(Nirguṇa Brahman): The impersonal Absolute without attributes; the Supreme Reality “without qualities.” It is the ultimate Reality to which no qualities can be attributed. Nirguna applies to the transcendental Reality, which eternally abides beyond the gunas (qualities or primary constituents of Nature). Because of this, Nirguna Brahman is sometimes called Para Brahman (the Supreme Absolute), seen as the unqualified, ultimate Reality about which nothing can be said. It is one of the two notions related to Brahman: nirguna (“without qualities”) and saguna (“with qualities”).