Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: atma

  ātmā—the Supersoul    SB 1.13.48, SB 2.1.39, SB 2.2.6, SB 2.4.19, SB 2.10.9, SB 3.9.22, SB 3.9.42, SB 4.16.19, SB 4.29.50, SB 4.31.13 (and more...)
  ātma—self    Bg 5.11, Bg 6.32, Bg 17.16, Bg 18.36-37, SB 1.2.22, SB 1.6.36, SB 1.11.37, SB 2.5.4, SB 2.6.35, SB 2.6.40-41 (and more...)
  ātmā—Self    Bg 9.5, Bg 15.17, SB 1.2.5, SB 1.5.2, SB 1.5.5, SB 1.18.50, SB 2.6.39, SB 3.5.23, SB 3.6.8, SB 3.6.39 (and more...)
  ātmā—the soul    SB 1.6.35, SB 4.29.17, SB 7.2.41, SB 7.2.45, SB 7.2.47, SB 7.3.33, SB 7.15.54, SB 8.7.25, Madhya 20.161, Madhya 24.78
  ātmā—mind    Bg 6.5, Bg 6.6, Bg 6.13-14, SB 2.9.8, SB 6.14.20, SB 8.5.38, Antya 14.41
  ātma—own    SB 1.7.39, SB 2.1.4, SB 2.9.27, SB 3.17.16, SB-4.21.33, SB 4.22.53
  ātmā—Supersoul.    SB 3.9.12, SB 4.29.51, Adi 2.50, Adi 2.60, Madhya 24.137, Madhya 25.138
  ātmā—the Supreme Soul    SB 3.13.13, SB 3.26.3, SB 4.9.15, SB 5.19.6, SB 7.14.13, SB 8.24.52
  ātma—personal    SB 1.1.18, SB 2.4.6, SB 4.16.15, SB 4.17.27, Antya 4.63
  ātmā—soul    Bg 3.6, Bg 10.20, Bg 11.24, SB 1.8.14, SB 4.13.7
  ātma—the Supersoul    SB 1.9.42, SB 4.1.15, SB 4.12.5, SB 8.1.10
  ātma—body    SB 2.4.2, SB 3.30.6, SB 4.7.28, SB 4.12.16
  ātma—the self    SB 2.7.19, SB 3.7.16, SB 3.16.17, SB 6.7.29-30
  ātmā—the spirit soul    Bg 3.27, SB 3.28.43, SB 6.17.19, SB 8.16.19
  ātmā—the self    Bg 13.33, SB 1.1.11, SB 1.2.6, SB 4.31.13
  ātmā—the body    SB 1.13.21, SB 6.10.4, SB 7.10.8, SB 8.19.40
  ātmā—the mind    SB 3.16.13, SB 5.11.5, SB 6.10.9, SB 6.14.21
  ātma—the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 2.9.1, SB 3.15.39, SB 3.24.42
  ātmā—the living entity    SB 2.7.53, SB 3.32.38, Madhya 24.309
  ātmā—the living force    SB 4.16.12, SB 5.22.5, Madhya 25.133
  ātma—heart    Bg 6.11-12, SB 3.30.8
  ātma—of Himself    SB 3.13.26, Antya 4.192
  ātma—the mind    SB 3.33.2, SB 5.5.10-13
  ātma—of the soul    SB 4.22.31, SB 10.10.30-31
  ātma—of the mind    SB 4.27.28, SB 5.2.2
  ātmā—body    Bg 4.6, SB 3.23.11
  ātmā—living entity    Bg 6.8, Antya 4.178
  ātmā—mind.    SB 1.9.34, SB 3.8.33
  ātmā—spirit soul.    SB 1.17.34, SB 7.2.22
  ātmā—whose mind    SB 4.31.8, SB 6.14.5
  ātmā—the life and soul    SB 5.18.13, SB 5.20.46
  ātmā—himself    SB 7.6.14, Adi 3.107
  ātmā—ātmā    Madhya 17.129, Madhya 24.165
  ātmā—the most dear    Madhya 20.138, Madhya 25.136
  ātma—within    Bg 10.11
  ātma—Yourself    Bg 10.16
  ātma—one's own    Bg 16.18
  ātma—spirit    SB 1.3.39
  ātma—self-realized    SB 1.5.7
  ātma—living being    SB 1.5.28
  ātma—the tree of work    SB 1.5.34
  ātma—Supersoul    SB 1.10.24
  ātma—the spirit    SB 2.7.5
  ātma—his    SB 3.20.40
  ātma—of the mind and senses    SB 3.21.23
  ātma—in Himself    SB 3.24.33
  ātma—and the mind    SB 3.26.34
  ātma—in the living entities    SB 4.7.39
  ātma—upon the Supersoul    SB 4.11.11
  ātma—by Yourself    SB 4.17.34
  ātma—soul    SB 4.24.39
  ātma—by the body and mind    SB 4.29.23-25
  ātma—the body and mind    SB 4.29.32
  ātma—of spiritual knowledge    SB 4.29.1a-2a
  ātma—the Supreme Self    SB 5.1.7
  ātma—to the body    SB 6.11.27
  ātma—and of the soul    SB 6.16.63
  ātma—by a manifestation of Yourself    SB 7.9.32
  ātma—into the self    SB 7.11.8-12
  ātma—in the body    SB 7.14.3-4
  ātma—of one’s self    SB 7.15.65
  ātma—the mind and body    SB 8.3.18
  ātma—the devotees are the Lord’s heart and soul    SB 10.12.37
  ātma—of all living entities    SB 10.12.39
  ātma—by themselves    Adi 2.21
  ātma—and of the Supersoul (Paramātmā)    Adi 2.26
  ātma—Himself    Adi 14.33
  ātma—ātmā    Madhya 24.77
  ātma—of the Supreme    Madhya 25.133
  ātma—mind    Antya 10.76
  ātmā—person    Bg 4.40
  ātmā—spirit    Bg 13.32
  ātmā—living being    SB 1.4.30
  ātmā—mentally    SB 1.6.14
  ātmā—the soul.    SB 1.9.41
  ātmā—the gross senses and the subtle mind    SB 1.13.53
  ātmā—consciousness    SB 2.6.12
  ātmā—life and soul    SB 2.9.23
  ātmā—form    SB 2.10.32
  ātmā—in His own form    SB 3.5.23
  ātmā—full consciousness    SB 3.5.28
  ātmā—reservoir    SB 3.5.28
  ātmā—soul or source    SB 3.5.29
  ātmā—pure self    SB 3.7.5
  ātmā—you    SB 3.9.43
  ātmā—the individual soul    SB 3.27.2
  ātmā—the Paramātmā    SB 3.28.41
  ātmā—life, soul    SB 3.29.33
  ātmā—his mind    SB 3.30.18
  ātmā—the pure soul    SB 3.31.13
  ātmā—self.    SB 4.16.10
  ātmā—the self or soul    SB 4.20.3
  ātmā—the goal of life    SB 4.22.16
  ātmā—consciousness, heart    SB 4.26.5
  ātmā—all-pervading, present everywhere    SB 5.11.13-14
  ātmā—the vital force    SB 5.11.13-14
  ātmā—whose self    SB 5.14.28
  ātmā—the heart and soul    SB 6.3.32
  ātmā—My soul    SB 6.4.46
  ātmā—the false ego    SB 6.12.11
  ātmā—the Supreme Lord    SB 6.16.11
  ātmā—Supersoul situated in everyone’s heart    SB 7.5.13
  ātmā—the original source    SB 7.6.20-23
  ātmā—the spirit soul, the part of the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 7.7.19-20
  ātmā—the original source of life    SB 7.7.49
  ātmā—the very self    SB 7.8.8
  ātmā—exactly like body and soul together    SB 7.10.49
  ātmā—the soul, mind, body and everything    SB 7.11.7
  ātmā—the degree of understanding    SB 7.14.38
  ātmā—heart and soul    SB 7.15.76
  ātmā—the living entities    SB 8.5.30
  ātmā—the Supersoul, the supreme father    SB 8.5.48
  ātmā—the moving force    SB 8.12.4
  ātmā—even his body    SB 8.22.22
  ātmā—and your soul    SB 9.10.28
  ātmā—the soul (becomes purified)    SB 10.5.4
  ātmā—the Supreme Soul, Kṛṣṇa    SB 10.13.27
  ātmā—the localized Paramātmā    Adi 2.6
  ātmā—Paramātmā    Adi 2.65
  ātmā—My self    Adi 6.102
  ātmā—his personal self    Madhya 10.32
  ātmā—localized Paramātmā    Madhya 20.157
  ātmā—whose nature    Madhya 23.5
  ātmā—the word ātmā    Madhya 24.12
  ātmā-śabde—by the word ātmā    Madhya 24.11, Madhya 24.168, Madhya 24.174, Madhya 24.186, Madhya 24.200, Madhya 24.285, Madhya 24.307
  prasanna-ātmā—fully joyful    Bg 18.54, Madhya 8.65, Madhya 24.132, Madhya 25.155
  ātma-bhūḥ—Lord Brahmā    SB 3.15.11, SB 6.7.20, SB 10.13.40, SB 10.13.43
  ātma-ja—children    SB 4.25.55, SB 5.5.3, SB 5.18.10, SB 6.11.27
  ātma-jam—his own son    SB 1.7.8, SB 1.18.41, SB 4.16.13, SB 5.8.27
  ātma-jān—sons    SB 5.1.24, SB 5.1.33, SB 5.2.19, SB 5.7.2
  sarva-ātmā—all-pervading    SB 4.22.60, SB 9.5.5, Madhya 18.191
  viśva-ātmā—the Supersoul of the entire universe    SB 4.6.3, SB 4.14.19, SB 10.1.3
  viśva-ātmā—the Supersoul    SB 4.20.19, SB 4.31.9, SB 9.18.12-14
  ātma-bhuvā—by Brahmā    SB 1.8.34, SB 3.12.20, SB 3.17.1
  ātma-bhūtānām—for persons performing severe austerities and penances    Madhya 8.227, Madhya 9.132, Madhya 24.86
  ātma-kṛtam—done by himself    SB 1.19.1, Madhya 6.261, Antya 9.77
  ātma-māyayā—by His internal potency    SB 2.8.23, SB 3.25.1, SB 3.25.3
  ātma-prabhavam—the source of everyone    Madhya 22.28, Madhya 22.112, Madhya 24.142
  ātma-tantraḥ—self-sufficient    SB 1.16.34, SB 4.7.26, SB 8.5.32
  akhila-ātma—as the soul of all    Adi 4.72, Madhya 8.163
  nivedita-ātmā—a fully surrendered soul    Madhya 22.103, Antya 4.194
  para-ātmā—the Supersoul    Adi 1.11, Adi 5.109
  praśānta-ātmā—completely satisfied, desireless    Madhya 19.150, Madhya 25.83
  sarva-ātmā—the Supersoul    SB 4.11.13, SB 8.7.40
  ātma-bhūyāya—for becoming of a similar nature    Madhya 22.103, Antya 4.194
  ātma-jam—his son    SB 4.9.37, SB 5.1.22
  ātma-jam—a son.    SB 6.14.30, SB 9.1.35
  ātma-jaḥ—the son    SB 5.15.1, SB 7.11.3
  ātma-jaḥ—the son.    SB 9.8.1, SB 9.22.11
  ātma-māyayā—by His personal potency    SB 1.2.30, SB 6.17.21
  ātma-māyām—own energy    SB 2.8.10, SB 2.10.30
  ātma-tantraḥ—self-independent    SB 1.3.36, SB 3.5.5
  ātma-vān—self-realized    SB 3.21.31, SB 6.2.36-37
  ātma-yoga-māyayā—by His own spiritual potency    SB 5.4.3, SB 5.20.41
  ātma-yoniḥ—Lord Brahmā    SB 9.14.14, Adi 6.102
  ātma-ārāmāḥ—persons who take pleasure in being transcendentally situated in the service of the Lord    Madhya 24.5, Madhya 25.159
  ātmā haite—than His own self    Adi 6.100, Adi 6.101
  abhinna-ātmā—without being disturbed in body or mind    SB 8.22.1
  adīna-ātmā—Mahārāja Nanda, who was so magnanimous    SB 10.5.15-16
  adhvara-ātmā—the supreme enjoyer of all sacrifices, the yajña-puruṣa    SB 5.15.12
  ajita-ātmā—one who cannot control his senses    SB 8.19.24
  akhila-devatā-ātmā—the origin of all demigods    SB 8.7.26
  andhīkṛta-ātmā—made blind to self-realization    SB 7.5.33
  antaḥ-ātmā—the mind    SB 5.11.6
  antaḥ-ātmā—whose mind and heart    SB 5.13.5
  antaḥ-ātmā—the Supersoul within the core of the heart.    SB 7.3.30
  antaḥ-ātmā-rūpe—in the form of the Supersoul    Adi 5.85
  anukampita-ātmā—the all-compassionate Lord    SB 3.2.15
  artha-ātma-gatayaḥ—all other means of perfection (namely religion, economic development, sense gratification and liberation)    SB 5.17.3
  asakta-ātmā—one who is not so attached    Bg 5.21
  asat-jita-ātmā—whose mind is not attracted to the material pleasure of life    SB 5.13.20
  asmṛta-ātmā—as if they had forgotten themselves    SB 10.13.30
  asura-ātma-jāḥ—O sons of demons    SB 7.6.19
  asura-ātma-jāḥ—O descendants of asuras    SB 7.7.51-52
  ati-dharma-ātmā—exceedingly religious    SB 9.24.10-11
  ati-ātma-pa-durga-mārgaḥ—escaping their caretakers because of increased affection for the calves, although the way was very rough and hard    SB 10.13.30
  atiśaya-ātma-buddhibhiḥ—by those whose intelligence has become fixed    SB 5.18.37
  avabodhaḥ ātmā—in spite of having different incarnations, You remain the Supreme, full of knowledge    SB 10.2.29
  avahita-ātmā—with great attention    SB 5.3.1
  ayam ātmā—the soul or spiritual identity    SB 10.4.19
  bhūta-ātma-bhūtāḥ—those who are equal to all living entities    SB 8.3.7
  bhūta-ātmā—having a body of matter    SB 2.8.9
  bhūta-ātmā—the Supersoul in all beings    SB 3.29.21
  bhūta-ātmā—the Supersoul of all living entities    SB 4.11.26
  bhūta-ātmā—the Supersoul of all living entities (the supreme director and enjoyer of them)    SB 6.16.51
  brahma-ātma-anubhavaḥ—perception of his own position as the Supreme Spirit    SB 5.15.7
  brahma-ātma-jādiṣu—and the sons of Lord Brahmā (such as Sanaka, Sanandana, Sanat and Sanātana)    SB 7.14.35
  brahma-ātmā—brahma and ātmā    Madhya 24.82
  cara-acara-ātmā—Kṛṣṇa, the all-pervading Supersoul    SB 10.6.8
  citta-ātmā—mind and intelligence    Bg 4.21
  cākṣuṣa-ātma-jāḥ—the sons of Cākṣuṣa.    SB 8.5.7
  śānta-ātmā—a peaceful attitude    SB 9.2.11-13
  śāstra-guru-ātma-rūpe—in the form of Vedic literature, the spiritual master and the Supersoul    Madhya 20.123
  daitya-ātma-jasya—of Prahlāda Mahārāja, the son of the demon    SB 7.10.47
  daitya-ātma-jā—the daughter of a demon    SB 6.6.44
  daiva-bhūta-ātma—all due to the body, supernatural power and other living beings    SB 1.10.6
  daiva-karma-ātma-rūpiṇaḥ—of the gigantic form of transcendental work, time and nature    SB 3.6.35
  deha-ādi-ātma-bhāva—the false bodily concept of life    SB 5.9.20
  deha-ātma-ja-ādiṣu—for the sake of one’s personal body or family, etc., with reference to the body    SB 8.9.29
  deha-ātma-māninām—of those who foolishly take the body to be the self    SB 5.14.1
  devatā-ātmā—the soul of the demigods    SB 2.7.11
  dharma-ātmā—righteous    Bg 9.31
  dhauta-ātmā—whose heart has been cleansed    SB 2.8.6
  durvitarkya-ātma-karmaṇe—unto You, who perform inconceivable activities    SB 8.5.50
  dvija-ātma-jaḥ—the son of a brāhmaṇa.    SB 1.7.19
  dvija-ātma-jāḥ—the sons of the brāhmaṇa    Madhya 8.146
  guṇa-traya-ātmā—consisting of the three modes    SB 3.32.9
  gṛhīta-ātmā—whose mind was fully attracted    SB 7.4.37
  ijya-ātma—the soul of all worshipable deities    SB 1.17.34
  jīva-bhūta-ātma-bhūte—who is the life and the Supersoul    SB 5.24.19
  jīva-ātma—living entities    SB 7.14.36
  jīva-ātmā—the individual spirit soul    SB 4.29.1a-2a
  jīva-ātmā—the living entity    SB 8.22.25
  jita-ātma—one who has conquered his mind    SB 4.8.20
  jita-ātmā—control of the mind, vigata-spṛhaḥ    Bg 18.49
  kailā ātma-samarpaṇa—he surrendered himself fully    Antya 13.130
  kalila-ātmā—polluted heart    SB 4.7.10
  kalā-ātma-vattva-ādi—of being a direct incarnation of the Lord    SB 5.15.6
  krodhavaśā-ātma-jāḥ—born from Krodhavaśā    SB 6.6.28
  kuṇapa-ātma-vādiṣu—among those who have accepted the dead body as the self    SB 4.4.13
  kṛṣṇera ātma-svarūpa—identical with Kṛṣṇa    Antya 5.148
  kāma-ātmā—lusty    SB 4.25.56
  labdha-ātmā—being situated in himself    SB 3.24.45
  mahā-ātmā—expanded intelligence    SB 3.14.48
  mahā-ātmā—great soul    SB 4.12.14
  mahā-ātmā—the great soul (who refrained from striking Indra with the club when he saw Indra morose and aggrieved)    SB 6.11.12
  mātṛ-svasṛ-ātma-jau—the sons of the mother’s sister    SB 7.1.46
  ṣaṭ-ātmā—six circumstances (lamentation, illusion, old age, death, hunger and thirst)    SB 10.2.27
  nibhṛta-ātmā—lonely and alone    SB 1.15.32
  nija-ātma—of one’s own self    SB 3.1.35
  nirjita-ātma—as one who has controlled his senses    SB 6.17.10
  nirjita-ātmā—who fully controlled his mind and self    SB 6.8.18
  niveśita-ātmā—with full attention    SB 1.15.33
  niyata-ātmā—controlling oneself    SB 8.16.59
  ṣoḍaśa-ātmā—the chief of the sixteen material elements (the five gross elements, the ten senses and the mind)    SB 5.11.5
  nṛpa-ātma-je—O daughter of the King    SB 3.28.1
  para-avara-ātma-āśrayaṇam—the shelter of all living entities, low and high    SB 8.7.27
  para-ātma—of the Personality of Godhead    SB 3.28.36
  para-ātma—of the Supreme Soul    SB 4.9.5
  para-ātma-darśanaḥ—realization of the Supreme Soul (spiritual knowledge)    SB 7.9.6
  para-ātma-niṣṭhā-mātra—only for the determination to serve Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 3.8
  para-ātma-niṣṭhām—devotion to the Supreme Person, Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 3.6
  parama-ātmā—Paramātmā    SB 3.32.26
  praṇata-ātma—surrendered soul    SB 4.7.30
  prahṛṣṭa-ātmā—being pleased in his body, mind and soul    SB 6.4.40
  pratibuddha-ātmā—being fully aware of spiritual knowledge    SB 6.16.15
  prativārya ātma-vatsapaiḥ—again He Himself was represented as the cowherd boys controlling and commanding the calves    SB 10.13.20
  pratyak-ātma—of the Supersoul    SB 6.9.42
  prīta-ātmā—fully satisfied    SB 3.1.5
  prīti-svabhāva-ātmā—whose heart is by nature always full of love    SB 3.21.12
  pāpa-ātmā—sinful man    Madhya 1.190
  rudra-ātmā—in the form of Rudra    SB 2.10.43
  sadā ātma-sthaiḥ—by those who are situated in eternity    SB 1.11.38
  sagara-ātma-jaiḥ—by the sons of Mahārāja Sagara    SB 5.19.29-30
  saha-ātma-jā—along with my children    SB 1.8.23
  saṅgata-ātmā—fully absorbed in thought of Me.    SB 4.8.82
  saṅkṣipta-ātma-vibhūtaye—unto the Lord, who had expanded His personal opulence but had now reduced His size to the Vāmana form.    SB 8.21.5
  samāhita-ātmā—he whose mind is fixed    SB 3.32.30
  sarva-bhūta-suhṛt-ātmā—who was thus the friend of all living entities    SB 5.10.8
  sarva-bhūta-ātma-bhūtam—the soul in all entities    SB 7.1.43
  sarva-bhūta-ātma-bhāvena—by a merciful attitude toward all living entities    SB 9.5.11
  sarva-śarīrī ātmā—the Supersoul of all living entities    SB 6.19.13
  sarva-ātma-bhāvam—all different varieties of devotional service    SB 9.4.21
  sarva-ātmā—who is all-pervading    SB 1.18.47
  sarva-ātmā—the Supersoul of all living entities    SB 4.7.49
  sarva-ātmā—the Supersoul of everyone    SB 4.19.3
  sarva-ātmā—the Supreme Lord, the Supersoul of all    SB 7.11.8-12
  sarva-ātmā—the Supersoul, Kṛṣṇa    SB 10.13.20
  sarvabhuta-ātmabhūta-ātmā—compassionate to all living entities    Bg 5.7
  sarvasva-ātma-nivedane—in fully dedicating oneself    Madhya 22.136
  sva-chanda-ātmā—full of self-desire    SB 3.25.3
  sva-ātma—own self    SB 3.4.18
  sva-ātma—regarding the self    SB 3.4.25
  sva-ātma-arpaṇam—the full surrendering of one’s self    SB 7.6.26
  sva-ātma-lābha-adhigamaḥ—who has achieved knowledge of the self    SB 5.9.9-10
  sva-ātma-māyayā—by Your own energy    SB 6.9.40
  sva-ātma-māyāyāḥ—by His internal potency    SB 3.4.3
  sva-ātma-ratau—enjoying in His internal potency    SB 3.8.10
  sva-ātma-vṛttam—the information of the history of self-realization    SB 7.13.45
  svayam ātmā—Kṛṣṇa, who is personally the Supreme Soul, the Supersoul    SB 10.13.20
  sāndra-ātmā—whose nature is very condensed    Madhya 23.7
  tat-tat-ātmā—as originally different individual souls    SB 10.13.21
  tat-ātma-jāḥ ca—and his children like Priyavrata, Uttānapāda, Devahūti, etc.    SB 2.7.43-45
  tattva-ātma—self-knowledge    SB 3.4.20
  trayī-ātmā—who consists of the three Vedas    SB 5.8.19
  trayī-ātmā—whose form manifests the Vedas    Madhya 20.333
  tri-bhuvana-ātma-bhavana—O Lord, You are the shelter of the three worlds because You are the Supersoul of the three worlds    SB 6.9.40
  tṛpta-ātmā—thus being fully satisfied    SB 9.5.19
  upaśānta-ātmā—completely free from all material desires    SB 7.15.55
  vaḍavā-ātma-jau—the sons of the wife known as Vaḍavā.    SB 8.13.10
  viśuddha-ātmā—a purified soul    Bg 5.7
  viśva-ātmā—the Lord as Paramātmā    SB 1.2.32
  viśva-ātmā—the Supersoul of the universe    SB 3.3.19
  viśva-ātmā—the Supersoul of the whole universe    SB 6.16.65
  viśva-ātmā—the soul of the universe, the Supersoul    SB 9.16.27
  vihvala-ātmā—whose mind was agitated    SB 8.12.22
  vijita-ātma—conquered    SB 7.9.22
  vijita-ātmā—self-controlled    Bg 5.7
  vijñāna-ātmā—unalloyed goodness    SB 3.5.27
  viṣaṇṇa-ātmā—therefore very morose    SB 9.7.8
  viṣaya-ātma-keṣu—who are too addicted to sense enjoyment    SB 7.6.17-18
  vismṛta-ātma-gatiḥ—having forgotten the knowledge of Viṣṇu    SB 4.2.23
  yata-ātmā—having controlled the senses and mind    Madhya 23.106-107
  yatā-atmā—endeavoring    Bg 12.13-14
  yoga-yukta-ātmā—one who is dovetailed in Kṛṣṇa consciousness    Bg 6.29
  yukta-ātmā—self-connected    Bg 5.21
  yukta-ātmā—engaged in devotional service    Bg 7.18
  yukta-ātmā—having the mind firmly set on    Bg 9.28
  ābhṛta-ātmā—one who is fully self-controlled    SB 4.8.56
  ādṛta-ātmā—being very respectful    SB 4.19.34
  ātma pavitrite—to purify Myself    Madhya 20.56
  ātma-aṁśa-bhūtām—a potency of the Supreme Soul    SB 8.12.42
  ātma-aṁśakena—by Your own part and parcel    SB 4.24.64
  ātma-abhicāraḥ—self-envy or envious of yourself (your mind has become your enemy)    SB 9.4.69
  ātma-aiśvarya—his own personal opulence    SB 9.15.25
  ātma-aiśvarya-smṛtiḥ—remembrance of the exalted transcendental position of Me, the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 6.9.47
  ātma-anubhūtau—unto self-realization    SB 7.13.44
  ātma-anubhūtyā—simply by understanding his constitutional position    SB 9.19.25
  ātma-anusmṛti—of remembrance of the Supreme Personality of Godhead    SB 5.24.22
  ātma-anuvartinā—which is received according to his desire and past activities    SB 7.7.47
  ātma-apahnavam—degrading oneself from the platform of tapasya    SB 9.6.49
  ātma-apāyam—own death    SB 7.2.57
  ātma-artham—selfish interest    SB 1.4.12
  ātma-aupamyena—just as one’s own self    SB 7.7.53
  ātma-aupamyena—with comparison to himself    SB 10.10.13
  ātma-avadyam—the fault you have committed    SB 9.14.12
  ātma-avagamaḥ—as far as my knowledge is concerned    SB 1.18.23
  ātma-avakāśam—a comfortable position for His body    SB 8.24.17
  ātma-bandhunā—own friend Lord Kṛṣṇa    SB 1.14.44
  ātma-bhava—self-born    SB 1.5.5
  ātma-bhūta-śabde—the word ātma-bhūta    Antya 7.28
  ātma-bhūtam—offspring.    SB 1.5.5
  ātma-bhūtam—the cause of all causes    SB 10.2.18
  ātma-bhūtasya—the soul of all souls    SB 5.20.20
  ātma-bhūte—situated within the body    SB 5.1.27
  ātma-bhūte—situated in the heart    SB 5.5.35
  ātma-bhūtena—who is the plenary expansion of the Lord    SB 3.5.26
  ātma-bhūtena—who is an expansion of His personal self    Madhya 20.275
  ātma-bhūtānām—of self-sufficient yogīs    SB 10.9.21
  ātma-bhūtānām—for persons performing severe austerities and penances or for personal associates    Antya 7.27
  ātma-bhūḥ—the firstborn (Brahmājī)    SB 2.4.25
  ātma-bhūḥ—born directly from the Lord    SB 2.8.25
  ātma-bhūḥ—self-advent    SB 3.10.30
  ātma-bhūḥ—Brahmā, who is self-born    SB 3.12.4
  ātma-bhūḥ—Lord Brahmā, who was born from the lotus flower    SB 7.3.14
  ātma-bhṛtam—sown in her    SB 3.21.29
  ātma-bhāsā—by its own illuminating rays    SB 5.21.3
  ātma-bhāvam—attraction of love    SB 2.4.3-4
  ātma-bhāvanam—who generates all living entities    SB 3.15.6
  ātma-bhāvanaḥ—always wishing to elevate the living entities    SB 4.22.16
  ātma-bhāvena—by thinking of them as one    SB 4.12.5
  ātma-bhāvena—as the Supersoul    SB 9.9.29
  ātma-bhāvitaḥ—realized by a devotee    SB 4.29.46
  ātma-bhāvitaḥ—who is seated in everyone's heart    Madhya 11.118
  ātma-bodhāḥ—knowledge of the constitutional position    SB 4.7.30
  ātma-buddheḥ—identification of the self    SB 5.5.10-13
  ātma-buddhi—concept of self    Adi 7.123
  ātma-buddhi—considering as the self    Madhya 6.173
  ātma-buddhiḥ—who considers these material things the ātma, or self    SB 5.13.4
  ātma-śabde—by the word ātma    Madhya 24.211
  ātma-śaktim—self-sufficient power    SB 2.5.5
  ātma-śaktiṣu—within our working capacity    SB 3.13.8
  ātma-śaktiḥ—the reservoir of all spiritual potencies.    SB 6.4.27-28
  ātma-śaktyā—with His internal potency    SB 3.9.23
  ātma-śaktyā—by Your own potency    SB 4.9.7
  ātma-śaktyā—by His personal potency    SB 8.1.13
  ātma-śamalam—coverings of the spirit soul    SB 2.7.3
  ātma-śamalam—own sinful activities    SB 5.26.32
  ātma-śaucam—purifying the heart    SB 4.29.84
  ātma-śaucena—with purity of mind and body    SB 3.23.2
  ātma-śīlam—own nature.    SB 1.19.23
  ātma-daivam—their worshipable Deity.    Madhya 24.177
  ātma-daivatam—the Lord of all living entities    SB 6.9.26-27
  ātma-darśanam—who manifests Himself.    SB 3.20.25
  ātma-darśanam—self-realization    SB 3.26.2
  ātma-darśanam—which helps self-realization    SB 9.6.54
  ātma-darśane—in self-realization.    SB 3.24.36
  ātma-daḥ—one who delivers    SB 1.15.17
  ātma-daḥ—who can give us our original identity    SB 4.31.13
  ātma-daḥ—giving Yourself    SB 6.16.34
  ātma-de—who gives Himself without hesitation    SB 5.24.21
  ātma-deha-stham—situated on the bodily self    SB 3.5.27
  ātma-devatā-buddhiḥ—accepting as the self or the demigods    SB 7.11.8-12
  ātma-dhana—simply dependent on the Lord    SB 4.31.21
  ātma-dhruk—envious of himself    SB 4.23.28
  ātma-duḥsthayā—giving trouble to oneself    SB 4.24.61
  ātma-dviṣām—of his enemies    SB 4.16.13
  ātma-dyota-guṇaiḥ channa-mahimne—unto You whose glories are covered by Your personal energy    SB 10.10.33
  ātma-dṛk—the self-realized.    SB 3.27.10
  ātma-dṛk—facing towards the Supersoul    SB 4.11.29
  ātma-dṛk—one who has seen or acquired self-realization    SB 4.24.7
  ātma-dṛk—one who can actually see the self    SB 7.13.5
  ātma-dṛk—a self-realized soul.    SB 9.19.20
  ātma-dāsye—in Your personal service.    Madhya 22.16
  ātma-īśvaram—his master    SB 1.13.35
  ātma-īśvaraḥ—the Lord of all living entities    SB 3.33.3
  ātma-īśvaraḥ—the Supersoul    SB 4.7.50
  ātma-īśvaraḥ—the master of the soul, the Supersoul    SB 7.6.2
  ātma-īśvaraḥ—the Supersoul giving direction to everyone    SB 8.12.7
  ātma-gatam—contained within itself    SB 3.26.20
  ātma-gatam—merged within Yourself    SB 7.8.43
  ātma-gataye—whose own position    SB 6.16.47
  ātma-gati—real purpose of life    SB 4.28.9
  ātma-gatim—spiritual realization    SB 2.7.3
  ātma-gatiḥ—spiritual advancement    SB 4.22.41
  ātma-gatiḥ—the ultimate goal of spiritual life    SB 4.23.12
  ātma-gatiḥ—the supreme destination    SB 8.24.28
  ātma-ghāta kaila—has committed suicide    Antya 2.156
  ātma-go-vatsān—now expanded into calves that were also He Himself    SB 10.13.20
  ātma-gopam—worthy to be protected by You    SB 3.16.23
  ātma-guṇaiḥ—by the transcendental qualities    SB 10.5.18
  ātma-guṇam—its own potency    SB 6.2.19
  ātma-guṇam—and His external energy    SB 8.5.30
  ātma-guhyam—all the mysteries of self-realization    SB 8.24.55
  ātma-gūḍham—dormant in Yourself    SB 7.9.33
  ātma-hanam—murderer of sons    SB 1.7.40
  ātma-indriya-jayena—by controlling the mind and senses    SB 3.32.34-36
  ātma-indriya-prīti—for the pleasure of one's own senses    Adi 4.165
  ātma-ja—son    SB 4.9.39-40
  ātma-ja—from the son    SB 5.8.25
  ātma-ja—sons and daughters    SB 8.3.18
  ātma-ja-ādiṣu—as well as in children    SB 7.14.3-4
  ātma-jaiḥ—along with her sons    SB 1.8.17
  ātma-jaiḥ—by the sons    SB 1.11.32
  ātma-jam—produced from himself.    SB 4.15.19
  ātma-jam—sufferings due to the body and mind    SB 7.15.24
  ātma-jam—as her own son, born of her body.    Madhya 19.204
  ātma-jam—her own son, born out of her body.    Antya 7.33
  ātma-jasya—of his son    SB 5.9.4
  ātma-jaḥ—son    SB 4.28.32
  ātma-jaḥ—a son    SB 5.3.17
  ātma-jau—unto the two sons    SB 5.20.31
  ātma-jaya-anubhāvita—perceivable by conquering the mind    SB 3.13.39
  ātma-jayaḥ—not being overwhelmed by bodily necessities    SB 7.11.22
  ātma-je—unto their son    SB 4.31.1
  ātma-je—to his own son.    SB 7.4.43
  ātma-jeṣu—unto his sons    SB 4.23.1-3
  ātma-jijñāsayā—by inquiry into spiritual realization or self-realization    SB 6.4.14
  ātma-jñāna-ānanda—satisfied in self-realization    SB 5.9.1-2
  ātma-jñāne—by the conception of the self    Madhya 24.201
  ātma-jyotiṣi—who is full of Brahman effulgence    SB 5.16.3
  ātma-jyotiḥ—the spirit soul, which was as brilliant as the effulgence of Brahman    SB 6.12.35
  ātma-jyotiḥ—the rays of His bodily luster, known as the brahmajyoti    SB 9.11.19
  ātma-jā—daughter    SB 3.22.15
  ātma-jā—his own daughter    SB 4.4.29
  ātma-jām—his own daughter    SB 3.21.27
  ātma-jām—the earth    SB 4.23.1-3
  ātma-jān—own sons    SB 1.7.41
  ātma-jān—His sons    SB 5.5.28
  ātma-jān—your own sons    SB 8.17.15
  ātma-jānām—of the daughters    SB 3.14.14
  ātma-jāḥ—sons and grandsons    SB 1.14.27
  ātma-jāḥ—your daughters    SB 3.24.15
  ātma-jāḥ—sons    SB 6.14.19
  ātma-jāḥ—sons.    SB 8.1.19
  ātma-jāḥ—the sons    SB 9.22.12-13
  ātma-jāya—unto his own son    SB 7.4.44
  ātma-kanyā—my own daughter    Madhya 5.71
  ātma-karma—destined engagement    SB 3.5.9
  ātma-karmabhiḥ—by the results of one’s karma (fruitive activities)    SB 6.14.55
  ātma-ketubhiḥ—by the functions of the inner airs (prāṇa, apāna, etc.)    SB 5.20.28
  ātma-kṛṣṇa-saṅga—personal association with Kṛṣṇa    Madhya 8.213
  ātma-kṛta—self-created    SB 3.9.19
  ātma-kṛtam—done by Me    SB 3.16.4
  ātma-kṛtam—done by yourself    SB 8.7.32
  ātma-kṛtaḥ—who has given this body    SB 9.18.43
  ātma-kṛtya-hata-kṛtyam—after performing religious rituals required after the death of Jaṭāyu, who died for the Lord’s cause    SB 9.10.12
  ātma-kāraṇāt—for sense enjoyment.    Bg 3.13
  ātma-labdhaye—for self-realization.    SB 7.7.40
  ātma-labdhā—those who have gained such self-achievement.    SB 3.7.14
  ātma-liṅga-viparyayam—the transformation of their sex into the opposite    SB 9.1.27
  ātma-liṅgam—the real form of the self.    SB 2.2.28
  ātma-liṅgam—existing as the false designation of the soul    SB 5.11.16
  ātma-loka-āvaraṇasya—from the covering of self-realization    SB 8.3.25
  ātma-lokam—the real identity of the self    SB 5.6.19
  ātma-loke—in the spiritual world    SB 6.9.33
  ātma-lābhaḥ—self-realization    SB 3.31.39
  ātma-lābhena—because of His own gain    SB 8.1.15
  ātma-lābhāt—than the attainment of You    SB 5.18.20
  ātma-lābhāya—thus going home, back to Godhead    SB 9.24.58
  ātma-madhye—among themselves    Madhya 25.22
  ātma-mahimā—glories of the Lord Himself    SB 2.7.26
  ātma-mana—body and mind    Madhya 8.288
  ātma-matim—the concept of the self    SB 5.13.25
  ātma-matiḥ—fully absorbed in thoughts of the Supreme Lord    SB 7.7.35
  ātma-medhasā—well versed in spiritual knowledge    SB 4.22.41
  ātma-medhasā—considering like one’s self    SB 4.31.2
  ātma-medhasā—by my own intelligence.    SB 9.5.20
  ātma-moham—the illusion of the body as the self    SB 4.7.44
  ātma-moham—bewilderment regarding the existence of the soul    SB 6.4.31
  ātma-moham—illusion of the self    Madhya 6.108
  ātma-mohanāt—which was covering the process of self-realization.    SB 8.22.16
  ātma-moṣam—which covers the constitutional position of the living entity.    SB 5.11.17
  ātma-mukhyān—the confidential ministers of Bali Mahārāja    SB 8.20.24
  ātma-mūlam—self-rooted    SB 3.9.16
  ātma-mūlaḥ—self-sufficient, having no other cause    SB 8.3.4
  ātma-mūlāya—who are the original source of everything    SB 8.3.13
  ātma-māṁsa—of his own flesh    SB 3.30.25
  ātma-mānena—by his (Brahmā’s) own measurement    SB 10.13.40
  ātma-māyayā—by My internal energy.    Bg 4.6
  ātma-māyayā—by His potencies.    SB 3.26.18
  ātma-māyayā—by the external energy of the Supreme Lord    SB 4.3.11
  ātma-māyayā—by His material energy    SB 4.7.39
  ātma-māyayā—by His inconceivable potency.    SB 4.12.6
  ātma-māyayā—by the illusory energy of the Lord    SB 6.2.36-37
  ātma-māyayā—by the external energy of the Lord.    SB 8.7.39
  ātma-māyayā—by the spiritual potency, the internal energy.    SB 8.12.21
  ātma-māyayā—by acting in His own spiritual energy    SB 10.3.46
  ātma-māyā—personal energies    SB 2.6.36
  ātma-māyā—of His own energy    SB 5.26.38
  ātma-māyā-guṇaiḥ—by the Supreme Personality of Godhead’s modes of material nature    SB 6.16.9
  ātma-māyām—My energy    SB 4.7.51
  ātma-māyām—the illusory energy, which can do and undo the inconceivable    SB 6.9.36
  ātma-māyām—His supreme compassion for the fallen souls    SB 9.24.57
  ātma-naipuṇya-mṛdita-kaṣāyaḥ—freed from all lust and anger by his expertise in such thinking    SB 5.7.6
  ātma-nigamam—exactly according to the ritualistic ceremonies of the Vedas    SB 9.24.66
  ātma-nikṣepa—full self-surrender    Madhya 22.100
  ātma-nindā—self-indictment    Madhya 6.201
  ātma-nindā kaila—made self-reproach    Madhya 15.259
  ātma-nirveśa-mātreṇa—as soon as He entered (between the two trees)    SB 10.10.26
  ātma-nivedana—surrendering fully.    Madhya 22.121
  ātma-nivedanam—surrendering everything, whatever one has    SB 7.5.23-24
  ātma-nivedanam—dedicating everything (body, mind and soul) for the service of the Lord    Madhya 9.259-260
  ātma-niyamaḥ—the daily duties of washing, chanting other mantras and so on, according to one’s practice    SB 8.16.28
  ātma-niyamāḥ—his personal activities for taking care of his body    SB 5.8.8
  ātma-nāśam—forgetfulness of one’s own constitutional position    SB 9.19.20
  ātma-para-buddhiḥ—the conception of one’s own and another’s    SB 7.9.31
  ātma-parīpsayā—to protect himself by expanding    SB 3.22.2
  ātma-paryanta—even up to His own self    Madhya 8.143
  ātma-paryanta—up to the point of His personal self    Madhya 24.42
  ātma-paryanta—giving Himself    Antya 1.107
  ātma-patha—the path of self-realization    SB 3.33.5
  ātma-pathaḥ—path of self-realization    SB 3.24.37
  ātma-pavitratā—of self-purification    Adi 11.57
  ātma-pradam—who gives Himself    SB 6.18.75
  ātma-pradaḥ—full satisfaction of self    SB 4.31.12
  ātma-pradīpāya—unto He who is self-effulgent or who gives enlightenment to the living entities    SB 8.3.10
  ātma-prajñaptaye—to disseminate transcendental knowledge    SB 3.25.1
  ātma-prasvāpanam—which had covered the mahat-tattva    SB 3.26.20
  ātma-prasādaḥ—self-satisfaction    SB 2.3.12
  ātma-pratyavamarśena—by self-realization    SB 5.1.38
  ātma-pratyayena—by assuming me to be like himself    SB 5.8.16
  ātma-priya-suhṛdaḥ—who have accepted You as the Supersoul, dearmost lover and friend    SB 6.9.39
  ātma-pātam—the place where spiritual culture or self-realization is stopped    SB 7.5.5
  ātma-pātaḥ—degradation of oneself.    SB 2.1.39
  ātma-rajaḥ—the sinful infection of the heart    SB 6.3.33
  ātma-rateḥ—self-satisfied    SB 5.1.17
  ātma-ratiḥ—takes pleasure    Bg 3.17
  ātma-ripoḥ—who are the traditional enemy of the family    SB 8.22.11
  ātma-ruciḥ—transcendental attraction    SB 1.5.25
  ātma-ruddhāni—hidden within yourself    SB 4.17.24
  ātma-rāma-gurubhiḥ—by those who are self-satisfied and who are considered to be spiritual masters of the world    SB 8.7.33
  ātma-sa-tattvam—the actual constitutional position of the soul    SB 5.13.24
  ātma-saṁśraye—residing in all living entities    SB 3.33.26
  ātma-saṁstham—placed in transcendence    Bg 6.25
  ātma-saṁstutiḥ—in praise of himself    Bg 14.22-25
  ātma-saṁvidaḥ—knowledge about the self    SB 8.24.46
  ātma-saṁyama—controlling the mind    Bg 4.27
  ātma-saṁyamane—by self-control    SB 7.15.9
  ātma-sadṛśa—and exactly like himself    SB 5.9.1-2
  ātma-sahacaraḥ—having the Supersoul as the only constant companion (no one should think of being alone)    SB 5.8.31
  ātma-sama—one of His confidential associates.    Madhya 22.102
  ātma-sama—as spiritual as Himself.    Antya 4.192
  ātma-sama—as my relatives.    Antya 9.120
  ātma-sama jñāna—the notion of equality    Madhya 19.225
  ātma-sama mānoṅ—I considered like my relatives.    Antya 9.125
  ātma-samam—as far as it can    SB 1.18.23
  ātma-samam—by dint of one's personal ability    SB 2.6.37
  ātma-samam—according to capacity    SB 4.30.41
  ātma-samam—self-similar    Adi 1.77
  ātma-samarpaṇa—self-surrender.    Madhya 4.66
  ātma-samarpaṇa—full surrender.    Madhya 22.99
  ātma-samarpaṇa—fully surrendering    Madhya 22.102
  ātma-samarpaṇa—complete surrender.    Antya 4.76
  ātma-samarpaṇam—surrendering one’s whole self    SB 7.11.8-12
  ātma-sambhāvanaḥ—interested in self -maintenance    SB 4.17.26
  ātma-sambhāvanena—by false prestige    SB 5.26.30
  ātma-sambhāvitāḥ—self-complacent    Bg 16.17
  ātma-samādhi—transcendental self-realization    SB 3.5.47
  ātma-samādhi-rūpeṇa—by meditating upon Him in trance    SB 5.17.16
  ātma-samādhinā—by self-absorption.    SB 3.27.22
  ātma-samādhinā—by being fully engaged in devotional service    SB 6.2.41
  ātma-samām—like Himself    SB 4.1.20
  ātma-samāna—exactly equal to him    SB 5.1.24
  ātma-samānānām—exactly like Himself    SB 5.4.8
  ātma-samāḥ—like his own prototype    SB 3.12.15
  ātma-sandarśana—when one sees his beloved    SB 9.10.31
  ātma-sargam—the cause of his creation    SB 3.8.20
  ātma-sargam—source of their existence    SB 3.20.43
  ātma-sauhṛdam—his family relationship.    SB 10.4.24
  ātma-smṛti—remembrance of one’s identity    SB 8.4.11-12
  ātma-smṛti nāhi—there was no bodily consciousness    Antya 5.65
  ātma-snapanam—bathing of the self    Antya 20.12
  ātma-sneha—of affection due to a relationship    SB 6.16.12
  ātma-sphūrti nāhi—forgot Himself    Antya 15.4
  ātma-sthaiḥ—which are situated in His own energy    Adi 2.55
  ātma-sthaiḥ—situated in His own energy    Adi 5.87
  ātma-stham—situated within myself    SB 1.6.15
  ātma-stham—situated in Himself    SB 3.12.32
  ātma-stham—situated within his body    SB 4.20.8
  ātma-stham—situated in self-realization    SB 4.23.18
  ātma-stham—within your hearts    SB 4.24.70
  ātma-stham—situated in the heart    SB 7.1.9
  ātma-sthaḥ—situated in his own self    SB 7.15.55
  ātma-suhṛdaḥ—of one who is the friend    SB 7.9.27
  ātma-sukha—the happiness of the self    Adi 4.167-169
  ātma-sukha-duḥkhe—in personal happiness or distress    Adi 4.174
  ātma-sukhera—of personal sense gratification    Antya 20.62
  ātma-sukhāya—for personal satisfaction by such pastimes    SB 7.9.13
  ātma-svarūpeṇa—by His expansion as the Supersoul    SB 5.11.13-14
  ātma-svarūpeṇa—by His original constitutional position as the Supersoul    SB 7.6.20-23
  ātma-sṛṣṭaiḥ—who are created by Him    SB 6.15.6
  ātma-sṛṣṭi—of Your own creation    SB 6.14.54
  ātma-sāmyam—personal equality    SB 4.30.9
  ātma-sāmyam—to a body exactly resembling that of Nārāyaṇa    SB 10.12.38
  ātma-sātha—merged    Antya 20.48
  ātma-tamase—the illusory energy of Your Lordship    SB 8.17.9
  ātma-tantram—fully self-independent    SB 4.24.61
  ātma-tantram—supremely independent.    SB 8.12.9
  ātma-tantrasya—of Lord Śiva, who is self-dependent    SB 4.6.7
  ātma-tantrasya—being self-sufficient, not dependent on any other person    SB 6.3.17
  ātma-tantraḥ—independent    SB 2.8.23
  ātma-tantraḥ—fully independent    SB 5.4.14
  ātma-tantraḥ—completely self-sufficient    SB 5.25.13
  ātma-tantre—fully under Your control    SB 8.6.10
  ātma-tanum—your body    SB 3.20.28
  ātma-tattva—transcendental    SB 2.5.1
  ātma-tattva—the science of God or that of the living entity    SB 2.9.4
  ātma-tattva—the science of self-realization    SB 3.32.34-36
  ātma-tattva-vidām—of the learned scholars who are aware of the spiritual science    SB 5.10.19
  ātma-tattva-vyūhena—by expansions of Himself in the quadruple forms Vāsudeva, Saṅkarṣaṇa, Pradyumna and Aniruddha    SB 5.17.14
  ātma-tattvam—knowledge of self, the ultimate truth    SB 2.1.2
  ātma-tattvam—Absolute Truth    SB 3.15.47
  ātma-tattvam—self-realization    SB 4.7.14
  ātma-tattvam—the truth of the self    SB 5.5.5
  ātma-tattvam—spiritual truth    SB 5.11.15
  ātma-tattvam—the science of self-realization    SB 8.24.56
  ātma-tattvān—the truth of the self    SB 3.15.30
  ātma-tejaḥ—Your spiritual power    SB 7.8.43
  ātma-trāṇam—just to save himself    SB 1.7.19
  ātma-tulya—as good as Himself    SB 1.11.11
  ātma-tulya—following their own    SB 5.2.21
  ātma-tulyaiḥ—almost equal to Himself    SB 6.9.29-30
  ātma-tulyam—My equal    SB 5.3.18
  ātma-tulyaḥ—exactly like his personal interest    SB 4.22.62
  ātma-tulyeṣu—to persons who are equals    SB 3.29.17
  ātma-tulyāni—all like Himself    SB 3.3.9
  ātma-tṛptaḥ—self-illuminated    Bg 3.17
  ātma-upaśama—controlling the senses    SB 1.3.9
  ātma-upajīvana—which are considered necessary to maintain body and soul together    SB 5.14.8
  ātma-upalambhanam—self-realization    SB 5.19.9
  ātma-vaśa—dependent upon one’s own control    SB 7.15.45
  ātma-vaśa—subordinate to Kṛṣṇa.    Madhya 17.137
  ātma-vaśa—under their control    Antya 16.121-122
  ātma-vaśyaiḥ—one who has control over    Bg 2.64
  ātma-vañcanā—cheating oneself    Madhya 24.99
  ātma-vaiśasam—torment of himself.    SB 3.30.26
  ātma-vañcitaiḥ—who themselves are cheated    SB 5.14.30
  ātma-vairūpya—deformation of the self    SB 1.17.13
  ātma-vantam—situated in the self    Bg 4.41
  ātma-vantam—very independent    SB 6.7.25
  ātma-vartma—self-sufficient    SB 3.6.39
  ātma-vastunaḥ—everything belongs to You, but You are outside and inside of everything.    SB 10.3.15-17
  ātma-vat—like yourselves    SB 3.15.32
  ātma-vat—as himself    SB 4.16.18
  ātma-vat—like the Supersoul    SB 7.4.31-32
  ātma-vataḥ—of one who had become perfectly situated on the transcendental platform    SB 5.8.29
  ātma-vatsakān—the calves belonging to His own personal friends    SB 10.13.14
  ātma-vattve—in the matter of self-control    SB 4.22.62
  ātma-vatām—interested in self-realization    SB 3.25.12
  ātma-vatām—of the transcendentalists    SB 4.22.16
  ātma-vatām—of great devotees who have achieved perfection    SB 5.8.29
  ātma-vatām—unto persons interested in self-realization    SB 5.19.9
  ātma-vatām—of self-realized persons like Sanaka and Sanātana    SB 5.24.21
  ātma-vatām—of all living entities    SB 7.3.30
  ātma-vīryeṇa—by his progeny    SB 4.30.12
  ātma-vibhūtayaḥ—personal opulences    Bg 10.19
  ātma-viśodhanāya—who purifies us of material contamination    SB 5.18.2
  ātma-viśuddhi-artham—for self-purification    SB 6.19.19-20
  ātma-vidaḥ—who was fully self-realized    SB 6.11.15
  ātma-vidyayā—by transcendental knowledge    SB 1.9.36
  ātma-vidyayā—by self-realization.    SB 10.5.4
  ātma-vidyā—transcendental knowledge    SB 2.3.25
  ātma-vidyā-viśāradaḥ—expert in transcendental science    SB 9.13.20-21
  ātma-vidyā-viśāradāḥ—expert in spiritual knowledge    SB 9.13.27
  ātma-vidyām—spiritual knowledge    SB 4.31.27
  ātma-vidyām ākhyāya—after instructing many people about self-realization    SB 5.15.4
  ātma-vidyāyām—in transcendental knowledge    SB 5.1.26
  ātma-vidām—of the self-realized souls    SB 4.23.29
  ātma-vihāraiḥ ca—enjoying Himself by Himself in different ways    SB 10.13.20
  ātma-vimocane—release from the internment.    Madhya 19.34
  ātma-vimokṣaṇe—to save himself    SB 8.2.31
  ātma-vinigrahaḥ—control    Bg 13.8-12
  ātma-viṣāṇe—on the two horns    SB 5.2.11
  ātma-viparyayaḥ—upset about self-identification    SB 3.7.10
  ātma-viparyayaḥ—the foolish understanding that one is the body    SB 10.4.20
  ātma-viparyāsaḥ—bewilderment of the living being    SB 7.2.25-26
  ātma-vit—a knower of spirit soul    SB 3.23.47
  ātma-vit—of the self-realized soul    SB 3.28.2
  ātma-vit—self-realized    SB 4.24.33
  ātma-vit—of the self-realized    SB 4.24.54
  ātma-vit—fully conscious by self-realization    SB 9.6.35-36
  ātma-vyatirikte—the bodily concept of life    SB 4.22.21
  ātma-vṛkṣasya—of the tree of the body    SB 8.19.39
  ātma-vṛndaiḥ—with His associates    Madhya 12.1
  ātma-vṛndaiḥ—with His personal associates    Madhya 14.1
  ātma-vṛttam—one’s own position    SB 9.18.16
  ātma-vṛtti—just to preserve the body    SB 4.8.72
  ātma-vṛtti—own profession    Adi 10.50
  ātma-vṛttiḥ—food for maintenance of the body    SB 5.2.13
  ātma-vāde—spiritual consideration    SB 4.22.47
  ātma-vān—self-possessed    SB 3.20.50
  ātma-vān—self-possessed, self-realized.    SB 3.27.8
  ātma-vān—fully conversant in spiritual education    SB 4.23.1-3
  ātma-vān—who has controlled his mind and realized his self    SB 5.18.10
  ātma-vān—a person who knows the self    SB 7.12.25
  ātma-yoga—by fixing the mind    SB 3.23.7
  ātma-yoga—based on meditation on the Lord    SB 3.33.37
  ātma-yoga-patayaḥ—the masters of self-realization by devotional service    SB 4.22.48
  ātma-yoga-samādhinā—absorption in bhakti-yoga    SB 6.9.33
  ātma-yogaiḥ—by spiritual processes    SB 7.7.21
  ātma-yogaḥ—personal mystic power.    SB 10.8.40
  ātma-yogena—by the devotional service of the Lord    SB 5.20.2
  ātma-yogāt—by My internal potency    Bg 11.47
  ātma-yone—O Lord Brahmā    SB 9.4.52
  ātma-yoneḥ—of Lord Brahmā    SB 5.16.28
  ātma-yoni—of Brahmā    SB 3.28.25
  ātma-yonim—Lord Brahmā    SB 4.6.40
  ātma-yoninā—directly born of the Lord    SB 3.9.43
  ātma-yoninā—by Lord Brahmā    SB 5.20.39
  ātma-yoniḥ—of Brahmājī    SB 2.2.1
  ātma-yoniḥ—self-sufficient    SB 3.5.9
  ātma-yoniḥ—generating from the Personality of Viṣṇu.    SB 3.8.14
  ātma-yoniḥ—who is born without a mother (directly begotten by the father, Lord Viṣṇu)    SB 7.9.35
  ātma-yājī—one who is eager for self-realization    SB 7.15.55
  ātma-yāthārthyaḥ—right knowledge of one's own self    SB 1.12.28
  ātma-ābhāsam—his reflection    SB 3.20.45
  ātma-āśrayayā—sheltered under His own protection    SB 4.17.31
  ātma-āśrayayā—whose existence is under Your shelter    SB 8.6.11
  ātma-āśritāḥ—about himself    SB 4.16.26
  ātma-ādi-stamba-paryantaiḥ—from Lord Brahmā to the insignificant living entity    SB 10.13.51
  ātma-ānanda—of Your personal bliss    SB 6.16.20
  ātma-ārāmam—unto the self-sufficient    SB 1.11.4-5
  ātma-ārāmam—satisfied in himself    SB 4.2.2
  ātma-ārāmasya—to one who rejoices in the self    SB 3.27.26
  ātma-ārāmasya—who is self-satisfied    SB 7.15.16
  ātma-ārāmaḥ—one who is pleased in himself    SB 1.7.9
  ātma-ārāmaḥ—self-satisfied    SB 4.24.18
  ātma-ārāmaḥ—who takes pleasure in self-realization    SB 5.1.1
  ātma-ārāmaḥ—fully satisfied in the self    SB 7.13.3
  ātma-ārāmaḥ—persons who take pleasure in being transcendentally situated in the service of the Lord    Madhya 17.140
  ātma-ārāmeṣu—one who is always engaged in spiritual bliss    SB 4.22.14
  ātma-ārāmera—of self-realized persons    Madhya 17.141
  ātma-ārāmāṇām—who are self-satisfied    SB 5.3.11
  ātma-ārāmāḥ—who are self-satisfied (being completely aware of their constitutional position as eternal servants of the Lord)    SB 6.16.40
  ātma-ārāmāya—one who is self-satisfied    SB 1.8.27
  ātma-ārāmāya—unto the Lord, who is self-sufficient    SB 6.16.18-19
  ātma-ātmanaḥ—to the body and mind    SB 4.20.7
  ātma-āvāsyam—the expansion of the energy of the Supreme Soul, the Personality of Godhead    Madhya 25.101
  ātma-āyatanam—resting place of all living entities    SB 4.17.30
  ātmā antaḥ-yāmī—in-dwelling Supersoul    Adi 2.18
  ātmā eva—the very mind    Bg 6.6
  ātmā eva—just like Myself    Bg 7.18
  ātmā eva—He Himself    SB 3.10.30
  ātmā vai jāyate putraḥ—his self appears as the son    Madhya 12.56
  ātmā-rāmera mana—the minds of self-realized persons.    Madhya 17.139
  ātmā-ārāma—self-satisfied    Madhya 6.185
  ātmā-ārāmāḥ—persons who take pleasure in being transcendentally situated in the service of the Lord    Madhya 6.186
  ātura-ātmā—aggrieved in self.    SB 3.4.20

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