Eclipsing: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases

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Icon Group International, Incorporated, Nov 26, 2008 - 59 pages
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Familiar Quotations CognitionsAlthough there is a great deal of controversy among scientists about the effects of ingested food on the brain, no one denies that you can change your cognition and mood by what you eat.ndash;Arthur WinterMusic is a readily available, highly effective tool that you use to improve both your cognitive and physical abilities.ndash;Arthur Winter Use in Literature CognitionsBut what of the third? What of the will, of which Ahamkara is the representative in cognition? That certainly has its road, but it can scarcely be said to be a 'method'.ndash;Annie Besant in An Introduction to Yoga.Cognition has appeared in it. Activity, force, has appeared in it.ndash;Annie Besant in An Introduction to Yoga.He takes to himself rhythmic combinations, and shows his quality of cognition.ndash;Annie Besant in An Introduction to Yoga.He appropriates an atom of the Buddhic plane, and reflects in that his aspect of cognition, and that becomes buddhi.ndash;Annie Besant in An Introduction to Yoga.Now Yoga is not immediately concerned with all these three, but only with one, cognition, the Samkhyan subject.ndash;Annie Besant in An Introduction to Yoga.One characteristic is awareness; it will become cognition.ndash;Annie Besant in An Introduction to Yoga.Take cognition. Though in cognition that aspect of the Self is predominant, yet it cannot exist absolutely alone, The whole Self is there in every act of cognition.ndash;Annie Besant in An Introduction to Yoga.When cognition similarly reflects itself in will, then it becomes Ahamkara, the 'I am I' in man, represented by Mahadeva in the universe.ndash;Annie Besant in An Introduction to Yoga.Where there is cognition the other two are present, though subordinate to it.ndash;Annie Besant in An Introduction to Yoga.

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