UNIVERSAL LOVE is used in three different ways. While Brahman lies behind the Kundalini sum total of the objective Universe , some human minds boggle at any attempt to explain it with only the tools provided by reason. It can be said that there is only one Atman or Brahman and many jivas all inclusive from single celled amoeba to human.

This is the goal of spirituality in Advaita Vedanta. It is said that brahman cannot be known, that we cannot be made conscious of it, because brahman is our very consciousness. All personal forms of God such as Vishnu or Shiva are different aspects of God in personal form or God with attributes, Saguna Brahman.

Jiva, the individual soul and Brahman- the collective soul- are qualitatively the same, and therefore inextricably inseparable. He exists in the individual being as Atman, the Enjoyer who delights in Himself, without undergoing any change, but willing to participate in the cycle of births and deaths and bear witness to all the illusions of life.

Vyasa employs the words "janmadyasya yatah", which comprise the second sutra of the Vedanta Sutra, in the first verse of the Bhagavata Purana to establish that Krishna is Brahman, the Absolute Truth. Discerning opinions and heart attitudes is difficult, but it seems that only a small minority of today's Brahmans would uphold what was once considered Brahman orthodoxy: that Brahmans are better by birth than all other peoples.

As far as present ideas are concerned, we can consider those spiritual realities emerging from the mind such as ideas, thoughts and information. In the Rig Veda, Brahman gives rise to the primordial being Hiranyagarbha that is equated with the creator God Brahmā.