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Definition of reenkarnasyon in Turkish English dictionary

  1. reincarnation
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Definition of reenkarnasyon in English English dictionary

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  1. The rebirth of a soul into another human form, over and over again This belief is a tenant of many religions, including Hinduism and Buddhism : reincarnation
  2. a belief found in pantheism that the soul goes through a continuing and perhaps eternal cycle of birth, death, and rebirth : reincarnation
  3. The cycle of death and rebirth, mainly in modern times from Eastern philosophies perhaps paleo-pagans believed in reincarnation : reincarnation
  4. (also pre-existence) - 1 rebirth of the soul in another body, as in Hindu religious belief 2 the doctrine that the soul reappears after death in another and different bodily form : reincarnation
  5. when a spirit is born into a different body in a different time : reincarnation
  6. the doctrine that your soul came from a previous form of existence and that when you die you will be reborn into another life : reincarnation
  8. The successive attachment of the soul to some animate form according to merits earned in previous lives (p 177) : reincarnation
  9. The belief in rebirth; in other words, that a person has lived before : reincarnation
  10. A belief which claims that individuals are reborn a number of times as part of the soul's evolution A number of NDE survivors adhere to this belief following their experiences : reincarnation
  11. the doctrine that the Soul lives more than one life In each life, the Soul animates a new physical body, constructs a new personality, and works out different karmic issues The records of your former incarnations in this cycle of time can be viewed in the Akashic Ether of the Abstract Mind Plane : reincarnation
  12. The process which allows God, through an agent (ourselves) to bring Itself down to Its polar opposite -- matter -- in order to bring that matter back into Itself, totally imbued with the nature of God The Law of Karma draws us back into incarnation until gradually, through the evolutionary process, we reveal more truly our innate divinity : reincarnation
  13. A reincarnation is a person or animal whose body is believed to contain the spirit of a dead person. or transmigration of souls or metempsychosis Doctrine of the rebirth of the soul in one or more successive existences, which may be human, animal, or vegetable. Belief in reincarnation is characteristic of Asian religions, especially Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, and Sikhism. All hold to the doctrine of karma, the belief that actions in this life will have their effect in the next. In Hinduism, a person may be freed from the cycle of birth and rebirth only by reaching a state of enlightenment. Likewise in Buddhism, discipline and meditation may enable a seeker to reach nirvana and escape the wheel of birth and rebirth. Manichaeism and Gnosticism accepted the concept of reincarnation, as do such modern spiritual movements as Theosophy : reincarnation
  14. If you believe in reincarnation, you believe that you will be reincarnated after you die. Many African tribes believe in reincarnation : reincarnation
  15. Refers to the cyclical evolution of a person's soul as it repeatedly passes from one body to another at death This process continues until the soul reaches a state of perfection : reincarnation
  16. n Most, but not all, Witches believe in some kind of reincarnation or rebirth -- either in the sense that we all get recycled because everything comes from the Earth and our bodies go back into the Earth when we die, or in the sense that our individual identity, our spirit, becomes connected to a new person or life-form : reincarnation
  17. means to 'come back into flesh' - (from Latin, carne flesh) Transmitted information from the Higher Sources (including Silver Birch, White Eagle) consistently stated that those humans who have to return to earth for another lifetime do not come back as anything else but human There is no crossing over of species There is no objective evidence of humans returning as anything else : reincarnation
  18. The belief that after death, we are reborn and live another life as a human This cycle repeats itself many times This belief is similar to the concept of transmigration of the soul in Hinduism See New Age See Karma See Resurrection : reincarnation
  19. The rebirth of the soul into other physical forms from one life (reincarnation) to the next The new physical form can be animal or human : reincarnation
  20. rebirth of souls in new bodies, regeneration of souls, re-embodiment isim : reincarnation
Turkish - Turkish

Definition of reenkarnasyon in Turkish Turkish dictionary

  1. Ruhun ölümünden sonra insan ya da hayvanda yeniden doğması
  2. Dinsel ve felsefi düşüncede, ruhun ölümünden sonra insan, hayvan ya da bitki biçiminde yeniden doğması
  3. Ruh göçü, tenasuh
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