"Devotion is a means as well as its true end when it grows into a full treasure. When devotion becomes a treasure, you will need nothing more for inner fullness or affluence. As devotion grows, it will begin to free you of all desire, hatred and fear. It will relieve poverty, either by making you amply resourceful or by taking away from you the very feeling of poverty. Devotion also will remove your weakness, generating untold strength and confidence."

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ahamkāra

sanskrit : अहंकार ; ego

āhāra

sanskrit : आहार ; diet

ajah

sanskrit : अज: ; unborn

ajñāna

sanskrit : अज्ञान ; ignorance

akshauhini

sanskrit : अक्षौहिणी ; An army consisting of 21870 elephants, 21870 chariots, 65610 horse and 109350 foot.

amṛta

sanskrit : अमृत ; nectar which bestows immortality

amṛutatva

sanskrit : अमृतत्व ; immortality or the principle of immortality

amsha

Sanskrit : अंश ; Part.

amūrta

sanskrit : अमूर्त ; Impersonal and subtle.

anna

sanskrit : अन्न ; food

antaḥkaraṇa

sanskrit : अन्त:करण ; inner faculty (mind, hear and intelligence)

anusandhāna

sanskirt : अनुसंधान ; enquiry, constant reflection.

anushtana

sanskrit : अनुष्ठान ; Carrying out, undertaking, doing, performance, religious practice.

āpah

sanskrit: आप: ; water or the water principle

artha

sanskrit : अर्थ ; wealth

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