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- adj. Of, pertaining to, or undergoing transmigration, as a soul from one body to another.
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or undergoing transmigration, as between places.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Passing from one body or state to another.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Passing from one place, body, or state to another.
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How do we explain that, if we're not transmigratory?
What you are saying is that the Mexican officials on exit of Mexico will notice that your FMT is only 3 days old (btw, that's really pushing it, the best we've made it from Texas to Chetumal is 4 days driving 12 hours a day but we were in a 27 'rv and don't go as fast as a car would) and charge you a fee as transmigratory?
I have heard that it is easier/better to travel through Belize to Mexico as a tourist, rather than transmigratory, but someone just told me that if we arrive at the Belize border in only 3 days or so, we will be charged the transmigratory fee.
Plato believed in an eternal transmigratory soul that moves from body to body through birth, death and rebirth--an eastern import.
Cebu is a town with a past, like the Ibsen woman; it also has a future; but at present it is in the transmigratory period between the two, and is in consequence odious.
To the Brahmin, the lower animal kingdom is a vast masquerade of transmigratory souls.
I said it was a dangerous error not to admit there were bad people; he, that it was only a confession of blindness on our part, and that we probably called others bad only so far as we were wrapped in ourselves and lacking in the transmigratory forces of imagination.
Thus he who desires the world of the fathers, '&c., really declares that the knowledge of Brahman as possessing the power of immediately realising its wishes has for its fruit something lying within the sphere of transmigratory existence, and from this we infer that for him who is desirous of release and of reaching Brahman the object of meditation is not to be found in Brahman in so far as possessing qualities.
The word 'thou' again denotes the individual soul as distinguished by its implication in the course of transmigratory existence, and the proper sense of this term also would have to be abandoned if it were meant to suggest a substance devoid of all distinctions.
What that sâstra aims at is to destroy completely that wrong knowledge which is the root of all pain, for man, liable to birth, old age, and death, and all the numberless other evils connected with transmigratory existence -- evils that spring from the view, due to beginningless Nescience, that there is plurality of existence; and to that end the sâstra endeavours to establish the knowledge of the unity of the Self.