Spanda In the Monier-Willliams Sanskrit-English Dictionary
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Note about hridaya-spanda
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Dr. Jaideva Singh has re-edited the text and the commentary with the assistance of his guru Swami Laksmana Joo. He has provided an English translation of both the text and Ksemaraja`s commentary. More editionsIn My Library: Change▼
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books.google.comJaideva Singh - 1991 - 209 pages - No preview More editionsAdd to My Library▼ books.google.comDr. Rajendra, Kallaṭa - 1994 - 99 pages - Snippet view Study of the Śivasūtra (Spandakārikā) of Vasugupta, aphoristic work on Trika philosophy of Kashmir Saivism; includes text with Kallaṭa's Sanskrit commentary. Add to My Library▼ Even in this act of concealment,Spanda remains true to her own nature as Pure Perceiving Awareness. 132. ... His power of reflection is His magnificent, glamorous Spanda Sakti. 137. Through His glamorous, scintillating Spanda Sakti, ... More editionsAdd to My Library▼ The S ́ivadr.sti and theSpanda School The philosophical theology of the ŚD shows itself to be in many ways rather compatible with the Spanda School of Somānanda's time. Indeed, in examining the SpKā, Bhaṭṭa Kallaṭa's commentary thereon ... More editionsAdd to My Library▼ SPANDAIn this business of self-discovery, it's essential to remain true to your own initiative and responsiveness. ... Spanda is a Sanskrit word for spontaneous expression. To me it affirms my right to be alive in this moment exactly ... Add to My Library▼ Thus Utpala stresses thatSpanda is the recurrent pulse of Siva's movement down into gross material forms and ... In this way the entire range of reality as the ongoing process of evolution and regression is Spanda, which is Siva. ... More editionsAdd to My Library▼ Sphurti is identical withSpanda in Kashmir Saivism. Spanda is also designated as Sphuratta ofParama Siva. The most important work of Saivism, next to Siva- Sutras, is Spanda-Karika which is attributed to Vasugupta himself by some and ... More editionsAdd to My Library▼ IllSpanda: The Universal Activity of Absolute Consciousness We have seen how the dynamic (spanda) character of absolute consciousness is its freedom to assume any form at will through the active diversification of awareness (vimarsa ) ... More editionsIn My Library: Change▼ books.google.comBalajinnātha Paṇḍita - 1997 - 198 pages - Snippet view Chapter 6 TheSpanda Principle The spanda principle (spanda-siddhdnta) is one of the most important principles of ... While the term spanda has already been introduced, the present chapter will be devoted to a detailed discussion of it ... From the above it would appear that Vasugupta did no more than simply transmit the Sutras with their meanings to Kallata who spread their knowledge by writing explanatory treatises on them, one of these treatises being called theSpanda ... More editionsAdd to My Library▼ SpandaTurn down the volume of the world. ... Spanda. More editionsAdd to My Library▼ 89 There is some debate about whether Vasugupta or Kallata wrote theSpanda- karika-s, the next important non-dual Kashmir Shaiva text, which deal with consciousness as spanda — vibration.90 Given the close nature of the master- disciple ... More editionsIn My Library: Change▼ (i) theSpanda-kdrikas were a commentary on the Sivasutras, (ii) Vasugupta and Kallata both are related to the Spanda- kSrikBs whether directly or indirectly, (iii) Kallata did write two commentaries on the Sivasutras. ... More editionsAdd to My Library▼ These frictions result in perceptual vibrations,spanda, or sound. The more manifest aspects of spanda are not normally ... The emotion is considered to be the cause rather than the result of spanda. In actuality, one starts with the ... Add to My Library▼ books.google.com1987 - Snippet view THE SIGNIFICANCE OFSPANDA IN SPIRITUAL LIFE JAIDEVA SINGH The concept of Spanda In Sankhya, Patanjala Yoga and ... This vimar'sa is its spanda. It is not simply light, but light throbbing with life, with creativity, with manifestation. ... More editionsAdd to My Library▼ Critical to the Kashmir Shaivite discussion of sound is the principle ofspanda. It means throb or pulse. ... From that spanda. the whole world comes forth. This ocean of Consciousness is the Absolute; the throb is Its creative power. ... More editionsAdd to My Library▼ This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. Add to My Library▼ books.google.comK. Satchidananda Murty, S. Sankaranarayanan, Project of History Indian Science, Philosophy, and Culture - 2002 - 690 pages - Snippet view That is why the Siva-sutras in describing each updya or technique do not confine themselves solely to that updya, but also refer to other updyas as aids.15'Spanda-sdstra As in the case of the Siva-sutras, the emphasis of the ... Add to My Library▼ Spandais consciousness, the vibration, the ceaseless force from which springs all that exists. ... Here he experiences Spanda. The term 'bliss' also expresses the same concept. Spanda is supreme Universal Power embodying all ...