from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A divinely inspired poet or sage in India, sometimes regarded as a saint.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A Vedic poet and seer who composed Rigvedic hymns, who alone or with others invokes the deities with poetry of a sacred character.
- n. A Hindu sage or saint occupying the same position in India history as the patriarchs of other countries, constituting a peculiar class of beings in the early mythical system, as distinct from Asuras, Devas and mortal men.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Skt. myth., an inspired sage or poet; the author of a Vedic hymn.
Join GimpNET with an IRC client and join #tracker, and then ask the guy who goes by the nickname "rishi".
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NDEs/OOBs, as well as certain rishi meditative and altered states may involve consciousness shifting to a series of smaller/closer - to-the Planck scale, higher frequency and intensity lokas, or astral planes.
When the eternal knower, the rishi, wakes up in anyone, it proclaims,
It gets into that whole when to launch thing, but I would still err on the conservative side than the alpha side. reply rishi
The great (rishi) muse, worthy of offerings, worthy of honor.
Brahmanical rishi with the Sakya house, by means of 1323, 1468,
“Gautama was the sacerdotal name of the Sakya family, which counted the ancient rishi Gautama among its ancestors.”
The Sanskrit name means “the city of humpbacked maidens;” with reference to the legend of the hundred daughters of king Brahma-datta, who were made deformed by the curse of the rishi Maha-vriksha, whose overtures they had refused.
Rishis are divided into various classes; and rishi-ism is spoken of as a seventh part of transrotation, and rishis are referred to as the seventh class of sentient beings.