"Self-realization is meant to ensure fulfilment for one’s own self. It is not reaching somewhere or getting at something external, like going to the peak of a mountain. The attainment is in dissolving the mind and intelligence, and getting into the very core of oneself. In other words, it is like multiplying everything with zero."

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Narayanashrama Tapovanam Glossary

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aapnoti

sanskrit: आप्नोति ; attains.

abhaya

sanskrit : अभय ; a state absolutely free of fear

abhimāna

sanskrit : अभिमान; conviction about oneself.

abhyāsa

sanskrit : अभ्यास ; assiduous practice

abhyasa

sanskrit : अभ्यास ; Practice, exercise.

acala

Sanskrit : अचल ; non-moving, stationary.

āchāra

sanskrit: आचार ; custom, practice, an established rule of conduct.

āchārya

Sanskrit: आचार्य; instructor, teacher, one who lives by the teaching to become a role model.

adharma

Sanskrit : अधर्म; unrighteousness , injustice , irreligion , wickedness.

adhikāra

Sanskrit : अधिकार ; competence.

adhiṣṭhāna

sanskrit : अधिष्ठान ; substratum

adhyāsa

sanskrit : अध्यास; superimposition

Ādhyātmic

sanskrit : आध्यात्मिक ; relating to self or to the soul; proceeding from bodily and mental causes within one's own self.

adhyātmika

sanskrit : अध्यात्मिक ; spiritual

advaita

sanskrit : अद्वैत ; non-dual, one without equal 

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