Please teach us a little about the Paramatman and its relation to the jivas.
Paramatman is the absolute atman, or supreme Self, in various philosophies such as the Vedanta and Yoga schools in Hindu theology, as well as other Indian religions like Sikhism.
The Paramatman is the Supreme Soul, or the collection of all the individual souls in existence, which are known as the jivas.
The Jivatman or spirit is self-existent above the manifested or instrumental being — it is superior to birth and death, always the same; it is the individual self or Atman, the eternal true being of the individual.
In Devi Gita, we discussed the relation of the space inside a container to space outside the container: contained space, as compared with unlimited, infinite space.
The quality or character of the space is the same; the only difference is that the contained space is defined as unique because of the limitations of the container. That is known as Maya.
In the same way, every jiva is defined as unique because it is confined within an individual form, a body, whereas the individual soul has the exact same character, attributes, posts (upadhis) as the Supreme Soul.
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