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Just as the leaf-cutting ant needs all the right conditions for its instinct to function, the seed of our Buddha Nature needs to rest and surrender into the self-illuminating, self-knowing, immutable nondual nature of ontic reality in order to flourish.
In Kashmir Shaivism, Prakasha is seen as Prakasha -vimarshamaya giving rise to self-knowing which is both immanent and transcendent and is seen as the source of all manifestations--its arising, maintenance and cessation.
RESUMEN: En la parte I de Self-Knowing Agents, Lucy O'Brien expone una teoria de la referencia de primera persona.
At the grand age of 82, legendary Swedish actor Max von Sydow earns his second Oscar nomination, this time for best supporting actor as a character who calls himself 'The Renter', a self-knowing senior citizen who can have a much more profound influence on the younger generation by what they don't say about the past.
In fact the best thing about The Muppets is how slyly self-knowing it is, with the characters mentioning the budget and how they have to have a montage.
In fact, the best thing about The Muppets is how slyly self-knowing it is, with the characters mentioning the budget and how they have to have a montage.
We can add some more adjectives to our list: Honest, Self-knowing, Accountable.
With a self-knowing wink and a smirk, Bergman provocatively discloses enough interesting facts about hir intimate life to let the reader know that there is, indeed, quite a life, as a "a homesteader on the landscape of gender." Bergman has not undergone gender-reassignment surgery and states "I retain all of my original equipment in unmodified format."
While other critics have noticed the multiplicity of stories or examined the problem of the obstacle that oubli poses to self-knowing or to ethnic identity, they have not differentiated between the gendered approaches to this problem.
He's a deeply ambiguous mass of swirling contradictions--confused but self-knowing, seductive but standoffish, vulnerable but heavily armored, open to love but ambivalent.
He delivers songs with a sense of self-knowing sarcasm unique in the raft of imitators Franz Ferdinand's popularity gave rise to.