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dharma: (n) Sanskrit word for duty; also refers to one's path or purpose in life
equanimity: (n) mental calm or composure, especially in a stressful situation
guna: (n) one of the three qualities of the natural world
karma: (n) Sanskrit word for action, or the sum of a person's actions
karma yoga: (n) Sanskrit term for the "yoga of selfless action"; first type of yoga
myriad: (adj) incredibly large or countless
nonattachment: (n) no reaction to the negative or positive outcomes of an action
rajas: (n) one of the three gunas; represents passion and ego
renunciation: (n) act of giving up or rejecting something
sannyasa: (n) Sanskrit word for renunciation; not regarding the fruits of action
sattva: (n) one of the three gunas; represents virtue and goodness
tamas: (n) one of the three gunas; represents inaction, lethargy, and ignorance
unmanifest: (n) conceptualization of the divine without form
Vishnu: (n) Hindu god, incarnated as Krishna, who is known as the sustainer
vyasa: (n) Sanskrit word meaning "compiler"
yajna: (n) Sanskrit word for sacrifice
yoga: (n) Hindu practice of meditation and mental discipline