (in comp.) Ya1jn5. iii , 157 (cf. Mn. xii , 91.)
 ātmadūṣi
(H3) ātma--dū́ṣi [L=23529]
mfn. corrupting the soul AV. xvi , 1 , 3.
 ātmapāta
(H3) ātma--pāta [L=23541]
m. " descent of the soul " , re-birth BhP.
 ātmaprabodha
(H3) ātma--prabodha [L=23546]
m. " cognition of soul or supreme spirit " , N. of an upaniṣad.
 ātmapravāda
(H3) ātma--pravāda [L=23549]
m. " dogmas about the soul or supreme spirit " , N. of the seventh of the fourteen pūrvas or most ancient sacred writings of the jainas
[L=23550]
" those who assert the dogmas about the supreme spirit " , N. of a philosophical school Nir. xiii , 9.
 ātmabodha
(H3) ātma--bodha [p= 135,3] [L=23557]
m. " knowledge of soul or supreme spirit " N. of wk. of śaṃkarācārya
[L=23558]
of one of the upaniṣads of the atharva-veda
[L=23559]
the possession of a knowledge of soul or the supreme spirit.
 ātmabhāva
(H3) ātma--bhāva [L=23564]
m. existence of the soul S3vetUp.
[L=23565]
the self , proper or peculiar nature Buddh.
[L=23566]
the body ib.
 ātmamūrti
(H3) ātma--mūrti [L=23576]
mfn. one whose body is the soul Ra1matUp.
 ātmavat
(H3) ātma--vat [L=23598]
mfn. having a soul Nr2isUp.
[L=23599]
self-possessed , composed , prudent Mn. Ya1jn5. MBh. &c
(H3B) ātma--vat [L=23600]
ind. like one's self Hit.
 ātmavid
(H3) ātma--víd [L=23607]
mfn. knowing the nature of the soul or supreme spirit S3Br. xiv Up. MBh.
 ātmavidyā
(H3) ātma--vidyā́ [L=23609]
f. knowledge of soul or the supreme spirit S3Br. x Mn. vii , 43.
 ātmasammita
(H3) ātmá--sammita [L=23639]
mfn. (ātmá-) corresponding to the person S3Br. vi-x
[L=23639.1]
resembling the soul or supreme spirit ChUp.
 ātmahan
(H3) ātma--han [L=23647]
mfn. one who kills his soul i.e. does not care about the welfare of his soul I1s3aUp. BhP.
(H3B) ātma--han [L=23648]
m. a suicide MBh. i , 6839
(H3B) ātma--han [p= 136,1] [L=23649]
m. a priest in a temple attendant upon an idol (the priest subsisting by appropriating to himself offerings to deities for which future punishment is assigned) L.
 ātmānanda
(H3) ātmā* nanda [L=23660]
mfn. rejoicing in the soul or supreme spirit Nr2isUp.
 ātmābhilāṣa
(H3) ātmā* bhilāṣa [L=23667]
m. the soul's desire Megh.
 ānandamayakoṣa
(H4) ā-nandá--maya---koṣa [p= 140,1] [L=24410]
m. the innermost case of the body , the causal frame enshrining the soul.



pratyātma

praty--ātma [p= 664,2] [L=132062]
ibc.) for every soul , in every soul Sarvad.

ibc.) singly Pat.

(H3) 

(
[L=132062.1](

 pratyātmam

praty--āt° mam [L=132063]
for every soul , in every soul Sarvad.

Pat.

(H3) 

ind.
[L=132063.1]singly

pradhānātman

pradhānā* tman [L=134935]
supreme or universal soul , N. of viṣṇu VP.

viśva-bhāvana W. )

(H3) 

m.
[L=134936](identified with the original cause of the universe or