2 edition of Spanda-kārikās found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Jaideva Singh.|
|Contributions||Singh, Jaideva., Kallaṭa., Kṣemarāja, 11th cent.|
|LC Classifications||BL1245.S5 V3313 1980, BL1245S5 V3313 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 209 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||209|
As Abhinavagupta tells us repeatedly, quoting from the Spanda Kārikās, “Even [the limited Subject gains lordship] from contact with the strength of the Self (ātman)” (, pp. , , ). That is, consciousness, and with it, a capacity for phenomenal experience, is present in greater or lesser degrees across a spectrum in various. Kashmir Shaivism is a group of nondualist Tantric Shaiva traditions from Kashmir that originated in the second half of the first millennium.  The term is most often used to refer to the Anuttaratrikakula (the school of the highest "Trika" or Triad) philosophy also known as the Pratyabhijna ("Recognition") system expounded by Abhinavagupta (c. C.E.), but also includes the earlier.
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The rasa theory is widely known as the major contribution of Indian aesthetics to the field of aesthetics in general. During the twentieth century, first under the scope of the colonial approach of comparativist enterprises undertaken by Westerners as well as by Indians, and more recently from various post-colonial perspectives, the reflection on rasa or ‘aesthetic pleasure‘ — the. Yogī antarmukhī bhavanti, ekagrī bhavanti: the yogis suddenly become introverted and one-pointed, as Kṣemarāja says commenting a verse of Spanda-kārikās. Any kind of feeling and emotion - the painful, fearsome or joyful ones as well -, whenever they are felt in connection to our inner vitality (the vibrant heat of life in our heart.
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If one is serious about finding the the Ultimate Truth of Reality then this book can give you a great insights. Five Stars Here is one of the most valuable reviews "Tantric Science of the Sacre Shiva Sutras, Vijnana Bhairava, Pratyabijna Hridaya, Paratrisika Vivarana and Spanda Karikas from my opinion are the profoundest and the most essential /5.
The spandakarikas are a number of verses that serve as a sort of commentary on the Siva-sutras. According to Saivagama, the divine consciousness is not simply cold, inert intellection.
It is rather spanda, active, dynamic, throbbing with life, creative pulsation. In Siva-sutras, it is the prakasa aspect of the divine that is emphasized; in Spandakarikas, it is the vimarsa aspect that is 5/5(1). Spanda-Kārikās (verses) are designed to establish absorption into Spanda principle in the partially enlightened without a vestige of doubt for the manifestation of the state of the fully illuminated yogi -- one who transcended the mind and recognized the irreversible evidence of his real nature/5.
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Spanda-kārikās: the divine creative pulsation: the kārikās and the Spanda-nirṇaya translated into English. Average Rating. Author. Vasugupta. Language. English. Choose a Format. Book Show Edition. Available from another library.
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The Spanda Karikas, With the Vivriti of Ramakantha Vasugupta. Spanda-Kārikās (verses) are designed to establish absorption into Spanda principle in the partially enlightened without a vestige of doubt for the manifestation of the state of the fully illuminated yogi -- one who transcended the mind and recognized the irreversible evidence of his real s: Spanda Kārikās 1) We praise that Shankara, who is the source of all forces and by whom, in a mere twinkle of the eye, the universe springs forth or is absorbed.
"Shankara" means the Absolute. "Twinkle of the eye" is a translation of "unmesa", which can also mean "coming forth". Spanda-Kārikās: the divine creative pulsation: the Kārikās and No cover image: : Jaideva Singh - - pages - No preview. More editions: This is a reproduction of a book published before Add to My Library.
Spanda-Kārikās (verses) are designed to establish absorption into Spanda principle in the partially enlightened without a vestige of doubt for the manifestation of the state of the fully illuminated yogi -- one who transcended the mind and recognized the irreversible evidence of his real s: Read one of creative Tantr science translated by Jaidev Singh.
Spanda Kārikās Comments on the Divine Vibration A new translation and commentary Introduction A "kārikā" is a collection of explanations about a philosophical subject. The subjects at hand being Spanda, which is a technical term for the divine throb or vibration out of which everything.
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Description: xxxv, pages ; 22 cm. Series Title: SUNY series in tantric studies. Other Titles: Spandakārikā. Responsibility: by Jaideva Singh ; with an appreciation of Jaideva Singh by Mark Dyczkowski ; and a foreword by Paul E. Muller-Ortega. Including new translations of four Tantric classics: Yoga-Sūtras, Vijñānabhairava, Spanda Kārikās and Pratyabhijñāhridayam.
All with original commentaries derived from the author's personal experiences and insights gained through 40 years of meditation and living and working with an awakened kundalini.
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A central theme of the philosophy of Kashmir Shaivism is the highly esoteric principal known as spanda. Swami Lakshmanjoo tells us that the word ‘spanda’ means established stable movement.
The Spanda Kārikās, also known as The Spanda Sūtras, is the first and foremost treaty belonging to a class of literature of the Kashmir Shivaism called The Spanda Shāstra.
The Spanda Kārikās is a work which gathers together the meaning of The Siva Sūtras.». Kashmir Shaivism: being a brief introduction to the history, literature, and doctrines of the Advaita Shaiva philosophy of Kashmir, specifically called the Trika System.
By J. Chatterji, B.A. (Cantab.), Vidyāvāridhi. Fasciculus I. (The Kashmir Series of Texts and Studies, vol. ii.) 8vo. The Research Department, Kashmir State: Srinagar (Bombay printed), - Volume 47 Issue 1 - L.
This book is split into three parts. The first part about the understanding the author has about self realization, the second is a commentary on patanjalis yoga sutras and last but not least the third part is a translation and commentary of 3 very important text from Kashmir s:.
Śhiva sūtrās, Spanda Kārikās, Pratyabhijñāhṛdayam and Vijñāna Bhairava fall under this philosophy. Trika means three fold reality of Shiva, Śaktī and nara (jīvā or soul).
Though advaita and trika philosophies say that the Ultimate is the Brahman or Shiva, the proclaimed paths are different.Vom Pulsieren der Schöpfung [Kashmir-Śivaismus] = Spanda-Kārikās: The yoga of vibration and divine pulsation: a translation of the Spanda kārikās with Kṣemarāja's commentary, the Spanda nirṇaya.
The books are narrative stories filled with wisdom sayings and Rudra’s irreverent humour. These books have been very popular and have been translated into many languages. The Aum of All Things was published in Instead of Rudra (who one guesses bears some similarity to Ruzbeh, at least as an alter-ego), Ruzbeh, himself, is the s: