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Buddha Nature and Atma
As in Buddhist practice, the choice is not between being somebody and nobody.
The choice or possibility, is being encrusted with a false-sense-representation or being authentic.
Gurmat presents that only when the Atman is cleared of veils of illusion (false-self) can the naked union experienced between Atma and Braham or Ek Oankaar.
In Buddhism this is expressed as the union of emptiness and the wisdom in sutra, the union of the pledge and wisdom beings in Tantric practice or the union of open awareness and the expanse brimming with potent emptiness in Dzogchen. (Klien 2006)
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