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I am Brahman 

"You are not the body, You were not the body, You are not going to remain the body, it’s a fact. But despite knowing all these things, we are having some subtle ego, intellectual ego, mind-based ego. We are accepting it literally. We are accepting it intellectually; we are accepting it egoistically. But not accepting it Ultimately. “Yes, my Master says I Am Brahman, I Am Brahman!”

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 ‘I Am Brahman, Brahman I Am’.

The term Brahman is used in Hinduism to describe God or the Supreme Being. The term may also be used in relation to 'divine consciousness'. In essence, Brahman represents the supreme, universal spirit, indicating we are all one.  The cow is regarded as a symbol of Brahman in Hinduism.