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Post by Jay Carter 17.06.21 16:51

I keep hearing about Sorrra and Prana (which I know is blood) but what is Sorrra?
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Post by VedantaBlack 17.06.21 18:32

Prana isn’t blood but energy… “I know” has a heavy weight to it


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Post by Jay Carter 17.06.21 18:48

VedantaBlack wrote:Prana isn’t blood but energy… “I know” has a heavy weight to it


oh well ig then that makes sense but blood carries energy so i wasnt technically wrong, but my question was what's Sorrra
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Post by VedantaBlack 18.06.21 1:39

When asking about a specific word meaning, include reference and context… what culture, text etc. did you get it from?



Prana is energy, and while blood is charged by energy it should not be confused with energy itself.

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Post by Jay Carter 18.06.21 8:50

VedantaBlack wrote:When asking about a specific word meaning, include reference and context… what culture, text etc. did you get it from?



Prana is energy, and while blood is charged by energy it should not be confused with energy itself.

i know the context and reference of Prana in the sense im using it. However this wasn't my question. What is Sorrra?
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Post by MysticLightShinethForth 18.06.21 9:26

Unheard of.
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Post by 8lou1 18.06.21 9:29

Might it be possible you heard 'soma'.
To peak your interest here is a little sniplet i found online about Ayurveda in which soma is mentioned:
Chandra (Sanskrit: चन्द्र, romanized: Candra, lit. 'shining or moon'), also known as Soma, is the Hindu god of the Moon, and is associated with the night, plants and vegetation. He is one of the Navagraha (nine planets of Hinduism) and Dikpala (guardians of the directions).

I am totally not into Ayurveda so i know nothing more then some texts i read, but these words you mention stem from that direction, so maybe befriend almighty google and find some more indept information to get you going.
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Post by Jonathan 18.06.21 13:20

Soma was what occurred to me as well, especially as it was considered the nectar of immortality on the Rigveda.
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Post by VedantaBlack 18.06.21 19:28

If you’re referring to Soma,

The “nectar of the Gods” was “human blood” aka “Soma,” an etymological doublet of Haeoma, hence we derive blood related words from today (Hemoglobin, Hemorrhage, etc.).

Proto-indo-European root Say meant a thick liquid, Haema was the name of a plant and a God. One may consider that Soma was a combination of the roots for “thick liquid of the God Haema” or even of “Thick liquid of the plant Haema” at some point as Blood was used to fertilize the earth in many cultures and myths. It was also seen an offering to the Gods.

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