RIG VEDA: ~ May
ye never accept
another God in place of the Atman nor worship other than the Atman
RIG VEDA: ~ The Atman (Soul) is the cause; Atman is the support of all that exists in this universe. May
ye never turn away from the Atman the innermost
self. May ye never accept another God in place of the Atman nor worship other
than the Atman?" (10:48, 5)
The Bhagavad Gita: ~ Brahmano hi pratisthaham Brahman (God) is considered the all-pervading consciousness which is the basis of all the animate and inanimate entities and material (Gita 14.27)
The Upanishads say in effect that: ~ if you believe that the Soul is one and God (Brahman) is another you cannot understand Truth.
Brihad Upanishad: ~ “If you think there is another entity, whether man or God there is no truth."
Rig-Veda 1-164-46 and Y.V 32-1 clearly mention that God is “One”. And never accept another God in place of the Atman nor worship other than the Atman
It means the ultimate truth is God. That is Atman is Brahman. That is the Soul, the innermost Self, is the ultimate truth. Thus, the ‘Soul’ is ‘God’.
The Soul, the innermost Self, is in the form of the Spirit (consciousness) is the ultimate truth and it is God.
The Soul is hidden within the mind. And the mind is within the Soul. The mind is present in the form of the universe and the Soul is present in the form of the consciousness. The universe appears as waking or dream (duality) and disappears as deep sleep (nonduality). The one that witnesses the coming and going of the three states is the Soul. On the standpoint of the Soul, the three states which comes and goes are mere an illusion.
The mind is within the Soul and Soul is within the mind.
The chicken is in the egg and the egg is in the chicken. The tree is in the seed and the seed is in the tree.
The same thing that was told by the Vedas was repeated by the Saint John (10-38
)~ Father is in me and I am in Father.