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Turiya or Turya: The fourth state of consciousness beyond the states of waking, dreaming and deep sleep and stringing together all the states ; the Metaphysical Consciousness distinct from the psychological or empirical self ; the Saksi or witnessing consciousness ; the transcendental Self.
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" Turiya ", according to the liner notes, " was defined by Alice as ' a state of consciousness — the high state of Nirvana, the goal of human life ", while " Ramakrishna " is named after the 19th-century Bengali religious figure ; this track omits the horns.
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* Turiya Hanover ( born Wibke van Gunsteren ), Australian spiritualist and wife of Prince Welf Ernst of Hanover.
fourth and state
In the third column is given the optimal policy for stage R, and in the fourth, the resulting state of the stream when this policy is used.
He was, as a consequence, one of the first scientists to investigate what are now called plasmas and identified it as the fourth state of matter in 1879.
He believed that he had discovered a fourth state of matter, which he called " radiant matter ", but his theoretical views on the nature of " radiant matter " proved to be mistaken.
While David was in this state his fourth son Adonijah, heir apparent to the throne after the death of his elder brothers Amnon and Absalom, acted to have himself declared king, But Bathsheba, a wife of David and Solomon's mother, along with the prophet Nathan convinced David to proclaim Solomon king.
Toledo is the fourth most populous city in the U. S. state of Ohio and is the county seat of Lucas County.
The blue curve is the state at time, i. e. after a time that corresponds to the time a wave that is moving with the nominal wave velocity would need for one fourth of the length of the string.
A fourth, a high-speed version of Al Dubin and Joe Burke's " Dancing With Tears In My Eyes ", was indirectly attributed to Exene Cervenka's mournful state of mind years later.
* January 2 – Georgia ratifies the United States Constitution and becomes the fourth U. S. state under the new government.
The intermolecular forces created by ionic attractions and repulsions give these compositions distinct properties, for which reason plasma is described as a fourth state of matter.
Some Catholic scholars state that " vocabulary, grammar, and style make it doubtful that the book could have been put into its present form by the same person ( s ) responsible for the fourth gospel ".
In 1964, the town hosted the fourth Hessentag state festival, it is designated for the 53rd in 2013.
The fourth state reform, which took place in 1993 under Prime Minister Jean-Luc Dehaene, consolidated the previous state reforms and turned Belgium into a fully-fledged federal state.
During the fourth state reform, the responsibilities of the Communities and the Regions were expanded again, their resources were increased and they were given more fiscal responsibilities.
Some English editions state that Astérix's village of indomitable Gauls is the " fourth part " of Gaul, not yet having been conquered by Caesar.
The state's per-capita gross state domestic product ( nominal GDP ) is the fourth lowest in the country ( 2010 – 11 ).
Named after King George II of Great Britain, Georgia was the fourth state to ratify the United States Constitution, on January 2, 1788.
Georgia is the most extensive state east of the Mississippi River in terms of land area, although it is the fourth most extensive ( after Michigan, Florida, and Wisconsin ) in total area, a term which includes expanses of water which are part of state territory.
fourth and consciousness
In 1994, the fourth edition of the DSM replaced the criteria again and changed the name of the condition from " multiple personality disorder " to the current " dissociative identity disorder " to emphasize the importance of changes to consciousness and identity rather than personality.
In the UK, research projects are classified as mild, moderate, and substantial in terms of the suffering the researchers conducting the study say they may cause ; a fourth category of " unclassified " means the animal was anesthetized and killed without recovering consciousness, according to the researchers.
Experimental evidence of the existence of a fourth state of unified, transcendental consciousness, which lies in the yoga-nidra state at the transition between sensory and sleep consciousness, was first recorded at the Menninger Foundation in Kansas, USA in 1971.
The third or fourth lowest State is the Mental or Intellectual, which again corresponds to a very high, spiritual level of consciousness.
According to the Byzantine emperor and historian John Kantakouzenos the emperor was mortally wounded in the battle and soon died while another Byzantine historian suggests that Michael Shishman lived for three more days not able to gain consciousness and died on the fourth day.
But there is a fourth, transcendent state, which is " neither inward-turned nor outward-turned consciousness, nor the two together ; not an indifferentiated mass of consciousness ; neither knowing, nor unknowing ; invisible, ineffable, intangible, devoid of characteristics, inconceivable, indefinable, its sole essence being the consciousness of its own Self ; the coming to rest of all relative existence ; utterly quiet ; peaceful ; blissful: without a second: this is the Ātman, the Self ; this is to be realised.
In the fourth state of consciousness – turiya – the mind is not simply withdrawn from the objects but becomes one with Brahman.
Vai recorded it on the fourth day of a 10 day fast because " I do try to push myself into relatively altered states of consciousness.
fourth and beyond
As early as the fourth century, his orthodoxy was suspect, largely because he believed in the pre-existence and transmigration of souls, and apokatastasis, or universal reconciliation, ideas acknowledged to be beyond the pale of Christianity.
The instability of her family life affected her education and her level of schooling never really progressed beyond the fourth grade.
For example in a casino with a three-raise rule, if one player opens the betting for $ 5, the next raises by $ 5 making it $ 10, a third player raises another $ 5, and a fourth player raises $ 5 again making the current bet $ 20, the betting is said to be capped at that point, and no further raises beyond the $ 20 level will be allowed on that round.
He not only wrote for drums tuned to intervals other than a fourth or fifth, but he gave a prominence to the instrument as an independent voice beyond programmatic use ( as in Bach's " Tönet, ihr Pauken !").
Coming to Wimbledon in 1996, Krajicek had never previously progressed beyond the fourth round, and had lost in the first round in the two previous years.
Although processing power and storage capacities have grown beyond all recognition since the 1970s, the underlying technology of large-scale integration ( LSI ) or very-large-scale integration ( VLSI ) microchips has remained basically the same, so it is widely regarded that most of today's computers still belong to the fourth generation.
Another important influence on Malevich were the ideas of the Russian mystic-mathematician, philosopher, and disciple of Georges Gurdjieff ; P. D. Ouspensky who wrote of " a fourth dimension or a Fourth Way beyond the three to which our ordinary senses have access ".
Unfortunately a fourth M, cost on the order of a megapenny ( US $ 10, 000 ), made the computers beyond the reach of students ' budgets.
Katz therefore extended the reach of the fourth amendment beyond just physical intrusions ; it would also protect against the seizure of incorporeal words.
While not universally used, a fourth level often represents an escalation point beyond the organization.
2008 and beyond – The Sidewinders have a win-loss record of 60 – 82 for their final season in Tucson, finishing in fourth ( last ) place in Pacific South division of the PCL.
Most regions broadcast episodes at 7: 45pm on Saturday evenings, later in a similar Friday evening slot ; Some regions gave it a slot on a different day ( southern region TVS, for example, typically ran it on Tuesday evenings ), and not all regions broadcast the entire series, with some areas not progressing beyond the third or fourth seasons.
A fourth line, a north central line running from downtown to Thorncliffe mostly along Centre Street was also envisioned, but was thought to be beyond the scope of the study.
However, the league saw the addition of four new franchises with the fourth new addition expanding the league beyond six franchises.
By the beginning of the second season, the writers had begun to expand the scope of the show beyond Corky, and in the third and fourth seasons the show's focus centered on Becca and a new character named Jesse ( played by Chad Lowe ).
But there are distinct rules for a fight to be decided on a technical decision as well, because fights must go beyond the fourth round for any fighter to be declared a winner by technical decision.
Since the maximum number of copies of a card in a deck is usually 4 ( the major exceptions being basic lands and ), any duplicates of a card beyond the fourth are unnecessary for deck building and can be traded off.
The fourth objective ( red line ) was beyond the range of most of the Fifth Army's field artillery, so all heavy artillery was to be on call to put a defensive barrage beyond advanced posts along it.
We could-although Marx does not discuss this in detail ( beyond referring to international productivity differentials in the world economy )-also include a fourth case, namely superprofits arising from structural unequal exchange in the world economy.