Latin, Ancient Greek and Sanskrit Triplets

  • h₁éḱwos → equusἵππος (híppos), अश्व (ashva) = horse
  • h₂ŕ̥tḱos → ursusἄρκτος (árktos), ऋक्ष (rksha) = bear
  • h₁rudʰrós → ruberἐρῠθρός (eruthrós),  रुधिर (rudhira) = red
  • ǵʰelh₃- → helvusχλωρός (khlōrós), हरि (hari) = yellow, green
  • gʷʰer- → formusθερμός (thermós), घर्म (gharma) = warm
  • ǵʰeym- → hiemsχεῖμα (kheîma), हिम (hima) = cold, winter
  • snígʷʰs → nix, νίφω (níphō), स्नेह (sneha) = snow
  • mḗh₁n̥s → mensisμήν (mēn), मास (māsa) = month
  • néwos → novusνέος (néos), नव (nava) = new
  • pl̥h₁nós → plēnusπλέως (pléōs), पूर्ण (pūrna) = full
  • lewk-  → lūxλευκός (leukós), रोक (roka) = light
  • h₁ésh₂r̥ → assyr (Old Latin), έαρ (éar), असृज् (asrj) = blood
  • wódr̥ → undaὕδωρ (húdōr), उदन् (udan) = water, wave
  • gʷeyh₃- → vita, ζῷον (zôion),  जीव (jiva) = alive
  • mr̥tós → mortuusβροτός (brotos), मृत (mrta) = dead, mortal
  • dyew- → diēsΖεύς (zeús), दिन (dina) = day, Zeus
  • nókʷts → noxνύξ (núx), नक्त (nakta) = night

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PDFS OF GRAMMAR BOOKS FOR THE FOLLOWING LANGUAGES:

  • Hindi-Urdu
  • Gujarati
  • Sanskrit
  • Panjabi 
  • Nepali
  • Sinhala
  • Tamil

you’re probably like psh what’s the big deal BUT THE COLLOQUIAL SERIES AND THE TEACH YOURSELF SERIES FOR HINDI, URDU, GUJARATI, PANJABI AND TAMIL ARE ALL ON HERE. DO YOU REALIZE HOW HARD IT IS TO FIND THE COLLOQUIAL SERIES SOMETIMES? ALSO SANSKRIT RESOURCES???

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Karma brings each of us opportunities we cannot control. Nor can we control whether they are bad or good. All we can do, is try to make the best of the negative situations we are in, but often this isn’t enough. So we try in so many different ways and shapes and forms even different lengths…
And sometimes, due to lack of mindfulness and/or karma, those choices aren’t always the best ones either.


However, sometimes the choices you make, brings you to luck. So much good lucky that, you can get out of your sticky situation completely.


And I was lucky to get out of my situation, completely, with the help of the sacred world. Yet at the same time, I didn’t. It haunts me everyday as it’s a work in progress… (Part one; reaching ahimsa)


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✨🕯 Grimoire 🕯✨

I’ve compiled a list of all the different pages I’ve posted so far from my grimoire. I’ll be updating this list frequently as I continue to post new content, thanks for all your love and support!

> The Color Correspondence Page

> The Planetary Correspondence Page

> The Tarot Reading Page

> The Moon Phases Page

> The Chakras Page

> The Kitchen Witchcraft Page

The Sanskrit term ‘karma’ literally means action, deed, or work, but it also connotes the object or intention of an action. Attachment to karma means clinging to or even identifying with the consequences of our actions, both physical and mental, so that the action does not stand on its own, thereby gathering together not only the doer and the action, but also other beings that are affected by the action. Only when karma is simply allowed to be, which is possible only from the standpoint of non-ego, is the Buddha Dharma, which permeates and interrelates all existence, fully manifest.
—  Shudo Brian Schroeder, “Practice-Realization: Dogen Zen and Original Awakening”, an essay a part of Engaging Dogen’s Zen, edited Tetsuzen Jason M. Wirth, Shudo Brian Schroeder, and Kanpu Bret W. Davis

“In Sanskrit, kundalini means “life energy.” Known as the serpent energy in Hinduism, the first culture known to have labeled this mysterious force, kundalini is the natural divine energy inside of you. Your kundalini is the life force of your body that, when fully activated, leads to living as an enlightened sage.”

~ Cyndi Dale; Kundalini - Divine Energy Divine Life