transmigratory

[ trans-mahy-greyt, tranz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF transmigratory
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I've hit the right nail, isn't it an excellent and most transmigratory art?

Yet the conception which Buddha substituted for the transmigratory soul, viz.

The sentient spirit, that to which transmigratory conditions pertain, is also of two kinds, the appetent and non-appetent.

Thus, then, it has been shown that mercury alone is the means of passing beyond the burden of transmigratory pains.

To the Brahmin, the lower animal kingdom is a vast masquerade of transmigratory souls.

Therefore the man who has once comprehended Brahman to be the Self, does not belong to this transmigratory world as he did before.

He, on the other hand, who still belongs to this transmigratory world as before, has not comprehended Brahman to be the Self.

Hence the highest Self is subject to the fruition connected with transmigratory existence.

This objection we meet by the remark, that the transmigratory world is without beginning.

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