matiḥ opinion; BG 6.36
matiḥ determination; BG 12.18-19
matiḥ opinion; BG 18.70
matiḥ mama my opinion; BG 18.78
matiḥ enlightenment; SB 1.3.34
ekānta-matiḥ fixed in monism or oneness of mind; SB 1.4.4
duḥsthitā matiḥ oscillating mind; SB 1.5.14
askhalitā matiḥ uninterrupted attention; SB 1.5.27
matiḥ intelligence; SB 1.6.23
matiḥ intelligence; SB 1.6.24
matiḥ mind; SB 1.7.11
matiḥ conception; SB 1.8.29
matiḥ attention; SB 1.8.42
matiḥ thinking, feeling and willing; SB 1.9.32
matiḥ mind; SB 1.15.28
matiḥ concentration; SB 1.15.50
matiḥ faith; SB 2.1.10
matiḥ attention; SB 3.5.12
bhraṣṭa-matiḥ nonsense; SB 3.13.45
matiḥ identification; SB 3.31.20
kṛta-matiḥ desiring; SB 3.31.22
ku-matiḥ being foolish; SB 3.31.30
matiḥ his mind; SB 3.32.3
matiḥ her mind; SB 3.33.26
matiḥ the mind; SB 4.4.19
matiḥ intelligence; SB 4.6.49
pṛthak-matiḥ my mind fixed on things other than the Lord; SB 4.9.30
matiḥ intelligence; SB 4.9.32
mahā-matiḥ most intelligent or thoughtful; SB 4.12.8
matiḥ his intelligence; SB 4.13.10
viparyaya-matiḥ one who has developed perverse intelligence; SB 4.14.29
matiḥ attraction; SB 4.19.24-25
matiḥ intelligence; SB 4.22.18
matiḥ consideration; SB 4.22.52
ku-matiḥ whose mind is full of obnoxious thoughts; SB 4.28.17
matiḥ whose consciousness; SB 4.28.55
matiḥ consciousness; SB 4.29.49
spṛhā-matiḥ consciousness with attachment; SB 5.1.3
matiḥ attachment; SB 5.1.4
vibudha-matiḥ Āgnīdhra, who possessed intelligence like that of the demigods; SB 5.2.17
matiḥ whose mind (is absorbed); SB 5.3.4-5
anāvṛta-matiḥ whose intelligence is not bewildered; SB 5.3.14
matiḥ his mentality; SB 5.4.4
jaḍa-matiḥ most dull intelligence; SB 5.9.8
matiḥ whose mind; SB 5.10.5
nirmita-matiḥ whose mind is absorbed in that; SB 5.14.7
atirajaḥ-vala-matiḥ whose mind is overcome by lust; SB 5.14.9
nikṛta-matiḥ whose intelligence has been brought to the abominable status of defying the authority of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; SB 5.14.13
avasita-matiḥ whose mind is determined; SB 5.14.36
ati-śuddha-matiḥ whose completely pure consciousness (full realization that the body and mind are separate from the soul); SB 5.15.7
matiḥ intelligence; SB 5.18.9
āveśita-matiḥ whose mind was fully absorbed; SB 5.20.25
matiḥ whose consciousness; SB 5.26.9
matiḥ His attention; SB 6.2.9-10
vimohita-matiḥ whose intelligence is bewildered; SB 6.3.25
jaḍī-kṛta-matiḥ whose intelligence has been dulled; SB 6.3.25
matiḥ whose attention; SB 6.9.48
matiḥ consciousness; SB 6.12.19
matiḥ consciousness; SB 6.12.21
matiḥ consciousness; SB 6.14.1
dṛḍha-matiḥ firmly fixed intelligence; SB 6.14.6
matiḥ consciousness; SB 6.16.41
sambhāvita-matiḥ considering himself highly esteemed; SB 6.17.14
matiḥ the mind; SB 6.18.30
matiḥ opinion; SB 7.1.27
mahā-matiḥ Prahlāda Mahārāja, who possessed great intelligence; SB 7.5.15
matiḥ inclination; SB 7.5.28
matiḥ inclination; SB 7.5.29
matiḥ inclination; SB 7.5.30
matiḥ the consciousness; SB 7.5.32
ātma-matiḥ fully absorbed in thoughts of the Supreme Lord; SB 7.7.35
matiḥ such discrimination; SB 7.9.27
matiḥ intelligence; SB 7.10.8
stabdha-matiḥ possessing blunt intelligence; SB 8.4.10
mahā-matiḥ the most intelligent person; SB 8.6.30
matiḥ opinion; SB 8.16.21
matiḥ opinion; SB 8.17.16
bāliśa-matiḥ without sufficient knowledge; SB 8.19.18
stabdha-matiḥ such an unintelligent person; SB 8.22.11
matiḥ te your consciousness; SB 9.3.21
matiḥ viṣaye great attraction for material things; SB 9.6.52
pṛthak-matiḥ a sense of distinction (between enemy and friend); SB 9.8.13
matiḥ attraction; SB 9.9.44
pāpa-matiḥ very, very sinful, having a polluted mind; SB 10.8.8-9
matiḥ consciousness; SB 10.27.8
mahā-matiḥ high-minded; SB 10.38.1
matiḥ whose mentality; SB 10.40.25
matiḥ consciousness; SB 10.40.28
mahā-matiḥ the magnanimous (Vasudeva); SB 10.45.28
matiḥ a mentality; SB 10.46.30
matiḥ his mentality; SB 10.51.46
matiḥ devotion; SB 10.51.53
matiḥ mind; SB 10.51.58
mahā-matiḥ generous; SB 10.53.34
matīḥ having; SB 10.53.47-48
ku-matiḥ foolish; SB 10.54.23
matiḥ attitude; SB 10.55.11
kṛta-matiḥ deciding; SB 10.56.20
matiḥ whose mind; SB 10.57.5
matiḥ whose idea; SB 10.60.45
ku-matiḥ foolish; SB 10.62.9
mahā-matiḥ great-minded; SB 10.71.1
matiḥ mentality; SB 10.72.6
matiḥ whose mentality; SB 10.72.27
mahā-matiḥ greatly intelligent; SB 10.74.10-11
ku-matiḥ foolish; SB 10.88.35
matiḥ opinion; SB 11.7.15
matiḥ consciousness; SB 11.7.16
matiḥ her mind; SB 11.8.43
matiḥ knowledge; SB 11.9.24
ku-matiḥ a foolish person; SB 11.11.8
matiḥ consciousness; SB 11.14.45
abahiḥ-matiḥ awareness within (of the eternal soul); SB 11.16.26
matiḥ whose consciousness; SB 11.17.56
matiḥ consciousness; SB 11.19.20-24
matiḥ mentality; SB 11.25.6
matiḥ whose consciousness; SB 11.28.31
matiḥ the mind; SB 11.30.12
mahā-matiḥ very intelligent; SB 12.1.18
matiḥ in his mind; SB 12.6.22
mahā-matiḥ the powerfully intelligent sage; SB 12.6.51
matiḥ his understanding; SB 12.8.48
matiḥ astu let there be attraction; CC Madhya 6.48
matiḥ intelligence; CC Madhya 8.70
mat-matiḥ realization of having a relationship with Me; CC Madhya 11.29-30
matiḥ intelligence; CC Madhya 20.106
matiḥ the interest; CC Madhya 22.53
matiḥ minded; CC Madhya 23.111-112
guṇa-ākṣipta-matiḥ whose mind was agitated by the qualities; CC Madhya 24.117
matiḥ intelligence; CC Madhya 24.170
matiḥ the interest; CC Madhya 25.85
nirmala-matiḥ naturally clean-minded; CC Antya 1.108
matiḥ mind; CC Antya 3.62
matiḥ the inclination; Bs 5.57