TEJAS. “The pure essence of the fire element; the superfine essence of pitta dosha, which governs the transformation of matter into energy and of food, water, and air into consciousness.” Fair Use Source: B00735H9FY
See also Bodhisattva, Living being
SATTVA. “One of the three gunas of Prakruti, sattva denotes light, clarity, purity of perception; it is the essence of pure awareness.” Fair Use Source: B00735H9FY
See also Dosha.
VIKRUTI. “The current state of the individual, as opposed to the original constitution (prakruti) at conception. It may also denote disorder.” Fair Use Source: B00735H9FY
DOSHA. The three main psycho-physiological functional principles of the body (vata, pitta, and kapha). They determine each individual’s constitution and maintain the integrity of the human body. The doshas govern the individual’s response to changes. When disturbed, they can initiate the disease process.” Fair Use Source: B00735H9FY
See also Pitta.
“The biological fire that provides energy for the body to function. Agni regulates body heat and aids digestion, absorption, and assimilation of food. It transforms food into energy or consciousness.” Fair Use Source: B00735H9FY
PITTA. “One of the three doshas; it corresponds to the elements of fire and water. Sometimes referred to as the fire or bile principle, pitta governs digestion, absorption, assimilation, metabolism, and body temperature. In balance, pitta promotes understanding and intelligence; out of balance pitta arouses anger, hatred, jealousy.” Fair Use Source: B00735H9FY