prajna

(from the article `triik`) ...which makes one`s body and mind fit for concentration, (2) samadhi (`meditation`), concentration of the mind being a prerequisite to attaining a ... ...sexual embrace with his female consort. The pose is generally understood to represent the mystical union of the active force, or method (upya, ......
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Prajna

(Skr.) Realization, insight into the true and abiding nature of the self, atman, purusa, etc. -- K.F.L.
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Prajna

[Buddhist Monk] Prajñā (प्रज्ञा; {zh|c=般若三藏 or 般若|p=Bōrě Sāncáng or Bō Rě}), was an important 9th century Buddhist monk from Gandhara, born in the area of modern Kabul, Afghanistan. He visited China during the Tang dynasty, and contributed several important (re-)translations of Sanskrit sutras into Chinese.
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Prajna

[Vedic] Prajña (Sanskrit: प्रज्ञ) as प्रज्ञा, प्राज्ञ and प्राज्ञा is used to refer to the wise person, intelligence and understanding. In the state of deep sleep, the Atman, limited by Prana, the vital breath, is called Prājña. ==Meaning== The Sanskrit word प्रज्ञ (Praj
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