tamas

(from the article `Sakhy`) ...physiopsychological factors. The highest one is sattva, which is illumination, enlightening knowledge, and lightness; the second is rajas, which ...
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Tamas

(Skr.) One of the three gunas (q.v.) of the Sankhya (q.v.), representing the principle of inactivity, sluggishness, and indifference in matter or prakrti (q.v.). -- K.F.L.
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Tamas

the quality of inertia, laziness, procrastination.
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Tamas

The quality of inertia, laziness, procrastination.
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