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Definition of the noun impermanence
What does impermanence mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: impermanences
- the property of not existing for indefinitely long durations
- lexical domain: Attributes - nouns denoting attributes of people and objects
- synonym of impermanence: impermanency
- antonym of impermanence: permanence
- more generic words: duration / length = continuance in time
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Alternative definition of the noun impermanence
- Want of permanence or continued duration.
- The quality or state of being impermanent.
- "Impermanence" is the twelfth album by Meredith Monk, released on March 18, 2008 through ECM New Series.
- genre: Minimal music
- released on (6 years ago)
- "Impermanence" is a musical album of Kirk Lucas, Mike Khoury, Mike Gilmore.
- released on (5 years ago)
- "Impermanence" is a musical album of Agoria.
- released on (4 years ago)
"Impermanence" is a film, directed by Lee Seong-Gu.
- country: South Korea
- language: Korean Language
- genres: Romance Film, East Asian cinema, World cinema
- released on (35 years ago)
- Impermanence is one of the essential doctrines or three marks of existence in Buddhism. The term expresses the Buddhist notion that all of conditioned existence, without exception, is transient, or in a constant state of flux. The mutability of life, that time passes on no matter what happens, is an important aspect of impermanence. The Pali word anicca literally means "inconstant", and arises from a synthesis of two separate words, 'Nicca' and the "privative particle" 'a'. Where the word 'Nicca' refers to the concept of continuity and permanence, 'Anicca' refers to its exact opposite; the absence of permanence and continuity.
- also known as 无常
- Impermanence is a cataloged instance, musical recording, canonical version.
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Vol. I The Intermediate Level by Robert Colacurcio
Impermanence is the key to understanding the absolute true nature of any and all phenomena.
If the self is thought to have a substantially fixed and essentially permanent identity, then impermanence is a threat that must be countered at all ...
Light On Enlightenment (2011)
by Christopher Titmuss
Impermanence is a feature of moment-to-moment life. When we neglect these...
One of the significant factors about sustained awareness of change and impermanence is the impact that it has on our perceptions. Realising the emptiness of ...
Turning Bad Breaks Into Blessings by Maxine Schnall
Impermanence is a fact of human existence. Nothing in the physical world lasts forever, and any of us can die at any time. Regardless of what life expectancy tables may say, no one is guaranteed any length of years. If we can grasp the ...
An Introductory guide to Deeper States of Meditation by Henepola Gunaratana
Impermanence is the slipperiest idea you have ever encountered and the most basic. It goes against everything you think you know about existence. The mind resists it both subtly and grossly. It slides into the mind easily and then slides right ...
Wisdom Wide and Deep (2011)
A Practical Handbook for Mastering Jhana and Vipassana by Shaila Catherine
Impermanence refers to a radical change ...
Answers from the Heart (2009)
Practical Responses to Life's Burning Questions: Easyread Super Large 18pt Edition by Thich Nhat Hanh
Impermanence is a reality. Wisdom helps us stand firm. We won't collapse, because we know that nothing is lost. When conditions are sufficient, those who we may have thought were lost to us will come out again, as marvelous as before .
Buddhism in Ten (2011)
Easy Lessons for Spiritual Growth by C. Alexander Simpkins, Ph.D., Annellen M. Simpkins, Ph.D.
Impermanence is the other side of existence. Change is in the very nature ...
The Empowerment Mindset (2014)
Success Through Self-Knowledge by Calvin Helin
As author and poet Myrtle Reed noted, “ Impermanence is the very essence of joy—the drop of bitterness that enables one to ...
Pali-English Dictionary (1993)
by Thomas William Rhys Davids, William Stede
evanescence, inconstancy, impermanence. — The emphatic assertion of impermanence (continuous change of condition) is a prominent axiom of the Dhamma, & the realization of the evanescent character of all things montal or material is ...
Volume 14: Folklife by Glenn Hinson, William Ferris
Environmental and economic factors reinforced architectural impermanence in the early English colonies of the South; consequently, unlike in New England, relatively few examples of common houses that predate the 18th century still survive.
by Robert E. Buswell Jr., Donald S. Lopez Jr.
“Impermanence” refers to the fact that compounded objects (SAM ̇SKR ̇TA) created by causes (HETU) and conditions (PRATYAYA) are inevitably subject to change, decline, and finally destruction. Because conditioned objects are subject ...
Similes Dictionary (2013)
by Elyse Sommer
SIMPLICITY; WALKING Browne, Jackson PERMANENCE/IMPERMANENCE; TIME PASSING Browne, Sir Thomas MEEKNESS Browning, Elizabeth Barrett AGE; BITTERNESS; DULLNESS; EXPERIENCE; HAIR STYLES; HELPLESSNESS; ...
by John Powers, David Templeman
Central to the system of gcod are visualizations in which one imagines one's body being cut up and devoured by demons, which graphically illustrate its impermanence and lead to an attitude of detachment from physical things. There are four ...
by James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie
This philosophy is a translation, in terms of metaphysics, of the ideas of impermanence and insubstantiality which, from the point of view of agnosticism, were to remain the topics of moral and emotional meditation. We may state here again that ...
by Gordon S. Wakefield
Unhierarchical structures, impermanence and a holding back from complete community of goods, which had all been features of 'secular' communal groups of the late 1960s and subsequently, percolated through to the new Christian groups ...
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- Impermanence of Spirit
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- Impermanence of memory
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