reincarnation


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reincarnation

(rē-ĭn-kăr-nā′shŭn) [″ + incarnation]
1. The belief held by members of some religious groups that a person returns in physical or spiritual form to live again after death.
2. A renewal of interest in an old or previously discarded idea.
3. A psychological or spiritual reawakening of someone who had previously been engaged in a wholly different set of activities or interests.
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For me, the story is less about reincarnation than about Tenzin and his amazing story of maturation.
According to the Chinese government, the Tibetan leader's reincarnation must be chosen by drawing lots from a gold urn given to Tibetans by the ethnic Manchu emperors of the Qing dynasty.
We are providing security to the boy who might be a reincarnation,'' Poudel said.
After the second highest-ranking Tibetan Buddhist leader, the Panchen Lama, died in 1989, the Chinese government negated the reincarnation recognized by the Dalai Lama and installed its own choice.
This is just a reincarnation of the All England Racing Club material, this time with what looks to be an accommodation address in Manchester.
In the late 1980s, Ian asked me if I would be willing to conduct an independent investigation of cases of the reincarnation type, which I gladly accepted.
Author John Cord does not shy from such thorny topics as homosexuality, abortion, and reincarnation.
SHERRIE LEA LAIRD'S claims that she is the reincarnation of Marylin Monroe are utter nonsense.
Shot in Cyprus, where the artist regularly made films of her aging father, Reincarnation evinced a less overtly performative, more meditatively metaphoric, pathos, even though its celluloid, too, bore superimposed scribbled phrases, including I LOVE YOU, I LOVE YOU INSIDE OF ME.
The marketing wheels are already turning, hailing the Brunswick's reincarnation as a new high street for Bloomsbury.
And, as an atheist who has trouble with notions of the divine, and as a rationalist who can't accept reincarnation, I wondered how much I would find of interest in such an interview anyway.
Her research for the book took her from India, where claims of reincarnation are routine, to the halls of Cambridge University and its odd collection of papers on ectoplasm and seances, to the University of Arizona, where scientists are checking the stories of mediums who claim to contact spirits.