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This paper explores the speculations of the absolute reality projected in the Kena Upanishad and their reflections in the philosophy of Schopenhauer. His proclamations of Will remain as the metamorphosis of the absolute reality, Brahman, postulated in the Kena Upanishad. For Schopenhauer, every phenomenal manifestation is the objectification of Will. The Kena Upanishad also states similar nature of the absolute reality. Likewise, both the Kena Upanishad and Schopenhauer identify the individualdoi:10.4038/sljssh.v2i1.57 fatcat:jynqqoxsuzax3kiws53qch4tfm