In Sanatana Dharma, Brahman is the Ultimate Reality, the Absolute, the Ultimate source of all existence. It is considered to be beyond human comprehension and description, and is often described as infinite, eternal, and all-pervading. Brahman is the foundation of all existence, the source of all things, and the ultimate goal of spiritual seeking.
The concept of Brahman is central to Hindu philosophy and is discussed in the Upanishads and other Hindu scriptures. It is often described as the Ultimate Reality or the Ultimate Truth, and is said to be beyond the limitations of time, space, and causation. Brahman is also described as the essence of all things, the source of all energy and consciousness, and the foundation of all existence.
According to Sanatana Dharma, the ultimate goal of spiritual practice is to realize the oneness of the individual soul (Atman) with Brahman, thereby attaining liberation from the cycle of birth and death (samsara) and achieving spiritual enlightenment (moksha).
Various practices, such as meditation, yoga, and devotion, are employed to help individuals realize their true nature as part of the ultimate reality of Brahman. Ultimately, the concept of Brahman is a core tenet of Hinduism and represents the ultimate goal of spiritual seeking in the religion.