The philosophy of Advaita Vedanta is one of the few spiritual philosophies that conform to science. We need only to break out of the grip of our thoughts and sensations and then we will break out of identifying ourselves as our individual consciousness and realize that in fact we are nothing other than Absolute Brahman. Pray that the true God will reveal Himself to this community and use Brahmans to preach and teach about Jesus Christ.

Few today have seriously studied, let along memorized, the ancient Vedas; but one is more likely to find a person knowledgeable about the Vedas and other Hindu texts and teachings among Brahmans than among any non-Brahman caste group. Hohenboken (1987) found Brahmans can become extremely docile if handled gently.

This does not mean that the Universe does not exist, but that it has no absolute reality, its reality is of the nature of Maya, it is only relatively real, that is, its reality is ambiguous. But within this ceaseless flow of individual consciousness, there is the Absolute which holds it together.

Beyond this surface reality lies the true Absolute Reality, and that is Brahman. The father explains that it is like the 'Self of the whole world', the universal Atman, otherwise known as Brahman. Brahmans are characterised by a hump above the shoulders and a pronounced dewlap.

Videha Mukti is the one who realizes Brahman but for others he is a realized soul, only after he leaves the body. In Brahman cattle glycogenosis type II results in early-onset signs of poor growth and neurologic dysfunction. In the Advaita school, the mystic phrase that is seen to be the only possible (and still thoroughly inadequate) description of Brahman that humans, with limited minds and being, can entertain is Sacchidananda.

One factor contributing to the great heat tolerance of Brahmans, discovered in the Missouri studies, is that they produce less internal body heat in warm weather than do cattle of European breeds. Assuming myriad forms He becomes Saguna Brahman, the one with attributes and qualifications.