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Unlike the fMRI studies performed in drug development that require anesthetized, unconscious animals, Ekam Imaging's fMRI translational technology produces detailed maps of a conscious animal's brain activity, a state that much better represents the human condition.
It says that an absolute being (Tat Ekam), which is identical to Satya or Truth, existed eternally.
ekagarikah: aikagarikat caure, (The word ekagarika means 'a theif'); ekagaram sodha, (there are six types of ekagaram); ekam asahayam agaram prayojanam asya jighamsor aikagarika iti, (the killer or the terrorist who has a lone motive, and thus he is called aikagarika); mumusisor aikagarika iti va (the desirous of stealing is also otherwise called aikagarika); Aikagarika lexically means just a person who has a lone abode.
Following the launch of its European Key Account Manager (EKAM) team, Shell Lubricants has appointed Steve Crelling as key account manager, specialising in the food and beverage sectors.
From the special viewpoint of this absolute awareness, all duality (dvaita) vanishes, since the Absolute alone is absolute, is One-without-a-second (ekam advitiyam).
Key aspect of his analysis is the organizational positioning of a new European Key Account Management (EKAM) "between" the supplier company and its often nationally operating autonomous country specific organizations.
Advaita questions the logic of Christian ontology: how, finally, could anything or anyone co-exist with that One (tad ekam) who is by nature the plenitude of being?
Brahman is one without a second (ekam eva advitiyam) and all jivatmas are not separate but one Brahman.
The foundation of religious pluralism in India could be the Upanishadic saying, " Ekam Sat Vipra Bahudha Vadanti" It means "That which exists is ONE; sages call it by various names." This philosophical foundation motivated the people of India not only to accept the religions that came to India from outside, but also to embrace and integrate them into its composite culture and civilization.
[11] [astaka-na*]vaka-nala[bhya]m apavimcya ksetra-kulyavapam ekam dattam.