- Sanskrit बोधि (bodhi) (Wiktionary)
“Moreover, each of the three goals is called bodhi (byang-chub), a purified state.”
“Obviously change to "bodhi" to your log in name, and add additional users if needed, one per line, before you add the last "DROP" line.”
“More problematic is the image of the "bodhi;" in Sanskrit literally "awakening or enlightenment.”
“Each Buddha has his own special kind of bodhi tree.] [Footnote 62: _Record of the Buddhist religion_, Trans.”
“I do believe we're trembling on the brink of emergence from samsara into the pure state of bodhi, right here in the blogosphere.”
“Underneath a bodhi tree he gained enlightenment and release from the cycle of rebirth, becoming the Buddha—literally “the one who is awake”—and devoting himself thereafter to guiding his followers along the path of escape from suffering and rebirth.”
“Her mistress, the lover of books and words, enjoyed the garden the most, sitting on the marble seat, admiring the green-blue-brown scenery with the simulated breeze stirring the bodhi leaves and crab-claw red heliconia.”
“The beads were absolutely stunning, and making the gift all the more special was the unique hand-made bodhi leaf card the beads were packaged in.”
“Twenty-five hundred years ago, a disenchanted prince and seeker of truth sat quietly under a bodhi tree.”
“We met this elderly saint and he gave us bodhi seeds from the tree the Buddha had sat under.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘bodhi’.
these came into effect from 2011
Words that relate to learning, knowing, being enlightened...
Ancient Vedic language of India, Yoga, Buddhism and Hinduism
Though I've been told it's in Merriam-Webster, and it means cow dung.
Looking for tweets for bodhi.