- adj. linguistics Related or belonging to a certain family of abugidas used to write many languages of South and Southeast Asia, descended from the Brāhmī script.
- Brāhmī + -ic (Wiktionary)
“Indigo in the spectrum, eternal in reality, the level of Brahmic or Christ Consciousness.”
“Into his brain streamed one momentary lightning flash of the Brahmic Splendor which ever since lightened his life.”
“Upon his heart fell one drop of the Brahmic Bliss, leaving thenceforward for always an aftertaste of Heaven.”
“This Brahmic fire has a tendency to move upwards and hence it is called”
“By this act, the fires came out of his own Brahmic frame.”
“Rishis blazing with Brahmic lustre, standing on both sides of the road,”
“Thereupon, that mass of Brahmic merit, mangled with that arrowy downpour, began to bleed copiously, and continuously.”
“There in those births he obtaineth contact with that Brahmic knowledge which was his in his former life; and from that point he striveth again, O descendant of Kuru, towards perfection.”
“This condition of awakening, is variously named among Oriental sages and chelas, such for instance as glimpsing the _Brahmic splendor; mutki; samadhi; moksha; entering Nirvana_; becoming "_twice-born_.”
“Having thoroughly mastered the principle of desire he casts off his life-breaths and then enters into the Brahmic body.”
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