Vijnanabhairava, Or Divine Consciousness: A Treasury of 112 Types of Yoga

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Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1979 - 173 Seiten
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Vijnanabhairava is a very ancient book on Yoga. It studiously eschews mechanical worship, external rites and ceremonies and goes directly to the heart of the problem of the union of human consciousness with the Divine. There is no theoretical discussion in the book. It describes 112 types of yoga each of which is a precious gem delineating the mystic approach to the Divine. for this purpose, it makes full use of all the aspects of human life--prana, manas, imagination and intuition. The book has for the first time been translated into English. The translation of each verse is followed by copious expository notes which contain not only all that is of any value in the Sanskrit commentaries but also many practical suggestions made by Svami Laksmana Joo on the basis of his personal experience of these Yogas. In order to understand the philosophical background of these Yogas, the reader is advised to go through the introductory portion of the author`s Pratyabhijnahrdayam or the Siva-sutras. Dr. Jaideva singh has an admirable command over both Sanskrit and English and has presented an exposition of this book with remarkable success.
 

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Abschnitt 1
1
Abschnitt 2
30
Abschnitt 3
36
Abschnitt 4
38
Abschnitt 5
66
Abschnitt 6
67
Abschnitt 7
74
Abschnitt 8
149
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Seite xvi - There is one varna in the form of nada (sound vibration) in which lie all the varnas (letters) latently in an undivided form. As it is ceaseless, it is called anahata ie unstruck, natural, spontaneous, uncaused. As all the varnas (letters) originate from this nada, therefore, is it called varna proleptically. Vide verse 38 of the text. (Tantraloka V. 132) "The srffi blja and samhara blja are its main forms".

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