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" ... non-action. (1) The popular exoteric systems agree in defining Nirvana negatively as a state of absolute exemption from the circle of transmigration, as a state of entire freedom from all forms of existence, to begin with freedom from all passion... "
The Theosophical Glossary - Page 230
by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky - 1892 - 389 pages
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The Key to Theosophy: Being a Clear Exposition, in the Form of Question and ...

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky - Philosophy - 1893 - 260 pages
...or maya. Shakyamuni Buddha said in the last moments of his life: "the spiritual body is immortal." As Mr. Eitel, the scholarly Sinologist, explains it:...suffering." And this is why the Bodhisattvas who prefer the nirmanakaya to the dharmakaya vesture stand higher in the popular estimation than the niruanis. But...
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The Diamond Sutra: Or Prajna-paramita

Tripiṭaka - 1913 - 117 pages
...Asia. Sir EDWIN ARNOLD. " The dewdrop re-becomes the shining sea." — Chioh-Hsien (a Chinese monk). " The popular exoteric systems agree in defining Nirvana...transmigration as a state of entire freedom from all forms of materiality, from all passion and exertion, mentally and emotionally, a state of indifference therefore...
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Handbook of Chinese Buddhism Being Sanskrit-Chinese Dictionary: With ...

Ernest J. Eitel - Foreign Language Study - 1992 - 231 pages
...•t/J ^& ^^ lit. complete extinction of the animal spirits, or by Sffi j*jj lit. non-action. (1.) The popular exoteric systems agree in defining Nirvana...passion and exertion, a state of indifference to all sensibibity. Positively they define Nirvana as the highest state of spiritual bliss, as absolute immortality...
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Theosophical Review, Volume 12

Theosophy - 1893
...absolutely complete moral purity, or ... complete extinction of the animal spirits, ... or non-action. (1) The popular exoteric systems agree in defining Nirvana...exertion, a state of indifference to all sensibility. Positively they define Nirvana as the highest state of spiritual bliss, as absolute immortality through...
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