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The body is defined as the field of yogic activity. The components of the adamantine body are described. 22-24. The Concealed Essences are listed. 25-31. The Concealed Essences in the four-fold divisions of the Joys, the Moments etc: are enumerated. 32. The Candali practice is described. CHAPTER 2 Mantras. 1-34. The mantras for offerings to the demi-gods, the seed-syllables of the Buddhas, the principal mantras of the deities, the mantra for empowering the Body, Speech and Mind, the mantra for purifying the site and the mantras for the various activities are listed.
These meetings were held at night, in lonely gathering places such as Pithas or other assembly grounds near appropriate temple sites. The feasts were Introduction xxxix offered at the time of consecration and on appropriate dates in the lunar calendar. At these gatherings the Songs and the Dances were also offered. The Songs and the Dances will be described shortly. Regarding the Secret Sign Language it is said by the commentator that according to the convention of the yogims, the secret hand sign language is the accepted mode of communication when meeting the yogims.
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A Genealogist's Guide to Eastern European Names: A Reference for First Names from Bulgaria, Czech Republic/ Slovak Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, and Ukraine by Connie Ellefson