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Vāsanā

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Vāsanā (Sanskrit; Devanagari: वासना) is a behavioural tendency or karmic imprint which ... Vasanas of self-attachment (Sanskrit: atma-graha-vasana; Chinese: w...

Vasanas(Desires in Subtle Form) - The Divine Life Society

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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 - वेद Veda

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vasana (Sanskrit: "subconscious inclination; conditioning, tendencies, or self- limitations; predispositions and habits") from vas (living, remaining) — the ...

Vasanas - Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi

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Experience gained without rooting out all the vasanas cannot remain steady. Efforts must be made to eradicate the vasanas. Otherwise rebirth after death takes ...

How to Control Vasanas | Some Guidelines to Inner Life | Swami ...

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How to Control Vasanas (Tendencies). Sometime some impure thoughts and impure impressions arise from within the subconscious layer of our mind. If such  ...

Vasanas - Tendencies of Personality - Health And Yoga

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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 ...

A Question About Samskaras - aditya dham

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The effect of a samskara is called a vasana. Vasanas are tendencies. In other words, vasanas are the inclinations formed from our impressions (samskaras).

INDIASPIRITUALITY: What are Vasanas?

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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 ...

vAsanA - Advaita.org.uk

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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 ...

Karma and Rebirth | Articles - Vedanta Vision

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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 arises ...

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What is a Vasana? - Part 1/2 - Golden Age of Gaia

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Nov 23, 2010 ... Note: I intend to continually update and expand this article. The term “vasana” is used in Vedantic literature. The Vedanta is the non-dual ...

What are Vasanas and How Do They Affect Your Yoga Practice?

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Jun 15, 2014 ... At a recent workshop with Duncan Peak he mentioned a yogic term I'd never heard of - Vasana(s). What is that? How does it apply to our ...

Vasanas, Samskaras, and Karma | Never Not Present

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May 9, 2015 ... Hi Ted,. If I understand correctly, the vasanas and samskaras are held in the causal body. Ted: Yes, the impressions of past experiences reside ...