|Canto 7: The Science of God||Chapter 15: Instructions for Civilized Human Beings|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 7.15.63
bhāvādvaitaḿ tad ucyate
kārya — the result or effect; kāraṇa — the cause; vastu — substance; aikya — oneness; darśanam — observation; paṭa — the cloth; tantu — the thread; vat — like; avastutvāt — because of being ultimately unreality; vikalpasya — of differentiation; bhāva-advaitam — the conception of oneness; tat ucyate — that is called.
When one understands that result and cause are one and that duality is ultimately unreal, like the idea that the threads of a cloth are different from the cloth itself, one reaches the conception of oneness called bhāvādvaita.
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