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- n. Plural form of rishi.
“The rishis, who became the world's first yogis, purposely left society to meditate in the forests, turning their backs on the mundanity and suffering of the world.”
“Our ancient ones (rishis) taught us, at the inner core, the human life is Sat-Chit-Anand (Truth-Consciousness-Bliss) and each and every activity in life is meant to lead the individual to that One goal of existential realization.”
“Celebratory events developed by our realized ancestors (rishis) are in synch with the cycle of nature (rita) and aimed at developing and nurturing relationships with family, friends and neighbors.”
“Murtis were envisioned and created, by our rishis ancient ones in deep meditation, to help humans focus their minds on something tangible.”
“The Buddha offered his answer, which is a variant on an even more ancient answer from the seers or rishis of Vedic India: transcend the personal mind and find universal mind.”
“The seers or rishis of ancient India detected these values through actual experience.”
“Now Shaunakji and other rishis want to know how this vrita spread in the world.”
“Sutha Puraanikji was the narrator of these stories, in Neimishaaranya to the rishis lead by Shounakji who were performing a 1000 year yajna for the benefit of mankind.”
“It was a forest famous for its towering banyan trees, hundreds of feet tall, and the many ashrams of forest-dwelling yogis and rishis, as well as evil rakshasas who would hide in the dark caves.”
“They also embody the protection of family and tradition, care for elders, honor of wise rishis and sages, love of all citizens including all other beings and all life and, finally, sacred love between committed partners.”
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