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aryan ::: n. --> One of a primitive people supposed to have lived in prehistoric times, in Central Asia, east of the Caspian Sea, and north of the Hindoo Koosh and Paropamisan Mountains, and to have been the stock from which sprang the Hindoo, Persian, Greek, Latin, Celtic, Teutonic, Slavonic, and other races; one of that ethnological division of mankind called also Indo-European or Indo-Germanic.
The language of the original Aryans.

aryanize ::: v. t. --> To make Aryan (a language, or in language).

arya. :::adorable person

arya ::: an aspiring soul, one who rises to the noble aspiration and who does the great labour as an offering in order to arrive at the good and the bliss. [Ved.] ::: aryah [nominative]

arya (Aryan) ::: the good and noble man; the fighter; he who strives and overcomes all outside him and within him that stands opposed to the human advance; he who does the work of sacrifice, finds the sacred word of illumination, desires the gods and increases them and is increased by them into the largeness of the true existence; he is the warrior of the light and the traveller to the Truth.

aryabhumi ::: [the country of the arya, India], the Sacred Land.

aryah ::: see under arya

Aryaman ::: [Ved.]: the Aspirer; the aspiring power and action of the Truth; the Force of sacrifice, aspiration, battle, journey towards perfection and light and celestial bliss by which the path is created, travelled, pursued beyond all resistance and obscuration to its luminous and happy goal. [Later]: the chief of the Fathers [pitrs]. ::: Aryama [nominative]

aryam varnam (Arya Varna) ::: [the colour (varna) of the arya]. [Ved.]

Aryan ::: see arya

aryapatnih ::: [those (feminine) ] possessed by the arya; wives of the noble ones.

arya sakti ::: [an Energy of the nature of the arya].

aryavarta ::: [the abode of the arya, India].

Aryaman — “the Aspirer”, a Vedic god, one of the Four who represent the “working of the Truth in the human mind and temperament”; he is “the deity of the human journey” who “sums up in himself the whole aspiration and movement of man in a continual self-enlargement and . self-transcendence to his divine perfection”, bringing to this movement a “mighty strength and perfectly-guided happy inner upsurging”.

Aryaman-Bhaga — the combination of Aryaman and Bhaga, “the Aspirer” and “the Enjoyer”, in which the power of Aryaman is “the effective term of the self-discovering and self-seizing movement by which Being and Consciousness realise themselves as Bliss”.

aryan ::: n. --> One of a primitive people supposed to have lived in prehistoric times, in Central Asia, east of the Caspian Sea, and north of the Hindoo Koosh and Paropamisan Mountains, and to have been the stock from which sprang the Hindoo, Persian, Greek, Latin, Celtic, Teutonic, Slavonic, and other races; one of that ethnological division of mankind called also Indo-European or Indo-Germanic.
The language of the original Aryans.

aryanize ::: v. t. --> To make Aryan (a language, or in language).

Aryasatyani: The Four Noble Truths (q.v.) taught by Gautama Buddha.

Aryan: The fifth root race (q.v.) in esoteric philosophy.

Arya (Sanskrit) Ārya [from the verbal root ṛ to rise, tend upward] Holy, hallowed, highly evolved or especially trained; a title of the Hindu rishis. Originally a term of ethical as well as intellectual and spiritual excellence, belonging to those who had completely mastered the aryasatyani (holy truths) and who had entered upon the aryamarga (path leading to moksha or nirvana). It was originally applicable only to the initiates or adepts of the ancient Aryan peoples, but today Aryan has become the name of a race of the human family in its various branches. All ancient peoples had their own term for initiates or adepts, as for instance among the ancient Hebrews the generic name Israel, or Sons of Israel.

Aryabhata (Sanskrit) Āryabhaṭa An ancient Hindu writer on algebra and astronomy, born in Kusuma-Pura (modern Patma). His most famous astrological work is the Arya-Siddhanta. “The earliest Hindu algebraic and astronomer with the exception of Asura-Maya” (TG 32).

Aryachatta. See ARYABHATTA

Arya-Dasa (Sanskrit) Ārya-Dāsa [from ārya noble + dāsa man of knowledge, barbarian, slave, servitor] A great sage and arhat of the Mahasamghika school (cf TG 32).

Aryaman (Sanskrit) Aryaman The chief of the pitris or manes, one of the principle adityas (solar divinities) commonly invoked in conjunction with Varuna and Mitra. The Milky Way is called Aryamanah panthah (Aryaman’s path); and Aryaman is said to preside over one of the lunar mansions (nakshatra uttaraphalguni). As a masculine noun, bosom friend, companion.

Aryans. See ARYA

Aryan Doctrine Used by Subba Row to designate the foundation doctrine from which were derived the Sankhya and Yoga philosophies, and other ancient Hindu systems of thought (Theosophist 3:93).

Arya Samaj (Sanskrit) Ārya Samāja A movement started in India during the 19th century by Swami Dayanand Sarasvati in order to lead his countrymen back to the pristine purity of their Vedic religion, although under the form of a theistic philosophy, and to free them from the degenerations and demoralizations of the orthodox Brahmanism of the time. It was affiliated for a short time with the Theosophical Society, but the union was soon dissolved because it became evident that the Samaj was not in harmony with the universality of the aims and purposes of the Theosophical Society as had previously been understood. The Samaj gradually spread throughout Northern India to the extent of two or three hundred branches.

Aryasangha (Sanskrit) Āryasaṃgha Founder of the first Yogacharya school, a direct disciple of Gautama Buddha; also a sage who lived in about the 5th or 6th century, who mixed Tantric worship with the Yogacharya system. The followers of the latter “claimed that he was the same Aryasangha, that had been a follower of Sakyamuni, and that he was 1,000 years old. Internal evidence alone is sufficient to show that the works written by him and translated about the year 600 of our era, works full of Tantra worship, ritualism, and tenets followed now considerably by the ‘red-cap’ sects in Sikhim, Bhutan, and Little Tibet, cannot be the same as the lofty system of the early Yogacharya school of pure Buddhism, which is neither northern or southern, but absolutely esoteric. Though none of the genuine Yogacharya books (the Narjol chodpa) have ever been made public or marketable, yet one finds in the Yogacharya Bhumi Shastra of the pseudo-Aryasangha a great deal from the older system, into the tenets of which he may have been initiated. It is, however, so mixed up with Sivaism and Tantrika magic and superstitions, that the work defeats its own end, notwithstanding its remarkable dialectical subtilty” (TG 323).

Aryasatya (Sanskrit) Āryasatya [from ārya holy, noble from the verbal root ṛ to move, arise, attain + satya true, real from the verbal root as to be] Noble truth; in the plural, the four great truths of Buddhism — chatvari aryasatyani (Pali, chattari ariyasachchani): 1) duhkha — life is suffering; 2) samudaya — origin, cause, craving, egoistic desire (tanha) is the cause of suffering; 3) nirodha — destruction, extinction of desire brings cessation of suffering; and 4) aryashtangamarga — the eightfold path leads to extinction of suffering. See also ARIYASACHCHA (for Pali equivalents)

Aryashtangamarga (Sanskrit) Āryāṣṭāṅgamārga [from ārya holy, noble + aṣṭa eight + aṅga limb, division + mārga path, way from the verbal root mṛg to seek, strive to attain, investigate] Holy eight-limbed way; in Buddhism the Noble Eightfold Path enunciated by Gautama Buddha as the fourth of the Four Noble Truths (chattari aryasatyani). Consistent practice of aryashtangamarga leads the disciple ultimately to perfect wisdom, love, and liberation from samsara (the round of repetitive births and deaths). The Eightfold Path is enumerated as: 1) samyagdrishti (right insight); 2) samyaksamkalpa (right resolve); 3) samyagvach (right speech); 4) samyakkarmantra (right action); 5) samyagajiva (right living); 6) samyagvyayama (right exertion); 7) samyaksmriti (right recollection); and 8) samyaksamadhi (right concentration). See also ARIYA ATTHANGIKA MAGGA (for Pali equivalents)

Aryavarta (Sanskrit) Āryāvarta Abode of the noble or excellent ones or the sacred land of the Aryans; the ancient name for northern and central India. It extended from the eastern to the western sea and was bounded on the north and south by the Himalaya and Vindhya mountains respectively.

Aryan ::: A 19th-century linguistics term used to describe the Indo-European languages. The term was subsequently perverted to refer to the people who spoke those languages, which the Nazis deemed superior to those people who spoke Semitic languages. Thus, Aryan came to describe people of "proven" non-Jewish and purely Teutonic "racial" background.

Aryanization ::: The expropriation of Jewish businesses, enterprises and property, by German authorities and their transfer to “aryan” ownership or control.

arya. :::adorable person

arya ::: an aspiring soul, one who rises to the noble aspiration and who does the great labour as an offering in order to arrive at the good and the bliss. [Ved.] ::: aryah [nominative]

arya (Aryan) ::: the good and noble man; the fighter; he who strives and overcomes all outside him and within him that stands opposed to the human advance; he who does the work of sacrifice, finds the sacred word of illumination, desires the gods and increases them and is increased by them into the largeness of the true existence; he is the warrior of the light and the traveller to the Truth.

aryabhumi ::: [the country of the arya, India], the Sacred Land.

aryah ::: see under arya

Aryaman ::: [Ved.]: the Aspirer; the aspiring power and action of the Truth; the Force of sacrifice, aspiration, battle, journey towards perfection and light and celestial bliss by which the path is created, travelled, pursued beyond all resistance and obscuration to its luminous and happy goal. [Later]: the chief of the Fathers [pitrs]. ::: Aryama [nominative]

aryam varnam (Arya Varna) ::: [the colour (varna) of the arya]. [Ved.]

Aryan ::: see arya

aryapatnih ::: [those (feminine) ] possessed by the arya; wives of the noble ones.

arya sakti ::: [an Energy of the nature of the arya].

aryavarta ::: [the abode of the arya, India].

Aryaman — “the Aspirer”, a Vedic god, one of the Four who represent the “working of the Truth in the human mind and temperament”; he is “the deity of the human journey” who “sums up in himself the whole aspiration and movement of man in a continual self-enlargement and . self-transcendence to his divine perfection”, bringing to this movement a “mighty strength and perfectly-guided happy inner upsurging”.


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1:Identification with the body is an error, not an illusion. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Yoga - II The Adwaita of Shankaracharya,
2:In the full realisation the body is within us, not we in it. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Yoga - II The Adwaita of Shankaracharya,
3:We are not the body, but the body is still something of ourselves. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Yoga - II The Adwaita of Shankaracharya,
4:Bhakti and the heart’s call for the Divine have a truth—it is the truth of the divine Love and Ananda. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Yoga - II The Adwaita of Shankaracharya,
5:Agni is the power of conscious Being, called by us will, effective behind the workings of mind and body. Agni is the strong God within (maryah, the strong, the masculine) who puts out his strength against all assailing powers, who forbids inertia, who repels every failing of heart and force, who spurns out all lack of manhood. Agni actualises what otherwise remain as an ineffectual thought or aspiration. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Secret Of The Veda ,
6:This inner Guide is often veiled at first by the very intensity of our personal effort and by the ego's preoccupation with itself and its aims. As we gain in clarity and the turmoil of egoistic effort gives place to a calmer self-knowledge, we recognise the source of the growing light within us. We recognise it retrospectively as we realise how all our obscure and conflicting movements have been determined towards an end that we only now begin to perceive, how even before our entrance into the path of the Yoga the evolution of our life has been designedly led towards its turning point. For now we begin to understand the sense of our struggles and efforts, successes and failures. At last we are able to seize the meaning of our ordeals and sufferings and can appreciate the help that was given us by all that hurt and resisted and the utility of our very falls and stumblings. We recognise this divine leading afterwards, not retrospectively but immediately, in the moulding of our thoughts by a transcendent Seer, of our will and actions by an all-embracing Power, of our emotional life by an all-attracting and all-assimilating Bliss and Love. We recognise it too in a more personal relation that from the first touched us or at the last seizes us; we feel the eternal presence of a supreme Master, Friend, Lover, Teacher. We recognise it in the essence of our being as that develops into likeness and oneness with a greater and wider existence; for we perceive that this miraculous development is not the result of our own efforts; an eternal Perfection is moulding us into its own image. One who is the Lord or Ishwara of the Yogic philosophies, the Guide in the conscious being ( caitya guru or antaryamin ), the Absolute of the thinker, the Unknowable of the Agnostic, the universal Force of the materialist, the supreme Soul and the supreme Shakti, the One who is differently named and imaged by the religions, is the Master of our Yoga. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga 1.01 - The Four Aids,
7:Death & FameWhen I dieI don't care what happens to my body throw ashes in the air, scatter 'em in East River bury an urn in Elizabeth New Jersey, B'nai Israel CemeteryBut I want a big funeral St. Patrick's Cathedral, St. Mark's Church, the largest synagogue in ManhattanFirst, there's family, brother, nephews, spry aged Edith stepmother 96, Aunt Honey from old Newark,Doctor Joel, cousin Mindy, brother Gene one eyed one ear'd, sister-in-law blonde Connie, five nephews, stepbrothers & sisters their grandchildren, companion Peter Orlovsky, caretakers Rosenthal & Hale, Bill Morgan--Next, teacher Trungpa Vajracharya's ghost mind, Gelek Rinpoche, there Sakyong Mipham, Dalai Lama alert, chance visiting America, Satchitananda Swami Shivananda, Dehorahava Baba, Karmapa XVI, Dudjom Rinpoche, Katagiri & Suzuki Roshi's phantoms Baker, Whalen, Daido Loorie, Qwong, Frail White-haired Kapleau Roshis, Lama Tarchen --Then, most important, lovers over half-century Dozens, a hundred, more, older fellows bald & rich young boys met naked recently in bed, crowds surprised to see each other, innumerable, intimate, exchanging memories"He taught me to meditate, now I'm an old veteran of the thousandday retreat --""I played music on subway platforms, I'm straight but loved him he loved me""I felt more love from him at 19 than ever from anyone""We'd lie under covers gossip, read my poetry, hug & kiss belly to belly arms round each other""I'd always get into his bed with underwear on & by morning my skivvies would be on the floor""Japanese, always wanted take it up my bum with a master""We'd talk all night about Kerouac & Cassady sit Buddhalike then sleep in his captain's bed.""He seemed to need so much affection, a shame not to make him happy""I was lonely never in bed nude with anyone before, he was so gentle my stomach shuddered when he traced his finger along my abdomen nipple to hips-- ""All I did was lay back eyes closed, he'd bring me to come with mouth & fingers along my waist""He gave great head"So there be gossip from loves of 1948, ghost of Neal Cassady commin-gling with flesh and youthful blood of 1997 and surprise -- "You too? But I thought you were straight!""I am but Ginsberg an exception, for some reason he pleased me.""I forgot whether I was straight gay queer or funny, was myself, tender and affectionate to be kissed on the top of my head, my forehead throat heart & solar plexus, mid-belly. on my prick, tickled with his tongue my behind""I loved the way he'd recite 'But at my back allways hear/ time's winged chariot hurrying near,' heads together, eye to eye, on a pillow --"Among lovers one handsome youth straggling the rear"I studied his poetry class, 17 year-old kid, ran some errands to his walk-up flat, seduced me didn't want to, made me come, went home, never saw him again never wanted to... ""He couldn't get it up but loved me," "A clean old man." "He made sure I came first"This the crowd most surprised proud at ceremonial place of honor--Then poets & musicians -- college boys' grunge bands -- age-old rock star Beatles, faithful guitar accompanists, gay classical con-ductors, unknown high Jazz music composers, funky trum-peters, bowed bass & french horn black geniuses, folksinger fiddlers with dobro tamborine harmonica mandolin auto-harp pennywhistles & kazoosNext, artist Italian romantic realists schooled in mystic 60's India, Late fauve Tuscan painter-poets, Classic draftsman Massa-chusets surreal jackanapes with continental wives, poverty sketchbook gesso oil watercolor masters from American provincesThen highschool teachers, lonely Irish librarians, delicate biblio-philes, sex liberation troops nay armies, ladies of either sex"I met him dozens of times he never remembered my name I loved him anyway, true artist""Nervous breakdown after menopause, his poetry humor saved me from suicide hospitals""Charmant, genius with modest manners, washed sink, dishes my studio guest a week in Budapest"Thousands of readers, "Howl changed my life in Libertyville Illinois""I saw him read Montclair State Teachers College decided be a poet-- ""He turned me on, I started with garage rock sang my songs in Kansas City""Kaddish made me weep for myself & father alive in Nevada City""Father Death comforted me when my sister died Boston l982""I read what he said in a newsmagazine, blew my mind, realized others like me out there"Deaf & Dumb bards with hand signing quick brilliant gesturesThen Journalists, editors's secretaries, agents, portraitists & photo-graphy aficionados, rock critics, cultured laborors, cultural historians come to witness the historic funeral Super-fans, poetasters, aging Beatnicks & Deadheads, autograph-hunters, distinguished paparazzi, intelligent gawkersEveryone knew they were part of 'History" except the deceased who never knew exactly what was happening even when I was aliveFebruary 22, 1997 ~ Allen Ginsberg,
8:To what gods shall the sacrifice be offered? Who shall be invoked to manifest and protect in the human being this increasing godhead?Agni first, for without him the sacrificial flame cannot burn on the altar of the soul. That flame of Agni is the seven-tongued power of the Will, a Force of God instinct with Knowledge. This conscious and forceful will is the immortal guest in our mortality, a pure priest and a divine worker, the mediator between earth and heaven. It carries what we offer to the higher Powers and brings back in return their force and light and joy into our humanity.Indra, the Puissant next, who is the power of pure Existence self-manifested as the Divine Mind. As Agni is one pole of Force instinct with knowledge that sends its current upward from earth to heaven, so Indra is the other pole of Light instinct with force which descends from heaven to earth. He comes down into our world as the Hero with the shining horses and slays darkness and division with his lightnings, pours down the life-giving heavenly waters, finds in the trace of the hound, Intuition, the lost or hidden illuminations, makes the Sun of Truth mount high in the heaven of our mentality.Surya, the Sun, is the master of that supreme Truth, - truth of being, truth of knowledge, truth of process and act and movement and functioning. He is therefore the creator or rather the manifester of all things - for creation is out-bringing, expression by the Truth and Will - and the father, fosterer, enlightener of our souls. The illuminations we seek are the herds of this Sun who comes to us in the track of the divine Dawn and releases and reveals in us night-hidden world after world up to the highest Beatitude.Of that beatitude Soma is the representative deity. The wine of his ecstasy is concealed in the growths of earth, in the waters of existence; even here in our physical being are his immortalising juices and they have to be pressed out and offered to all the gods; for in that strength these shall increase and conquer.Each of these primary deities has others associated with him who fulfil functions that arise from his own. For if the truth of Surya is to be established firmly in our mortal nature, there are previous conditions that are indispensable; a vast purity and clear wideness destructive of all sin and crooked falsehood, - and this is Varuna; a luminous power of love and comprehension leading and forming into harmony all our thoughts, acts and impulses, - this is Mitra; an immortal puissance of clear-discerning aspiration and endeavour, - this is Aryaman; a happy spontaneity of the right enjoyment of all things dispelling the evil dream of sin and error and suffering, - this is Bhaga. These four are powers of the Truth of Surya. For the whole bliss of Soma to be established perfectly in our nature a happy and enlightened and unmaimed condition of mind, vitality and body are necessary. This condition is given to us by the twin Ashwins; wedded to the daughter of Light, drinkers of honey, bringers of perfect satisfactions, healers of maim and malady they occupy our parts of knowledge and parts of action and prepare our mental, vital and physical being for an easy and victorious ascension.Indra, the Divine Mind, as the shaper of mental forms has for his assistants, his artisans, the Ribhus, human powers who by the work of sacrifice and their brilliant ascension to the high dwelling-place of the Sun have attained to immortality and help mankind to repeat their achievement. They shape by the mind Indra's horses, the chariot of the Ashwins, the weapons of the Gods, all the means of the journey and the battle. But as giver of the Light of Truth and as Vritra-slayer Indra is aided by the Maruts, who are powers of will and nervous or vital Force that have attained to the light of thought and the voice of self-expression. They are behind all thought and speech as its impellers and they battle towards the Light, Truth and Bliss of the supreme Consciousness.There are also female energies; for the Deva is both Male and Female and the gods also are either activising souls or passively executive and methodising energies. Aditi, infinite Mother of the Gods, comes first; and there are besides five powers of the Truthconsciousness, - Mahi or Bharati, the vast Word that brings us all things out of the divine source; Ila, the strong primal word of the Truth who gives us its active vision; Saraswati, its streaming current and the word of its inspiration; Sarama, the Intuition, hound of heaven who descends into the cavern of the subconscient and finds there the concealed illuminations; Dakshina, whose function is to discern rightly, dispose the action and the offering and distribute in the sacrifice to each godhead its portion. Each god, too, has his female energy. All this action and struggle and ascension is supported by Heaven our Father and Earth our Mother Parents of the Gods, who sustain respectively the purely mental and psychic and the physical consciousness. Their large and free scope is the condition of our achievement. Vayu, master of life, links them together by the mid-air, the region of vital force. And there are other deities, - Parjanya, giver of the rain of heaven; Dadhikravan, the divine war-horse, a power of Agni; the mystic Dragon of the Foundations; Trita Aptya who on the third plane of existence consummates our triple being; and more besides.The development of all these godheads is necessary to our perfection. And that perfection must be attained on all our levels, - in the wideness of earth, our physical being and consciousness; in the full force of vital speed and action and enjoyment and nervous vibration, typified as the Horse which must be brought forward to upbear our endeavour; in the perfect gladness of the heart of emotion and a brilliant heat and clarity of the mind throughout our intellectual and psychical being; in the coming of the supramental Light, the Dawn and the Sun and the shining Mother of the herds, to transform all our existence; for so comes to us the possession of the Truth, by the Truth the admirable surge of the Bliss, in the Bliss infinite Consciousness of absolute being. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Hymns to the Mystic Fire 1.02 - The Doctrine of the Mystics,

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1: Chanson De Route Arya
~ Charles Cros,
2:My most salient memories ~ Marya Hornbacher,
3:Life is good - we forget that. ~ Maryam d Abo,
4:Nothing is worth anything to dead men. ~ Arya,
5:performance is an act of faith. ~ Marya Mannes,
6:Arya had a way of ruining everything. ~ Anonymous,
7:You cannot know what you do not feel. ~ Marya Mannes,
8:Teach what is inside you. ~ Tirumalai Krishnamacharya,
9:I often love to hate Aishwarya ~ Sanjay Leela Bhansali,
10:Let your dreams be your North Star. ~ MaryAnn Koopmann,
11:comprehending little and caring less. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
12:The Aryan stock is bound to triumph. ~ Winston Churchill,
13:There is, in the end, the letting go. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
14:Lie down and listen to the crabgrass grow. ~ Marya Mannes,
15:Men are embarrassingly easy to seduce. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
16:A well-lived day is medicine unto itself. ~ Acharya Shunya,
17: Darya Se Koh'saar Se Pehle Ki Baat Hai
~ Adeem Hashmi,
18:Meditation results in marvels. ~ Tirumalai Krishnamacharya,
19:The faucet leak, and learn to leave them so. ~ Marya Mannes,
20:... comprehending little and caring less. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
21:Is there no end to this escalation of desire? ~ Marya Mannes,
22:The greatest miracle of all, the human being. ~ Marya Mannes,
23:Infants are interesting only to their parents. ~ Marya Mannes,
24:Karya sastra adalah parfum para sastrawan. ~ Helvy Tiana Rosa,
25:Let your speech be true and sweet. ~ Tirumalai Krishnamacharya,
26:People take the feeling of full for granted. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
27:Dravidian became the counter-point to the Aryan. ~ Romila Thapar,
28:Revelation is the marriage of knowing and feeling. ~ Marya Mannes,
29:The situation of women living in Islam-stricken ~ Maryam Namazie,
30:Trust your life to the One who gave it to you. ~ MaryAnn Koopmann,
31:I'm a driven perfectionist, very self-critical. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
32:My family is my strength and my weakness. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
33:Beauty is transient and changes with time. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
34:To do a Bond picture is a blessing but also a curse. ~ Maryam d Abo,
35:In aid, the proper attitude is one omitting gratitude ~ Marya Mannes,
36:No, normalcy is taken for granted until it's gone. ~ Maryanne O Hara,
37:The Republicans think they have a corner on morality. ~ Marya Mannes,
38:...painfully curious...about how it feels to fall. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
39:So many means of self-destruction, so little time. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
40:Hatred is so much closer to love than indifference. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
41:Generosity with strings is not generosity: it is a deal. ~ Marya Mannes,
42:I love hats, shoes, outfits, handbags, and ethnic jewelery. ~ Soundarya,
43:Karya tulis bisa menjadi monumen dunia dan akhiratmu. ~ Helvy Tiana Rosa,
44:I'm just an average woman with average concerns. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
45:It's never what you say, but how you make it sound sincere. ~ Marya Mannes,
46:Running and seeking, they were sides of the same coin. ~ Rahul Bhattacharya,
47:When your last breath arrives, Grammar can do nothing. ~ Adi Shankaracharya,
48:I began to measure things in absence instead of presence. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
49:Could you bring back a man without a head? Not six times. Just once. ~ Arya,
50:After a lifetime of silence, it is difficult then to speak. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
51:When our false perception is corrected, misery ends also. ~ Adi Shankaracharya,
52:Children take in more information than we'd like to believe. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
53:Nothing isn't better or worse than anything. Nothing is just... nothing. ~ Arya,
54:When you deal with nonfiction you deal with human characters. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
55:Forgive me for being chipper, but despair is desperately dull. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
56:In the race for money some men may come first, but man comes last. ~ Marya Mannes,
57:Haters are a drop in the ocean. Theres that much more love ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
58:Step One is, paradoxically, both a crushing end and a beginning. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
59:Only when Shiva is united with Shakti does he have the power to create - ~ Soundarya,
60:I am a Jew who fornicated with an Aryan woman. I deserve to die. ~ Susan Elia MacNeal,
61:As far as I'm concerned I've never had a problem with anybody, no rivalry. ~ Soundarya,
62:In the end, Dr Bhattacharya had said, the heart fails without warning. ~ Hilary Mantel,
63:Life is full of tough choices between less-than-perfect alternatives. ~ Maryanne O Hara,
64:Not everyone who spoke you friendly was really your friend." - Arya ~ George R R Martin,
65:The ultimate cynicism is to suspend judgment so that you are not judged. ~ Marya Mannes,
66:You can only whine for so long. Then you need to get your life back. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
67:Timing and arrogance are decisive factors in the successful use of talent. ~ Marya Mannes,
68:Aryal whispered, "If I start slapping people, I might not be able to stop. ~ Thea Harrison,
69:But if I had to do it, handle money, then I think I could be responsible, yes. ~ Soundarya,
70:For me, the first sign of oncoming madness is that I'm unable to write. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
71:I have a great story to tell and I tell it well. No holds barred. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
72:The biggest fear of my life is living. My second biggest fear is dying. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
73:The process of maturing is an art to be learned, an effort to be sustained. ~ Marya Mannes,
74:That’s the nice thing about dreams, the way you wake up before you fall. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
75:There is, in fact, an incredible freedom in having nothing left to lose. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
76:The spiritual self is the deepest, most integrated aspect of who we are. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
77:I know for a fact that sickness is easier, but health is more interesting. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
78:Ladakh's Prakash, Paryavaran, Paryatan are a strength for both J&K and India. ~ Narendra Modi,
79:You’re not alone, MaryAnn. And as long as I’m breathing, you never will be.” Her ~ K Langston,
80:A high standard of living is usually accompanied by a low standard of thinking. ~ Marya Mannes,
81:I'm not the type who'll yell about my achievements from the rooftops. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
82:In truth, you like the pain. You like it because you believe you deserve it. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
83:No one is wise by birth, for wisdom results from one own's efforts. ~ Tirumalai Krishnamacharya,
84:One is as one is, and the love that can't encompass both is a poor sort of love. ~ Marya Mannes,
85:The Aryan stands firm, one with God in his attitude to the world and its people. ~ Adolf Hitler,
86:You want, you want, you want; when you're so lucky to have, to have, to have. ~ Maryanne O Hara,
87:Die ersten Schritte sind wertlos, wenn der Weg nicht zu Ende gegangen wird. ~ Adi Shankaracharya,
88:Elegance is innate...individual...eternal...it stands the test of time! ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
89:I don't believe in proving a point to anybody. Nobody is that important. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
90:The true Aryan is as blond as Hitler, as slim as Göring, and as tall as Goebbels— ~ Anthony Doerr,
91:Disciple : The idea is that there must be Aishwarya – power of God – in an Avatar. ~ Sri Aurobindo,
92:I always knew I would be successful. So there was no element of surprise. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
93:And yet you are all that you have, so you must be enough. There is no other way. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
94:I'd love to romance Aishwarya Rai. But I'm 58 now. So I have to play her father. ~ Amitabh Bachchan,
95:People on horses look better than they are. People in cars look worse than they are. ~ Marya Mannes,
96:I hardly have any spare time! But when I do, I garden a lot - I love plants and flowers. ~ Soundarya,
97:Whatever Marya's state, whatever mine, I will find her, and I will carry her home. ~ Josiah Bancroft,
98:Everybody likes to see somebody else get caught for the vices practiced by themselves. ~ Marya Mannes,
99:If you believed hard enough and refused to give up, dreams really could come true. ~ Maryann McFadden,
100:Regulate the breath, be happy, link the mind with the Lord in your heart. ~ Tirumalai Krishnamacharya,
101:To know the good is to react against the bad. Indifference is the mark of deprivation. ~ Marya Mannes,
102:Don't regret what might have been. Accept what is and rejoice in what is yet to be. ~ MaryAnn Koopmann,
103:It is a marvellous thing to be physically a woman if only to know the marvels of a man. ~ Marya Mannes,
104:«El miedo hiere más que las espadas», se repetía Arya, pero no conseguía espantar el miedo. ~ Anonymous,
105:I was more excited than scared, at the opportunity to work in an English movie. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
106:The Aryans—athletic like Goebbels, slim like Göring, and blond like Hitler.” Maggie ~ Susan Elia MacNeal,
107:Artists never make wars. They are too busy making life out of the matter of their visions. ~ Marya Mannes,
108:Human progress had so often been checked by those who were afraid of losing what they had. ~ Marya Mannes,
109:Although working with Amitabh Bacchan was a different experience altogether, I just enjoyed it. ~ Soundarya,
110:The body expresses our very being. The striving for beauty is inborn among the Aryan. ~ Baldur von Schirach,
111:The fact that you were essentially dead does not register until you begin to come alive. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
112:There is nothing harder to come by than detachment and solitude; and nothing more important. ~ Marya Mannes,
113:All great lovers are articulate, and verbal seduction is the surest road to actual seduction. ~ Marya Mannes,
114:Starving is the feminine thing to do these days, the way swooning was in Victorian times. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
115:The more people are reached by mass communication, the less they communicate with each other. ~ Marya Mannes,
116:We are, by our very human nature, limited in what we can know or do or control or change. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
117:Euthanasia ... is simply to be able to die with dignity at a moment when life is devoid of it. ~ Marya Mannes,
118:Given a chance, I would like to work with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan because she's a versatile actor. ~ Brad Pitt,
119:I am mad. The thought calms me. I don't have to try to be sane anymore. It's over. I sleep ~ Marya Hornbacher,
120:It is invaluable to have a friend who shares your interests and helps you stay motivated. ~ Maryam Mirzakhani,
121:For me, it’s not about breaking big in Hollywood, but having interesting experiences. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
122:Having a normal person around me made it poingnantly clear to me that I was out of control. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
123:I had a love affair with books, with the characters and their worlds. Books kept me company ~ Marya Hornbacher,
124:There is no right,” she says. “There’s the best you can do. And that’s fine. That’s normal. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
125:Some people who are obsessed with food become gourmet chefs. Others become eating disorders. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
126:They are solid, real. I am an object, useful but hollow. The absence of thought fills me up. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
127:We turn skeletons into goddesses and look to them as if they might teach us how not to need. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
128:El peligro no justifica un acto irresponsable, por grave que sea la situación.

Arya ~ Christopher Paolini,
129:I said nothing—I hadn’t known Marya, and anyway, “listening quietly” was my general social strategy ~ John Green,
130:Master your breath, let the self be in bliss, contemplate on the sublime within you. ~ Tirumalai Krishnamacharya,
131:There is always reason to care. There is always reason to give. It is what we are here to do. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
132:I don't think it's possible to write a good play or paint a good picture and be a good Republican. ~ Marya Mannes,
133:I said nothing—I hadn’t known Marya, and anyway, “listening quietly” was my general social strategy. ~ John Green,
134:I always believed that my silence on several topics will be an advantage in the long run. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
135:If I have to do something, I feel I should do it perfectly, and ofcourse, Hindi language is a problem. ~ Soundarya,
136:Stay true to what you believe, but make sure that what you believe is true." ~ Dr. MaryAnn Diorio ~ MaryAnn Diorio,
137:I began to feel like I was wearing a sign on my forehead that said FUCKED UP in big neon letters. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
138:Falling in love happens so suddenly that it seems, all at once, that you have always been in love. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
139:Luckily I have a brother who looks after my administration and my money, because I'm a total spendthrift. ~ Soundarya,
140:As her parents, Aishwarya and I want our child to be happy and healthy. I was guarded from all this ~ Abhishek Bachchan,
141:If the world is divided into seeing and not seeing, Marya thought, I shall always choose to see. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
142:Don’t worry,” Marya whispered, kissing his forehead. “My old bones will follow yours soon enough. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
143:Everyone tells me that I have a very sweet face! I'd like to change that. I wish I had a more flexible face! ~ Soundarya,
144:I don't think the advertisers have any real idea of their power not only to reflect but to mould society. ~ Marya Mannes,
145:If you need help bark like a dog." - Gendry. "That's stupid. If I need help I'll shout help." - Arya ~ George R R Martin,
146:Ketika sebuah karya selesai ditulis, maka pengarang tak mati. Ia baru saja memperpanjang umurnya lagi ~ Helvy Tiana Rosa,
147:Flirtation is merely an expression of considered desire coupled with an admission of its impracticability. ~ Marya Mannes,
148:The sign of an intelligent people is their ability to control their emotions by the application of reason. ~ Marya Mannes,
149:Tiago smacked Aryal in the back of the head. It didn’t look like a gentle blow. “Touch her plate and die. ~ Thea Harrison,
150:Who but the Atman is capable of removing the bonds of ignorance, passion and self-interested action? ~ Adi Shankaracharya,
151:Art can excite, titillate, please, entertain, and sometimes shock; but its ultimate function is to ennoble. ~ Marya Mannes,
152:The more you are blessed with experience, the fuller and the more enriched you are in your craft. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
153:Women are repeatedly accused of taking things personally. I cannot see any other honest way of taking them. ~ Marya Mannes,
154:Yavatpavano nivasatidehe tavat prcchati kusalam gehe gatavati vayau dehapaye bharya bibhyati tasminkaye. ~ Sukhabodhananda,
155:A man at his desk in a room with a closed door is a man at work. A woman at a desk in any room is available. ~ Marya Mannes,
156:At my age I don't need references. I can judge a person's character before they've said a hundred words. ~ Maryann McFadden,
157:I get absolutely shitfaced. I am shitfaced and hyper and ten years old. I am having the time of my life. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
158:Self-restraint may be alien to the human temperament, but humanity without restraint will dig its own grave. ~ Marya Mannes,
159:The Judeo-Christian tradition is based on Cultural Appropriation. The western original culture is, Aryan. ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
160:1. The Amazing Race
2. I Thought This Show Was Gonna Be About Aryans
3. Oh.
(Joe O'Neill, from Opium) ~ Dave Eggers,
161:Despite being in showbiz, I have a very real approach to my life. It plays off with my social life. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
162:No matter how thin you get, no matter how short you cut your hair, it's still going to be you underneath. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
163:The madness is there, and will always be there. But it will keep sleeping, as long as I don't wake it up. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
164:You will miss her sometimes. Bear in mind she's trying to kill you. Bear in mind you have a life to live. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
165:If I hadn’t done Bond, I wouldn’t have been in America doing my series, and I would have had a different life. ~ Maryam d Abo,
166:Money is not an aphrodisiac: the desire it may kindle in the female eye is more for the cash than the carrier. ~ Marya Mannes,
167:Why must the power of the female body cancel the power of the female mind? Are we so afraid of having both? ~ Marya Hornbacher,
168:When we believe ourselves to be alone, we have no responsibility to this world and are answerable to no one. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
169:I grew into it. It grew into me. It and I blurred at the edges, became one amorphous, seeping, crawling thing. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
170:To have a child is the greatest honor and responsibility that can be bestowed upon any living being. - Arya ~ Christopher Paolini,
171:I know for a fact that if there's a role which I am suited for, I'll be signed on. I'll never go begging. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
172:The world of sight is still limitless. It is the artist who limits vision to the cramped dimensions of his own ego. ~ Marya Mannes,
173:Time is communal, Marya Morevna, the most purely communal of all commodities. It belongs to us all equally. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
174:In Shankaracharya we saw tremendous intellectual power, throwing the scorching light of reason upon everything. ~ Swami Vivekananda,
175:Maris clicked to another page of the report. “They fed him his own vomit, along with urine and excrement.” Zarya ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon,
176:The spiritual realm is not the ethereal beyond our lived experience. It is our experience, lived fully and well. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
177:Already, with the city behind them, New York didn't feel quite real. As if reality only existed where she existed. ~ Maryanne O Hara,
178:An American who can make money, invoke God, and be no better than his neighbor, has nothing to fear but truth itself. ~ Marya Mannes,
179:Classical ornament here and there accentuated the contrast; caryatides and carved masks of comedy or tragedy looked ~ G K Chesterton,
180:I will eat what I want and look as I please and laugh as loud as I like and use the wrong fork and lick my knife. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
181:Right now, I'm following the Buddhist principle: Smile as abuse is hurled your way and this too shall pass. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
182:The right to choose death when life no longer holds meaning is not only the next liberation but the last human right. ~ Marya Mannes,
183:If a woman stands in a kitchen rubbing her eyes and pouring coffee with no one there to see her, does she exist? I ~ Marya Hornbacher,
184:The curse of the romantic is a greed for dreams, an intensity of expectation that, in the end, diminishes the reality. ~ Marya Mannes,
185:The suppression of civil liberties is too many less a matter for horror than the curtailment of the freedom to profit. ~ Marya Mannes,
186:It is privilege of living to be acutely, agonizingly conscious of the moment that is always present and always passing. ~ Marya Mannes,
187:On 4 January 1875 he filed his first Times despatch, with the dateline: ‘Under the Old Tree of Aryah, Tropical Africa’. ~ Max Hastings,
188:Radio, books, sports-so many means to spend time, but what I like most is the leafy sunshine amidst the Debdaru. ~ Sukanta Bhattacharya,
189:Marya pinned out her childhood like a butterfly. She considered it the way a mathematician considers an equation. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
190:That nothing - not booze, not love, not sex, not work, not moving from state to state - will make the past disappear. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
191:A candidate for office can have no greater advantage than muddled syntax; no greater liability than a command of language. ~ Marya Mannes,
192:Now was not the time to be sentimental. As a child, she'd been ridiculously sentimental about loss, about time passing. ~ Maryanne O Hara,
193:warned me that the tenuous balance that exists in my brain is easily set off kilter, but like everything else he said, ~ Marya Hornbacher,
194:It is television's primary damage that it provides ten million children with the same fantasy, ready-made and on a platter. ~ Marya Mannes,
195:the car, by bisecting the human outline, diminishes it, producing a race of half-people in a motion not of their own making ~ Marya Mannes,
196:To be at peace with self, to find company and nourishment in self-this would be the test of the free and productive psyche. ~ Marya Mannes,
197:A Semite is an etymologically driven identity; contrary to an Aryan which is an identity that is only interested therein. ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
198:You cannot throw words like heroism and sacrifice and nobility and honor away without abandoning the qualities they express. ~ Marya Mannes,
199:I just take on what I can commit to completely at that point in time, and that way you'll be able to give your best. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
200:The joy is an absurd yellow tulip, popping up in my life, contradicting all the evidence that shows it should not be there. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
201:My parents say that even as a very, very little kid, the way that I acted was dramatically different from other little kids. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
202:We can give to those who will give back to us. But we're more blessed when we give to those who cannot; that's giving mercy. ~ MaryAnn Koopmann,
203:I write constantly, trying to avoid the dull pain of gradual loss, trying not to think about the fact that I am leaving soon. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
204:Like the appearance of silver in mother of pearl, the world seems real until the Self, the underlying reality, is realized. ~ Adi Shankaracharya,
205:There are other kinds of damage, to the people in your life, to your sense of who you are and what you can do, to your future ~ Marya Hornbacher,
206:Adi Shankaracharya smiled at his disciple and answered, “The rituals are not for the dead but for the loved ones left behind. ~ Anand Neelakantan,
207:In the practice of Yoga one can emphasize the body, the mind or the self and hence the effort can never be fruitless. ~ Tirumalai Krishnamacharya,
208:Saat menulis karya sastra, kita bisa menjelma siapapun yang kita inginkan, mencipta, membalik keadaan, membuatnya sesuka kita. ~ Helvy Tiana Rosa,
209:Still, she was not sorry. If the world is divided into seeing and not seeing, Marya thought, I shall always choose to see. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
210:The anoretic operates under the astounding illusion that she can escape the flesh, and, by association, the realm of emotions. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
211:We are Bay Aryans from Berkeley: prepare to be reengineered in an attractive range of color schemes for your safety and comfort! ~ Charles Stross,
212:Many people say that recovery from an aneurysm is like having a layer of skin ripped off - your experience of life is more intense. ~ Maryam d Abo,
213:Self-knowledge is the foundation of a practical spirituality, a spirituality that ripples outward from the self into the world. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
214:In our society those who are in reality superior in intelligence can be accepted by their fellows only if they pretend they are not. ~ Marya Mannes,
215:I think many people with a chronic illness would prefer not to have their chronic illness, simply because it's high maintenance. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
216:lead us safe through all difficult places. Keep us always with constant felicities. ~ Sri Aurobindo15 August 1915Arya - A Philosophical Review Vol 2,
217:Sleep, baby, sleep. Our promises we'll keep. Be the miracle you are, a wish come true on a shooting star. Sleep, baby, sleep. ~ Maryann Cusimano Love,
218:I do urge you to welcome children. Even one child will make a difference in your life that you cannot fathom. I promise you, my girl. ~ Maryanne O Hara,
219:Comedy is difficult for an actor. But I think I have a good sense of humor and manage to make people laugh and make them happy. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
220:Do Boga vysoko, do Tsarya daleko, God is high up, and the tsar is far away,” she whispered. Anything can happen, and there’s no remedy. ~ Jason Matthews,
221:Sexy in India is not considered positive. But, with today's crop of fresh faces in the modelling arena, being sexy is an asset. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
222:Shine, baby, shine, be graceful child of mine. Be like the firefly who glows no matter how the darkness grows. Shine, baby, shine ~ Maryann Cusimano Love,
223:Catholics and Protestants are fighting with one another... while the enemy of Aryan humanity and all Christendom is laughing up his sleeve. ~ Adolf Hitler,
224:How I adore you, Marya. How well I chose. Scold me; deny me. Tell me you want what you want and damn me forever. But don’t leave me. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
225:Judaism is the Aryan religion that keeps resurrecting itself throughout history in different modes and based on the domain that hosts it. ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
226:You… are the symbol of the revolution that will transform Aryavarta; you are the one who has brought us to this.
– Panchali Draupadi ~ Krishna Udayasankar,
227:You can't teach an ear, you can't teach talent, but you can teach people who have those things not to just fly by the seat of their pants. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
228:The cure for all the illness of life is stored in the inner depth of life itself, the access to which is possible when one is alone. ~ Sabyasachi Bhattacharya,
229:in the swastika, the mission of the struggle for the victory of the Aryan man, and, by the same token, the victory of the idea of creative work. ~ Adolf Hitler,
230:In an age where the lowered eyelid is just a sign of fatigue, the delicate game of love is pining away. Freud and flirtation are poor companions. ~ Marya Mannes,
231:Bagi saya tidak penting disebut penulis, pengarang atau sastrawan, yang penting terus berkarya. Lalu dengan rendah hati terus belajar menulis. ~ Helvy Tiana Rosa,
232:When women can cherish the vulnerability of men as much as men can exult in the strength of women, a new breed could lift a ruinous yoke from both. ~ Marya Mannes,
233:idea that the Vedic Aryans came from outside of ancient India and entered the region to start what became the Vedic civilization is a foreign idea. ~ Stephen Knapp,
234:What do you like to do?” She scuffed a toe amongst the rushes. “Needlework.” “Very restful, isn’t it?” “Well,” said Arya, “not the way I do it. ~ George R R Martin,
235:I was used to sleeping with people because I endlessly found myself in identical situations where it was easier to just fuck them than to say no. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
236:Kill them. Kill them all. Remind the world what it means to be Arya. Remind the world what it is to walk with the gods.
– Syoddhan Kauravya ~ Krishna Udayasankar,
237:Kill them. Kill them all. Remind the world what it means to be Arya. Remind the world what it is to walk with the gods.
– Syoddhan Kauravyaw ~ Krishna Udayasankar,
238:the ancient Persians also talk of an original ‘Aryan’ homeland and even name the river Helmand in Afghanistan after the Saraswati (i.e. Harahvaiti). ~ Sanjeev Sanyal,
239:The earth we abuse and the living things we kill will, in the end, take their revenge; for in exploiting their presence we are diminishing our future. ~ Marya Mannes,
240:Where renunciation and longing for liberation are weak, tranquillity and the other virtues are a mere appearance, like the mirage in the desert. ~ Adi Shankaracharya,
241:Knowing all objects to be impermanent, let not their contact blind you, resolve again and again to be aware of the Self that is permanent. ~ Tirumalai Krishnamacharya,
242:Minds are cluttered from the age of six with the values of others-values which bear little relation to their own private capacities, needs and desires. ~ Marya Mannes,
243:No man is a Christian who cheats his fellows, perverts the truth, or speaks of a "clean bomb" yet he will be the first to make public his faith in God. ~ Marya Mannes,
244:So many people came into your life, and they were such a part of the everyday that it was impossible to imagine them gone until, one day, they were. ~ Maryanne O Hara,
245:I have always been a person who is extremely comfortable in my skin. I have always just been myself in all these years on the public platform. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
246:It was at thirteen years old that Marya Morevna learned how to keep a secret, and that secrets are jealous things, permitting no fraternization. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
247:Nüfusa kıyasla bonzai kullanımındaki ilk 10 il şöyle sıralanıyor: Kocaeli, Tekirdağ, Edirne, İzmir, Kırıkkale, Balıkesir, İstanbul, Bursa, Sakarya, Samsun… ~ Anonymous,
248:flirtation ... is a graceful salute to sex, a small impermanent spark between one human being and another, between a man and a woman not in need of fire. ~ Marya Mannes,
249:Hitler insisted on the superiority of the Aryan race, but his closest allies were the Italians, and he accorded the Japanese the dubious accolade of ~ Stephen E Ambrose,
250:Disciple : But I suppose these two things : the inner spiritual consciousness of the Divine and the Aishwarya – the powers of God – are not incompatible. ~ Sri Aurobindo,
251:...Someone speaks in soft tones to me and says I am psychotic, but it's going to be all right. I put on my hat, unperturbed, and ask for some crayons. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
252:Advertisers in general bear a large part of the responsibility for the deep feelings of inadequacy that drive women to psychiatrists, pills, or the bottle. ~ Marya Mannes,
253:In Aryans' Discipline, to build a friendship is to build wealth, To maintain a friendship is to maintain wealth and To end a friendship is to end wealth. ~ Gautama Buddha,
254:It is not enough to show people how to live better; there is a mandate for any group with enormous powers of communication to show people how to be better. ~ Marya Mannes,
255:I would call an intellectual one whose instrument of work - his mind - is also his major source of pleasure; a man whose entertainment is his intelligence. ~ Marya Mannes,
256:The use of the plough goes back to pre-Harappan times and one of the words frequently used for the plough – langala – is from Munda, a non-Aryan language. ~ Romila Thapar,
257:A believer should easily identify the Aryan tampering of Scripture. One example is the unceasing hostility and aggression against the innocent firstborns ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
258:Isaac Newton, the man who rejected the demonic Aryan theology of the Trinity and were recompensed by The Lord with CALCULUS as a reward for his fidelity. ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
259:I wanted to turn heads not with lecherous leers of bemusement but with awe. I wanted to become untouchable, cruel, glittery, sleek and haughty as a cat. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
260:Rid your body of its impurities, let your speech be true and sweet, feel friendship for the world, and with humility seek wealth and knowledge. ~ Tirumalai Krishnamacharya,
261:Most idealists lived in their own impossible worlds, sealed away from reality; Maryam, it seemed, effortlessly reached out from hers and drew others inside. ~ Helene Wecker,
262:the putka was derived from the Sanskrit putika, the name of a plant never theretofore identified that the Aryans had used as the first surrogate for Soma. ~ R Gordon Wasson,
263:In common with many who have a brain injury, I initially lost my confidence and felt very vulnerable, as if a protective layer of skin had been stripped away. ~ Maryam d Abo,
264:Why do we need money beyond a point? If we are free of ill health, enmity, and debt, is that not enough? Too much money only leads to less peace. ~ Tirumalai Krishnamacharya,
265:WHILE RAM IS CALLED MARYADA Purushottam, he who upholds rules of society at any cost, Krishna is called Leela Purushottam, he who enjoys the game of life. ~ Devdutt Pattanaik,
266:And if they thought her aimless, if they thought her a bit mad, let them. It meant they left her alone. Marya was not aimless, anyway. She was thinking. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
267:It was mind boggling to know that I would experience such betrayal at such a young age while others live their whole life without knowing what betrayal is ~ Veronika Gasparyan,
268:Maybe all men should have to fight for something sometime in their lives. I'm thirty-three years old and I've never had to fight for a blessed thing, have I? ~ Maryanne O Hara,
269:Never be in debt. Never reside near enemies. Never trap your body through disease. Never forget the Lord with his consort who resides in the heart. ~ Tirumalai Krishnamacharya,
270:To build a business, we need decision-makers and decision-followers. He who takes decisions is the karta. He who follows decisions is called a karya-karta. ~ Devdutt Pattanaik,
271:No, he said, we are not alone. I have you, and you have me. And there is Arya and Nasuada and Orik, and many others besides who will help us along our way. ~ Christopher Paolini,
272:Ribbons a-flutter and orchids a-tremble, Yearly the vigilant Daughters assemble, Affirming in fervid and firm resolutions Their permanent veto on all revolutions. ~ Marya Mannes,
273:We pity or condemn the communist peoples of the world for being bound in the chains of doctrine. So are we. Our doctrine runs as follows: Our Way is the Only Way. ~ Marya Mannes,
274:When the Great Reality is not known the study of the scriptures is fruitless; when the Great Reality is known the study of the scriptures is also fruitless. ~ Adi Shankaracharya,
275:Good-fellowship, unflagging, is the prime requisite for success in our society, and the man or woman who smiles only for reasons of humor or pleasure is a deviate. ~ Marya Mannes,
276:If he fancied her anymore," Saphira said to both Eragon and Roran, "I'd be trying to kiss Arya myself." "Saphira!" Mortified, Eragon swatted her on the leg. ~ Christopher Paolini,
277:The real demon is success-the anxieties engendered by this quest are relentless, degrading, corroding. What is worse, there is no end to this escalation of desire. ~ Marya Mannes,
278:Inhale, and God approaches you. Hold the inhalation, and God remains with you. Exhale, and you approach God. Hold the exhalation, and surrender to God. ~ Tirumalai Krishnamacharya,
279:There is Bengal, and Bihar, Barakor river is in the middle of them; so strange, so profound! No other river (not even Ganga) has cast so vast a spell on me. ~ Sukanta Bhattacharya,
280:Madness strips you of memory and leaves you scrabbling around on the floor of your brain for the snatches and snippets of what happened, what was said, and when. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
281:My brain sometimes departs from the agreed-upon reality, and my private reality is a very lonely place. But in the end, I'm not sure I wish I'd never gone there. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
282:The Hindu Aryan Open Defecation Syndrome of India is a physical condition taking place on both ends, the anal and the oral; the cause thereof is pure theological. ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
283:I relish my life. It’s the one I have. It’s difficult, beautiful, painful, full of laughter, passing strange. Whatever else it is, whatever it brings – it’s mine. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
284: Love Or Leave
If you belove me I am your heartizen
If you delove me I am your heartburn
Then relieve me
Love me
or
Leave me alone
~ Bhattacharya Chandan,
285:The side of me that feared fire and longed for ice, that cringed at noise and hungered for silence, that shied from touch and desired to numb itself into nothing. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
286:The term “starvation diet” refers to 900 calories a day. I was on one-third of a starvation diet. What do you call that? One word that comes to my mind: “suicide. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
287:Isn't it strange, Dez, that we never see certain parts of ourselves? Our backs, our lungs, our hearts. We never know what it really is to sit across from ourselves. ~ Maryanne O Hara,
288:It is, at the most basic level, a bundle of contradictions: a desire for power that strips you of all power. A gesture of strength that divests you of all strength. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
289:perhaps our purpose is, for the time being, to be human, to live on this earth and in this human community, to receive something from it, and to give something back. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
290:The barbarian weapon is fission: the splitting asunder. It has been perfected for death. Our only weapon is fusion: an imperfect process still, though designed for life. ~ Marya Mannes,
291:The New York voice reflects its diversity, its foreignness, and, inevitably, the sense of superiority New Yorkers feel or come to feel. It says, without saying, We Know. ~ Marya Mannes,
292:The seven-serpents headed Aryan symbol is yet another indication for the Aryan origins of the Jew identity which preserved the Symbol of the Menorah in its tradition. ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
293:If he fancied her anymore,' Saphira said to both Eragon and Roran, 'I'd be trying to kiss Arya myself.'

'Saphira!' Mortified, Eragon swatted her on the leg. ~ Christopher Paolini,
294:Not at all, I wanted to go into medicine. I took science in college. But my dad was a Producer - Director in Kannada films, and someone saw me, and one thing led to another. ~ Soundarya,
295:Politik adalah penting tetapi yang lebih penting adalah manusia yang memiliki wawasan teknis dalam bidangnya masing-masing untuk membangun karya-karya nyata. ~ Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie,
296:When the purpose of clearly exposing the differences between the Aryan and the Tamil culture, civilization, conduct and creed Thirukkural was written. I am of that firm view. ~ Periyar,
297:Be careful you don't cut yourself. The edges are sharp enough to shave with.' 'Girls don't shave', Arya said. 'Maybe they should. Have you ever seen the septa's legs? ~ George R R Martin,
298:What a child knows about transformation is very little. What an adult knows, I think, is even less. Because a child at least remembers that transformation is possible. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
299:When you are mad, mad like this, you don't know it. Reality is what you see. When what you see shifts, departing from anyone else's reality, it's still reality to you. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
300:In terms of finding that first international recognition of my work, coming back to Cannes is such a milestone in my life because it began actually with 'Devdas'. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
301:And the heart of Ivan Nikolayevich broke inside the body of Marya Morevna, and the pieces of him lodged deep in her bones, and through the window, the stars watched. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
302:I mean, we all know the dangers of starving, but bulimia? That can't be that bad. It's only bad when you get really thin. Who worries about bulimics? They're just gross. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
303:Never, never underestimate the power of desire. If you want to live badly enough, you can live. The great question, at least for me, was: How do I decide I want to live? ~ Marya Hornbacher,
304:I wish I could find words to explain what this kind of cold is like- the cold that has somehow gotten in underneath your skin and is getting colder and colder inside you. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
305:Bekerja dan berkaryalah sebaik mungkin, setulus mungkin, tanpa ada setitik pun arogansi. Lalu biar Allah saja dan para hambaNya menilai semua hal yang paling nyata darimu. ~ Helvy Tiana Rosa,
306:Borders are scratched across the hearts of men By strangers with a calm, judicial pen, And when the borders bleed we watch with dread The lines of ink across the map turn red. ~ Marya Mannes,
307:Expect trouble as an inevitable part of life and when it comes, hold your head high, look it squarely in the eye and say, "I will be bigger than you. You cannot defeat me. ~ MaryAnn Koopmann,
308:Where is the delusion when truth is known? Where is the disease when the mind is clear? Where is death when the Breath is controlled? Therefore surrender to Yoga. ~ Tirumalai Krishnamacharya,
309:certain kinds of people become Republicans and certain kinds of people become Democrats, and ... it's more than a matter of party affiliation. It's a way of thinking and being. ~ Marya Mannes,
310:Himmler wants to send an expedition to Tibet to look for ancient manuscripts on the Aryans. The man is like a little schoolgirl. What culture is there in an old jug, I ask you? ~ Adolf Hitler,
311:If American men are obsessed with money, American women are obsessed with weight. The men talk of gain, the women talk of loss, and I do not know which talk is the more boring. ~ Marya Mannes,
312:Jadi apanya yang harus dikenal, kan orang dikenal karena karyanya, ratusan juta orang di atas bumi ini tidak berkarya yang membikin mereka dikenal, maka tidak dikenal. ~ Pramoedya Ananta Toer,
313:The non-Abrahamic Aryan (i.e. Jew) needed to introduce his newly adopted/plagiaristic identity in Exodus 6:3 to ease up his encroachment into the Semitic Abrahamic heritage. ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
314:Why is it safe for you and not for me?" whispered Marya Morevna.
"Because you're still a girl." The vintovnik grinned. "Girls have to obey rules. Chyerti break them. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
315:5 over 6 is the temporal ratio that refers to the phases of the Moon which was embedded in the Aryan ancient calendar to complement the one sixth of the House of the Sun/Son. ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
316:But new love only lasts so long, and then you crash back into the real people you are, and from as high as we were, it's a very long fall, and we hit the ground with a thud. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
317:Hoary idea, in any case, expecting a woman to surrender her name to her husband's in exchange for his. Why? Would any man submerge his identity and heritage to the woman he wed? ~ Marya Mannes,
318:I missed him so much that it felt like a physical pain in the area below my ribs. I opened my mouth to accommodate it. I put my hand to it. A hollow, aching, piercing place. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
319:You wake up one morning and there it is, sitting in an old plaid bathrobe in your kitchen, unpleasant and unshaved. You look at it, heart sinking. Madness is a rotten guest. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
320:When it was her turn to say good-bye, Aryal said, "Don't do anything I wouldn't do."

Niniane opened and closed her mouth. She said, "I have no idea how to respond to that. ~ Thea Harrison,
321:All of Dragos’s sentinels were mean and barbaric and sexy. Even that weird harpy-bitch Aryal, who she might have a teensy girl crush on. You know, in a totally hetero kind of way. ~ Thea Harrison,
322:Could it be that even his ideas about vice had changed? Vice used to be a harmless word. You were entitled to your private vice, so long as it hurt no one and pleased a few. ~ Bhabani Bhattacharya,
323:Promiscuous ... was a word I had never applied to myself. Possibly no one ever does, for it is a sordid word, reducing many valuable moments to nothing more than doglike copulation. ~ Marya Mannes,
324:She knew better: when artistry seems most elusive is when you must focus, dig deep, and force yourself to think about how to give form to an idea that seems too vague to express. ~ Maryanne O Hara,
325:To lead means to direct and to exact, and no man dares do either - he might be unpopular. What authority we are given now is a trinity: the grin, the generality, and God (the Word). ~ Marya Mannes,
326:The arena of logic was made by men for men; it was expressly founded on the exclusion of what is not male, as well as what is not Greek, not Christian, nor Western, not Aryan. ~ Catharine MacKinnon,
327:The process of maturing is an art to be learned, an effort to be sustained. By the age of fifty you have made yourself what you are, and if it is good, it is better than your youth. ~ Marya Mannes,
328:Republicans seems to me to be chiefly concerned with holding on to what they have: in society, it's position, or respectability, or what you will; in business, of course, it's profit. ~ Marya Mannes,
329:I cannot help but think that, had I lived in a culture where “thinness” was not regarded as a strange state of grace, I might have sought out another means of attaining that grace, ~ Marya Hornbacher,
330:Maryanne was much too furious to stand still. She paced her living room from one end to the other, her mind spitting and churning. A slow painful death was too good for Nolan Adams. ~ Debbie Macomber,
331:Me and my needs were driving my mother away. Me and my needs retreated to my closet, disappeared into fairy tales. I started making up a world where my needs wouldn´t exist at all. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
332:All of us have theories about the world and about ourselves. We will go to great lengths to prove ourselves right because it keeps the world in our head coherent and understandable. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
333:A seventeenth-century painting can be "modern" because the living eye finds it fresh and new. A "modern" painting can be outdated because it was a product of the moment and not of time. ~ Marya Mannes,
334:Character is fate—that’s what he said. They’re bound up, those two, like brothers and sisters. You wanna know the future?” She points at Varya with her free hand. “Look in the mirror. ~ Chloe Benjamin,
335:For things and their revolutions are like the images of a dream...So long as the dream lasts, all this world appears real to us ; the world exists no longer when the dream is finished. ~ Shankaracharya,
336:Know the difference between Giant and Jumbo? Between two-ounce and a big two-ounce? Between a quart and a full quart? What's a tall 24-inch? What does Extra Long mean? Who's kidding who? ~ Marya Mannes,
337:Surely the hold of great music on the listener is precisely this: that the listener is made whole; and at the same time part of an image of infinite grace and grandeur which is creation. ~ Marya Mannes,
338:Though it were proved that there was never an Aryan race in the past, yet we desire that in the future there may be one. This is the decisive standpoint for men of action. ~ Houston Stewart Chamberlain,
339:Until we know what motivates the hearts and minds of men we can understand nothing outside ourselves, nor will we ever reach fulfillment as that greatest miracle of all, the human being. ~ Marya Mannes,
340:You mix the affluence of the white and the poverty of the black and you do not get a civilized society. Integration on an equal level is one thing. Mixing on an unequal level is another. ~ Marya Mannes,
341:Here's a book about gnomes, undines, salamanders, elves, sylphs, fairies, but it, too, brings in the origins of Aryan civilization. The SS, apparently, are descended from the Seven Dwarfs. ~ Umberto Eco,
342:I was born pretty lucky, an Aryan Australian, friendly girl, that gives you a lot of advantages in the world. I was unaware of people's fights or struggles for equality. I was really naive. ~ Sia Furler,
343:My students know I have a life, they know I've written about my life. They know some detail, probably more than they know about their physics teacher, but I would've told them anyway! ~ Marya Hornbacher,
344:I try to keep things as varied as possible in my career, and after playing something as fun and over the top as Maryann on 'True Blood,' I wanted to find something antithetical to that. ~ Michelle Forbes,
345:Aryami Bose's home had been closed up for years, inhabited only by books and paintings, but the spectre of thousands of memories imprisoned between its walls still permeated the house. ~ Carlos Ruiz Zaf n,
346:Just you wait. Papa Koschei is coming, coming, coming, over the hills on his red horse and he's got bells on his boots and a ring in his poket and he knows your name, Marya Morevna. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
347:Es imposible pasar por la vida sin recibir ningún rasguño. Tampoco es deseable. Por las heridas que acumulamos podemos conocer tanto nuestras locuras como nuestros logros.

Arya ~ Christopher Paolini,
348:Aryal yawned. She had stretched out on the floor, her long legs crossed at the ankle. She said in a drowsy voice, “I could start bitch-slapping people. Sooner or later somebody would squawk. ~ Thea Harrison,
349:So: as of 2011, after many decades of being the official and much-funded hypothesis, the Aryan Invasion Theory has still not been confirmed by even a single piece of archaeological evidence. ~ Koenraad Elst,
350:My bones are brittle, my heart weak and erratic, my esophagus and stomach riddled with ulcers, my reproductive system shot, my immune system useless... I'm not going to have a happy ending. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
351:For every five well-adjusted and smoothly functioning Americans, there are two who never had the chance to discover themselves. It may well be because they have never been alone with themselves. ~ Marya Mannes,
352:I have a remarkable ability to delete all better judgement from my brain when I get my head set on something. I have no sense of moderation, no sense of caution. I have no sense pretty much. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
353:Marya supposed this was why no one asked after stolen fairy tale girls. What embarrassments they turn out to be. They grow tempers; they join the army; they need glasses. Who wants them? ~ Catherynne M Valente,
354:That smile, Acharya knew, was the summary of all men who stay out of fierce enchanting battles because they want to build their place in the world through the deceptions of good public relations. ~ Manu Joseph,
355:Strangely, nothing makes me feel tired, fatigued, at all. I've gone days and nights without sleep, and still the mind is in such a positive space it just doesn't make you feel fatigued. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
356:I'm a student. I want to do better, and I want directors who can find the actress in me and be my teachers. I'm interested in the whole process of editing, post-production and direction. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
357:The Aryan Psyche has been abstractly split into an indivisible duality: One that inheriting(ly) basks in Mother Nature and another that plagiaristically aches towards a Semitic heavenly father. ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
358:In our long and obsessive passion for youth, we have - more than any other modern society - avoided direct approach to age and to dying by denying them in word, in fact, and - above all - in worth. ~ Marya Mannes,
359:Then, as they stood there, struggling back and forth without avail, Eragon said in a low fierce voice, "I...see...you." A bright spark appeared in Arya's eyes, then vanished just as quickly. ~ Christopher Paolini,
360:The rights of citizenship will be taken away from all Jews and other non-Aryans. They are inferior and therefore enemies of the state. It is the duty of all true Aryans to hate and despise them. ~ Charlie Chaplin,
361:Just where do you think you are going, Arya?' the septa demanded. Arya glared at her. 'I have to go shoe a horse,' she said sweetly taking a brief satisfaction in the shock on the septa's face. ~ George R R Martin,
362:Aryan’ and ‘Dravidian’ used as terms for peoples confuses language and race since these are language labels, and should correctly be used as, ‘Aryan-speaking people’ and ‘Dravidian-speaking people’. ~ Romila Thapar,
363:I always desired to marry someone who loves me for who I am. Someone, who does not love me just because I’m rich… one who will love me and care for me till the end of time. And that man is you, Aryan ~ Rohit Sharma,
364:He leaned down and whispered to me: No matter how thin you get, no matter how short you cut your hair, it's still going to be you underneath. And he let go of my arm and walked back down the hall. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
365:She gave in to a hankering for a cup of tea even though she knew that the idea of a cup of tea-sitting still, calmly sipping-was more appealing than actually sitting still and trying to calmly sip. ~ Maryanne O Hara,
366:Then, as they stood there, struggling back and forth without avail, Eragon said in a low fierce voice, "I...see...you."
A bright spark appeared in Arya's eyes, then vanished just as quickly. ~ Christopher Paolini,
367:Because I'm not, in fact, depressed, Prozac makes me manic and numb - one of the reasons I slice my arm in the first place is that I'm coked to the gills on something utterly wrong for what I have. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
368:I did love Kolkata as a mysterious woman, the beloved, my mother...I dont the outside world, my world is Kolkata... I do want to live, but Im certain that the death of Kolkata will bring my end ~ Sukanta Bhattacharya,
369:fear has always been a diminisher of life. Whether bred in the bogs of superstition or clothed in the brocades of dogma and ritual, the specter of death has reduced the living to supplicants, powerless. ~ Marya Mannes,
370:I don't need a man to be happy. I had a great one , that was good enough. I don't expect to find another one like him, and why settle for anything less? I'm going ot be perfectly content alone.--Marya ~ Danielle Steel,
371:Something like this could increase our membership tenfold. Nice, pure Aryan lad, with his whole future ahead of him, murdered by Paki immigrant scum. That’ll turn a few fence-sitters in our direction. ~ Peter Robinson,
372:What is asserted by a man is an opinion; what is asserted by a woman is opinionated. A woman with ideas and the ability to express them is something of a social embarrassment, like an unhousebroken pet. ~ Marya Mannes,
373:And what if I change?” It seems impossible that Varya’s future is already inside her like an actress just offstage, waiting decades to leave the wings. “Then you’d be special. ’Cause most people don’t. ~ Chloe Benjamin,
374:At night, she whispered into the pipes: I hate it here. Please take me away, let me be something other than Marya, something magical, with a round belly. Frighten me, make me cry, only come back. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
375:Rama looks on as Lakshmana disfigures Surpanakha but then, he is maryada purushottam. The ideal man allows other women to be disfigured and, constantly suspicious of her chastity, neglects his own wife! ~ Namita Gokhale,
376:We were at another funeral party. I wasn’t sure who had died this time, but it was a suicide, and upsetting because it was completely out of season. No on killed themselves in summertime. It was rude. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
377:Do we recognize the platform that Indian cinema has been given? Of course. And typically India of us, we gracefully acknowledge our host's grace and we thank you for celebrating us and our cinema. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
378:In my mind, learning to fly was a very logical alternative. I honestly saw no other way to free myself from this torture other than to fly just like the birds did; the birds were completely free"
​ ~ Veronika Gasparyan,
379:An Aryan [noble] mind has too much respect for other people, and its sense of its own dignity is too pronounced to allow it to impose its own ideas upon others, even when it knows that its ideas are correct. ~ Julius Evola,
380:The Soul appears to be finite because of ignorance. When ignorance is destroyed the Self which does not admit of any multiplicity truly reveals itself by itself: like the Sun when the clouds pass away. ~ Adi Shankaracharya,
381:Both of Europe and the Hebrews belong to the House of Bull, they both are from the same Aryan culture. Europa was after all -in Greek mythology- the mother of the Minotaur which was decapitated by Theseus. ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
382:for Murtagh to overwhelm you, Arya, and all the other spellcasters with the Varden.” Eragon remembered how, both times he and Saphira had encountered Murtagh and Thorn, Murtagh’s mind had felt as if it ~ Christopher Paolini,
383:Three times in six months an agreement was reached and three times the Prime Minister backed out. Each time the interests of the Hindus of Haryana weighed more heavily with her than a settlement with the Sikhs. ~ Mark Tully,
384:Starvation is incredibly frightening when it finally sets in with a vengeance. And when it does,you are surprised. You hadn't meant this. You say: Wait, not this. And then it sucks you under and you drown. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
385:Though Dutch, I was considered of Aryan race and my child -- otherwise shamed as uneheliches Kind, conceived out of wedlock -- might just be accepted into the Lebensborn program and raised by a good German family. ~ Pam Jenoff,
386:Nobody objects to a woman being a good writer or sculptor or geneticist if at the same time she manages to be a good wife, a good mother, good-looking, good-tempered, well-dressed, well-groomed, and unaggressive. ~ Marya Mannes,
387:A musical audience is at best uninspiring, at worst definitely drab. ... Respectability hangs like a pall over the orchestra and the boxes; a sort of sterile sobriety ill-fitted to the passionate geometry of music. ~ Marya Mannes,
388:Bear in mind you have a life to live. There is an incredible loss. There is a profound grief. And there is, in the end, after a long time and more work than you ever thought possible, a time when it gets easier. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
389:Darya Alexandrovna made no reply. She suddenly felt that she had got far away from Anna; that there lay between them a barrier of questions on which they could never agree, and about which it was better not to speak. ~ Leo Tolstoy,
390:I either want to be completely recovered or completely emaciated. It's the in between that I can't stand, the limbo of failure where you know that you haven't done your best at one or the other: dying or living. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
391:"You look different now. Like a proper little girl," (said Gendry.) "I look like an oak tree, with all these stupid acorns," (said Arya.) "Nice, though. A nice oak tree. [...] You even smell nice for a change." ~ George R R Martin,
392:Eragon blinked. Is it me, or is everyone on the edge today? Like Arya-one moment she's angry, the next she's giving me a blessing!
No one will be comfortable until things return to normal.
Define normal. ~ Christopher Paolini,
393:I couldn’t comprehend why she still hadn’t stopped him because it’s clearly every mother’s responsibility to protect her children. After all, that’s the trust that bonds a mother and her child together, forever ~ Veronika Gasparyan,
394:The discarding of the icon by both the Brahmo and Arya Samaj was almost a knee-jerk reaction. It was seen as a pollution of the original religion but possibly the jibe of idol worship may have enhanced this reaction. ~ Romila Thapar,
395:The saint who has arrived at a perfect contemplation, sees the All as one only spirit and his soul loses itself in this spirit, as water is dissolved in water, as fire is united to fire, as air is made one with air. ~ Shankaracharya,
396:Both of the twins exhibited a sort of prized Wisconsin Aryan-ness that excused them from blame for almost any caper. they looked liked the protagonists from a Disney movie but behaved like After School Specials. ~ Josh Kilmer Purcell,
397:My mother insulted me, I insulted her, Jeanne, the stepgrandmother, insulted everything in a skirt, and my grandfather just kept right on drinking. We picked at our food, competing for who could eat the least. When ~ Marya Hornbacher,
398:Sitting out there on the porch, I laughed. How funny—to think of us turning our clocks this way and that, importantly telling the sun when to rise and when to set, when we would prefer it to be light and when dark. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
399:Life will take its toll on all of us. We get injured, we get old. It's really sad to try to run away from these harsh realities of life. Looks are not everything. I am not going to look beautiful all the time. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
400:They were waiting for Marya Dmitrievna Akhrosimova, known in society as le terrible dragon, a lady celebrated not for her wealth or distinction, but for her straightforward speech and the frank simplicity of her manners. ~ Leo Tolstoy,
401:You can dig through public records and other documents to find out if a certain person had an Aryan grandmother, but there's no way to tell if that grandmother's Eocene ancestor was a sinanthropus or a pithecanthropus. ~ Stanis aw Lem,
402:You will not stop. The pain is necessary, especially the pain of hunger. It reassures you that you are strong, can withstand anything, that you are not a slave to your body, you don't have to give in to its whining. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
403:Even in India the Hindi film industry might be the best known but there are movies made in other regional languages in India, be it Tamil or Bengali. Those experiences too are different from the ones in Bombay. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
404:It was late spring when Marya Morevna slid her brass key into the lock of the house on Dzerzhinskaya Street, feeling it slide, too, between her own ribs, and open her like a reliquary full of old, nameless bones. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
405:That was a heroic deed.” Embarrassed, Eragon scuffed his boots against the ground. “I wouldn’t have survived if not for Arya.” “You are too modest, Argetlam,” she admonished. “It was you who struck the final blow. ~ Christopher Paolini,
406:Our ancestors had displayed great strengths in space science. What people like Aryabhata had said centuries ago are being recognised by science today. We are a country which had these capabilities. We need to regain them. ~ Narendra Modi,
407:Human beings are worthy of the highest respect, but not all opinions and beliefs are worthy of respect and tolerance. There are some who believe in fascism, white supremacy, the inferiority of women. Must they be respected? ~ Maryam Namazie,
408:A new age dawns, Uttara. The Wheel of Time has turned. Not too long from now – hopefully in our lifetime – Aryavarta will be a janapada, a realm ruled by its people, the largest such in the world!
– Abhimanyu Karshni ~ Krishna Udayasankar,
409:His point," Varya said, "was that it's impossible to survive without dehumanizing the enemy, without creating an enemy in the first place. He said that compassion was the purview of civilians, not those whose job was to act. ~ Chloe Benjamin,
410:Krishnamacharya's personal practice was always with long deep breathing and mental focus. Observe the position of his head, the lower abdomen and his mental focus. He was always concentrated on the inner alignment through breath. ~ A G Mohan,
411:You never identify yourself with the shadow cast by your body, or with its reflection, or with the body you see in a dream or in your imagination. Therefore you should not identify yourself with this living body, either. ~ Adi Shankaracharya,
412:Behold the Power of the peanut. His body mass may be small, but his influence is mighty. The last holdout in the Tower has officially fallen to him.
(Said by Pia about the effect her son 'peanut' had on the Sentinel Aryal) ~ Thea Harrison,
413:I have a remarkable ability to delete all better judgment from my brain when I get my head set on something. Everything is done at all costs. I have no sense of moderation, no sense of caution. I have no sense, pretty much. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
414:The more we prepare for war, the more we make it a reality. Yet, it would seem, to prepare for war may also be the best and possibly the only way to avoid it.’
– Govinda Shauri, The Aryavarta Chronicles - Kurukshetra ~ Krishna Udayasankar,
415:But in some ways, the most significant choices one makes in life are done for reasons that are not all that dramatic, not earth-shaking at all; often enough, the choices we make are, for better or for worse, made by default. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
416:People minus space equals Poverty ... What is living for? If the answer is a life of dignity, decency and opportunity, then every increase in population means a decrease in all three. The crowd is a threat to every single being. ~ Marya Mannes,
417:The Hindu faith and the information for its sacred books, the Vedas, were taken to the Indian subcontinent by the Aryans from the Caucasus Mountains, one of the centers for extraterrestrials/inner terrestrials and their offspring. ~ David Icke,
418:We Indians are a stinking corrupt people. Our religion is corrupt and we try to survive by corrupting our gods. It’s in our philosophy, taught by our great Aryan ancestors, the Muslim invaders and the British imperialists. ~ Maloy Krishna Dhar,
419:According to Krishnamacharya , practice and knowledge must always go together. He used to say, practice without right knowledge of theory is blind. This is also because without right knowledge, one can mindfully do a wrong practice. ~ A G Mohan,
420:Acharya, what's the ideal amount of time that should be spent bythe king's council debating an issue?’ ‘Well, if you don't want the council to spend too long over something, make it the last item on their agenda before refreshments. ~ Anonymous,
421:But she immediately turned away to Princess Marya Borisovna and never once glanced at him until he got up to leave; then she looked at him, but obviously only because it was impolite not to look at a man when he was bowing to you. ~ Leo Tolstoy,
422:Anxiety. Dissociation. The words came easily. We attach them to processes, they migrate to the people themselves, and we think: Now I understand. But we don’t, and the words themselves interdict further attempts to do so. Maryanne ~ James Sallis,
423:For all its God language, the Twelve Step program isn’t actually an attempt at religious conversion. Really, it just tries to bring us to a place of new spiritual understanding that allows us to live differently in this world. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
424:Anorexia and bulimia seem to be getting much more common in boys, men, and women of all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds; they are also becoming more common in racial groups previously thought to be impervious to the problem. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
425:Arya lifted her gaze from the dead man and his dead dog. Jaqen H'ghar was leaning up against the side of the Wailing Tower. When he saw her looking, he lifted a hand to his face and laid two fingers casually against his cheek. ~ George R R Martin,
426:Even prior to marriage and motherhood, it's always been about prioritising and focusing on what you can commit to. That's been my approach to every aspect of my life, be it my relationships or my professional commitments. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
427:We know we need, and so we acquire and eat and eat, past the point of bodily fullness, trying to sate a greater need. Ashamed of this, we turn skeletons into goddesses and look to them as if they might teach us how to not-need. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
428:I am feeling fine. I remember these words and recite them. These are the things you say when asked how you are. After all, it would be odd to say: I'm not feeling. Or, more to the point: I'm not, I have ceased to be. Where am I? ~ Marya Hornbacher,
429:It has been argued that food and eating have replaced sex as our foremost cultural taboo.7 To some extent I agree with this but would point out that the taboo is not against food, or sex, or flesh, but against a loss of control. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
430:Slowly the wasters and despoilers are impoverishing our land, our nature, and our beauty, so that there will not be one beach, one hill, one lane, one meadow, one forest free from the debris of man and the stigma of his improvidence. ~ Marya Mannes,
431:I am in the zone, the perfect balance between manic and drunk, I am mellow, I’m cool, cool as cats. I’ve found the answer, the thing that takes the edge off, smoothes out the madness, sends me sailing, lifts me up and lets me fly. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
432:I know how this feels: the tightening of the chest, the panic, the what-have-I-done-wait-I-was-kidding. Eating disorders linger so long undetected, eroding the body in silence, and then they strike. The secret is out. You're dying. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
433:Ronnie “Redrum” Malvo was a tatted-up cracker with ties to the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, a criminal organization that made money off meth production and the sale of illegal guns—a gang whose only initiation rite was to kill a nigger. ~ Attica Locke,
434:The last place I want to be is the hospital, but I'm not stupid. I know when it's time to go in. I am so terrified of myself and of the vast, frightening world, that the psych ward, with its safe locked doors, sounds like a relief. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
435:Lahore, the second largest city of Pakistan, ancient capital of the Punjab, home to nearly as many people as New York, layered like a sedimentary plain with the accreted history of invaders from the Aryans to the Mongols to the British. ~ Mohsin Hamid,
436:The great omission in American life is solitude; not loneliness, for this is an alienation that thrives most in the midst of crowds, but that zone of time and space, free from the outside pressures, which is the incubator of the spirit. ~ Marya Mannes,
437:Yur Karyakin once wrote: ‘We should not judge a man’s life by his perception of himself. Such a perception may be tragically inadequate.’ And I read something in Kafka to the effect that man was irretrievably lost within himself. ~ Svetlana Alexievich,
438:It is a visual temper tantrum. You are making an ineffective statement about this and that, a grotesque, self-defeating mockery of cultural standards of beauty, societal misogyny. It is a blow to your parents, at whom you are pissed. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
439:It isnecessary to destroy the pretended nobility, entirely literaryand traditional, of marble and bronze? The sculptor can use twenty different materials, or even more, in a single work, provided that the plastic emotion requires it. ~ Umberto Boccioni,
440:Never ‘it,’ never ‘it,’ ” Marya chided. “None of God’s creatures is an ‘it,’ even if they’re not a boy or a girl or a mammal or a pretty bird. Call them ‘he’ or she’ and be a little wrong, but never take away their individuality like that. ~ Mira Grant,
441:He is a man of the Night's Watch, She thought, as he sang about some stupid lady throwing herself off some stupid tower because her stupid prince was dead. The lady should go kill the ones who killed her prince. Arya Stark (page 514) ~ George R R Martin,
442:There are women in my closet, hanging on the hangers. a different woman for each suit, each dress, each pair of shoes. I hoard clothes. My makeup spills from the bathroom drawers, and there are different women for different lipsticks. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
443:We, as Aryans, can conceive of the state only as the living organism of a nationality which not only assures the preservation of its nationality, but by the development of its spiritual and ideal abilities leads it to the highest freedom. ~ Adolf Hitler,
444:You will live as you live in any world,' Madame Lebedeva said. She reached out her hand as if to grasp Marya's, as if to press it to her cheek, then closed her fingers, as if Marya's hand were in hers. 'With difficulty, and grief. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
445:I do not tolerate a world emptied of you. I have tried. For a year I have called every black tree Marya Morevna; I have looked for your face in the patterns of the ice. In the dark, I have pored over the loss of you like pale gold. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
446:So, paganism is simply a reference to following the old remnants of the Vedic Aryan culture. And people throughout pre-Christian Europe worshiped a variety of spirits and demigods, known by different names according to culture and region. ~ Stephen Knapp,
447:Religion’s just politics with higher stakes, Tak. You know that, you saw it in action on Sharya. No reason these people can’t do the same when it comes to the crunch. These people are sheep. They’ll do whatever their holy men tell them. ~ Richard K Morgan,
448:I had a love affair with books, with characters and their words. Books kept me company. When the voices of the book faded, as with the last long chord of a record, the back cover crinkling closed, I could swear I heard a door click shut. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
449:Arya Maloney updates the basis and practice of transpersonal psychology by using the spiritual principles of India's masters and the transformational alchemy inherent in his clients' processes. His work is both enlightening and informative. ~ Arnold Mindell,
450:The shackles." She stirred. "Aryal has both sets of chains, and the key," she told him, muffled against his skin. "She swears she'll find a way to destroy them. She's saying 'My Precious' a lot and talking about dropping them into a volcano. ~ Thea Harrison,
451:Varya takes the handkerchief and wipes her face, and when she emerges she thinks of what Luke said--'that I'll kill them accidentally'--and laughs until he joins in and she begins to cry again, because she understands exactly what he means. ~ Chloe Benjamin,
452:Yes, Marya thought, the smell of woodsmoke and old snow pushing back her long black hair. Magic does that. It wastes you away. Once it grips you by the ear, the real world gets quieter and quieter, until you can hardly hear it at all. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
453:I am often drawn to what appear at first to be 'dark' or 'difficult' subjects, but which, upon further examination, are always and only reflections of the ways human beings attempt, however clumsily, badly, or well, to connect with others. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
454:And so I went through the looking glass, stepped into the netherworld, where up is down and food is greed, where convex mirrors cover the walls, where death is honor and flesh is weak. It is ever so easy to go. Harder to find your way back. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
455:I was studying to be an architect, I wasn't plotting to join the movies. Films were just another career option. I took acting up with the same schoolgirl enthusiasm I had for examinations. Acting is a job and I take it very seriously. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
456:Were I to put myself on... one of those online dating things, I would not include in my profile that I'm regularly hospitalized for psychosis. But I do know that when I get really bad, there is a place for me to go where I will feel better. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
457:You begin to forget what it means to live. You forget things. You forget that you used to feel all right. You forget what it means to feel all right because you feel like shit all of the time, and you can´t remember what it was like before. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
458:All wars derive from lack of empathy: the incapacity of one to understand and accept the likeness or difference of another. Whether in nations or the encounters of race and sex, competition then replaces compassion, subjection excludes mutuality. ~ Marya Mannes,
459:Nanamoli Thera (Osbert Moore). The Life of the Buddha. Kandy, Sri Lanka: Buddhist Publishing Society, 1992 (1st edition 1972). Shantideva. The Bodhicaryavatara. (1) Translated from Sanskrit by Kate Crosby and Andrew Skilton. Oxford/New York: ~ Stephen Batchelor,
460:Nowadays, the practice of yoga stops with just asanas. Very few even attempt dharana and dhyana (deeper meditation) with seriousness. There is a need to search once more and reestablish the practice and value of yoga in modern times. ~ Tirumalai Krishnamacharya,
461:Children of those ancient Aryans, through the grace of the Lord may you have the same pride, may that faith in your ancestors come into your blood, may it become a part and parcel of your lives, may it work towards the salvation of the world! ~ Swami Vivekananda,
462:I’m sick. It’s true. It isn’t going to go away. All my life, I’ve thought that if I just worked hard enough, it would. I’ve always thought that if I just pulled myself together, I’d be a good person, a calm person, a person like everyone else. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
463:I think country needs to have a sporting culture. I think if sports were taken as curriculum in school and are encouraged in right way like government of Maharashtra and Haryana have done given Marks for Sports and encouraging them with good jobs. ~ Gagan Narang,
464:We think of bulimia and anorexia as either a bizarre psychosis, or as a quirky little habit, a phase, or as a thing that women just do. We forget that it is a violent act, that it bespeaks a profound level of anger toward and fear of the self. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
465:We were talking about the prince,' Sansa said, her voice soft as a kiss. Arya knew which prince she meant: Joffrey, of course. The tall, handsome one. Sansa got to sit with him at the feast. Arya had to sit with the little fat one. Naturally. ~ George R R Martin,
466:I don't know about changing my perspective, because motherhood is such a glorious blessing and I am very thankful for that. It is such a beautiful experience. I so strongly recommend it. It's bliss, love, and fulfillment of another level. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
467:I looked in depth into the ancient and 100 per cent Indian origins of Vedic civilisation in my book "Underworld: Flooded Kingdoms of the Ice Age". There was no such thing as an "Aryan invasion of India". That whole racist idea is completely bust. ~ Graham Hancock,
468:The Semites and the Aryans have ever agreed to conspire together against Abraham's heritage, however God refuses but to inflict back onto both camps their plots and dissect each of them into Belief and disbelief to check some by means of others. ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
469:And so i went through the looking glass, stepped into the nether world, where up is down and food is greed, where convex mirrors cover the walls where death is honour and flesh is weak. It is ever so easy to go.
Harder to find your way back. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
470:—¿No es la flor más perfecta y adorable? —preguntó Arya.
Eragon la miró, con una exquisita conciencia de lo cerca que estaban en
aquel momento, y dijo:
—Sí... Lo es. —Sin dar tiempo a que lo abandonara el coraje, añadió—:
Como tú. ~ Christopher Paolini,
471:After that, Marya Morevna understood that she belonged to her secret and it belonged to her. They had struck a bloody bargain between them. Keep me and obey me, the secret said to her, for I am your husband and I can destroy you. ~ Catherynne M Valente,
472:Menjadi karyawan memang hidup aman. Makan dari gaji, bekerja mengikuti perintah atasan, dan sekali-kali , diledekin sama orang semacam ini. Tapi gue juga berpikir kalau gue bekerja lima kali lebih keras, gaji yang gue dapat nggak lima kali lebih banyak ~ Raditya Dika,
473:television and radio violence was considered by most experts of minimal importance as a contributory cause of youthful killing. ... there were always enough experts to assure the public that crime and violence had nothing to do with crime and violence. ~ Marya Mannes,
474:When you believe that you are not worthwhile in and of yourself, in the back of your mind you also begin to believe that life is not worthwhile in and of itself. It is only worthwhile insofar as it relates to your crusade. It is a kamikaze mission. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
475:The celibate must firmly keep himself in Brahma Charya (i.e. chastity) until his wife arrives, he has to firmly establish himself in Brahma Charya and it is not possible to remain in Brahma Charya if we do not know how to transmute the sexual energy. ~ Samael Aun Weor,
476:Ever heard of Heraclitus?” Varya shakes her head. “Greek philosopher. Character is fate—that’s what he said. They’re bound up, those two, like brothers and sisters. You wanna know the future?” She points at Varya with her free hand. “Look in the mirror. ~ Chloe Benjamin,
477:Idealisme itu cuma angan-angan. kita membuat film yang autentik, lalu apa? berapa orang yang akan memilih menyaksikan karya kita? film-film idealis selalu tersisih. penonton kita belum siap untuk budaya seperti itu, jadi buat apa kita memaksakan diri? ~ Windry Ramadhina,
478:The larger the audience the better. The more pockets in the world, the more interesting and exciting because it just makes it that much more liberating. This makes it that much more liberating for the various facets of creativity to be explored. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
479:The love of science, and the energy and honesty in the pursuit of science, in the best of the Aryan races do seem to correspond in a remarkable way to the love of conduct, and the energy and honesty in the pursuit of conduct, in the best of the Semitic. ~ Matthew Arnold,
480:Hidumba The little man of Mahishmathi is quite dangerous. He is a khanipathi, a step below a bhoomipathi and he thinks he has been denied his promotion only because of his size. He is now in the Pattarya camp, but even Pattaraya is wary of this dwarf. ~ Anand Neelakantan,
481:When you're teaching creative nonfiction, it helps to have written about your life in a very open way, because you can say, 'Look, how much are you willing to risk emotionally to write? How careful can you be with the other people you're writing about? ~ Marya Hornbacher,
482:He’ll go all in for you.” Aryas throwing that out there got her attention again, and she twisted toward him. He kept at her. “Stellan finds the one that’s worth it, he’ll break his back, sell his soul, work his fingers to the bone to win her and keep her. ~ Kristen Ashley,
483:And it's California, where everything is powerfully strange. Everyone wants it to be home. Everyone left where he or she was from with dreams of transformation. Everyone runs away to California at least once, or at least all the lonely, hungry people do. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
484:Khusrau darya prem ka, ulti wa ki dhaar,
Jo utra so doob gaya, jo dooba so paar.

English Translation.

Oh Khusrau, the river of love
Runs in strange directions.
One who jumps into it drowns,
And one who drowns, gets across. ~ Amir Khusrau,
485:When we doubt, we learn to accept that we may not ever know. When we question, we learn to accept that there may be no answer. When we shout our doubt out into the universe, we learn to accept that we may be met with a silence we do not know how to read. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
486:If you look good, you can act in a Bollywood movie, you don't have to be able to act; and Aishwarya Rai is a great example of this. She is a beautiful woman... You look at her, I want to look at her. Damn, she is fine; but stop acting or stop trying to act. ~ Russell Peters,
487:In our absence, the violet early evening light pours in the bay window, filling the still room like water poured into a glass. The glass is delicate. The thin, tight surface of the liquid light trembles. But it does not break. Time does not pass. Not yet. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
488:We can’t make love out here. It’s freezing!” Maryanne cried.

A boyishly beseeching look lit up his eyes. “We would heat up quickly.”

“It’s fine for you,” she protested. “You only need one part of your body, and you’ll be sliding that into warmth. ~ Sharon Page,
489:It's really interesting to me how all of us can experience the exact same event, and yet come away with wildly disparate interpretations of what happened. We each have totally different ideas of what was said, what was intended, and what really took place. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
490:Somewhere in the back of my brain there exists this certainty: The body is no more than a costume, and can be changed at will. That the changing of bodies, like costumes, would make me into a different character, a character who might, finally, be alright. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
491:Being here, living now, recognizing our smallness, is a spiritual practice. It allows us to be at peace with our humanity. It humbles us and grants us permission to fumble, and not know, and fail, and also to take pleasure in the small triumphs of our days. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
492:I am a Jew who fornicated with an Aryan woman. I deserve to die. In front of the soldiers, a woman was on her knees, weeping, wearing only her underwear. One of the men was cutting off her long golden braids with a straight razor, leaving her almost bald. ~ Susan Elia MacNeal,
493:Dont you know that you are my Zarya? You always have been. I've been in love with you since the first day we met and you took a beating for me. Would you really ask me to watch you fly out of here, knowing you're going to die and do nothing about it? Really? ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon,
494:Somewhere in the back of my brain there exists this certainty: The body is no more than a costume, and can be changed at will. That the changing of bodies, like costumes, would make me into a different character, a character who might, finally, be all right. ~ Marya Hornbacher,
495:There is nothing more mysterious than blood. Paracelsus considered it a condensation of light. I believe that the Aryan, Hyperborean blood is that — but not the light of the Golden Sun, not of a galactic sun, but of the light of the Black Sun, of the Green Ray. ~ Miguel Serrano,
496:Know, oh prince, that between the years when the oceans drank Atlantis and the gleaming cities, and the years of the rise of the Sons of Aryas, there was an Age undreamed of, when shining kingdoms lay spread across the world like blue mantles beneath the stars. ~ Robert E Howard,
497:Gandhiji was not born in freedom. All his life, except for a few months. lay within the framework of colonial rule. A good part of that life lay buried in prison cells. Yet he was always the free man, while those who held him imprisoned were the unfree ones. ~ Bhabani Bhattacharya,
498:So, the faculty of Istanbul University now includes Islamist Turks from the old university who cling to the old ways, the Jews Gerhard helped to place, and the Aryans approved by Hitler, not to mention non-Jewish Germans who fled Hitler’s regime for political reasons! ~ Ay e Kulin,
499:It is obvious that the Aryan Romans culturally plagiarized the hexadecimal system from China. Not only did the former utilize the Abacus, they even counted their numerals hexadecimally by referring to the upper number (i.e., 20) using the upper deck in the Abacus! ~ Ibrahim Ibrahim,
500:Keunggulan institusi keilmuan dalam sejarah Islam, seperti juga dalam sejarah agama besar dan tamadun lain, bergantung kepada keunggulan ilmuwan di dalamnya berdasarkan nilai atau mutu sebenar ajarannya dan keutuhan peribadinya, bukan sekadar jumlah karyanya. ~ Wan Mohd Nor Wan Daud,

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   15 Yoga
   3 Integral Yoga
   3 Buddhism
   2 Philosophy
   2 Occultism
   1 Hinduism


   10 Sri Ramakrishna
   8 Sri Aurobindo
   7 The Mother
   6 Swami Vivekananda
   6 Sri Ramana Maharshi
   5 Swami Sivananda Saraswati
   5 Swami Krishnananda
   4 Thubten Chodron
   3 Patanjali
   3 Bokar Rinpoche
   2 Satprem
   2 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   2 Aleister Crowley


   12 The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna
   11 The Secret Of The Veda
   10 Essays On The Gita
   9 Talks
   7 The Mothers Agenda
   6 The Secret Doctrine
   6 Essays In Philosophy And Yoga
   5 The Study and Practice of Yoga
   5 Hymns to the Mystic Fire
   4 The Synthesis Of Yoga
   4 Isha Upanishad
   4 How to Free Your Mind - Tara the Liberator
   4 Collected Poems
   4 Amrita Gita
   3 Tara - The Feminine Divine
   3 Patanjali Yoga Sutras
   3 Letters On Yoga II
   3 Letters On Yoga I
   3 Kena and Other Upanishads
   2 The Life Divine
   2 Talks With Sri Aurobindo
   2 Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness
   2 Magick Without Tears
   2 Bhakti-Yoga


02.01_-_Metaphysical_Thought_and_the_Supreme_Truth, #The Integral Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  This, you will see, answers your point about the Western thinkers, Bradley and others, who have arrived through intellectual thinking at the idea of an "Other beyond Thought" or have even, like Bradley, tried to express their conclusions about it in terms that recall some of the expressions in the Arya. The idea in itself is not new; it is as old as the Vedas. It was repeated in other forms in Buddhism, Christian Gnosticism, Sufism. Originally, it was not discovered by intellectual speculation, but by the mystics following an inner spiritual discipline. When, somewhere between the seventh and fifth centuries B.C., men began both in the East and West to intellectualise knowledge, this Truth survived in the East; in the West, where the intellect began to be accepted as the sole or highest instrument for the discovery of
  Truth, it began to fade. But still it has there too tried constantly to return; the Neo-Platonists brought it back, and now, it appears, the Neo-Hegelians and others (e.g., the Russian Ouspensky and one or two German thinkers, I believe) seem to be reaching after it. But still there is a difference.

1.007_-_Initial_Steps_in_Yoga_Practice, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  A fixed place, a fixed time, and a fixed method of concentration are called for. In one of the aphorisms of the sutras of Patanjali, which is very relevant to this point, it is said that the practise should be for a long period: sa tu drghakla nairantArya satkra sevita dhabhmi (I.14). If we want to establish ourselves in yoga, some conditions are to be fulfilled. One condition he mentions is that the practice should be for a protracted period I said at least five years, and not less than five years. It should be repeatedly done every day, without missing even a single day. Even if we have a temperature, fever or a headache, we should not miss it, because these are obstacles. The more we try to exert our will in the practice of concentration, the more will the body also try to revolt. It will create all kinds of complications we will have indigestion, we will have a stomachache, we will have a headache, we will have fever all sorts of things will come. As a matter of fact, it is specifically mentioned in the Yoga Sutras that we will fall sick. It will be an obstacle, and we should not think, "Today I am sick; I will not meditate." That is what it wants, and then it has succeeded. So, first of all, a little guarded way of living may be called for to see, as far as possible, that we do not become so ill that we cannot even sit for a few minutes of meditation. By a regulation of diet and living in a climate that is not too extreme, etc., one can be somewhat free from the anxiety of falling ill to the extent that it would prevent us from doing anything at all in the spiritual field.
  
  Dirghakala is a protracted period of practice. NairantArya is practice without remission of effort; that means to say, it has to be done every day at the same time. The third condition is that we must have great love for it. We must have immense affection for our practice. We know how much affection a novelist has for his own work; how much affection an artist has for the painting that he does; how much affection a musician has for his ragas. Every artisan, every engineer, every artist, and every professional has immense affection for his own or her own profession. One cannot have disgust for a profession and then succeed in it; nor should one take to it as a kind of suffering or pain. Suppose an artist feels, "Oh, this painting is a great torture and suffering for me," then a good painting will not come forth, because there is no love for it. So, the practice of yoga will yield fruits only if we have a real love for the practice; and if we have love for it, it will also have love for us. When we protect it, it will protect us. It is said in the yoga shastras that yoga will protect us like a mother it will feed us and take care of us, protect us in every direction at all times, visibly as well as invisibly. Sa tu drghakla nairantArya satkra sevita dhabhmi (I.14) then we get established. .
  

1.009_-_Perception_and_Reality, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  The perception of an object is caused by a subtle activity that has taken place in the cosmos itself. We have to go back to the Upanishads and texts which are akin in nature. The human mind is not made in such a way as to be able to comprehend what has happened, ultimately. This is what they call the cosmological analysis of human experience. Why do we exist at all as individuals, and then are compelled to perceive objects, and then to have to undergo all this tragedy and suffering of positive and negative attitudes, etc.? This is a mystery for the human intellect. While we may be able to understand and explain what things are like in the world, we will not be able to explain ourselves why we are what we are. Can we explain why we are what we are? "I am what I am, that is all. It has no reason behind it." But there is a reason, which is the reason behind the reason itself. Here we go back to a condition beyond human intellect. Great masters like AchArya Sankara, Ramanuja, etc. tell us that here we land in a realm where intellect should not interfere. The intellect has a boundary, and beyond that boundary, it is useless.
  

1.00_-_Gospel_Preface, #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  
  He was an educationist all his life both in a spiritual and in a secular sense. After he passed out of College, he took up work as headmaster in a number of schools in succession Narail High School, City School, Ripon College School, Metropolitan School, Aryan School, Oriental School, Oriental Seminary and Model School. The causes of his migration from school to school were that he could not get on with some of the managements on grounds of principles and that often his spiritual mood drew him away to places of pilgrimage for long periods. He worked with some of the most noted public men of the time like Iswar Chandra Vidysgar and Surendranath Banerjee. The latter appointed him as a professor in the City and Ripon Colleges where he taught subjects like English, philosophy, history and economics. In his later days he took over the Morton School, and he spent his time in the staircase room of the third floor of it, administering the school and preaching the message of the Master. He was much respected in educational circles where he was usually referred to as Rector Mahashay. A teacher who had worked under him writes thus in warm appreciation of his teaching methods: "Only when I worked with him in school could I appreciate what a great educationist he was. He would come down to the level of his students when teaching, though he himself was so learned, so talented. Ordinarily teachers confine their instruction to what is given in books without much thought as to whether the student can accept it or not. But M., would first of all gauge how much the student could take in and by what means. He would employ aids to teaching like maps, pictures and diagrams, so that his students could learn by seeing. Thirty years ago (from 1953) when the question of imparting education through the medium of the mother tongue was being discussed, M. had already employed Bengali as the medium of instruction in the Morton School." (M The Apostle and the Evangelist by Swami Nityatmananda Part I. P. 15.)
  

1.01_-_Foreward, #Hymns to the Mystic Fire, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  invented the theory based on the difference of languages of an
  Aryan invasion from the north, an invasion of a Dravidian India
  of which the Indians themselves had no memory or tradition and
  --
  the steps on things that have fair offspring that we create or
  3 Compare the expression which describes the Aryan, the noble people as led by the
  light - jyotir-agrah..
  --
  in a series of articles with the title "The Secret of the Veda"
  in the monthly philosophical magazine, Arya, some thirty years
  ago; written in serial form while still developing the theory and
  --
  
  Arya are now published in The Secret of the Veda with Selected Hymns, volume 15 of
  THE COMPLETE WORKS OF SRI AUROBINDO. - Ed.

1.01_-_Hatha_Yoga, #Amrita Gita, #Swami Sivananda Saraswati, #Hinduism
  
  21. Sirshasana is the king of all Asanas. It strengthens the brain and the brain-centres and improves memory, and helps BrahmachArya.
  
  22. Sarvanga, Hala and Ardhamatsyendra Asanas make the spine elastic. Sarvanga develops thyroid gland and bestows good health. It helps BrahmachArya and gives longevity.
  

1.01_-_SAMADHI_PADA, #Patanjali Yoga Sutras, #Swami Vivekananda, #Hinduism
  
  pramannavipAryayavikalpanidrasmritayah
  
  --
  
  vipAryayo mithyajnanam atadroopapratishtham
  
  --
  
  sa tu dirghakalanairantAryasatkarasevito dridha
  -bhoomih

1.01_-_The_Four_Aids, #The Synthesis Of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  7:For the Sadhaka of the Integral Yoga it is necessary to remember that no written Shastra, however great its authority or however large its spirit, can be more than a partial expression of the eternal Knowledge. He will use, but never bind himself even by the greatest Scripture. Where the Scripture is profound, wide, catholic, it may exercise upon him an influence for the highest good and of incalculable importance. It may be associated in his experience with his awakening to crowning verities and his realisation of the highest experiences. His Yoga may be governed for a long time by one Scripture or by several successively, -- if it is in the line of the great Hindu tradition, by the Gita, for example, the Upanishads, the Veda. Or it may be a good part of his development to include in its material a richly varied experience of the truths of many Scriptures and make the future opulent with all that is best in the past. But in the end he must take his station, or better still, if he can, always and from the beginning he must live in his own soul beyond the written Truth, -- sabdabrahmativartate -- beyond all that he has heard and all that he has yet to hear, -- srotAryasya srutasya ca. For he is not the Sadhaka of a book or of many books; he is a Sadhaka of the Infinite.
  
  --
  
  21:This inner Guide is often veiled at first by the very intensity of our personal effort and by the ego's preoccupation with itself and its aims. As we gain in clarity and the turmoil of egoistic effort gives place to a calmer self-knowledge, we recognise the source of the growing light within us. We recognise it retrospectively as we realise how all our obscure and conflicting movements have been determined towards an end that we only now begin to perceive, how even before our entrance into the path of the Yoga the evolution of our life has been designedly led towards its turning point. For now we begin to understand the sense of our struggles and efforts, successes and failures. At last we are able to seize the meaning of our ordeals and sufferings and can appreciate the help that was given us by all that hurt and resisted and the utility of our very falls and stumblings. We recognise this divine leading afterwards, not retrospectively but immediately, in the moulding of our thoughts by a transcendent Seer, of our will and actions by an all-embracing Power, of our emotional life by an all-attracting and all-assimilating Bliss and Love. We recognise it too in a more personal relation that from the first touched us or at the last seizes us; we feel the eternal presence of a supreme Master, Friend, Lover, Teacher. We recognise it in the essence of our being as that develops into likeness and oneness with a greater and wider existence; for we perceive that this miraculous development is not the result of our own efforts; an eternal Perfection is moulding us into its own image. One who is the Lord or Ishwara of the Yogic philosophies, the Guide in the conscious being (caitya guru or antAryamin), the Absolute of the thinker, the Unknowable of the Agnostic, the universal Force of the materialist, the supreme Soul and the supreme shakti, the One who is differently named and imaged by the religions, is the Master of our Yoga.
  

1.01_-_The_Ideal_of_the_Karmayogin, #Essays In Philosophy And Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  And the dharma once discovered we shall strive our utmost not only to profess but to live, in our individual actions, in our social life, in our political endeavours."
  We say to the individual and especially to the young who are now arising to do India's work, the world's work, God's work, "You cannot cherish these ideals, still less can you fulfil them if you subject your minds to European ideas or look at life from the material standpoint. Materially you are nothing, spiritually you are everything. It is only the Indian who can believe everything, dare everything, sacrifice everything. First therefore become Indians. Recover the patrimony of your forefathers. Recover the Aryan thought, the Aryan discipline, the
  
  --
  
  Aryan character, the Aryan life. Recover the Vedanta, the Gita, the Yoga. Recover them not only in intellect or sentiment but in your lives. Live them and you will be great and strong, mighty, invincible and fearless. Neither life nor death will have any terrors for you. Difficulty and impossibility will vanish from your vocabularies. For it is in the spirit that strength is eternal and you must win back the kingdom of yourselves, the inner Swaraj, before you can win back your outer empire. There the Mother dwells and She waits for worship that She may give strength. Believe in Her, serve Her, lose your wills in Hers, your egoism in the greater ego of the country, your separate selfishness in the service of humanity. Recover the source of all strength in yourselves and all else will be added to you, social soundness, intellectual preeminence, political freedom, the mastery of human thought, the hegemony of the world."
  

1.01_-_Who_is_Tara, #How to Free Your Mind - Tara the Liberator, #Thubten Chodron, #unset
  to liberation to millions of beings each day before eating breakfast, to millions more before eating lunch, and to even more before going to sleep at
  night. Because of this, she was called Arya Tara (Tib: Pagma Drolma), meaning
  the noble liberator. Arya indicates that she has directly realized the nature
  of reality and Tara shows her liberating activity. When the religious author-

1.02.3.1_-_The_Lord, #Isha Upanishad, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  on an equal, immutable and eternal Infinity is what we call the
  Universe. Sa pAryagat.
  In this extension we have, therefore, two aspects, one of pure

1.028_-_Bringing_About_Whole-Souled_Dedication, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  The other point is that this practice will not bring results in only a few days. Sa tu drghakla nairantArya satkra sevita dhabhmi (I.14), says Patanjali. In many cases the result will not follow at all, due to obstructing prarabdhas. There were great seekers, sadhakas, who used to perform japa purascharana, the chanting of a mantra, for years and years together, with the hope of having the vision of the deity. But they had no vision of the deity. We hear of the story of the purascharanas performed by Sage Vidyaranya of yore, Yogi Sri Madhusudana Saraswati and others, but they had no vision. The reason mentioned is that they had obstructing prarabdhas.
  
  --
  
  The condition mentioned in the sutra of Patanjali is: sa tu drghakla nairantArya satkra sevita dhabhmi (I.14). A very, very affectionate attitude towards this practice is one condition. We cannot have a greater love for anything in this world than we have for this practice. In fact, this practice is like a parent to us it will take care of us, protect us and provide us with everything that we need. This practice of yoga should be continued until the point of realisation, without asking for immediate results. Karmanyevdhikraste m phaleu kadcana(B.G. II.47), says Bhagavan Sri Krishna in the Bhagavadgita. Our duty is to act according to the discipline prescribed, and not to expect results. The results will follow in the long run, in due course of time.
  

1.02.9_-_Conclusion_and_Summary, #Isha Upanishad, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  sole Upanishad which offered almost insuperable difficulties to
  the extreme illusionism and anti-pragmatism of ShankarachArya
  and it was even, for this reason, excised from the list of authoritative Upanishads by one of his greatest followers.

1.02_-_Karmayoga, #Essays In Philosophy And Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  There have been others in the past which have powerfully influenced the national mind and there is no reason why there should not be a yet more perfect synthesis in the future. It is such a synthesis, embracing all life and action in its scope, that the teachings of Sri Ramakrishna and Vivekananda have been preparing. What is dimly beginning now is a repetition on a wider stage of what happened once before in India, more rapidly but to smaller issues, when the Buddha lived and taught his philosophy and ethics to the Aryan nations. Then as now a mighty spirit, it matters not whether Avatar or Vibhuti, the full expression of God in man or a great outpouring of the divine energy, came down among men and brought into their daily life and practice the force and impulse of utter spirituality. And this time it is the full light and not a noble part, unlike Buddhism which, expressing Vedantic morality, yet ignored a fundamental reality of Vedanta and was therefore expelled from its prime seat and cradle. The material result was then what it will be now, a great political, moral and social revolution which made India
  

1.02_-_Meditating_on_Tara, #How to Free Your Mind - Tara the Liberator, #Thubten Chodron, #unset
  A praise to Taras mantra illustrates the qualities of each syllable group:
  om to the transcendent subduer, Arya Tara, I prostrate.
  Homage to the glorious one who frees with tare;

1.02_-_SADHANA_PADA, #Patanjali Yoga Sutras, #Swami Vivekananda, #Hinduism
  
  ahinsasatyasteyabrahmachAryaparigraha yamah
  Non-killing, truthfulness, non-stealing, continence,
  --
  
  brahmachAryapratishthayam viryalabhah
  

1.02_-_Taras_Tantra, #Tara - The Feminine Divine, #Bokar Rinpoche, #Buddhism
  
  ChArya Tantra, Yoga Tantra, the creation phase of
  Anuttara-yoga Tantra, the completion phase of the

1.02_-_The_Doctrine_of_the_Mystics, #Hymns to the Mystic Fire, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  And this is no easy or peaceful march; it is for long seasons a fierce and relentless battle. Constantly the Aryan man has to labour and to fight and conquer; he must be a tireless toiler and traveller and a stern warrior, he must force open and storm and sack city after city, win kingdom after kingdom, overthrow and tread down ruthlessly enemy after enemy. His whole progress is a warring of Gods and Titans, Gods and Giants, Indra and the Python, Aryan and Dasyu. Aryan adversaries even he has to face in the open field; for old friends and helpers turn into enemies; the kings of Aryan states whom he would conquer and overpass join themselves to the Dasyus and are leagued against him in supreme battle to prevent his free and utter passing on.
  
  But the Dasyu is the natural enemy. These dividers, plunderers, harmful powers, these Danavas, sons of the Mother of division, are spoken of by the Rishis under many general appellations. There are Rakshasas; there are Eaters and Devourers, Wolves and Tearers; there are hurters and haters; there are dualisers; there are confiners or censurers. But we are given also many specific names. Vritra, the Serpent, is the grand Adversary; for he obstructs with his coils of darkness all possibility of divine existence and divine action. And even when Vritra is slain by the light, fiercer enemies arise out of him. Shushna afflicts us with his impure and ineffective force, Namuchi fights man by his weaknesses, and others too assail, each with his proper evil. Then there are Vala and the Panis, miser traffickers in the sense-life, stealers and concealers of the higher Light and its illuminations which they can only darken and misuse, - an impious host who are jealous of their store and will not offer sacrifice to the Gods. These and other personalities - they are much more than personifications - of our ignorance, evil, weakness and many limitations make constant war upon man; they encircle him from near or they shoot their arrows at him from afar or even dwell in his gated house in the place of the Gods and with their shapeless stammering mouths and their insufficient breath of force mar his self-expression. They must be expelled, overpowered, slain, thrust down into their nether darkness by the aid of the mighty and helpful deities.
    1 This excerpt is reproduced from the 1946 edition of Hymns to the Mystic Fire. The complete essay which appeared in the Arya is published in The Secret of the Veda with Selected Hymns, Part Three. - Ed.
  
  --
  
  Each of these primary deities has others associated with him who fulfil functions that arise from his own. For if the truth of Surya is to be established firmly in our mortal nature, there are previous conditions that are indispensable; a vast purity and clear wideness destructive of all sin and crooked falsehood, - and this is Varuna; a luminous power of love and comprehension leading and forming into harmony all our thoughts, acts and impulses, - this is Mitra; an immortal puissance of clear-discerning aspiration and endeavour, - this is Aryaman; a happy spontaneity of the right enjoyment of all things dispelling the evil dream of sin and error and suffering, - this is Bhaga. These four are powers of the Truth of Surya.
  

1.02_-_The_Philosophy_of_Ishvara, #Bhakti-Yoga, #Swami Vivekananda, #Hinduism
  
  Now to go back to our AchArya Shankara: "Those", he says, "who by worshipping the qualified Brahman attain conjunction with the Supreme Ruler, preserving their own mind is their glory limited or unlimited? This doubt arising, we get as an argument: Their glory should be unlimited because of the scriptural texts, 'They attain their own kingdom', 'To him all the gods offer worship',
  

1.031_-_Intense_Aspiration, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  
  The whole-souled movement of consciousness towards the objective is not merely, or not necessarily, a spatial movement. The great teacher AchArya Sankara was never tired of removing this misconception in the minds of people the travelling to truth does not mean travelling in a vehicle towards some distant place, as if it is a village or a town. In every commentary on every Upanishad and Brahma Sutra he mentions this point that here, 'travelling' does not mean travelling in a vehicle, nor does it mean movement in space. It is nothing of the kind. It is a different thing altogether that takes place, because the object of our quest is ultimately connected with us I would say, even now. But even if we do not want to accept that, at least ultimately it is connected with us. Therefore, finally, it is a movement towards our own self.
  

1.03_-_Hymns_of_Gritsamada, #Hymns to the Mystic Fire, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
    4. O Fire, thou art Varuna the king who holds in his hands the law of all workings and thou art Mitra the potent and desirable Godhead. Thou art Aryaman, master of beings, with whom is complete enjoying; O Godhead, thou art Ansha who gives us our portion in the winning of the knowledge.
  

1.03_-_Invocation_of_Tara, #Tara - The Feminine Divine, #Bokar Rinpoche, #Buddhism
  Rituals in the sutra tradition or in the first or
  second group of tantras, the Kriya Tantra and ChArya
  Tantra, only contain the deity visualized in front of us;
  --
  An empowerment can only be conferred by a
  vajra-master (vajrachArya) belonging to the Vajrayana
  tradition and possessing certain characteristics:

1.03_-_The_Human_Disciple, #Essays On The Gita, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  23
   and firm obedience to the best principles of the time and society in which he has lived and the religion and ethics to which he has been brought up. He is egoistic like other men, but with the purer or sattwic egoism which regards the moral law and society and the claims of others and not only or predominantly his own interests, desires and passions. He has lived and guided himself by the Shastra, the moral and social code. The thought which preoccupies him, the standard which he obeys is the dharma, that collective Indian conception of the religious, social and moral rule of conduct, and especially the rule of the station and function to which he belongs, he the Kshatriya, the highminded, self-governed, chivalrous prince and warrior and leader of Aryan men. Following always this rule, conscious of virtue and right dealing he has travelled so far and finds suddenly that it has led him to become the protagonist of a terrific and unparalleled slaughter, a monstrous civil war involving all the cultured Aryan nations which must lead to the complete destruction of the flower of their manhood and threatens their ordered civilisation with chaos and collapse.
  

1.03_-_The_Two_Negations_2_-_The_Refusal_of_the_Ascetic, #The Life Divine, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  16:For at the gates of the Transcendent stands that mere and perfect Spirit described in the Upanishads, luminous, pure, sustaining the world but inactive in it, without sinews of energy, without flaw of duality, without scar of division, unique, identical, free from all appearance of relation and of multiplicity, - the pure Self of the Adwaitins,3 the inactive Brahman, the transcendent Silence. And the mind when it passes those gates suddenly, without intermediate transitions, receives a sense of the unreality of the world and the sole reality of the Silence which is one of the most powerful and convincing experiences of which the human mind is capable. Here, in the perception of this pure Self or of the Non-Being behind it, we have the startingpoint for a second negation, - parallel at the other pole to the materialistic, but more complete, more final, more perilous in its effects on the individuals or collectivities that hear its potent call to the wilderness, - the refusal of the ascetic.
  17:It is this revolt of Spirit against Matter that for two thousand years, since Buddhism disturbed the balance of the old Aryan world, has dominated increasingly the Indian mind. Not that the sense of the cosmic illusion is the whole of Indian thought; there are other philosophical statements, other religious aspirations. Nor has some attempt at an adjustment between the two terms been wanting even from the most extreme philosophies. But all have lived in the shadow of the great Refusal and the final end of life for all is the garb of the ascetic. The general conception of existence has been permeated with the Buddhistic theory of the chain of Karma and with the consequent antinomy of bondage and liberation, bondage by birth, liberation by cessation from birth. Therefore all voices are joined in one great consensus that not in this world of the dualities can there be our kingdom of heaven, but beyond, whether in the joys of the eternal Vrindavan4 or the high beatitude of Brahmaloka,5 beyond all manifestations in some ineffable Nirvana6 or where all separate experience is lost in the featureless unity of the indefinable Existence. And through many centuries a great army of shining witnesses, saints and teachers, names sacred to Indian memory and dominant in Indian imagination, have borne always the same witness and swelled always the same lofty and distant appeal, - renunciation the sole path of knowledge, acceptation of physical life the act of the ignorant, cessation from birth the right use of human birth, the call of the Spirit, the recoil from Matter.
  18:For an age out of sympathy with the ascetic spirit - and throughout all the rest of the world the hour of the Anchorite may seem to have passed or to be passing - it is easy to attribute this great trend to the failing of vital energy in an ancient race tired out by its burden, its once vast share in the common advance, exhausted by its many-sided contribution to the sum of human effort and human knowledge. But we have seen that it corresponds to a truth of existence, a state of conscious realisation which stands at the very summit of our possibility. In practice also the ascetic spirit is an indispensable element in human perfection and even its separate affirmation cannot be avoided so long as the race has not at the other end liberated its intellect and its vital habits from subjection to an always insistent animalism.
  19:We seek indeed a larger and completer affirmation. We perceive that in the Indian ascetic ideal the great Vedantic formula, "One without a second", has not been read sufficiently in the light of that other formula equally imperative, "All this is the Brahman". The passionate aspiration of man upward to the Divine has not been sufficiently related to the descending movement of the Divine leaning downward to embrace eternally Its manifestation. Its meaning in Matter has not been so well understood as Its truth in the Spirit. The Reality which the Sannyasin seeks has been grasped in its full height, but not, as by the ancient Vedantins, in its full extent and comprehensiveness. But in our completer affirmation we must not minimise the part of the pure spiritual impulse. As we have seen how greatly Materialism has served the ends of the Divine, so we must acknowledge the still greater service rendered by Asceticism to Life. We shall preserve the truths of material Science and its real utilities in the final harmony, even if many or even if all of its existing forms have to be broken or left aside. An even greater scruple of right preservation must guide us in our dealing with the legacy, however actually diminished or depreciated, of the Aryan past.
  

1.045_-_Piercing_the_Structure_of_the_Object, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  Skmaviayatva ca ali
  ga pAryavasnam (I.45). The gradation of the subtlety of the objects of meditation consummates in the indeterminable matrix of all things; this is the meaning of the sutra. As we proceed further, we begin to come into contact with more and more of the subtle aspects of the very same object of meditation. It does not mean that the object changes, but the intensity with which we perceive it and the subtlety of its constitution go on increasing as one advances. It is a precise prescription and advice that the object of meditation should not be changed. Once we take to a particular object, we must pursue it right through the very given object and not change its location or character. The purpose of meditation is to go into the very root of things, and once we get into the root of any particular object, we have simultaneously entered the roots of everything else also, because everything is made up of the same substance and everything is constituted in the same manner whatever be that object, wherever it be, and whatever be the spatial or temporal location of the object. It is enough if one persists in concentrating the mind on any one given thing until one reaches the summit of the realisation of the essence of the object.
  

1.04_-_Homage_to_the_Twenty-one_Taras, #How to Free Your Mind - Tara the Liberator, #Thubten Chodron, #unset
  in your mind. Then the Bhagavan went on to speak the dharani in
  praise of Arya Tara.2
  Written down in Sanskrit, the Homage was translated into Tibetan. The

1.04_-_KAI_VALYA_PADA, #Patanjali Yoga Sutras, #Swami Vivekananda, #Hinduism
  
  jatideshakalavyavahitanam apyanantAryam
  smritisanskarayoh ekaroopatvat

1.04_-_Religion_and_Occultism, #Words Of The Mother III, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  *
  I approve of your continuing this practice in the Arya Home provided those who live there are absolutely free to attend or not according to their own conviction. Practices of this kind have no spiritual value if they become a habit or a compulsion, even if it is only a mental compulsion. I mean to say that no propaganda spirit must be used.
  

1.06_-_Iconography, #Tara - The Feminine Divine, #Bokar Rinpoche, #Buddhism
  
  GhoramatsAryashrinkhalamocani
  ~.q~.~~.~~~~.~.

1.06_-_Man_in_the_Universe, #The Life Divine, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  1:THE PROGRESSIVE revelation of a great, a transcendent, a luminous Reality with the multitudinous relativities of this world that we see and those other worlds that we do not see as means and material, condition and field, this would seem then to be the meaning of the universe, - since meaning and aim it has and is neither a purposeless illusion nor a fortuitous accident. For the same reasoning which leads us to conclude that world-existence is not a deceptive trick of Mind, justifies equally the certainty that it is no blindly and helplessly self-existent mass of separate phenomenal existences clinging together and struggling together as best they can in their orbit through eternity, no tremendous self-creation and self-impulsion of an ignorant Force without any secret Intelligence within aware of its starting-point and its goal and guiding its process and its motion. An existence, wholly self-aware and therefore entirely master of itself, possesses the phenomenal being in which it is involved, realises itself in form, unfolds itself in the individual.
  2:That luminous Emergence is the dawn which the Aryan forefathers worshipped. Its fulfilled perfection is that highest step of the world-pervading Vishnu which they beheld as if an eye of vision extended in the purest heavens of the Mind. For it exists already as an all-revealing and all-guiding Truth of things which watches over the world and attracts mortal man, first without the knowledge of his conscious mind, by the general march of Nature, but at last consciously by a progressive awakening and self-enlargement, to his divine ascension. The ascent to the divine Life is the human journey, the Work of works, the acceptable Sacrifice. This alone is man's real business in the world and the justification of his existence, without which he would be only an insect crawling among other ephemeral insects on a speck of surface mud and water which has managed to form itself amid the appalling immensities of the physical universe.
  3:This Truth of things that has to emerge out of the phenomenal world's contradictions is declared to be an infinite Bliss and self-conscious Existence, the same everywhere, in all things, in all times and beyond Time, and aware of itself behind all these phenomena by whose intensest vibrations of activity or by whose largest totality it can never be entirely expressed or in any way limited; for it is self-existent and does not depend for its being upon its manifestations. They represent it, but do not exhaust it; point to it, but do not reveal it. It is revealed only to itself within their forms. The conscious existence involved in the form comes, as it evolves, to know itself by intuition, by self-vision, by self-experience. It becomes itself in the world by knowing itself; it knows itself by becoming itself. Thus possessed of itself inwardly, it imparts also to its forms and modes the conscious delight of Sachchidananda. This becoming of the infinite Bliss-Existence-Consciousness in mind and life and body, - for independent of them it exists eternally, - is the transfiguration intended and the utility of individual existence. Through the individual it manifests in relation even as of itself it exists in identity.

1.06_-_Raja_Yoga, #Amrita Gita, #Swami Sivananda Saraswati, #Hinduism
  
  6. Yama consists of five parts, viz., Ahimsa (non-injury), Satyam (truthfulness), Asteya (non-stealing), BrahmachArya (celibacy), and Aparigraha (non-covetousness).
  
  --
  
  15. Retention of breath, BrahmachArya, Sattvic food, seclusion, silence, Satsanga, not mixing much with people are all aids to concentration.
  
  16. Sleep, tossing of mind, attachment to objects, subtle desires and cravings, laziness, lack of BrahmachArya, gluttony are all obstacles in meditation.
  

1.07_-_A_Song_of_Longing_for_Tara,_the_Infallible, #How to Free Your Mind - Tara the Liberator, #Thubten Chodron, #unset
  true cessations and true paths. She has realized emptiness directly and, as an
  Arya, is the Sangha. Because her mind is free from all delements and
  endowed with all qualities, she is also the Buddha.
  --
  you want really want others to look through all the stuff youve saved?
  The real jewels are the seven jewels of the Aryas:
  1. faith, or condence, in the Three Jewels
  --
  a great deal to do to progress on the path and benet others. Bodhisattvas
  have lots of positive desires and aspirations. In fact, Arya bodhisattvas are
  constantly manifesting multiple bodies to benet beings.
  --
  The third step is meditation, during which we familiarize our mind with
  the correct view. Some people think they get an initial glimpse into emptiness and thats it, Now Im an Arya! Well, not exactly. There are many levels of realization of emptiness, some inferential and conceptual, others direct
  and non-conceptual. We need to know the stages of the path and to check our
  --
  they are born there. But through practicing under Amitabhas guidance, they
  attain these realizations, become an Arya, or noble one, and eventually attain
  enlightenment. To be reborn in other pure lands, one already needs to be an
  Arya being. Birth in a pure land depends on our view and level of realization.
  For a highly realized yogi, living on Planet Earth is like being in a pure land.
  --
  
  Meditating on the meaning of these verses isnt simply praying to Arya Tara
  as an external being. Were trying to tap into our own Tara-nature, our Tarapotential, so that we can transform our minds into the Dharma. We want to

1.07_-_Raja-Yoga_in_Brief, #Raja-Yoga, #Swami Vivkenanda, #unset
  
  Yama, Niyama, sana, Prnyma, Pratyhra, Dhrna, Dhyna, and Samdhi are the steps in Raja-Yoga, of which non-injury, truthfulness, non-covetousness, chastity, not receiving anything from another are called Yama. This purifies the mind, the Chitta. Never producing pain by thought, word, and deed, in any living being, is what is called Ahims, non-injury. There is no virtue higher than non-injury. There is no happiness higher than what a man obtains by this attitude of non-offensiveness, to all creation. By truth we attain fruits of work. Through truth everything is attained. In truth everything is established. Relating facts as they are this is truth. Not taking others' goods by stealth or by force, is called Asteya, non-covetousness. Chastity in thought, word, and deed, always, and in all conditions, is what is called BrahmachArya. Not receiving any present from anybody, even when one is suffering terribly, is what is called Aparigraha. The idea is, when a man receives a gift from another, his heart becomes impure, he becomes low, he loses his independence, he becomes bound and attached.
  

1.07_-_THE_.IMPROVERS._OF_MANKIND, #Twilight of the Idols, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  These regulations are instructive enough: we can see in them the
  absolutely pure and primeval humanity of the Aryans,--we learn that
  the notion "pure blood," is the reverse of harmless. On the other hand
  --
  morality of breeding, of race and of privilege:--it is essentially an
  anti-Aryan religion: Christianity is the transvaluation of all Aryan
  values, the triumph of Chandala values, the proclaimed gospel of the

1.07_-_The_Three_Schools_of_Magick_2, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  
  We may complete the whole tradition of the Indian peninsula very simply. To the Vedas, the Upanishads, and the Tripitaka of the Buddhists, we have only to add the Tantras of what are called the VamachArya Schools. Paradoxical as it may sound the Tantrics are in reality the most advanced of the Hindus. Their theory is, in its philosophical ultimatum, a primitive stage of the White tradition, for the essence of the Tantric cults is that by the performance of certain rites of Magick, one does not only escape disaster, but obtains positive benediction. The Tantric is not obsessed by the will-to-die. It is a difficult business, no doubt, to get any fun out of existence; but at least it is not impossible. In other words, he implicitly denies the fundamental proposition that existence is sorrow, and he formulates the essential postulate of the White School of Magick, that means exist by which the universal sorrow (apparent indeed to all ordinary observation) may be unmasked, even as at the initiatory rite of Isis in the ancient days of Khem. There, a Neophyte presenting his mouth, under compulsion, to the pouting buttocks of the Goat of Mendez, found himself caressed by the chaste lips of a virginal priestess of that Goddess at the base of whose shrine is written that No man has lifted her veil.
  

1.08_-_Adhyatma_Yoga, #Amrita Gita, #Swami Sivananda Saraswati, #Hinduism
  
  34. Be firm in the vow of BrahmachArya. Control the senses and the mind. Abandon greed. Cultivate dispassion. Make the mind one-pointed. Sit steadily on Padma, Siddha or Sukha or Svastika Asanas. Now meditate and practise Yoga. You will attain Samadhi or the superconscious state.
  
  --
  
  46. Worship the Gods, the preceptor, the wise, sages, Yogis, Munis, saints and Sannyasins, learned Brahmins. Be straightforward. Be pure. Observe BrahmachArya. Practise Ahimsa. This is austerity of body.
  

1.08_-_Worship_of_Substitutes_and_Images, #Bhakti-Yoga, #Swami Vivekananda, #Hinduism
  
  The same ideas apply to the worship of the Pratimas as to that of the Pratikas; that is to say, if the image stands for a god or a saint, the worship is not the result of Bhakti, and does not lead lo liberation; but if it stands for the one God, the worship thereof will bring both Bhakti and Mukti. Of the principal religions of the world we see Vedantism, Buddhism, and certain forms of Christianity freely using images; only two religions, Mohammedanism and Protestantism, refuse such help. Yet the Mohammedans use the grave of their saints and martyrs almost in the place of images; and the Protestants, in rejecting all concrete helps to religion, are drifting away every year farther and farther from spirituality till at present there is scarcely any difference between the advanced Protestants and the followers of August Comte, or agnostics who preach ethics alone. Again, in Christianity and Mohammedanism whatever exists of image worship is made to fall under that category in which the Pratika or the Pratima is worshipped in itself, but not as a "help to the vision" (DrishtisaukAryam) of God; therefore it is at best only of the nature of ritualistic Karmas and cannot produce either Bhakti or Mukti. In this form of image-worship, the allegiance of the soul is given to other things than Ishvara, and, therefore, such use of images, or graves, or temples, or tombs, is real idolatry; it is in itself neither sinful nor wicked it is a rite a Karma, and worshippers must and will get the fruit thereof.
  

1.09_-_Saraswati_and_Her_Consorts, #The Secret Of The Veda, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  The Secret of the Veda
   spiritual, from a purely naturalistic to an increasingly ethical and psychological view of Nature and the world and the gods - and this, though by no means certain, is for the present the accepted view,1 - we must suppose that the Vedic poets were at least already advancing from the physical and naturalistic conception of the Gods to the ethical and the spiritual. But Saraswati is not only the goddess of Inspiration, she is at one and the same time one of the seven rivers of the early Aryan world. The question at once arises, whence came this extraordinary identification? And how does the connection of the two ideas present itself in the
  Vedic hymns? And there is more; for Saraswati is important not only in herself but by her connections. Before proceeding farther let us cast a rapid and cursory glance at them to see what they can teach us.
  --
  
  We may note that the word Pegasus, if we transliterate it into the original Aryan phonetics, becomes Pajasa and is obviously connected with the Sanskrit pajas, which meant originally force,
  1
  --
  97
   bring to birth for man the Bliss, Mayas. I have already insisted on the constant relation, as conceived by the Vedic seers, between the Truth and the Bliss or Ananda. It is by the dawning of the true or infinite consciousness in man that he arrives out of this evil dream of pain and suffering, this divided creation into the Bliss, the happy state variously described in Veda by the words bhadram, mayas (love and bliss), svasti (the good state of existence, right being) and by others less technically used such as vAryam, rayih., rayah.. For the Vedic Rishi Truth is the passage and the antechamber, the Bliss of the divine existence is the goal, or else Truth is the foundation, Bliss the supreme result.
  
  --
  
  Should this imagery be admitted, and it is evident that if once such conceptions are supposed to exist, this would be the natural imagery for a people living the life and placed in the surroundings of the ancient Aryans, - quite as natural for them and inevitable as for us the image of the "planes" with which theosophical thought has familiarised us, - the place of
  Saraswati as one of the seven rivers becomes clear. She is the current which comes from the Truth-principle, from the Ritam or Mahas, and we actually find this principle spoken of in the

1.10_-_Mantra_Yoga, #Amrita Gita, #Swami Sivananda Saraswati, #Hinduism
  
  11. Mantra Siddhi for curing scorpion sting, cobra bites, etc., can be attained within 40 days. Repeat the Mantra with faith and devotion regularly. Have sitting in the early morning after taking bath. Observe BrahmachArya and live on milk and fruits for 40 days or take restricted diet.
  

1.10_-_The_Image_of_the_Oceans_and_the_Rivers, #The Secret Of The Veda, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  We may observe also in passing that the Panis here must perforce be spiritual enemies, powers of darkness, and not Dravidian gods or Dravidian tribes or Dravidian merchants. In the next verse Vamadeva says of the streams of the ghr.tam that they move from the heart-ocean shut up in a hundred prisons
  (pens) by the enemy so that they are not seen. Certainly, this does not mean that rivers of ghee - or of water, either - rising from the heart-ocean or any ocean were caught on their way by the wicked and unconscionable Dravidians and shut up in a hundred pens so that the Aryans or the Aryan gods could not even catch a glimpse of them. We perceive at once that the enemy,
  Pani, Vritra of the hymns is a purely psychological conception and not an attempt of our forefathers to conceal the facts of early Indian history from their posterity in a cloud of tangled and inextricable myths. The Rishi Vamadeva would have stood aghast at such an unforeseen travesty of his ritual images. We are not even helped if we take ghr.ta in the sense of water, hr.dya samudra in the sense of a delightful lake, and suppose that the
  Dravidians enclose the water of the rivers with a hundred dams so that the Aryans could not even get a glimpse of them. For even if the rivers of the Punjab all flow out of one heart-pleasing lake, yet their streams of water cannot even so have been triply placed in a cow and the cow hidden in a cave by the cleverest and most inventive Dravidians.
  

1.10_-_The_Yoga_of_the_Intelligent_Will, #Essays On The Gita, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  I have declared to you the poise of a self-liberating intelligence in Sankhya, says the divine Teacher to Arjuna. I will now declare to you another poise in Yoga. You are shrinking from the results of your works, you desire other results and turn from your right path in life because it does not lead you to them. But this idea of works and their result, desire of result as the motive, the work as a means for the satisfaction of desire, is the bondage of the ignorant who know not what works are, nor their true source, nor their real operation, nor their high utility. My Yoga will free you from all bondage of the soul to its works, karmabandham prahasyasi. You are afraid of many things, afraid of sin, afraid of suffering, afraid of hell and punishment, afraid of God, afraid of this world, afraid of the hereafter, afraid of yourself. What is it that you are not afraid of at this moment, you the Aryan fighter, the world's chief hero? But this is the great fear which besieges humanity, its fear of sin and suffering now and hereafter, its fear in a world of whose true nature it is ignorant, of a God whose true being also it has not seen and
  

1.11_-_The_Seven_Rivers, #The Secret Of The Veda, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  HE VEDA speaks constantly of the waters or the rivers, especially of the divine waters, apo devh. or apo divyah., and occasionally of the waters which carry in them the light of the luminous solar world or the light of the Sun, svarvatr apah.. The passage of the waters effected by the Gods or by man with the aid of the Gods is a constant symbol. The three great conquests to which the human being aspires, which the Gods are in constant battle with the Vritras and Panis to give to man are the herds, the waters and the Sun or the solar world, ga apah. svah.. The question is whether these references are to the rains of heaven, the rivers of Northern India possessed or assailed by the Dravidians - the Vritras being sometimes the Dravidians and sometimes their gods, the herds possessed or robbed from the Aryan settlers by the indigenous "robbers" - the Panis who hold or steal the herds being again sometimes the Dravidians and sometimes their gods; or is there a deeper, a spiritual meaning?
  Is the winning of Swar simply the recovery of the sun from its shadowing by the storm-cloud or its seizure by eclipse or its concealment by the darkness of Night? For here at least there can be no withholding of the sun from the Aryans by human
  "black-skinned" and "noseless" enemies. Or does the conquest of Swar mean simply the winning of heaven by sacrifice? And in either case what is the sense of this curious collocation of cows, waters and the sun or cows, waters and the sky? Is it not rather a system of symbolic meanings in which the herds, indicated by the word gah. in the sense both of cows and rays of light, are the illuminations from the higher consciousness which have their origin in the Sun of Light, the Sun of Truth? Is not Swar itself the world or plane of immortality governed by that Light or Truth of the all-illumining Sun called in Veda the vast Truth, r.tam br.hat, and the true Light? and are not the divine waters, apo devh., divyah.

1.11_-_Works_and_Sacrifice, #Essays On The Gita, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Shastra. But if the principle of the action is not to be external to the nature but subjective, if the actions even of the liberated and the sage are to be controlled and determined by his nature, svabhava-niyatam, then the only subjective principle of action is desire of whatever kind, lust of the flesh or emotion of the heart or base or noble aim of the mind, but all subject to the gun.as of
  Prakriti. Let us then interpret the niyata karma of the Gita as the nityakarma of the Vedic rule, its kartavya karma or work that has to be done as the Aryan rule of social duty and let us take too its work done as a sacrifice to mean simply these Vedic sacrifices and this fixed social duty performed disinterestedly and without any personal object. This is how the Gita's doctrine of desireless work is often interpreted. But it seems to me that the Gita's teaching is not so crude and simple, not so local and temporal and narrow as all that. It is large, free, subtle and profound; it is for all time and for all men, not for a particular age and country.
  

1.1.2_-_Commentary, #Kena and Other Upanishads, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  1 Ajneyam atarkyam.
  2 AvyavahAryam.
  

1.14_-_The_Structure_and_Dynamics_of_the_Self, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  is the Original Man in the theosophical version of Zarathustra's system. Yima, on
  the other hand, is the Original Man of ancient Aryan legend. His name is Yimo
  kshaito, 'the shining Yima.' According to the Mainyo-i-Khard, the metals were

1.16_-_Man,_A_Transitional_Being, #Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  
  thoughts into written form. A bilingual review was founded, with Richard in charge of the French section. Thus the Arya, or Review of the Great Synthesis, would be born. But the war broke out, Richard was called back to France, and Sri Aurobindo found himself alone with sixty-four pages of philosophy to produce every month.
  Nevertheless, he was no philosopher. And philosophy! Let me tell you in confidence that I never, never, never was a philosopher although I have written philosophy which is another story altogether. I knew precious little about philosophy before I did the Yoga and came to Pondicherry I was a poet and a politician, not a philosopher. How I
  --
  The single sign interpreting every sign.302
  Day after day, quietly, Sri Aurobindo filled his pages. Anyone else would have been exhausted, but he did not "think" about what he was writing. I have made no endeavour in writing, he explains to a disciple, I have simply left the higher Power to work and when it did not work, I made no effort at all. It was in the old intellectual days that I had sometimes tried to force things and not after I started development of poetry and prose by Yoga. Let me remind you also that when I was writing the Arya and also whenever I write these letters or replies, I never think. . . . It is out of a silent mind that I
  write whatever comes ready-shaped from above.303 Often, those among his disciples who were writers or poets would ask him to explain the yogic process of literary creation. He would explain it at great length, knowing that creative activities are a powerful means of pushing back the superconscious boundary and precipitating into Matter the luminous possibilities of the future. His letters are quite instructive: The best relief for the brain, he writes in one of them, is when the thinking takes place outside the body and above the head (or in space or at other levels but still outside the body). At any rate it was so in my case; for as soon as that happened there was an immense relief; I have felt body strain since then but never any kind of brain fatigue.304 Let us stress that "thinking outside the body" is not at all a supramental phenomenon, but a very simple experience accessible with the onset of mental silence. The true method,
  --
  He summed up the role of the mind in the evolutionary process as follows: Mind is a clumsy interlude between Nature's vast and precise subconscient action and the vaster infallible superconscient action of the Godhead. There is nothing mind can do that cannot be better done in the mind's immobility and thought-free stillness.309
  At the end of six years, in 1920, Sri Aurobindo felt he had said enough, for the time being, and the Arya drew to a close. The rest of his written work would be comprised almost entirely of letters to his disciples thousands upon thousands of them, containing all kinds of practical indications about yogic experiences, difficulties, and progress. But most importantly, over a period of thirty years, he would write and rewrite his extraordinary 28,813-line epic poem, Savitri, like a fifth Veda his message, in which he describes the experiences of the higher and lower worlds, his own battles in the Subconscient and Inconscient, the whole occult history of evolution on the earth and in the universe, and his vision of the future:
  Interpreting the universe by soul signs He read from within the text of the without.310
  --
  The Mother Sri Aurobindo had not come only to write; he had other things to do.
  He stopped the Arya in 1920, the year the Mother came to join him in Pondicherry. When I came to Pondicherry, Sri Aurobindo once told his early disciples, a programme was dictated to me from within for my sadhana [discipline]. I followed it and progressed for myself but could not do much by way of helping others. Then came the Mother and with her help I found the necessary method.311
  It is difficult to speak of the Mother, probably because a 309

1.17_-_The_Seven-Headed_Thought,_Swar_and_the_Dashagwas, #The Secret Of The Veda, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Sun, the Cows, the Horses and all treasures from the grasp of the sons of darkness. But they are also seers of the Truth, finders and speakers of the word of the Truth and by the power of the Truth they win for us the wide world of Light and Immortality which is described in the Veda as the Vast, the True, the Right and as the own home of this Flame of which they are the children. This physical imagery and these psychological indications are closely interwoven and they cannot be separated from each other. Therefore we are obliged by ordinary common sense to conclude that the Flame of which the Right and the Truth is the own home is itself a Flame of that Right and
  Truth, that the Light which is won by the Truth and by the force of true thought is not merely a physical light, the cows which Sarama finds on the path of the Truth not merely physical herds, the Horses not merely the wealth of the Dravidians conquered by invading Aryan tribes, nor even merely images of the physical Dawn, its light and its swiftly moving rays and the darkness of which the Panis and Vritra are the defenders not merely the darkness of the Indian or the Arctic night. We have even been able to hazard a reasonable hypothesis by which we can disentangle the real sense of this imagery and discover the
  
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  The Seven-Headed Thought, Swar and the Dashagwas 185
  It is when enriched in light and force of thought by the Angirases that Indra completes his victorious journey and reaches the goal on the mountain; "In him our primal fathers, the seven seers, the Navagwas, increase their plenty, him victorious on his march and breaking through (to the goal), standing on the mountain, inviolate in speech, most luminous-forceful by his thinkings," naks.ad-dabham taturim parvates.t.ham, adroghavacam matibhih. savis.t.ham (VI.22.2). It is by singing the Rik, the hymn of illumination, that they find the solar illuminations in the cave of our being, arcanto7 ga avindan (I.62.2). It is by the stubh, the all-supporting rhythm of the hymn of the seven seers, by the vibrating voice of the Navagwas that Indra becomes full of the power of Swar, svaren.a svAryah. and by the cry of the Dashagwas that he rends Vala in pieces (I.62.4). For this cry is the voice of the higher heaven, the thunder that cries in the lightning-flash of Indra, and the advance of the Angirases on their path is the forward movement of this cry of the heavens, pra brahman.o angiraso naks.anta, pra krandanur nabhanyasya vetu (VII.42.1); for we are told that the voice of Brihaspati the Angirasa discovering the Sun and the Dawn and the Cow and the light of the Word is the thunder of Heaven, br.haspatir us.asam suryam gam, arkam viveda stanayann iva dyauh. (X.67.5). It is by the satya mantra, the true thought expressed in the rhythm of the truth, that the hidden light is found and the Dawn brought to birth, gud.ham jyotih. pitaro anvavindan, satyamantra ajanayann us.asam (VII.76.4). For these are the Angirases who speak aright, ittha vadadbhih. angirobhih. (VI.18.5), masters of the Rik who place perfectly their thought, svadhbhir r.kvabhih. (VI.32.2); they are the sons of heaven, heroes of the Mighty Lord who speak the truth and think the straightness and therefore they are able to hold the seat of illumined knowledge, to mentalise the supreme abode of the sacrifice, r.tam samsanta r.ju ddhyana, divas putraso asurasya vrah.; vipram padam angiraso dadhana, yajnasya dhama prathamam mananta (X.67.2).
  
  --
  
  It is impossible that such expressions should convey nothing more than the recovery of stolen cows from Dravidian cavedwellers by some Aryan seers led by a god and his dog or else the return of the Dawn after the darkness of the night.
  

1.17_-_The_Transformation, #Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  1 - Indian Tradition The Foundations of Indian Culture, 1st ed. 1953
  'Arya' Dec. 1918-Jan. 1921 (New York)
  On the Veda, 'Arya' Aug. 1914-Jan. 1920 1st ed. 1956
  Hymns to the Mystic Fire 1st ed. 1946
  Isha Upanishad (translation & commentaries), 1st ed. 1921
  'Arya' Aug. 1914-May 1915
  Eight Upanishads (translations & introduction) 1st ed. 1953
  Essays on the Gita, 'Arya' Aug. 1916-July 1920 1st ed. 1922
  The Renaissance in India, 1st ed. 1920
  'Arya' Aug. 1918-Nov. 1918
  The Significance of Indian Art, 'Arya' 1918-1921 1st ed. 1947
  
  2 - Philosophy-Sociology The Life Divine, 'Arya' Aug. 1914-Jan. 1919 1st ed. 1939
  Ideals and Progress, 'Arya' 1915-1916 1st ed. 1920
  The Superman, 'Arya' March 1915-Aug. 1915 1st ed. 1920
  Thoughts and Glimpses, 'Arya' 1915-1917 1st ed. 1920
  Thoughts and Aphorisms 1st ed. 1958
  The Hour of God 1st ed. 1959
  Evolution, 'Arya' 1915-1918 1st ed. 1920
  Heraclitus, 'Arya' Dec. 1916-June 1917 1st ed. 1941
  The Supramental Manifestation upon Earth, 1st ed. 1952
  --
  The Problem of Rebirth, 1st ed. 1952
  'Arya' Nov. 1915-Jan. 1921
  The Human Cycle, 'Arya' Aug. 1916-July 1918 1st ed. 1949
  The Ideal of Human Unity, 1st ed. 1919
  'Arya' Sept. 1915-July 1918 Revised 1950
  
  --
  The Yoga and its Objects 1st ed. 1921
  The Synthesis of Yoga, 'Arya' Aug. 1914-Jan. 1921 1st ed. 1948
  Letters, 2 volumes (On Yoga I & II) 1st ed. 1958
  --
  
  4 - Literature-Poetry-Drama Views and Reviews, 'Arya' 1914-1920 1st ed. 1941
  Letters, third series 1st ed. 1949
  --
  Vyasa and Valmiki, 1893-1905 (Baroda) 1st ed. 1956
  The Future Poetry, 'Arya' Dec. 1917-July 1920 1st ed. 1953
  Collected Poems and Plays, 2 volumes 1st ed. 1942

1.18_-_The_Human_Fathers, #The Secret Of The Veda, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  Once we have the key to the meaning of the Cows, the Sun, the Honey-Wine, all the circumstances of the Angiras legend and the action of the Fathers, which are such an incongruous patchwork in the ritualistic or naturalistic and so hopelessly impossible in the historical or Arya-Dravidian interpretation of the hymns, become on the contrary perfectly clear and connected and each throws light on the other. We understand each hymn in its entirety and in relation to other hymns; each isolated line, each passage, each scattered reference in the Vedas falls inevitably and harmoniously into a common whole. We know, here, how the Honey, the Bliss can be said to be stored in the
  Cow, the shining Light of the Truth; what is the connection of the honey-bearing Cow with the Sun, lord and origin of that

1.19_-_The_Victory_of_the_Fathers, #The Secret Of The Veda, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  The means of this finding and expanding are also very succinctly stated by Parashara in his mystic, but still clear and impressive style. "They held the truth, they enriched its thought; then indeed, aspiring souls (Aryah.), they, holding it in thought, bore it diffused in all their being," dadhann r.tam dhanayann asya dhtim, ad id aryo didhis.vo vibhr.trah., (I.71.3). The image in vibhr.trah. suggests the upholding of the thought of the Truth in all the principles of our being or, to put it in the ordinary
  Vedic image, the seven-headed thought in all the seven waters, apsu dhiyam dadhis.e, as we have seen it elsewhere expressed in almost identical language; this is shown by the image that immediately follows, - "the doers of the work go towards the unthirsting (waters) which increase the divine births by the satisfaction of delight," atr.s.yantr apaso yanti accha, devan janma prayasa vardhayanth.. The sevenfold Truth-consciousness in the satisfied sevenfold Truth-being increasing the divine births in us by the satisfaction of the soul's hunger for the Beatitude, this is the growth of immortality. It is the manifestation of that trinity of divine being, light and bliss which the Vedantins afterwards called Sachchidananda.
  --
  
  We then come to the seven divine seers. "The seers unconquered declared the Seer (the Deva, Agni) holding him within in the homes of the human being; thence (from this embodied human being) mayst thou, O Agni, aspiring by the work (Aryah.), behold by thy advancing movements these of whom thou must have the vision, the transcendent ones (the godheads of the
  Deva)"; kavim sasasuh. kavayo adabdha, nidharayanto duryasu ayoh.; atas tvam dr.syan agna etan, pad.bhih. pasyer adbhutan Arya evaih.. This is again the journey to the vision of the Godhead. "Thou, O Agni, youngest power, art the perfect guide (on that journey) to him who sings the word and offers the Soma and orders the sacrifice; bring to the illumined who accomplishes the
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  Next the example of the human fathers is given as the original type of this great becoming and achievement. "Now also, even as our supreme ancient fathers, O Agni, seeking to possess the Truth, expressing the Word, travelled to the purity and the light; breaking open the earth (the material being) they uncovered the ruddy ones (the Dawns, the Cows); perfected in works and in light, seeking the godheads, gods, forging the Births like iron (or, forging the divine births like iron), making Agni a pure flame, increasing Indra, they attained and reached the wideness of the Light (of the Cows, gavyam urvam). As if herds of the Cow in the field of riches, that was manifested to vision which is the Births of the Gods within, O puissant One; they both accomplished the wide enjoyments (or, longings) of mortals and worked as aspirers for the increase of the higher being"; a yutheva ks.umati pasvo akhyad, devanam yaj janima anti ugra; martanam cid urvasr akr.pran, vr.dhe cid Arya uparasya ayoh..
  

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