Vāsanā (Sanskrit; Devanagari: वासना) is a behavioural tendency or karmic
imprint which ... Vasanas of self-attachment (Sanskrit: atma-graha-vasana;
Vasanas-how They Manifest. Vasana (desire in subtle form) is a wave in the mind
-lake. Its seat is the Karana Sarira. It exists there in the form of a seed and ...
vasana (Sanskrit: "subconscious inclination; conditioning, tendencies, or self-
limitations; predispositions and habits") from vas (living, remaining) — the ...
Experience gained without rooting out all the vasanas cannot remain steady.
Efforts must be made to eradicate the vasanas. Otherwise rebirth after death
How to Control Vasanas (Tendencies). Sometime some impure thoughts and
impure impressions arise from within the subconscious layer of our mind. If such
Life is a mix of good and bad. We induce good or bad tendencies (vasanas) in
our life depending upon our good or bad karmas. Each karma (action), each ...
The effect of a samskara is called a vasana. Vasanas are tendencies. In other
words, vasanas are the inclinations formed from our impressions (samskaras).
May 30, 2009 ... Vasanas are a bundle of tendencies or desires which drive man to think, feel and
act according to the nature of the vasanas. Thus, it would be ...
A behavioural tendency is called a vAsanA in Sanskrit, literally meaning wishing
or desiring but used in Advaita in the sense of the sub-conscious or latent ...
And thought from vasana. Vasana is the inborn urge, deep-rooted inclination,
inherent tendency. When you have a vasana for music the thought for music