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Advayata

(Advayatā) A Sanskrit word indicating “oneness” or more literally “non-duality,” from dvaya, “dual,” with the negative prefix a- and the abstract suffix -ta‚ “-ness.” Although the term is not commonly used in mainstream theosophical literature it is quite relevant to the theosophical philosophy which stresses the “oneness” of all things.

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