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Advaita means Not-Two = Nondualism, Vedanta: End of knowledge. Freely translated, this means that all knowledge comes to its end in the experience of Non-Duality of mind and matter.

Advaita is a philosophical direction from India and many other traditions indicating the indivisible Oneness. Whilst elsehwere is made a difference between Creation, Creator and creatures, in Advaita there is only the One which manifests itself in infinite different forms. Therefore, in the end, the perception of any form, the one who is perceiving and the perceived object are an indivisible whole in it’s essence.

Famous representatives are Adi Shankara and in recent times Sri Ramana Maharshi, Papaji and Madhukar.