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Word for Word Index

apahṛta-cetasām
bewildered in mind — Bg. 2.44
cetasām api
who have decided to accept the bliss of transcendental subjects as the aim and object of life — ŚB 10.13.2
aprati-buddha-cetasām
of those whose minds are not sufficiently developed — ŚB 1.15.36
yata-cetasām
who have full control over the mind — Bg. 5.26
uddāma-cetasām
who are determined — ŚB 3.23.42
cetasām
of those whose minds — Bg. 12.5
of those whose minds. — Bg. 12.6-7
of those whose hearts are absorbed in that way — ŚB 1.10.20
of that mental situation — ŚB 1.15.22-23
of those of whom the minds — ŚB 3.4.2
of the functions of the mind, such as determination and mental effort — ŚB 5.18.18
or by consciousness — ŚB 8.3.10
whose minds — ŚB 10.15.26, ŚB 10.89.14-17
whose hearts. — ŚB 10.39.28, ŚB 12.3.7
for those whose minds — ŚB 10.86.47
and of the material mind. — ŚB 11.13.28
of the mind — ŚB 11.18.17
on the part of the conscious faculties of intelligence and the senses — ŚB 11.25.17
their minds — ŚB 11.30.13
tat-gata-cetasām
being attracted by him. — ŚB 9.6.44
kṛṣṇa-cetasām
whose minds were totally absorbed in thought of Lord Kṛṣṇa. — ŚB 11.1.8
tarṣa-cetasām
bewildered in heart and soul by the illusory energy of Viṣṇu — ŚB 8.8.38
dīna-cetasām
who are very simple-minded, being engaged in family maintenance and nothing more — ŚB 10.8.4
low-minded — CC Madhya 8.40
kṛta-cetasām
of saintly persons — CC Madhya 15.110
prasanna-ujjvala-cetasām
whose hearts are satisfied and clean — CC Madhya 23.95-98