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 Glossary of Spiritual Terms from Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism)
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TermMeaning
Maha-nidrasuper-conscious state
Mahavakya4 Great utterances - Prajnanam brahma; Aham brahma asmi; Tat twam asi; Ayam atma brahma. There are four Mahavakyas (great utterances): "Prajnanam brahma" (consciousness is the Absolute); "aham brahma asmi" (I am the Absolute); "tat twam asi" (that thou art); "ayam atma brahma" (the Self is the Absolute)
Mamata, MamatwaMineness towards things and people that one owns, mineness of body. Mamata generates feeling of ownership towards body and things around
Mananaconstant thinking
ManasicMental
Manonasha, ManonasaDemolition of the mind
Mantrasacred name of Lord or mystic divine words formula
Mathtemple
Mayagrand illusion of mind
Maya-PrapanchaIllusory universe
Mithyaa play of the mind
Mithya-AcharaFalse living. This is opposite of true living (Satya-Achara)
Mithya-drishtiSeeing falsehood in all objects
Mohadelusion or extreme greed
Mokshaliberation from the cycle of birth and death - loss of one's personality in the divine.
Moksha vasanaDesire for liberation
Mudhavasthaveil of ignorance or stupefied state of mind
Mudragesture or position usually of the hands
MuktaOne who is liberated
Muktiliberation from the cycle of birth and death
MumukshuOne who is longing for liberation from birth and death
MumukshutwaLonging for liberation from birth and death
 
  

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