Manas, (Sanskrit, "mind") in Sanskrit means literature, mind, the coordinating organ of intelligence, thought, understanding, perception, and will. In Vedic times manas meant the individual spirit and the basis of speech (vac).
"Manas has been defined as mind, or that faculty of logical deduction and reasoning, and of rational activity that distinguishes man from the animals.
Manas ― Higher mind.
Mantram ― Formula or arrangement of words or syllables which, when correctly sounded, invokes energy.
Manas (Sans.) Lit., the "Mind." The mental faculty which makes of a man an intelligent and moral being, and distinguishes him from the mere animal; a synonym of Mahat.
Manas The mind, the mental faculty, that which distinguishes the human from mere animal. The individualising principle; that which enables the individual to know that he or she exists, feels and knows.
MANAS IN ACTIVITY
We have already seen that the fifth principle is dual in its aspect during each period of earth-life, and that the lower Manas united to Kāma, spoken of conveniently as Kāma-Manas, ...
After the detail of the Astral plane, it is disappointing that (at least in the surviving notes) Blavatsky neglects to describe the other five "Terrestrial" planes.
Manas - a Sanskrit term for a higher or abstract mind - the principle of creative intelligence. "Manas" is the root of the word "man" (not in a gender exclusive sense) and means the entity which thinks.
Manas, the derivation or product in a reflected form of Ahankara, "the conception of I," or Ego-ship. It is, therefore, when inseparably united to the first two, called the Spiritual Ego, and Taijasi (the radiant).
Brahmanas at once become like those who have conquered their passions, and lower castes become equal to Brihmanas: therefore let all worship those initiate in the Brahma-Mantra, and thus possessed of Divine knowledge (151).
Mektimanas (Mektimanįs): Angel (or demon) of 10th hour of Monday: MTS
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MELAKIM, Kings: K ...
He visited Western Tibet and joined pilgrimages to Mt Kailas and Lake Manasarovar. "Those places", he wrote, "deserve to be sacred, if for nothing else, for the natural beauty God lavished on them in the luckiest days of His creation" (72).
If people's desire bodies (lower manas and emotional bodies) can be manipulated cleverly and easily into buying an idea or product that in most cases they don't really need, ...
See also: World, Spirit, Ritual, Spiritual, Light