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Atom, 44:religion scientific. There is a very interesting Sanskrit writing, many thousands of years old,Atom, 83:which ascribes the definition of man to the Sanskrit root 'man,' the one who thinks, is to my mindAutobiography, 140:had not been so overcome and glamored by the Sanskrit terms. If they had taught about the law ofAutobiography, 140:at my ponderous use of technical phrases of Sanskrit words and of the detailed significances of theAutobiography, 238:Tibetan gave me the paraphrase of the ancient Sanskrit phrases because I know no Sanskrit but I,Autobiography, 238:the ancient Sanskrit phrases because I know no Sanskrit but I, myself, wrote the commentary, as IAutobiography, 247:Soul, in it I give the English paraphrase of the Sanskrit Sutras of Patanjali and she contributesBethlehem, 97:mental purity. The word "purity" comes from the Sanskrit word pur, which means freedom from alloy,Discipleship1, 779:of the Soul; in it I give the translation of the Sanskrit Sutras of Patanjali and she contributesDiscipleship2, 175:words so ancient that they antedate both Sanskrit and Senza. But the meaning is clear and that isFire, 77:the karmic wheel and when it is said in the Sanskrit writings and even in the Bhagavad Gita thatFire, 405:constitution is what is known as swarga in our Sanskrit works and the entities that are functioningFire, 449:the recitation of certain mantrams, or verses of Sanskrit, is prescribed. Especially important isFire, 449:that the illimitable psychic potentiality of the Sanskrit charms, or mantrams is only drawn out byFire, 928:in the custody of the Great White Lodge. Some Sanskrit mantrams employed by initiates and adepts.Fire, 984:here for back of the Zend "mag," "looms up the Sanskrit, maha, signifying great." It is thought byFire, 984:spelled magha. To be sure, there is in the Sanskrit the word Maga meaning a priest of the Sun, butFire, 984:derived its root from its neighbor the Sanskrit. - Lucifer, Vol. X, p. 157. Fire, 1085:of the wheel in which he is turned, called in Sanskrit the wheel of Samsara. This latter wordHercules, 86:darkness. Our word, "goose", comes from the same Sanskrit root, through the Icelandic, and when weHercules, 217:root, through the Hebrew 'sodi', which in Sanskrit means 'a way. Its [218] etymology has noInitiation, 217:the sixth initiation. Deva (or Angel) A god. In Sanskrit a resplendent deity. A Deva is a celestialInitiation, 221:and chief of the human race. It comes from the Sanskrit root "man" - to think. Manvantara A periodInitiation, 221:of planetary activity and its seven races. Maya Sanskrit, "Illusion." Of the principle of form orInitiation, 221:that are created by the mind. Mayavi Rupa Sanskrit, "Illusive Form." It is the body ofInitiation, 223:- that is, in the body. It is derived from the Sanskrit "pura" which means city or body, and "usha"Initiation, 225:or separated self, or Ego. Viveka The Sanskrit "discrimination." The very first step in the path ofIntellect, 95:Latin word "reri," to think, and the other the Sanskrit word "radh," to be successful. Perhaps bothMagic, 546:these ancient Atlantean phrases, older than Sanskrit or Senzar, and [548] known only to a mereMeditation, 162:are very old and when enunciated in the original Sanskrit have unbelievably powerful effects. SoMeditation, 163:there are, as You know, certain mantrams in Sanskrit that are employed by students in meditation toMeditation, 352:- Glossary D-K Deva (or Angel) A god. In Sanskrit a resplendent deity. A Deva is a celestial being,Meditation, 356:and chief of the human race. It comes from the Sanskrit root "man" - to think. Manvantara A periodMeditation, 356:of planetary activity and its seven races. Maya Sanskrit, "Illusion." Of the principle of form orMeditation, 356:that are created by the mind. Mayavi Rupa Sanskrit, "Illusive Form." It is the body ofMeditation, 358:that is, in the body. It is derived from the Sanskrit "pura" which means city or body, and "usha,"Meditation, 360:or separated self, or Ego. Viveka The Sanskrit "discrimination". The very first step in the path ofPatanjali, 58:correct significance of the terms used in the Sanskrit. Only Vivekananda, among the manyPatanjali, 84:particularly free one, as the words used in the Sanskrit are somewhat difficult of exactPatanjali, 87:This translation does not adhere to the exact Sanskrit terms. It conveys nevertheless the exactPatanjali, 102:quiet of the Chitta (or mind stuff). The Sanskrit words employed in this sutra can only bePatanjali, 150:Pain which is yet to come may be warded off. The Sanskrit words here give a twofold idea. TheyPatanjali, 190:It is often difficult to translate the ancient Sanskrit terms by one word or phrase, for in thatPatanjali, 201:not adhere to the technical translation of the Sanskrit words on account of the misunderstanding ofPatanjali, 251:the English language the equivalent [251] of the Sanskrit term "sanyama." It is the synthesis ofPatanjali, 252:will come a full understanding of the Sanskrit terms. Briefly, the idea involves the conceptionPatanjali, 263:then comes the condition of one-pointedness. The Sanskrit term used is difficult to explainPatanjali, 302:correct and probably a true understanding of the Sanskrit is only arrived at through combining thePatanjali, 340:is inevitable when a literal translation of the Sanskrit terms is used. "An outwardly unadjustedPatanjali, xiv:and is not an exact definition of each original Sanskrit term. It is an attempt to put into clearPsychology2, 493:word are given. One traces the word back to a Sanskrit root, meaning "to harm or to hurt"; theRays, 73:light of atma, and these are (to interpret these Sanskrit terms esoterically) the light of the pureReappearance, 7:relatively few details. The word "Avatar" is a Sanskrit word, meaning literally "coming down fromReappearance, 7:at which it arrives." (From Monier-Williams Sanskrit Dictionary.) All the world Avatars or Saviors,Soul, 97:of the principle as Prana, this word being the Sanskrit term meaning 'Absolute Energy.' Many occultSoul, 122:Das teaches us that: "It is worth noting that in Sanskrit literature the navel is often treated as
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