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 Glossary of Spiritual Terms from Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism)
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TermMeaning
VaikhariAudible, generally refereed to Japa
Vairagyadispassion indifference non?attachment
VasanaSubtle desires or desires that arise from subconscious mind. The difference between desire and Vasana is that the Vasana is subtle and hidden in the subconscious mind whereas the desire is gross.
Vedasrepositories of Spiritual Wisdom - holiest Hindu scriptures
VicharaSelf-enquiry, Sustained thinking
Vikalpafalse imagination or doubts
Viraktidispassion indifference non?attachment
VivekaAbility of discrimination between real and unreal; spiritual wisdom
Vivekiwise one
VrttisThought waves
 
  

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