The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Innate-Svabhava, nitya, sahasiddha, sahaja




  • antarjāta - inborn , inbred , innate.
  • aurasa- belonging to or being in the breast , produced from the breast MBh, innate , own , produced by one's self Sus3r..
  • dehodbhava (H3) deho* dbhava [p= 497,1] [L=96711] mfn. born in the body , innate MW.
  • dehodbhūta (H3) deho* d° bhūta [L=96712] mfn. born in the body , innate MW.
  • daivadatta (H3) daíva--datta [p= 497,3] [L=96808] mfn. (for 2. » 2. daiva) given by fate or fortune , innate , natural , Das3.
  • nija (H1) ni-já [p= 547,1] [L=108254] mf(ā)n. ( √ jan) innate , native , of one's own party or country (with ripu m. an enemy in one's own country Hit. ; m. pl. one's own people Ra1jat. )
  • [L=108255] constant , continual AV. Br. Mn. MBh. &c (in later Sanskrit used as a reflex. possess. pron. = sva , my own , his own , our own &c )
  • nijaśatru
  • ni-já--śatru [L=108264] m. an enemy being in one's own self , an innate enemy R.
  • nitya- innate , native MBh. iii , 13941, one's own (opp. to araṇa) RV., continual , perpetual , eternal RV. &c
  • [L=108340] mfn. ifc. constantly dwelling or engaged in , intent upon , devoted or used to (cf. tapo-n° , dharma-n° , dhyāna-n° , śastra-n°) Mn. MBh. &c
  • ni-sarga--ja [p= 564,1] [L=111045] mfn. innate , inborn , produced at creation , natural Mn. MBh.
  • prakṛtija- mfn. springing from nature , inborn , innate Bhag.
  • prakṛtistha, pra-kṛti--stha [p= 654,2] [L=130091] mfn. being in the original or natural state , genuine , unaltered , unimpaired , normal , well , healthy Ya1jn5. Ka1v. Var. Sus3r. (also -sthita Var. ), inherent , innate , incidental to nature Ragh.
  • bare , stripped of everything MW.
  • sattvānurūpa - mfn. according to nature , according to one's innate disposition Bhag.
  • sahaja- mf(ā)n. born or produced together or at the same time as (gen.) TS. Mn. Katha1s., congenital , innate , hereditary , original , natural (ibc. , by birth , " by nature " , " naturally " ; with deśa m. " birthplace " , " home ") MBh. Ka1v. &c, always the same as from the beginning Hariv. 4238
  • sahá--já [L=240163] m. natural state or disposition (said to be also n.) L.
  • sahá--já [L=240164] m. a brother of whole blood L.
  • sahá--já [L=240165] m. N. of various kings and other men MBh. Ra1jat. &c
  • sahá--já [L=240166] m. of a Tantric teacher Cat.
  • sahá--já [L=240168] n. N. of the third astrol. mansion (said to be also m.) VarBr2S.
  • sahá--já [L=240169] n. emancipation during life Cat.
  • sahajetara- mfn. other than natural , not innate or inherent or congenital , accidental W.
  • sahajāta - sahá--jāta [L=240194] mfn. born together or at the same time , equal in age Katha1s., innate , natural ib.
  • [L=240196] both from the same mother , twin-born L.
  • sahabhū -mfn. being together (used in explaining sacā-bhū) Nir. v , 5, appearing together with (comp.) A1pS3r. Sch., innate , natural Ratna7v. Ka1d.
  • [L=240265] counterpart of (gen.) Ka1d.
  • sahasambhava- mfn. born or produced together or at the same time (with janmanā = " innate ") Ka1v.
  • sahasiddha- mfn. innate (-tva n.) S3am2k. (quot)
  • sahottha- mfn. innate (= sahaja) L.
  • sāṃsiddhika-mf(ī)n. (fr. saṃesiddhi) effected naturally , belonging to nature , natural , native , innate MBh. Ka1v. &c, self-existent , existing by its own nature or essence , existing absolutely , absolute S3am2k.
  • sāhajika- mfn. (fr. saha-ja) innate , natural , Vr2ishabha1n.
  • sāhajika [L=243596] m. N. of a man Ra1jat.
  • svakṣatra-mfn. (svá-) master of one's self , independent , free RV.possessing innate strength , self-powerful , innately strong MW.
  • svabhāva-native place Vishn2., own condition or state of being , natural state or constitution , innate or inherent disposition , nature , impulse , spontaneity, (°vāt or °vena or °va-tas or ibc.) , (from natural disposition , by nature , naturally , by one's self , spontaneously) S3vetUp. Mn. MBh. &c
  • svabhāvaja- mfn. produced by natural disposition , innate , natural R. Sa1h. &c
  • svabhāvatā- the state of innate disposition or nature
  • svabhāvasiddha- mfn. established by nature , natural , innate A1s3vS3r. Bhartr2., self-evident , obvious Ka1s3.
  • svānurūpa- mfn. resembling one's self , suited to one's character Katha1s., natural , innate W.
  • svottha, mfn. arising or originating in one's self , innate ChUp. Sch.
  • jātavidyā, f. knowledge of what exists RV. x , 71 , 11 ( Nir. i , 8) , (accord. to some, "innate or peculiar knowledge")

svabhāva
svá--bhāva [p= 1276,1] [L=258038]
(ifc. f(ā).) native place Vishn2.


°vāt or °vena or °va-tas or ibc.) , (from natural disposition , by nature , naturally , by one's self , spontaneously) S3vetUp. Mn. MBh. &c
(H3) m.
[L=258039]own condition or state of being , natural state or constitution , innate or inherent disposition , nature , impulse , spontaneity
[L=258040](


svābhāvika
svābhāvika [p= 1283,3] [L=259648]
(ī)n. (fr. svabhāva) belonging to or arising from one's own nature , natural , native , spontaneous , original , peculiar , inherent (-tva n.) Up. MBh. &c
svābhāvika [L=259649]
N. of a Buddhistic school (cf. Buddhac. ix , 48 ; 51) .
(H1) mf
(H1B) m. pl.


sahasiddha
sahá--siddha [L=240334]
innate (-tva n.) S3am2k. (quot)
(H3) mfn.




with
-
-

सहsahaindecl.
together



सह

sahaindecl.
accompany


dehodbhūta
deho* d° bhūta [L=96712]
born in the body , innate MW.
(H3) mfn.


nija
ni-já [p= 547,1] [L=108254]
(ā)n. ( √ jan) innate , native , of one's own party or country (with ripu m. an enemy in one's own country Hit. ; m. pl. one's own people Ra1jat. )

AV. Br. Mn. MBh. &c (in later Sanskrit used as a reflex. possess. pron. = sva , my own , his own , our own &c )
(H1) mf
[L=108255]constant , continual

nitya
nítya [p= 547,2] [L=108337]
(ā)n. (fr. ni ; cf. ni-ja) innate , native MBh. iii , 13941

opp. to araa) RV.

RV. &c

ifc. constantly dwelling or engaged in , intent upon , devoted or used to (cf. tapo-n° , dharma-n° , dhyāna-n° , śastra-n°) Mn. MBh. &c

opp. to kāmya , naimittika &c ) Br. S3rS. Mn. &c (with samāsa m. a compound the meaning of which is not expressed by its members when not compounded Pa1n2. 2-1 , 3 Sch. ; with svarita m. = jātya , the independent svarita TPra1t. ii , 8)
nítya [L=108342]
the sea , ocean L.
nítya [L=108347]
constant and indispensable rite or act W.
nitya [p= 1329,3] [L=334950]
comp.)
(H1) mf
[L=108338]one's own (
[L=108339]continual , perpetual , eternal
[L=108340]mfn.
[L=108341]ordinary , usual , invariable , fixed , necessary , obligatory (
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H2) (in
 nisargaja
ni-sarga--ja [p= 564,1] [L=111045]
innate , inborn , produced at creation , natural Mn. MBh.
(H3) mfn.




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1 antarjāta (innate) 2 aurasa (innate) 3 dehodbhava (innate) 4 dehodbhūta (innate) 5 daivadatta (innate) 6 nija (innate) 7 nijaśatru (innate) 8 nitya (innate) 9 nisargaja (innate) 10 naisarga (innate) 11 prakṛtija (innate) 12 prakṛtistha (innate) 13 prāsaṅgika (innate) 14 sattvānurūpa (innate) 15 sahaja (innate) 16 sahajetara (innate) 17 sahajāta (innate) 18 sahabhū (innate) 19 sahasambhava (innate) 20 sahasiddha (innate) 21 sahottha (innate) 22 sāṃsiddhika (innate) 23 sāhajika (innate) 24 svakṣatra (innate) 25 svabhāva (innate) 26 svabhāvaja (innate) 27 svabhāvatā (innate) 28 svabhāvatva (innate) 29 svabhāvadaurjanya (innate) 30 svabhāvasiddha (innate) 31 svānurūpa (innate) 32 svottha (innate) 33 jātavidyā (innate) 34 nṛpanāpitaputranyāya (innate)
 antarjāta
antar--jāta [p= 43,2] [L=8098]
inborn , inbred , innate.
(H3) mfn.
 aurasa
aurasa 1 [p= 239,2] [L=41179]
(ī)n. (fr. uras) , belonging to or being in the breast , produced from the breast MBh.

Sus3r.
aurasa 1 [L=41181]
a sound produced from the breast Pa1rGr2. iii , 16
aurasa 1 [L=41182]
an own son , legitimate son (one by a wife of the same caste married according to the prescribed rules) Mn. ix , 166 , &c Ya1jn5. ii , 128 , &c Hit. R. &c
aurasa 2 [L=41190]
coming from or belonging to uraśā g. sindhv-ādi Pa1n2. 4-3 , 93.
(H1) mf
[L=41180]innate , own , produced by one's self
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1) mfn.
 dehodbhava
deho* dbhava [p= 497,1] [L=96711]
born in the body , innate MW.
(H3) mfn.
 dehodbhūta
deho* d° bhūta [L=96712]
born in the body , innate MW.
(H3) mfn.
 daivadatta
daíva--datta [p= 497,3] [L=96808]
(for 2. » 2. daiva) given by fate or fortune , innate , natural , Das3.
daiva--datta [L=96860]
(ī)n. being in the village deva-datta Pa1n2. 1-1 , 75 Sch.
daiva--datta [L=96861]
the pupils of deva-datta , 73. Va1rtt. 5 Pat. (cf. deva-dattīya)
(H3) mfn.
(H3) mf
(H3B) m. pl.
 nija
ni-já [p= 547,1] [L=108254]
(ā)n. ( √ jan) innate , native , of one's own party or country (with ripu m. an enemy in one's own country Hit. ; m. pl. one's own people Ra1jat. )

AV. Br. Mn. MBh. &c (in later Sanskrit used as a reflex. possess. pron. = sva , my own , his own , our own &c )
(H1) mf
[L=108255]constant , continual
 nijaśatru
ni-já--śatru [L=108264]
an enemy being in one's own self , an innate enemy R.
(H3) m.
 nitya
nítya [p= 547,2] [L=108337]
(ā)n. (fr. ni ; cf. ni-ja) innate , native MBh. iii , 13941

opp. to araa) RV.

RV. &c

ifc. constantly dwelling or engaged in , intent upon , devoted or used to (cf. tapo-n° , dharma-n° , dhyāna-n° , śastra-n°) Mn. MBh. &c

opp. to kāmya , naimittika &c ) Br. S3rS. Mn. &c (with samāsa m. a compound the meaning of which is not expressed by its members when not compounded Pa1n2. 2-1 , 3 Sch. ; with svarita m. = jātya , the independent svarita TPra1t. ii , 8)
nítya [L=108342]
the sea , ocean L.
nítya [L=108347]
constant and indispensable rite or act W.
nitya [p= 1329,3] [L=334950]
comp.)
(H1) mf
[L=108338]one's own (
[L=108339]continual , perpetual , eternal
[L=108340]mfn.
[L=108341]ordinary , usual , invariable , fixed , necessary , obligatory (
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H2) (in
 nisargaja
ni-sarga--ja [p= 564,1] [L=111045]
innate , inborn , produced at creation , natural Mn. MBh.
(H3) mfn.
 naisarga
nai--sarga [p= 570,1] [L=112400]
innate , natural BhP.
(H3) mfn.
 praktija
pra-kti--ja [p= 654,1] [L=130055]
springing from nature , inborn , innate Bhag.
(H3) mfn.
 praktistha
pra-kti--stha [p= 654,2] [L=130091]
being in the original or natural state , genuine , unaltered , unimpaired , normal , well , healthy Ya1jn5. Ka1v. Var. Sus3r. (also -sthita Var. )

Ragh.

MW.
(H3) mfn.
[L=130092]inherent , innate , incidental to nature
[L=130093]bare , stripped of everything
 prāsagika
prā--sagika [p= 702,3] [L=138977]
(ī)n. (fr. -saga) resulting from attachment or close connection BhP.

Uttarar. Katha1s. Ra1jat. Sa1h. (opp. to ādhikārika)

W.

ib.

MW.
(H3) mf
[L=138978]incidental , casual , occasional
[L=138979]inherent , innate
[L=138980]relevant
[L=138981]opportune , seasonable
 sattvānurūpa
sattvā* nurūpa [p= 1135,3] [L=229792]
according to nature , according to one's innate disposition Bhag.

Ragh.
(H3) mfn.
[L=229793]acc to one's substance or means
 sahaja
sahá--já [p= 1193,3] [L=240160]
(ā)n. born or produced together or at the same time as (gen.) TS. Mn. Katha1s.

ibc. , by birth , " by nature " , " naturally " ; with deśa m. " birthplace " , " home ") MBh. Ka1v. &c

Hariv. 4238
sahá--já [L=240163]
natural state or disposition (said to be also n.) L.
sahá--já [L=240164]
a brother of whole blood L.
sahá--já [L=240165]
N. of various kings and other men MBh. Ra1jat. &c
sahá--já [L=240166]
of a Tantric teacher Cat.
sahá--já [L=240168]
N. of the third astrol. mansion (said to be also m.) VarBr2S.
sahá--já [L=240169]
emancipation during life Cat.
(H3) mf
[L=240161]congenital , innate , hereditary , original , natural (
[L=240162]always the same as from the beginning
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
 sahajetara
sahá--° je* tara [p= 1194,1] [L=240186]
other than natural , not innate or inherent or congenital , accidental W.
(H4) mfn.
 sahajāta
sahá--jāta [L=240194]
born together or at the same time , equal in age Katha1s.

ib.

L.
(H3) mfn.
[L=240195]innate , natural
[L=240196]both from the same mother , twin-born
 sahabhū
sahá--bhū [p= 1194,2] [L=240262]
being together (used in explaining sacā-bhū) Nir. v , 5

comp.) A1pS3r. Sch.

Ratna7v. Ka1d.

gen.) Ka1d.
(H3) mfn.
[L=240263]appearing together with (
[L=240264]innate , natural
[L=240265]counterpart of (
 sahasambhava
sahá--sambhava [p= 1194,3] [L=240332]
born or produced together or at the same time (with janmanā = " innate ") Ka1v.
(H3) mfn.
 sahasiddha
sahá--siddha [L=240334]
innate (-tva n.) S3am2k. (quot)
(H3) mfn.
 sahottha
saho* ttha [L=240388]
innate (= sahaja) L.
saho* ttha [p= 1195,1] [L=240389]
N. of the third astrol. mansion VarBr2S.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
 sāsiddhika
siddhika [p= 1197,2] [L=240934]
(ī)n. (fr. saesiddhi) effected naturally , belonging to nature , natural , native , innate MBh. Ka1v. &c

S3am2k.

&c ) MW.
(H1) mf
[L=240935]self-existent , existing by its own nature or essence , existing absolutely , absolute
[L=240936]effected by supernatural means (as spells
 sāhajika
sāhajika [p= 1212,2] [L=243595]
(fr. saha-ja) innate , natural , Vr2ishabha1n.
sāhajika [L=243596]
N. of a man Ra1jat.
(H1) mfn.
(H1B) m.
 svakatra
svá--katra [p= 1275,2] [L=257810]
(svá-) master of one's self , independent , free RV.

MW.
(H3) mfn.
[L=257810.1]possessing innate strength , self-powerful , innately strong
 svabhāva
svá--bhāva [p= 1276,1] [L=258038]
(ifc. f(ā).) native place Vishn2.


°vāt or °vena or °va-tas or ibc.) , (from natural disposition , by nature , naturally , by one's self , spontaneously) S3vetUp. Mn. MBh. &c
(H3) m.
[L=258039]own condition or state of being , natural state or constitution , innate or inherent disposition , nature , impulse , spontaneity
[L=258040](
 svabhāvaja
svá--bhāva---ja [L=258043]
produced by natural disposition , innate , natural R. Sa1h. &c
(H4) mfn.
 svabhāvatā
svá--bhāva---tā [L=258046]
( Ja1takam. ) the state of innate disposition or nature
(H4) f.
 svabhāvatva
svá--bhāva---tva [L=258046.1]
( TPra1t. Sch.) the state of innate disposition or nature
(H4) n.
 svabhāvadaurjanya
svá--bhāva---daurjanya [L=258047]
natural or innate wickedness W.
(H4) n.
 svabhāvasiddha
svá--bhāva---siddha [p= 1276,2] [L=258054]
established by nature , natural , innate A1s3vS3r. Bhartr2.

Ka1s3.
(H4) mfn.
[L=258055]self-evident , obvious
 svānurūpa
svā* nurūpa [p= 1277,2] [L=258378]
resembling one's self , suited to one's character Katha1s.
1277,3] [L=258379]
W.
(H3) mfn.
[p= natural , innate
 svottha
svo* ttha [p= 1278,1] [L=258458]
arising or originating in one's self , innate ChUp. Sch.
(H3) mfn.
 jātavidyā
jātá--vidyā́ [p= 417,3] [L=78609]
knowledge of what exists RV. x , 71 , 11 ( Nir. i , 8) .
jāta--vidyā́ [p= 1327,3] [L=331850.5]
(accord. to some, "innate or peculiar knowledge")
(H3) f.
(H3) f.
 npanāpitaputranyāya
n--pa-nāpita-putra-nyāya [p= 1329,3] [L=335240.1]
the rule of the king and the barber's son (i.e. the rule of innate fondness for one's own, like the barber, who when asked by the king to bring him a fine boy, brought his own ugly son), A.
(H3) m.



Svasiddha - naturally one's own, belonging to one's self by nature



(H3) svá--siddha [p= 1277,1] [L=258267] mfn. spontaneously effected BhP.
[p= 1277,1] [L=258268] naturally one's own , belonging to one's self by nature ib.

sva-own, one’s own

siddha

  • (H2) siddha 1 [p= 1215,1] [L=244299] mfn. driven off , scared away Pan5cavBr.
  • (H2) siddha 2 [p= 1215,1] [L=244302] mfn. accomplished , fulfilled , effected , gained , acquired MBh. Ragh.
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244303] one who has attained his object , successful BhP.
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244304] one who has attained the highest object , thoroughly skilled or versed in (dat. or comp.) MBh. R. &c
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244305] perfected , become perfect , beatified , endowed with supernatural faculties (» 2. siddhi) ib.
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244306] sacred , holy , divine , illustrious W.
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244307] hit (as a mark) Katha1s.
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244308] prepared , cooked , dressed (as food) Mn. MBh. &c
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244309] healed , cured Pan5cat.
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244310] valid (as a rule in grammar » as°)
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244311] admitted to be true or right , established , settled , proved Pat. Mn. Sa1m2khyak. Sarvad.
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244312] resulting from W.
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244313] adjudicated , decided , terminated (as a lawsuit) W.
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244314] paid , liquidated , settled (as a debt) ib.
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244315] ready for payment (as money) Hit.
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244316] well-known , notorious , celebrated (= prasiddha) A1s3vS3r. R. &c
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244317] effective , powerful , miraculous , supernatural Ca1n2. Ra1jat.
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244318] Vet
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244319] subdued , brought into subjection (by magical powers) , subject or obedient to (gen.) Pan5cat. Katha1s.
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244320] peculiar , singular Ma1lati1m.
  • [p= 1215,1] [L=244321] invariable , unalterable Pat.
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,1] [L=244322] m. a siddha or semidivine being of great purity and perfection and said to possess the eight supernatural faculties (» 2. siddhi ; accord. to some , the siddhas inhabit , together with the munis &c , the bhuvar-loka or atmosphere between the earth and heaven ; accord. to VP. eighty-eight thousand of them occupy the regions of the sky north of the sun and south of the seven ṛṣis ; they are regarded as immortal , but only as living to the end of a kalpa [q.v.] ; in the later mythology the are some times confused with the ; sādhyas [q.v.] or take their place) A1s3vGr2. MBh. &c
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,1] [L=244323] m. any inspired sage or prophet or seer (e.g. vyāsa , kapila &c ) ib.
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,1] [L=244324] m. any holy personage or great saint (esp. one who has attained to one of the states of beatitude cf. sālokya) MBh. Ka1v. &c
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244325] m. any great adept in magic or one who has acquired supernatural powers ib.
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244326] m. (with jainas) a jina or arhat
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244327] m. N. of the number 24 (cf. jina)
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244328] m. the 21st of the astron. yogas. L.
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244329] m. a lawsuit , judicial trial (= vyavahāra) L.
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244330] m. N. of a deva-gandharva MBh.
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244331] m. of a rājarṣi ib.
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244332] m. of a king Ra1jat.
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244333] m. of a brother of jajja ib.
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244334] m. of a Brahman Buddh.
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244335] m. of an author Cat.
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244336] m. a kind of thorn-apple L.
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244337] m. another plant or a sort of hard sugar (= guḍa) L.
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244338] m. (pl.) N. of a people MBh. VP.
  • (H2B) siddhā 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244339] f. a siddhā or semi-divine female R. (cf. comp.)
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244340] m. N. of one of the yoginīs (q.v.) L. (accord. to Sa1h. siddhā is also used at the end of names of courtezans)
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244341] m. a kind of medicinal plant or root (= ṛddhi) L.
  • (H2B) siddha 2 [p= 1215,2] [L=244342] n. magic , supernatural power Pan5car.


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Caraka-saṃhitā: Chikitsa Sthana (chs. 1-14)
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Agniveśa, Dr̥ḍhabala, Priya Vrat Sharma - 1994 - Snippet view
Cakrapäni says atmabuddhi as sahaja buddhi ( innate intellect ) and Sastra as acquired intellect which is known as 'Vainayaki buddhi'.3 26. Here maitrl, karunä, muditä and upeksä — these four vrttis of yoga philosophy are applied to the ...
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Indian literature: Volume 10
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... following terms are used for instinct: Samvega, Avega, Pra- vritti, Prerand, Sahaja-buddhi, Svabhdva, Jdta-buddi and so on. However, I do not wish to go into the complicated question of technical terminology and its standardization. ...
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