Bhutas


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Bhutas

In Ayurvedic medicine these are the five elements from which all things are made—air, fire, earth, ether, and water— and which correspond to one of the senses (touch, sight, smell, sound, taste) and to a planet (Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Venus).
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Mysterious magical rebels, known as the Bhutas, and a handsome, young imperial guard combine to complicate her path to the throne, as well as teach her about herself and her roots.
It is flanked by Pancha Bhutas and Navagrahas temples.
But Pasupati is also the Lord of the ganas and bhutas, a class of demi-gods and demons attending Siva; hence the appearance of a demon in the retinue does not seem inappropriate.
and delights the mind of the beloved, and it subdues bhutas, pretas, pisacas, and yaksas.
Some of the nameless bhutas present in the air may be satisfied with a little food left for them or with grain thrown in the air.
The Siri ritual stages a dialogue between devotees and the family of bhutas when, at first, the women lament loudly that they are Sonne, Abbage, Darrage or even Siri, while the Kumara, the priest who controls them, is possessed by Siri's son Kumara, the only male of that mythic family.
MAY 14-15: BASTYR UNIVERSITY presents FIVE ELEMENT ACUPRESSURE: Enlivening the Bhutas @ Bastyr University in Kenmore, Washington (near Seattle).
The multiplicity of cosmic evolutes include the mahat or buddhi (intellect), the ahamkara (ego principle), the manas (lower mind), the ten indriyas (five cognitive senses of sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing and five conative senses of speech, prehension, movement, excretion, and reproduction), the five tanmatras (subtle essences) underlying the five sensory abilities, and the five bhutas (gross material elements of earth, water, fire, air and space).
Lo obvio o lo criptico, lo inmediato o lo mediato, lo primero o lo ultimo, lo que esta al alcance de la mano o lo que no se revela, que simplemente es, como Yave, o como el agua, el aire, el fuego, la tierra, el atomo, las homeomerias, las bhutas, etc.
The five elements, or bhutas, which the three energies contain in various proportions, compose all matter and align with the types of atoms.
His investigation uses an all-inclusive term "spirit-deities" for beings such as yaksas, nagas, guhyakas, bhutas, pretas, gandharvas, pitrs, kumbhandas, pisacas, vrksadevatas (rukkhadevatas), vetalas, mahoragas, devaputras, vidyadharas, kimpurusas.
12 could be interpreted as describing how the many bhutas ultimately resolve into one great bhuta or come forth from one great bhuta.