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Word for Word Index

adhvara-ātmakam
worshipable by performances of sacrifice — ŚB 3.13.35
antaḥ-ātmakam
the internal, subtle senses — ŚB 3.26.14
sat-asat-ātmakam
consisting of cause and effect — ŚB 3.26.10
consisting of both gross and subtle objects — ŚB 11.2.22
bhūta-indriya-ātmakam
the original cause of the senses and the living beings — CC Madhya 25.36
brahma-ātmakam
based on the Absolute Truth — ŚB 11.29.18
cit-ātmakam
is moving due to consciousness (the spirit soul) — ŚB 8.3.2
eka-ātmakam
based on one reality — ŚB 11.28.1
as one — CC Antya 8.78
tri-guṇa-ātmakam
conditioned by the three modes of nature, or a product of matter — ŚB 1.7.5
made of three modes of energy (sattva-rajas-tamo-guṇa) — ŚB 10.3.14
guṇa-traya-ātmakam
being an interaction of the three modes of material nature — ŚB 4.3.11
whose body is expanded by the material energy, consisting of three modes (goodness, passion and ignorance) — ŚB 8.20.21
karma-ātmakam
absorbed in material activities — ŚB 5.5.5
mahat-ātmakam
manifest in the mahat-tattva.ŚB 3.26.21
mat-ātmakam
consisting of Myself — ŚB 6.9.53
pervaded by Me — ŚB 11.7.12
who is not different from Me. — ŚB 11.10.5
nārāyaṇa-ātmakam
consisting of the mercy of Nārāyaṇa — ŚB 6.8.1-2
related to Nārāyaṇa — ŚB 6.8.35
as the Supreme Personality, Lord Nārāyaṇa. — ŚB 11.27.42
pañca-tattva-ātmakam
comprehending the five transcendental subject matters — CC Ādi 1.14, CC Ādi 7.6
pañca-ātmakam
five elements — ŚB 4.22.26
puruṣa-ātmakam
related to the Supreme Personality of Godhead. — ŚB 7.15.6
rasa-ātmakam
composed of juice — ŚB 2.5.26-29
rāga-ātmakam
born of desire or lust — Bg. 14.7
sarva-ātmakam
one- hundred-percent — ŚB 1.3.39
the Supersoul of everyone — ŚB 9.6.35-36
the Supreme Soul of everyone — ŚB 10.2.18
satya-ātmakam
everything pertaining to the Lord is truth (sac-cid-ānanda: His body is truth, His knowledge is truth, and His pleasure is truth) — ŚB 10.2.26
saṁvatsara-ātmakam
consisting of one saṁvatsaraŚB 5.20.30
whose nature is a saṁvatsaraŚB 5.21.13
ubhaya-ātmakam
simultaneously dry and moist. — ŚB 8.11.39
vikāra-ātmakam
changing from one type of thinking, feeling and willing to another — ŚB 10.1.42
vismṛta-ātmakam
making one forget even one’s own self. — ŚB 10.14.44
vāyu-ātmakam
represented by the demigod Vāyu — ŚB 5.20.27
yat-ātmakam
consisting of which. — ŚB 3.26.9
founded upon whom — ŚB 10.74.20-21
in what specific form — ŚB 11.14.31
ātmakam
consisting of — Bg. 18.44, ŚB 3.31.42, ŚB 4.17.34, ŚB 11.3.8