The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Deha - Body


sarvaṃ dehagataṃ dravyaṃ viyadvyāptaṃ mṛgekṣaṇe |
vibhāvayet tatas tasya bhāvanā sā sthirā bhavet || 47 ||


deha
deha [p= 496,3] [L=96630]
( √ dih , to plaster , mould , fashion) the body TA1r. Ka1tyS3r. Mn. &c

manas and vāc) Mn. i , 104 &c

°hadhāraya , to support the body i.e. exist Nal. )

ifc. f(ā).) Var.

Subh.

ifc. having the appearance of (sadeha- Ba1lar. iii , 43÷44)

of a country L.
deha [p= 1329,1] [L=334010]
comp.)
(H1) mn.
[L=96631](in a triad with
[L=96632](
[L=96633]form , shape , mass , bulk (as of a cloud ;
[L=96634]person , individual
[L=96635]appearance , manifestation
[L=96636]N.
(H2) (in
 
deha
deha [p= 496,3] [L=96630]
( √ dih , to plaster , mould , fashion) the body TA1r. Ka1tyS3r. Mn. &c
496,3] [L=96631]
manas and vāc) Mn. i , 104 &c
496,3] [L=96632]
°hadhāraya , to support the body i.e. exist Nal. )
496,3] [L=96633]
ifc. f(ā).) Var.
496,3] [L=96634]
Subh.
496,3] [L=96635]
ifc. having the appearance of (sadeha- Ba1lar. iii , 43÷44)
496,3] [L=96636]
of a country L.
dehī́ [p= 496,3] [L=96637]
mound , bank , rampart , surrounding wall RV.
deha [p= 1329,1] [L=334010]
comp.)
(H1) mn.
[p= (in a triad with
[p= (
[p= form , shape , mass , bulk (as of a cloud ;
[p= person , individual
[p= appearance , manifestation
[p= N.
(H1B) f.
(H2) (in





Svadeham - One’s own body



Gorakhnāth and the Kānphaṭa Yogīs - Page 287
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George Weston Briggs - 1938 - 380 pages - Preview
Ekastambham navadwaram grham pancddhiddivatam Svadeham ye na jdnanti katham sidhyanti yoginah. 14. 14. How can those Yogis who do not know their own body ( as) a house4 of one column (with) nine doors, and (as 1 This is called ...
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Deha in usage



The Alchemical Body: Siddha Traditions in Medieval India - Page 271
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- 1998 - 614 pages - Preview
Simultaneous to his preparation of the mercury he will eventually ingest, the alchemist must also prime his body, ... Even if the body so produced is most often called a golden, adamantine, or realized body (svarna-deha, vajra- deha, ...
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David Gordon White

Jīvanmukti in transformation: embodied liberation in Advaita and ... - Page 105
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He points out (accurately) that the term deha (body) has been understood in many ways (47, 247). 19 Here, deha refers just to future (bhdvi) bodies; the present body is a prior acquisition, so it can not cease even with knowledge. ...
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Andrew O. Fort

Outlines of Indian philosophy - Page 33
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(6) The Eleven organs inhere in m L ihga- deha which is relatively permanent. The mind of man and the other ten organs inhere in a body of subtle matter called Linga- deha ( characteristic body ) also called ayonija (nonuterine body ...
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P. T. Srinivasa Iyengar

The Vivekacūḍāmaṇi of Śaṅkarācārya Bhagavatpāda: an introduction ... - Page 100
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, Śaṅkarācārya - 2004 - 292 pages - Preview
The sexless Self, whose father He? Whose child? Whose friend? Whose foe is He who is but One? The Self is all in all, none else exists, and thou art that. moha = delusion; mahamrtyuh = great death; jahi = destroy; deha = body; ...
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John A. Grimes

The Sánkhya káriká, or Memorial verses on the Sánkhya philosophy, ... - Page 134
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, Gauḍapāda, Horace Hayman Wilson - 1837 - Free Google eBook - Read
to which the name body is applied, from the same being applicable to the sense of the word adhish harm (deha, "body," being understood apparently in either case " containing" or " comprehending"). The corporeity of the vehicle or ...
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Īśvarakṛṣṇa

Yoga: Immortality and Freedom - Page 283
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, Willard Ropes Trask, David Gordon White - 2009 - 536 pages - Preview
According to the same treatise, the body can be kept alive indefinitely if one learns to control the breath (vayu, lit. ... but it ends by being absorbed into the "body of pure light," or "divine body," the divya-deha or jMna-deha; ...
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Mircea Eliade




Deha words

dehakara
deha--kara [p= 496,3] [L=96638]
" body-former " , a father MBh.
(H3) m.
 dehakośa
deha--kośa [L=96643]
" body-covering " , skin or wing L. (cf. -dhi).
(H3) m.
 dehakaya
deha--kaya [L=96644]
" body-decay " , sickness , disease L.
(H3) m.
 dehagata
deha--gata [L=96645]
" gone into a body " , incarnate MW.
(H3) mfn.
 dehagrahaa
deha--grahaa [L=96646]
assuming a body or visible form ib.
(H3) n.
 dehacara
deha--cara [L=96648]
being on or in a body , bodily (as disease) BhP.
(H3) mfn.
 dehacaryā
deha--caryā [L=96649]
care of the body Katha1s.
(H3) f.
 dehacyuta
deha--cyuta [L=96650]
separated from the body (as excrement or the spirit) W.
(H3) mfn.
 dehaja
deha--ja [L=96651]
" body-born " , a son BhP. (cf. tanu-)

diś.
(H3) m.
[L=96652]the god of love ,
 dehatyāga
deha--tyāga [L=96654]
relinquishing the body , death Mn. x , 62 Ka1v. &c
(H3) m.
 dehatva
deha--tva [L=96655]
the state or condition of a body A1past.
(H3) n.
 dehada
deha--da [L=96656]
" body-(life?) giving " , quicksilver L. (cf. pāra-).
(H3) m.
 dehadāha
deha--dāha [L=96657]
" body-heat " , fever Ma1lati1m.
(H3) m.
 dehadīpa
deha--dīpa [L=96658]
" body-lamp " , the eye L.
(H3) m.
 dehadharma
deha--dharma [L=96659]
function or law of the body MW.
(H3) m.
 dehadhāt
deha--dhāt [L=96660]
(for dhātu?) chief part or element of the body Car. (cf. dhātu).
(H3) m.
 dehadhāraka
deha--dhāraka [p= 497,1] [L=96661]
" body Supporter " , bone L.
(H3) m.
 dehadhāraa
deha--dhāraa [L=96662]
" supporting the body " , living , life , existence MBh.
(H3) n.
 dehadhārin
deha--dhārin [L=96663]
having a body , living , alive Das3.
(H3) mfn.
 dehadhi
deha--dhi [L=96664]
" body-receptacle " , wing L.
(H3) m.
 dehadhk
deha--dhk [L=96665]
(nom.) " sustaining the body " , air , wind Sus3r.
(H3) m.
 dehapatana
deha--patana [L=96666]
( MBh. ) " decay of the body " , death.
(H3) n.
 dehapāta
deha--pāta [L=96667]
( Katha1s. ) " decay of the body " , death.
(H3) m.
 dehabandha
deha--bandha [L=96668]
furnished with a body Hariv. 9030 (baddha?).
(H3) mfn.
 dehabhāj
deha--bhāj [L=96669]
" possessed of a body " , corporeal

esp. man) , Ka1v. BhP.
(H3) m.
[L=96669.1]living creature (
 dehabhuj
deha--bhuj [L=96670]
" possessing a body " , N. of śiva MBh. xiii , 1067.
(H3) m.
 dehabht
deha--bht [L=96671]
" carrying a body " , embodied , corporeal
deha--bht [L=96672]
a living creature (esp. man) MBh. Ragh. Pur.
deha--bht [L=96673]
N. of śiva MBh. xiii , 1 067 (cf. -bhuj)
deha--bht [L=96674]
life , vitality W.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
(H3B) m.
 dehabheda
deha--bheda [L=96675]
" destruction of the body " , death S3vetUp. MBh.
(H3) m.
 dehamadhya
deha--madhya [L=96676]
" middle of the body " , waist Ra1matUp.
(H3) n.
 dehamātrāvaśeita
deha--mātrā* vaśeita [L=96677]
having merely the body left BhP.
(H3) mfn.
 dehamānin
deha--mānin [L=96678]
proud of the body MW.
(H3) mfn.
 dehambhara
deha--mbhara [L=96679]
intent (only) upon nourishing the body or prolonging life BhP. v , 26 , 3
(H3) mfn.
 dehayātrā
deha--yātrā [L=96682]
supporting the body or prolonging life BhP. Veda7ntas.

L.

L.
(H3) f.
[L=96683]food , nourishment
[L=96684]passing away of the body , dying , death
 deharakā
deha--rakā [L=96685]
" care of the body " , chastity MBh. iii , 17092.
(H3) f.
 dehalakaa
deha--lakaa [L=96686]
" body-mark " , mole L.
(H3) n.
 dehavat
deha--vat [L=96687]
furnished with a body , embodied R.
deha--vat [L=96688]
a living creature , man MBh. BhP.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
 dehavarman
deha--varman [L=96689]
" body-armour " , the skin Gal.
(H3) n.
 dehavāyu
deha--vāyu [L=96690]
" body-wind " , vital air L.
(H3) m.
 dehavisarjana
deha--visarjana [L=96691]
" quitting the body " , death MW.
(H3) n.
 dehavtti
deha--vtti [L=96692]
support of the body Katha1s.
(H3) f.
 dehavrinta
deha--vrinta [L=96693]
" body-stalk " , navel Gal.
(H3) n.
 dehasacāriī
deha--sacāriī [L=96695]
" issued from or passing through (her father's) body (?) " , a daughter L.
(H3) f.
 dehasāra
deha--sāra [L=96696]
" body essence " , marrow L.
(H3) m.
 dehasukha
deha--sukha [L=96698]
agreeable to the body Var.
(H3) mfn.
 dehātmavāda
dehā* tmavāda [L=96700]
" assertion that the soul is body " , materialism Madhus.
(H3) m.
 dehānta
dehā* nta [L=96702]
end of the body , death BhP.
(H3) m.
 dehāntara
dehā* ntara [L=96703]
another body MW.
(H3) n.
 dehāntaraprāpti
dehā* ntara---prā* pti [L=96704]
obtaining another body , transmigration id.
(H4) f.
 dehāri
dehā* ri [L=96705]
" foe of the body " , N. of śiva MBh. xiii , 1179 Sch. (as v.l. for kāhali).
(H3) m.
 dehāvaraa
dehā* varaa [L=96706]
" body-screen " , armour , dress MBh.
(H3) n.
 dehāsava
dehā* sava [L=96708]
" body-liquid " , urine Gal.
(H3) m.
 debeśvara
debe* śvara [L=96709]
" lord of the body " , the soul Ma1rkP.
(H3) m.
 dehotkampa
deho* tkampa [L=96710]
trembling of the body , Ma1lati1m. v , 19.
(H3) m.
 dehodbhava
deho* dbhava [L=96711]
born in the body , innate MW.
(H3) mfn.
 dehodbhūta
deho* d° bhūta [L=96712]
born in the body , innate MW.
(H3) mfn.
 dehin
dehin [L=96719]
having a body , corporeal
dehin [L=96720]
a living creature , man Mn. MBh. Ka1v. &c
dehin [L=96721]
the spirit , soul (enveloped in the body) Up. Bhag. Sus3r. BhP.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 daihya
dai° hya [p= 498,1] [L=96950]
ā)n. being in the body (ātman) ib.
dai° hya [L=96950.1]
the soul ib.
(H3) mf(
(H3B) m.