The philosophy of Advaita Vedanta is one of the few spiritual philosophies that conform to science. From our accumulated capital of karma (consequences of karma), also called 'Sanchita karma' (net fructifying results of our thoughts and actions) that decides the form and the place we are born in. When this prarabdha karma is exhausted, the individual jivan leaves the body and is reborn in a new body, again based on the accumulated thoughts and actions, including from the current life.

In Advaita Vedanta, Brahman is without attributes and strictly impersonal. However, Brahman cattle are more inquisitive and investigate or follow a person or a dog. Brahman in Hinduism is similar to Universal love in the sense that Brahman is not associated with any culture, nation or race of people.

1) In Hinduism, Brahman is "the unchanging reality amidst and beyond the world", which "cannot be exactly defined". For thought processes there is active information serving as a link between our two material and spiritual sides (The age-old mind-body issue).

Brahman is surrounded by an ocean of mind, an ocean of Prana and an ocean of ether and Tanmatras. The Atman and Brahman are concepts from the Vedanta branch of Hinduism that represent respectively Makers Makings your individual consciousness and universal consciousness The Brahman is thus a pantheistic perspective on the divine.

In the Bhagavad-Gita we come across the path of action which combines the rest of the three into one integrated whole in which a devotee has to live his life with a sense of supreme sacrifice, performing his actions with detachment, without any desire for the fruit of actions and offering them to God with pure devotion and total surrender.