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Published: 02.07.2005
Updated: 22.04.2012
Preksa, Prekṣā


Sanskrit: Prekṣā

derived from the root 'iksa', which means 'to see'. When the prefix 'pra' is added, it becomes pra + iksa = preksa, which means to perceive carefully and profoundly what is experienced within to observe within the philosophy of experiencing the self.

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