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Definition of the noun sannyasin
What does sannyasin mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: sannyasins
- a Hindu religious mendicant
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by Dr. Vasant Joshi
Osho's sannyasin is the New Man who knows the futility of war and violence and who is consciously engaged in creating a...
The Heart Sutra (2014)
Becoming a Buddha through Meditation by Osho
A sannyasin is a person who lives more and more in alertness. And the more there are people who exist through awareness, the better the world that will be created. Civilization has not yet happened. It is said that somebody asked the Prince ...
Ancient Music in the Pines (2011)
In Zen Mind Suddenly Stops by Osho
A sannyasin is a miracle – the energy is moving back towards oneself. Ordinarily the energy is moving away from you, towards things, targets, in the world. The energy is moving away from you, hence you feel empty. The energy goes away, ...
Zorba the Buddha (2016)
Sex, Spirituality, and Capitalism in the Global Osho Movement by Hugh B. Urban
Traditionally in South Asian religions, a sannyasin is a renunciant or ascetic,
sannyasin refers to one who has voluntarily stepped out of the class system and conventional obligations in order to ...
Power, Politics, and Change (2011)
What Can I Do to Help Make the World a Better Place? by Osho
Every sannyasin is a Hassid. Existence cannot allow a few idiot politicians to destroy this world. But that does not mean that you have to remain.
by Peter Clarke, Reader in Modern History and Fellow Peter Clarke
'Sannyasin' is a Hindu term for a man who has renounced worldly ties in order to seek union with the absolute or God. Hinduism divides the life of men (but not women) into four stages: bramacharya, childhood and youth, occupied with ...
by G Gaskell
See Agnihotra, Anchorite, Asramas, Arhat, Hermit, Householder, Liberation, Monk, Orders, Pragapati, Sannyasin, Soul. ASCETICISM, OR AUSTERITY:— A symbol of the voluntary abandonment of outgoing activities in preparation for a new ...
Revised and Updated Edition by Larry A. Nichols, George Mather, Alvin J. Schmidt
The fourth stage, sannyasin, is optional. The sannyasin renounces caste and becomes a homeless wandering ascetic, seeking only to become enlightened and one with God. Meditation is an important component of devotional life. There are ...
by Irving Hexham
SANNYASIN tion as release from SAMSARA through a breaking of the bonds of KARMA. SALVATION ARMY: an EVANGELICAL CHRISTIAN movement founded in nineteenth-century Britain by "General" William BOOTH to work among the ...
SAN MATEO SANNYASIN year was placed in command of the insurgent army in Upper Peru. San Martin now conceived the design of destroying the Spanish power by overrunning Chile and then striking at the stronghold, Peru. After two ...
Encyclopedia of Hinduism (2006)
by Constance Jones, James D. Ryan
Further reading: “Nityananda, One of Swami's Muk- tananda's Successors, Retakes Sannyasin Vows,” Hinduism Today 12, no. 14 ( April ...
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The value of this 9-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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