Atma

Átà
  • self, that which is eternal and is reborn in a new body
  • spirit
Andap
atma
Kasar
atma
Alus sor
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Alus mider
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Alus madya
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Alus singgih
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Mider
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Bali dataran dialect
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Bali aga dialect
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Usage Examples

Sakadi slokane, Brahman Atman Aikyam, sujatinne Hyang Widhi lan atma punika manunggal.
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⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library


In Balinese:   Ngupacarain anak seda ring Bali madaging dudonan sane ruwet, nanging suksman ipun inggih punika proses evolusi sang atma saking rahina ipun matilar saking angga nyantos dinan ipun lunga ring Yamaloka (genah dosa utawi punian ipun kaketek) ring rahina kaping solas.

In English:   Funerals in Balinese tradition is a string of complex rituals, but actually the core meaning is a process of soul evolution from the day of death up to the eleventh day when he departs for Yamaloka (the realm of judgment).

In Indonesian:   Upacara kematian dalam tradisi Bali adalah sebuah rentetan upacara yang kompleks, namun sesungguhnya inti upacara ini adalah proses evolusi roh dari hari meninggal hingga hari keberangkatannya menuju Yamaloka (pengadilan) di hari kesebelas.

In Balinese:   Nyekah inggih punika pangapti kapining atma sane sampun matilar mangda ngamolihang genah sane luwih.

In English:   Nyekah means a hope that the departing soul will attain good place.

In Indonesian:   Nyekah berarti sebuah harapan bahwa roh yang meninggal akan mendapatkan tempat yang layak.

In Balinese:   Manut dresta, ajeng-ajengan lan toya kaaturang duanging atma sane sampun matilar musti ngamolihang sarira sane anyar mangda prasida ngalanturang pamargi salanturnyane.

In English:   As is traditioned, food and water are offered because the departing soul must obtain new material body so that (s)he can enter the next stage of evolutionary process.

In Indonesian:   Sesuai tradisi, makanan dan air dipersembahkan sebab roh orang yang meninggal harus mendapatkan badan material agar bisa masuk ke tahap evolusi selanjutnya.

In Balinese:   Selami ipun kaiket olih dosa lan pala, sang atma satata ngalukar sariran ipun.

In English:   As long as one is tied by sins and merits, the soul will change its bodies again and again.

In Indonesian:   Selama ia masih terikat oleh dosa dan pahala, roh mengganti badannya berkali-kali.

In Balinese:   Mangda sang atma mrasidayang ngalanturang lampah ipun ring gumi pitra (genah sang pitara irika ipun nerima danda utawi phala parilaksanan ipun di gumine), ipun musti nerima angga sarira sane anyar sane malakar aji dhatu toya.

In English:   In order to continue its journey to the afterlife (to Pitraloka, the realm of the ancestors where one will be judged according to one’s past deeds on Earth), one must accept new gross body made of watery element.

In Indonesian:   Agar roh dapat meneruskan perjalanannya ke alam pitra (alam para leluhur di mana dia menerima semua akibat perbuatannya di Bumi), dia harus menerima badan baru yang terbuat dari unsur air.