انبثاق, فيض, نتيجة, ضوع, نظرية الصدور
Noun(1) something that is emitted or radiated (as a gas or an odor or a light, etc.(2) the act of emitting; causing to flow forth(3) (theology
(1) As we know, this emanation of virtue would in time cause Robespierre and his followers to lose their heads under the severe and inflexible blade of the guillotine.(2) the risk of radon gas emanation(3) The unique symbol for the comprehensive oneness that holds together this entire process of emanation or divinization is the concept of Sophia.(4) They decided that the mysterious emanation must consist of gamma rays, the third form of radiation produced by radioactive decay.(5) In the process of emanation there is gradual loss; for every effect is slightly inferior to its cause.(6) They trace their ancestry to the copulation of an ape, an emanation of Avalokiteshvara, and an ogress, an emanation of the goddess Tara, whose progeny gave birth to the Tibetan people in the Yarlung valley.(7) Indeed, when the lines are uttered by Rennie Hurley under that almond tree, it's almost as though we are meant to understand that they are an emanation of the surrounding landscape.(8) He despised Hitler and Nazism as an emanation of ├ö├ç├┐mass man├ö├ç├û and he believed the defeat of the Nazis would also bring an end to the power of the masses too.(9) Or put in Quabbalistic terms, everything that exists in Malkuth is an emanation of the The Divine and therefore contains a part of it.(10) Remember, this emanation of collective intelligence is not just a couple of months old.(11) Sophia, divine wisdom, was the emanation of the that, by her very nature, desired to truly comprehend her Father, the unknowable One, the so-called Alien God.(12) If the Ghost becomes a private emanation resulting from Hamlet's binge - drinking, it undercuts the play's debate about the ethics of revenge.(13) He may identify with it utterly, as though the authority and respect appropriate to his structural symbolic position is a direct emanation of his self.(14) It doesn't appeal to me as inherently worthy (or unworthy for that matter), but for him it appears (to me anyway) as an emanation of idealism and good health.(15) The earliest account of Nechung can be traced back to his relationship with the great Indian Spiritual King Kunchog Bhang, who was an emanation of Arya Avalokiteshvara.(16) Many Americans now expect their job to feel as if it were an emanation of their own desires and on their own time.
(1) emanation :: انبثاق
1. product ::
2. discharge ::
3. emission ::
4. rise ::
Different Formsemanation, emanations
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