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# Acceptance of the Vedas with reverence as the highest authority in religious and philosophic matters and acceptance with reverence of Vedas by Hindu thinkers and philosophers as the sole foundation of Hindu philosophy.
The Indonesian islands of Bali, Java, Sulawesi, Sumatra, and Borneo have significant native Hindu populations.
(Hindu ascetic) are often seen meditating in padmasana (lotus pose).
www.mcfly.org /Hinduism   (5493 words)

 Hinduism - Free Encyclopedia of Thelema
Thus, Hindu thought distinguishes itself by strongly encouraging tolerance for (http://web.amnesty.org/library/index/ENGASA200031999) different beliefs since temporal systems cannot claim sole understanding of the one transcendental Truth.
Each of its four sects shares rituals, beliefs, traditions and personal Gods with one another, but each sect has a different philosophy on how to achieve life's ultimate goal (moksa, liberation) and on their views of the Gods.
The left leg is lifted, symbolizing the swift ascent of the consciousness in one step from the Earth to the Heaven.
www.egnu.org /thelema/index.php/Hinduism   (5533 words)

 Lulu.com - Religion & Spirituality
Description: This is an expanded and published edition of the Prayer Booklet that we have been offering as free PDF download on the True Knights Website (http://www.trueknights.org/prayerbook.html).
This edition of the Prayer Booklet has been expanded to provide a powerful arsenal of prayers available for you throughout your day.
It also includes many powerful spiritual warfare prayers, prayers for confession and mass and a special section "Prayers for a Fallen Warrior." The book also includeds valuable information on many Sacramentals and teachings of the Church including the benefits of Fasting and Mortification in battling temptation.
www.lulu.com /browse/index.php?fCLID=1581&fOffset=2   (859 words)

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