Equanimity

Equanimity (Latin: æquanimitas having an even mind; aequus even animus mind/soul) is a state of psychological stability and composure which is undisturbed by experience of or exposure to emotions, pain, or other phenomena that may cause others to lose the balance of their mind. The virtue and value of equanimity is extolled and advocated by a num...
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equanimity

evenness of mind or temper.
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Equanimity

• (n.) Evenness of mind; that calm temper or firmness of mind which is not easily elated or depressed; patience; calmness; composure; as, to bear misfortunes with equanimity.
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Equanimity

E`qua·nim'i·ty noun [ Latin aequanimitas , from aequanimus : confer French équanimité . See Equanimous .] Evenness of mind; that calm temper or firmness of mind which is not easily elated or depressed; patience; calmness; composure; as, to bear misfortunes with equani...
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equanimity

calmness of temperament 
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equanimity

equanimity 1. The steadiness of mind under stress. 2. Evenness of temper even under stress.
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equanimity

equanimity, equanimous 1. Mental or emotional stability or composure; especially, under tension or strain; calmness; equilibrium. 2. Being calm and in control of the emotions; especially, in a difficult situation.
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equanimity

evenness of mind or temper; calmness
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equanimity

steadiness of mind under stress
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Equanimity

The process of making value judgements depends upon the psychological mechanisms of projection and introjection. Equanimity is the state of mind attained when the person ceases to make value judgements, and hence ceases to use projection and introjection. However, equanimity is extremely difficult to attain. The most effective way of stopping proje...
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equanimity

Unbiasedness. State of MIND in which one does not distinguish between friend, enemy and stranger.
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