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Definition of Nirvanic
1. nirvana [adj] - See also: nirvana
Lexicographical Neighbors of Nirvanic
nirvanic (current term)
Literary usage of Nirvanic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Ancient Wisdom: An Outline of Theosophical Teachings by Annie Wood Besant (1897)
"... VI THE BUDDHIC AND nirvanic PLANES. WE have seen that man is an intelligent self-con scious entity, the Thinker, clad in bodies belonging to the lower ..."
2. The Theosophist by Theosophical Society (Madras, India) (1900)
"There are yet two planes above the nirvanic, " veiling the mystery of the Divine nature" ; but our present evolution is only concerned with the five planes ..."
3. The Creed of Buddha by Edmond Holmes (1908)
"Not a word is said in any of the passages with which the students of Buddhism have made us familiar, which might seem to suggest that the nirvanic state ..."
4. A Dictionary of Some Theosophical Terms by Powis Hoult (1910)
"The great Teachers of nirvanic spheres who guide the spiritual evolution of humanity, conveying the Wisdom from the Supreme to its unfoldment in man. ..."
5. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"... as an intellectual concept, but as a sublime experience, and on the nirvanic plane he has (7) a nirvanic or Atmic body, the body of absolute reality. ..."
6. The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophyby Helena Petrovna Blavatsky by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1895)
"nirvanic, Condition of the seventh principle, i, 309; Dissociation of all ... nirvanic state, Monad and, ii, 196; Negation of, i, 351 ; Purely, i, 215. ..."