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63 examples of  reincarnation  in sentences

63 examples of reincarnation in sentences

In short, Omar was a Fitzgerald, or Fitzgerald was a reincarnation of Omar.

" Footnote 7: This view, it may be remarked, is not necessarily incompatible with the conception of reincarnation, on which theory the final resurrection or transmutation of the body would terminate the series of successive lives and deaths, thus bringing the individual out of the circle of generation, which is the circle of Karma.

The fact was events of far greater importance to the tribe than her reincarnation had passed unrecorded in books.

They are diametrically opposed to the philosophy of Karma and of reincarnation, which are the tenets of theosophy.

He imagined himself to be the reincarnation of Charles XII, while in Napoleon he recognized the monster of the Apocalypse, which he himself was sent to fight and conquer.

"He looks like a Hindu thinking of reincarnation.

The first was the arrival in that city of a Hindu lady from Gujerat who had lately come to the conclusion that she was a reincarnation of the Goddess Devi.

The spiritual essence of it seemed to have passed over into my words, and I loved the reincarnation best.

For Silas Blackburn was a reincarnation more difficult to accept than any ghost.

Finding that these wonderful faculties were better developed in the women of Mars than in the men, I chose the feminine form for my reincarnation.

When and how would be its reincarnation?

To Indians the word progress meant the passage of the soul through aeons of reincarnation towards a blissful absorption into the inconceivable void of indistinctive existence, as when at last a jar is broken and the space inside it returns to space.

So, many a humble poet dreams His songs will touch the human heart, And full of hope his offering lays Before the shrine of Art; Poor dreamer, may he never know That he too draws a silent bow! CONTENTS PROEM MY PROMENADE SOLITAIRE REINCARNATION TO THE "RING NEBULA" THE WAIF THE SILVER HERONS TO THE SPHINX YOUTH AND AGE

Meantime the Earth speeds on through space, As the sun for a million years hath steered, And, an eon hence, the entire race Will have played its part and disappeared; But what will the lifeless planet care, As it follows its Promenade Solitaire? REINCARNATION

Brilliant as Lucifer, Son of the Morning, Rises this reincarnation of Mars! Youth at its apogee, precedent scorning, Genius ascending its path toward the stars!

Formerly human beings were slain daily upon this altarchildren, young girls, women and peasants, who either offered themselves for the sake of securing advancement in reincarnation or were seized by the savage priests in the absence of volunteers.

All who know the truth of reincarnation should realise that they are members of one great family, in which some are younger brethren and some elder.

"The method of evolution," as a great Master said, "is a constant dipping down into matter under the law of readjustment," i.e. by reincarnation and karma.

This doctrine was in a certain sense revolutionary: it declared that all the high officials and superiors who treated the people so unjustly and who so exploited them, would in their next reincarnation be born in poor circumstances or into inferior rank and would have to suffer punishment for all their ill deeds.

The Buddhist monks at the Toba court now submitted to the emperor, regarding him as a reincarnation of Buddha.

This man was the German reincarnation of Javert, the police inspector who hung so relentlessly upon the flanks of Jean Valjean.

When the apomorphia began to do its work there was a struggle of another sort, out of which emerged a pallid and somewhat stricken reincarnation of the governor.

After that is realized, all one's thinking must adjust itself to it; as in Hindu minds, all thoughts adjust to reincarnation, and flow from it....

The way of the stars; a romance of reincarnation, by L. Adams Beck.

SEE Zain, C. C. <pb id='016.png' n='1956h1/A/0680' /> BENJAMINE, MARIA M. Facts and fancies about reincarnation.

ZAIN, C. C. Facts and fancies about reincarnation, by C. C. Zain, pseud.

Manly Palmer Hall (A); 10Jan67; R401958. Reincarnation, the cycle of necessity.

Think by formula and insure your future, and Three basic laws of reincarnation, by Amy Warburton.

MARTIN, A. R. Researches in reincarnation and beyond.

Researches in reincarnation and beyond.

The way of the stars; a romance of reincarnation, by L. Adams Beck.

SEE Zain, C. C. <pb id='016.png' n='1956h1/A/0680' /> BENJAMINE, MARIA M. Facts and fancies about reincarnation.

ZAIN, C. C. Facts and fancies about reincarnation, by C. C. Zain, pseud.

Manly Palmer Hall (A); 10Jan67; R401958. Reincarnation, the cycle of necessity.

Think by formula and insure your future, and Three basic laws of reincarnation, by Amy Warburton.

MARTIN, A. R. Researches in reincarnation and beyond.

Researches in reincarnation and beyond.

Upon these the Oriental doctrines of karma and reincarnation cast the only light by which the reason consents to be guided.

As these doctrines are intimately related both to higher time and to trance revelations, some consideration of karma and reincarnation may appropriately find place here.

KARMA AND REINCARNATION Karma is that self-adjusting force in human affairs which restores harmony disturbed by action.

" The essential idea of reincarnation is indicated in the following quotation from the Upanishads: "And as a goldsmith, taking a piece of gold, turns it into another, newer, and more beautiful shape, so does this Self, having thrown off this body and dispelled all ignorance, make unto himself another and more beautiful shape.

" Reincarnation is the periodic "dip" of an immortal individual into materiality for the working out of karma, after an interval, long or short, spent under other conditions of existence.

The profound and pregnant doctrines of karma and reincarnation, here so sketchily outlined, are but expansions of one of the fundamental propositions of all Eastern philosophical systems, that the effect is the unfolding of the cause in time.

To omit a consideration of karma and reincarnation in connection with higher time would be to force a passage and then not follow where it leads.

The idea of time curvature is implicit in the ideas of karma and reincarnation.

And what is reincarnation but the major cycle of that sweep into objective existence and out again, of which the alternation between waking and sleeping is the lesser counterpart? COLONEL DE ROCHAS' EXPERIMENTS During the past few years evidence has been accumulating that we never really forget anything.

He pays a fine tribute to the theory of reincarnation.

Having referred so frequently and so familiarly to the Eastern belief in reincarnation, and hinted at a more solid foundation for that belief than the single series of experiments above referred to, it would be unfair to the reader not to gratify his curiosity more fully in regard to these matters.

The reader to whom the idea of reincarnation is repellent or unfamiliar may not be prepared to go this length, but he must at least grant that in the span of a single lifetime thought and desire determine action, and consequently, position in space.

But in each reincarnation, however predetermined every act and event, their reaction upon consciousness remains a matter of determinationis therefore self-determined.

I, as usual, when there was any lack in the viands, tried to be as brilliant as possible in conversation; discussing Nirvana, Karma, reincarnation, and thus turning attention from the evanescent things of earth to the joys of a life to come,not an easy feat to perform with strong-minded women,but, in parting, they seemed happy and refreshed, and all promised to come again.

Do you recall your horror the first time I told you I had read a book on reincarnation, and confessed that it had made me anxious to study the theory?

Amid all the heroes and leaders of that wondrous age in Ireland, there appears, like a reincarnation of legendary Medb, a warlike queen in Connacht, Grace O'Malley, "Granuaile" of the ballads.

I had never believed in the doctrine of reincarnation until I met in the city, the veritable Judas Iscariot, ready and anxious to sell anybody and everything for thirty pieces of silver, nickel, copper, or any old thing he could pick up.

But his whole purpose in living, he told me, was to yield himself to certain meditations, so that in his final reincarnation, which was only a few centuries off, he would return to the real thing in Buddha.

The mournful little prince has gone on his way to lonely, isolated Sikkam to take up his task of endless reincarnation.

There has been an expansion of the field, and some rearrangement within it; but the evolution of human ideals has been, in our civilization, the growth of one spirit out of its dead selves carrying on into each reincarnation the true life that was in the form it leaves, and which is immortal.

At times it was like gazing into a human soul, to look into his eyes; and what I saw there frightened me and started all sorts of ideas in my own mind of reincarnation and all the rest.

ร‡IVA, or SIVA, the third member of the Hindu Trinity, the destroyer of what Vishnu is the preserver and Brahma is the creator, is properly Brahma undoing what he has made with a view to reincarnation.

IMMORTALITY, the doctrine of the continued existence of the soul of each individual after death, a doctrine the belief of which is, in one form or another, common to most religious systems; even to those which contemplate absorption in the Deity as the final goal of existence, as is evident from the prevalence in them of the doctrine of transmigration or reincarnation.

TRANSMIGRATION, the doctrine prevalent in the East, that the soul is immortal, and that when it leaves the body at death it passes into another, a transition which in certain systems goes under the name of reincarnation.

One might well prophesy that such a spirit will reappear in a later reincarnation as ruler of the universe! November 4, 1810.

But the truth is that Beddoes was not a 'creeper into worm-holes,' he was not even a 'reviver'; he was a reincarnation.