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MANIFESTATIONS OF PERSONALITY
The Gunas have been classified into three viz.
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someone who lives a rajasic/tamasic lifestyle will have periods of sattva. When sattva is the dominant energy you feel 'awakened,'.
NATURE'S HEALING POWER THROUGH FOOD
This is more of rajasic and tamasic food. Such food only excites and intoxicates the body and the mind.
18. Trigunas and Panchabhutas

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Sathya Sai Baba's Vision of the Ideal Society
They are entangled in the coils of the three "ropes"----the thamasic, the rajasic and the sathwic.1 You have to go beyond the three ropes, the three bonds. You have to be, ever, in the unchanging eternal Truth.
Pranic gift of life
Our prana levels are constantly fluctuating, between the tamasic or slothful, rajasic or active and satvik or equipoise state. The basic objective of prana is to stabilise you in the satvik state.

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Rajas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rajas (Sanskrit रजस्, or rajoguna)) is, in the Samkhya school of Hindu philosophy, one of the three gunas.
The 3 Gunas in Ayurveda
According to the ayurveda, medicines and foods are sattvic, rajasic or tamasic or a combination of these gunas.
Sattvic, Rajasic and Tamasic Food
Nithya Yoga - Add more life to your movements... not just more movements to your life.
Food and Consciousness - Beliefnet.com
The main consideration when categorizing foods as sattvic, rajasic, or tamasic is their effect on the human organism. Do they create heat or dryness in the body?
Rajasic - definition of Rajasic in the Medical dictionary - by the Free
rajas /ra·jas/ (rah-jus´) [Sanskrit] according to ayurveda, one of the three gunas, characterized by activity, stimulation, and movement.

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