(49); (b) Relative immortality, such as oneness with the gods or dissolution in Prakriti, (34,40,48,49). Avaantaraphalam: The internal fruit which is not predominant (31) Avidyaa: (a) Nascence or misconception of Atman (12,24,26); (b) Karma which is other than vidyaa (meditation). (30.31,32); (c) The undifferentiated seed of the world. In is used in this last sense only in this Bhaashya, and nowhere else in any other Bhaashya ascribed to Shankara. (36) Avidyaakaaryam: The effect of Avidyaa such as delusion and grief (24) Avyktam: The subtle, potential state of the differentiated world; Brahman as presiding over it (22) Avyaktaadisthaavaraamtaani: From Brahman up to immovable creatures (22). Avyaakritam: The undifferentiated form of the world, Avyaakrita (35,36,38,40) Asuraaha: beings hampered by desires of the fruits of their Karma (12) Aagamaha: Teaching handed down by successive series of teachers and disciples (32) Aatmaa: (a) oneself (6,8,); (b) the real Self of all beings (1,2,3,5,7,10-12,14,17,18,20,21,23,26,27). Aatmachaitanyam: The consciousness of Ataman (15) Aatma Chaitanyaabhaasaha: The reflection or semblance of the Pure consciousness of Atman, (15). Aatma jnaananishthaa: Being devoted to the Intuitive knowledge of the self (8). Aatma tattwam: The real nature of Atman, (14,16,20) Aatmaswaroopa nishthaa; Aatmaswaroopaavasthaanam: Staying in the intrins
ic nature of the self, who is one’s real self (27).
Aatmaikatwar vijnaanam: The Intuition of the Absolute oneness of the Self without a second (3,29). Aadityamandalastham Brahma: Hiranyagarbha (Brahman) who resides in the sun (43).