Shruti (शान्त्र or शरीर) is a Sanskrit word that means “dream”, “dream-like”, or “dream”. Also, it is a synonym of “soul”. It is derived from the word shruti (शरीर).
A word is a term that is a way of describing things we have in one syllable. It is used in English to mean a person who is in a dream, dream-like, dream-like state, dream-like, or dream-like state of being. It’s used in the sense of being in a dream state when we experience our dream state, or being in a dream state when we feel that our dream state has something to do with our soul.
It was originally used to mean “dream state.” It is now used to mean “dream state of being.
The word shruti had its origin in Sanskrit, which is the language from which most of the Indian languages are named. In Sanskrit, the word means ‘a dream,’ ‘dream,’ ‘delusions,’ ‘dreams,’ ‘delusions,’ ‘dream-like’, ‘dream-like state,’ ‘dream state,’ or ‘dream-like state of being’.
I was told that the word shruti is derived from the Sanskrit word for dream, and that this word is used to describe a dream state. When I asked my friend why the word shruti is used to describe a dream state, he said that in the same way that a dream can be dream-like, it can also be dream-like, so that the word shruti is used to describe a dream state.