Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: asayah

  asayah—consciousness.    SB 1.18.2, SB 3.29.19, SB 4.28.38
  asayah—aim of life    SB 2.2.19
  asayah—in his mind    SB 4.13.8-9
  asayah—whose mind or heart    SB 4.20.10
  asayah—and mind    SB 4.20.13
  asayah—desire    SB 4.23.8
  asayah—in his heart    SB 5.1.23
  asayah—possessing a heart in which    SB 5.13.24
  asayah—within the heart    SB 7.10.15-17
  asayah—material desires    Antya 6.314
  asayah—sheltered    SB 2.6.40-41
  asayah—their minds.    SB 3.32.17
  asayah—possessing all kinds of faithfulness.    SB 4.24.69
  asayah—your mind    SB 4.30.18
  asayah—the mind, intelligence and consciousness    SB 6.12.11
  asayah—and the mind    SB 6.19.13
  asayah—the reservoirs    SB 8.18.4
  asayah—from desires    SB 5.1.22

Compound Sanskrit Words Containing: asayah

  autkanthya-unmathita-asayah—having an anxious and agitated mind.    SB 3.22.24
  dagdha-asayah—all material desires being burned    SB 4.22.27
  dhuta-asayah—one who has cleansed his consciousness    SB 7.15.40
  guha-asayah—residing within the heart    SB 3.13.49
  guha-asayah—dwelling within the heart of everyone    SB-4.21.39
  karana-asayah—the senses and the mind    SB 1.13.56
  kama-karma-indriya-asayah—being under the influence of lusty desires and fruitive activities    SB 9.8.26
  kama-asayah—pursuing different types of desires    SB 4.29.30-31
  mala-asayah—whose impure desires    SB 6.5.4-5
  mala-asayah—of all the dirt within the heart    SB 6.5.26
  nirvrta-asayah—free from material desires.    SB 4.31.30
  praja-asayah nivrttasya—of one who was almost hopeless of getting a son at this age    SB 10.5.23
  tat-iksana-utprema-rasa-apluta-asayah—all the thoughts of the cowherd men merged in the mellow of paternal love, which was aroused by seeing their sons    SB 10.13.33
  visada-asayah—with a greatly serious attitude    SB 3.5.46
  visada-asayah—broad-minded    SB 4.29.39-40
  yat-asayah—expecting to be favored in that way.    SB 1.10.28