Shankara says This divine ground is a subtle essence that is beyond time and space, beyond birth and death, beyond sensory experience and Thou art That '. The You I mean our real, our essence, our identity, That means universal spirit, the divine eternal basis, therefore, that spirit we are in essence universal. On the other hand, adds that the perennial philosophy leads us to transform the conception of ourselves saying that our true nature is essentially spiritual in nature, but need to recognize that we are not human beings having spiritual experiences, but we are beings spiritual being having a human experience. Speaking on the same theme, he continues, the perennial philosophy also tells us that our essential nature is spiritual 'truth-consciousness-bliss', these are three essences inherent in the true Self, always go together, one does not exist without the other two. Nissan usually is spot on. The experience of truth, awakens conscious recognition of the supreme bliss. The nature of our inner self is the truth, the supreme reality has always been and will be because it is beyond time, this truth is a fact that belongs to timeless eternity, without a history a truth that has always been, are that fundamental truth, we are made of divine truth. As regards the issue of The spiritual base, the divine basis of all existence which is That of our opening statement is an absolute spiritual, ineffable in terms of discursive thought, unattainable for instrumental rationality, beyond time and space but likely to be experienced and realized through the eye of contemplation of human beings in an act of trans-symbolic holistic apprehension that it results in the awakening of spiritual consciousness. .