etheric body

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etheric body

1. An image of the monad; the life force.
2. In anthroposophical medicine this is one of four aspects of man (the other three being the astral body, the ego, and the physical body) and represents that part of an individual that opposes the force of gravity, allowing growth upward, away from the earth.
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That is one of the main reasons internet fraud, auctioning of vital body organs, emigration to seek greener pastures in foreign lands and other vices are on the increase especially among youths.
Interviewed by Sudan National TV Sunday, the TMC Chairman has described the Security and Intelligence Service as an important and vital body and considered a pillar in the state's national security.
The 'Slay Queen' singer who was responding to comments made by veteran highlife musician, Akosua Agyapong on the over exposure of vital body parts female artistes said this is a different era so there is nothing wrong with female acts wearing seductive dresses.
class="MsoNormalKnown as Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC), it is promoted for low birth-weight preterm babies and helps in stabilising body temperature which in turn leads to quick improvement and development of vital body organs such as the heart and lungs.
The drugs work by blocking a brain chemical called acetylcholine, which plays a role in a range of vital body functions.
The injuries were inflected even on their vital body parts," the NHRC observed.
The thyroid's hormones regulate vital body functions, including breathing, heart rate, body weight, body temperature and cholesterol levels.
1 Nearly clear 2 Perfect pale 3 Yellow mellow 4 Golden glow 5 Cautiously bright 6 Amber lights 7 Sunset burn 8 Desert thirst The perils During the hot weather, we can lose vital body salts when we sweat.
Although chemical preservatives are not considered detrimental to health, medical studies show that their excessive ingestion can damage vital body organs or, worst, lead to cancer.
Later they injured her vital body parts by using some sort of a sharp implement.
Around 150,000 patients die in Pakistan from end-stage organ failure due to shortage of vital body parts every year.