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kama rupa
Kama Ka"ma (k[aum]"m[aum]), n. (Theosophy) Desire; animal passion; Note: supposed to create the ka"ma ru"pa (r[=oo]p[.a]) [Skr. r[=u]pa shape, image], a kind of simulacrum or astral likeness of a man which exists after his death in an invisible plane of being, called ka"ma lo"ca (l[=o]"k[.a]) [Skr. l[=o]ka space, world], until the impulses which created it are exhausted and it finally fades away.

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- Purana mentioned that country got its name from Kamadeva (Kama), who regain his form (Rupa) back from ashes here. Kamarupa is not included in the list...
- Kama Kama (Sanskrit, Pali; Devanagari: काम; IAST: kāma) means "desire, wish, longing" in Hindu and Buddhist literature. Kama often connotes ****ual desire...
- Agamas) describe four stages of rupa jhāna. Rupa refers to the material realm, in a neutral stance, as different from the kama realm (lust, desire) and the...
- dimensions or cl****es of beings in the Bhavachakra. In Buddhist cosmology Kama-Loka, Rupa-Loka, Arupa-Loka has interpreted.[clarification needed] According to...
- these seven parts are the Body (Rupa), Vitality (Prana-Jiva), the Astral Body (Linga Sarira), the Animal Soul (Kama-Rupa), the Human Soul (Manas), the Spiritual...
- to employ more Sepoys. On 29th February 1768, the two armies met outside Kama and a fight followed in which the Bharatpur army were beaten back and forced...
- Shiva. From then onwards all the Vedic (Shiva) sadhanas are given up in Kama rupa and Ugra Tara became a Goddess of Vamachara sadhana. All her army became...
- their opposites. Rebirth in the Kama-loka depends on a person's moral conduct and practice of giving. Rebirth in the Rupa-loka and Arupa-loka also requires...
- seven elements: The Physical Body (Rūpa). Vitality (Prana, or Jiva). Astral Body (Linga Sharira). Animal Soul (Kāma Rūpa). Human Soul (Manas). Spiritual...
- According to Blavatsky, man is composed of seven parts: Atma, Buddhi, Manas, Kama rupa, Linga sharira, Prana, and Sthula sharira. In Isis Unveiled, Blavatsky...
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