From the Nous, as second emanation, proceeds the world-soul.
He explained the universe as an emanation from Brahman, which is all in all.
Spiritualists affirm that the soul is an emanation from God, while I contend that it is an emanation of the brain.
Divine Providence corresponds to divine influence or emanation.
So arose among them the imposing doctrines of emanation and absorption.
Or was she but the emanation of all the beauty he had loved and must leave so soon?
They describe attempts to obtain neon by the action of emanation on water.
But when I meet him I notice in him a kind of emanation of quiet bliss.
Philo, the Jew, who lived in the time of Caligula, based his philosophy on the theory of emanation.
The universe is an emanation from the perfect, and an effort towards perfection.
1560s, from Late Latin emanationem (nominative emanatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin emanare "flow out, arise, proceed," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + manare "to flow," from PIE root *ma- "damp."
emanation em·a·na·tion (ěm'ə-nā'shən)
Something that issues from a source; an emission.
Any of several radioactive gases that are isotopes of radon and are products of radioactive decay.