The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Hridaya - Heart


hṛdyākāśe nilīnākṣaḥ padmasampuṭamadhyagaḥ |
ananyacetāḥ subhage paraṃ saubhāgyam āpnuyāt || 49 ||

hdaya
hṛ́daya [p= 1302,3] [L=263742]
(ifc. f(ā).) the heart (or region of the heart as the seat of feelings and sensations ; hdaye-k , " to take to heart ") , soul , mind (as the seat of mental operations ; capala-hdaya , " fickle-minded ")





prajāpate) N. of a sāma
hṛ́daya
a partic. Sunday
hṛ́daya
going to the heart
(H2) n.
[L=263743]the heart or interior of the body
[L=263744]the heart or centre or core or essence or best or dearest or most secret part of anything
[L=263745]true or divine knowledge, the veda
[L=263747]science
[L=263748](with
(H2B) m.
(H2B) mfn.


hdya
hṛ́dya [p= 1303,1] [L=263875]
(ā)n. being in the heart , internal , inward , inmost , innermost RV.

RV. TBr. BhP.

Mn. MBh. &c

ib.

L.
hṛ́dya [L=263880]
the wood-apple tree L.
hṛ́dya [L=263881]
a Vedic mantra employed to effect the subjection of an enemy or rival L.
hṛ́dya [L=263883]
red arsenic L.
hṛ́dya [L=263884]
a she-goat L.
hṛ́dya [L=263885]
white cumin L.
hṛ́dya [L=263886]
the aromatic bark of Laurus Cassia L.
hṛ́dya [L=263887]
thick sour milk L.
hṛ́dya [L=263888]
intoxicating drink made from honey or the blossoms of Bassia Latifolia L.
(H2) mf
[L=263876]pleasing or dear to the heart , beloved , cherished
[L=263877]grateful , pleasant , charming , lovely
[L=263878]pleasant to the stomach savoury , dainty (as food)
[L=263879]proceeding from or produced in the heart.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.






The Taittirīya-upanishad - Page 80
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, Sureśvarācārya, Mādhava (son of Māyaṇa, called Vidyārṇya) - 1903 - 791 pages - Free Google eBook - Read
Now the sruti declares that the hridaya- akasa, the bright space in the heart, is the proper place for the contemplation and immediate perception of that Brahman whose limbs the other Gods are, just as the salagrama stone is the proper ...
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Śaṅkarācārya

The vision of self in early Vedānta
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- 1975 - 266 pages - Snippet view
passages in the Upanisads making references to the cave of the heart (guham) the ether of the heart (hrdaya-akasa), the heart-lotus (hrd-padmam ) ; "The Atman, which is subtler than what is subtle, greater than what is great, ...
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William Beidler

The Advaita of art - Page 47
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- 1996 - 194 pages - Preview
Coomaraswamy draws our attention to the Upanisadic term antar-hrdaya-akasa or the "immanent space in the heart... at which place the only possible experience of reality takes place"; "it is the totality of this ideal space at the ...
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Harsha V. Dehejia
Dehejia, in the above book, writes, “Ranindra Tagore refers to the ‘cave of the heart . . where the song is heard.” Ami chini go chini (from a poem in Bengali by Tagore).”


Mantra Yoga and Primal Sound: Secrets of Seed (Bija) Mantras - Page 187
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- 2010 - 192 pages - Google eBook - Preview
43 Yogini Hridaya Tantra, Pujasamketa 30-31. 44 Aitareya Aranyaka II.3.8. 45 A is Ananta, the infinite, endless or boundless, an-anta. It is akshara, the primal letter, the central point, the undecaying a-k
David Frawley

Tantra: the path of ecstasy - Page 75
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- 1998 - 314 pages - Preview
The Tantric adepts speak of the ultimate Reality as cit (''conscious'' or '' consciousness''), caitanya (that which is conscious), or para ̄-samvid (supreme knowing), or hridaya (heart). The last designation is particularly interesting, ...
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Georg Feuerstein

Inner Tantric Yoga: Working with the Universal Shakti: Secrets of ... - Page 217
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- 2009 - 266 pages - Google eBook - Preview
and the Spiritual Heart Most Tantric Yoga approaches emphasize the seven chakras , with the highest Self-realization occurring with the ... The hridaya or spiritual heart is said to be the place where the Atman or higher Self dwells. ...
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David Frawley

Tantric yoga and the wisdom goddesses: spiritual secrets of ayurveda - Page 101
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- 1996 - 256 pages - Preview
Hrim refers to the heart (Hridaya). It also relates to Hri, which is modesty. The mantra Hrim is the general mantra of Shiva's consort and of Maheshvari, the supreme Goddess. It can be used for all the Ten Wisdom Goddesses, ...
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David Frawley



A Sanskrit-English dictionary: etymologically and philologically ... - Page 436
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- 2005 - 1333 pages - Preview
Tantra-essence,' N. of a compilation. — hridaya, n. N. of a work, Tantras. ii. Tantra- ntariya, in. pi. the Slrpkhya philosophers, Badar. ii, 4, 9, Sch. Tant r avSpa, n. sg. ' attention to the affairs of both one's own and an enemy's ...
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Sir Monier Monier-Williams

The supreme wisdom of the Upaniṣads: an introduction - Page 446
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- 1998 - 558 pages - Preview
unfolding of the individual's Atma-jhana or Atma-consciousness. But what exactly is dahara akasa, ... (3) Akasa is regarded as a name for Brahman, and dahara akasa and antar-hrdaya akasa as designations of Brahman. ...
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Klaus G. Witz

Psychotherapy in Indian medicine (āyurveda): with special ...
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It has used the words manas y sattva and cetas as synonymous/ 3 The Taittiriyopanisad says that 'manomaya purusa* resides in 'hrdaya akasa.3i Caraka Samhita also seems to emphasise that the seat of antaratman is hrdaya. ...
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Satya Pal Gupta


mfn. going to the heart Bha1gP. (fr. hṛd aya Sch.)


The Principal Upaniṣads: Chandogya-Brihadaranyaka
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, Krishnacharya Tamanacharya Pandurangi - 1999 - Snippet view
Yajnavalkya said : Hridaya ie, the Supreme God designated as Hrdaya and present in Hrdaya is the abode. Akasa ie, Rama is Pratima. One should meditate upon him as Sthiti ie, support. Janaka asked : What is support ? ...
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Mādhva

The ten great cosmic powers (daśa mahāvidyās)
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- 1972 - 132 pages - Snippet view
... of Divine Delight; Bhuvaneshwari is in the heart-space, hrdaya akasa, anahata, the seat of the sun, the source of knowledge; Tripura Bhairavi is in the basic centre, muladhara, the seat of the fire, the initiation of activity. ...
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S. Shankaranarayanan

Yogataravali: a lyrical work on yoga
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Sri Sankara in his Sutra Bhashya refers to the Purva and Uttara Dahara vidya; so also does Sri Ramanuja in Sri Bhashya in order to establish that God as Antarya- min is in the Hridaya-Akasa of all beings. Thus we see that there are ...
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Śaṅkarācārya





Heart Words in Sanskrit


hdayalekha
hṛ́daya--lekha [p= 1302,3] [L=263801]
" heart-impression " , knowledge MW.

cf. hl-l°) ib.
(H3) m.
[L=263802]" heart-furrow " , anxiety (


hllekha
hl--lekha [p= 1303,2] [L=263910]
" heart-furrow " , anxiety of the mind , disquietude (accord. to some also f(ā).) MBh.

W.
(H3) m.
[L=263911]" heart-impression " , knowledge , reasoning







 hdayakampa
hṛ́daya--kampa [L=263752]
tremor or throb of the heart , palpitation MW.

(H3) m.
 hdayakampana
hṛ́daya--kampana [L=263753]
stirring or agitating the heart MBh.
hṛ́daya--kampana [L=263754]
throbbing or palpitation of the heart MW.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) n.
 hdayaklama
hṛ́daya--klama [L=263755]
weakness of the heart Sus3r.
(H3) m.
 hdayakobha
hṛ́daya--kobha [L=263756]
agitation of the heart Ven2is.
(H3) m.
 hdayagata
hṛ́daya--gata [L=263757]
dwelling in the heart VP.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayagranthi
hṛ́daya--granthi [L=263758]
" heart-knot " , anything which binds the soul or grieves the heart Veda7ntas. BhP.
(H3) m.
 hdayagraha
hṛ́daya--graha [L=263759]
seizure or spasm of the heart Car.
(H3) m.
 hdayagrāhin
hṛ́daya--grāhin [L=263762]
captivating the heart R. Kir.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayagama
hṛ́daya---gama [L=263763]
(ā)n. touching the heart MBh. R. &c

-tā f.) Bhat2t2.
(H3) mf
[L=263764]coming from the heart (
 hdayacchid
hṛ́daya--cchid [L=263768]
heart-piercing MBh. R.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayaja
hṛ́daya--já [L=263769]
belonging or corresponding to the interior TBr.
hṛ́daya--já [L=263770]
" heart-born " , a son BhP.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m.
 hdayajña
hṛ́daya--jña [L=263771]
knowing i.e. agreeing with the heart ChUp.

ifc.) knowing the secret of (-tva n.) MBh. Hariv. Pur.
(H3) mfn.
[L=263772](
 hdayajvara
hṛ́daya--jvara [L=263773]
anguish of heart , Ven2is.
(H3) m.
 hdayadāhin
hṛ́daya--dāhin [L=263776]
heart-burning Bhartr2.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayadeśa
hṛ́daya--deśa [L=263780]
the region of the heart Gr2S3rS.
(H3) m.
 hdayadaurbalya
hṛ́daya--daurbalya [L=263781]
weakness of heart , faintheartedness Bhag.
(H3) n.
 hdayadrava
hṛ́daya--drava [L=263782]
too rapid throbbing of the heart Car.
(H3) m.
 hdayapurua
hṛ́daya--purua [L=263789]
pulsation or beating of the heart Gobh. Sch.
(H3) m.
 hdayapramāthin
hṛ́daya--pramāthin [L=263792]
agitating or disturbing the heart Ma1lav.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayapriya
hṛ́daya--priya [L=263794]
(ā)n. dear to the heart , beloved Hit.

Sus3r.
(H3) mf
[L=263795]pleasant , dainty (as food)
 hdayabandhana
hṛ́daya--bandhana [L=263796]
captivating or winning the heart Bcar.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayaroga
hṛ́daya--roga [L=263800]
heart-disease Pa1n2. 6-3 , 51.
(H3) m.
 hdayalekha
hṛ́daya--lekha [L=263801]
" heart-impression " , knowledge MW.

cf. hl-l°) ib.
(H3) m.
[L=263802]" heart-furrow " , anxiety (
 hdayalehya
hṛ́daya--lehya [L=263803]
to be " licked " i.e. enjoyed by the heart , delightful , Pracan2d2.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayavat
hṛ́daya--vat [L=263804]
having a heart , tender-hearted , kind W.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayavallabha
hṛ́daya--vallabha [L=263805]
the beloved of the heart , Ratna7v.
(H3) m.
 hdayavirodha
hṛ́daya--virodha [L=263806]
oppression of the heart Car.
(H3) m.
 hdayavtti
hṛ́daya--vtti [L=263807]
disposition or inclination of heart Bhartr2.
(H3) f.
 hdayavedhin
hṛ́daya--vedhin [L=263808]
heart-piercing MW.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayavyathā
hṛ́daya--vyathā [L=263809]
heart-pang , mental anguish MBh.
(H3) f.
 hdayavyādhi
hṛ́daya--vyādhi [L=263810]
heart-ache (lit. and fig.) Kshem.
(H3) m.
 hdayaśalya
hṛ́daya--śalya [L=263811]
a thorn or wound in the heart MW.
(H3) n.
 hdayaśūla
hṛ́daya--śūlá [p= 1303,1] [p= 1302,3] [L=263812]
a spit for roasting the heart of a victim (also applied to the act of roasting ; °*nta m. " the end of the act of roasting " ; mfn. " ending with it ") TS. S3Br. Gr2S3rS.
(H3) m.
 hdayaśoka
hṛ́daya--śoka [p= 1303,1] [L=263814]
heart-sorrow , a pang of grief Pa1n2. 6-3 , 51.
(H3) m.
 hdayaśoaa
hṛ́daya--śoaa [L=263815]
heart-withering MW.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayaśri
hṛ́daya--śrí [L=263816]
clinging to or laying hold of the heart AV.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayasasarga
hṛ́daya--sasarga [L=263817]
union of heart A1pGr2.
(H3) m.
 hdayasaghaṭṭa
hṛ́daya--saghaṭṭa [L=263818]
paralysis of the heart Campak.
(H3) m.
 hdayasadhi
hṛ́daya--sadhi [L=263819]
a place of juncture of the heart Sus3r.
(H3) m.
 hdayasanihita
hṛ́daya--sanihita [L=263820]
placed or deposited near the heart (voc. f. e , " oh , beloved of my heart! ") S3ak.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayasammita
hṛ́daya--sammita [L=263821]
breast-high , as high as the heart S3a1n3khS3r.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayastha
hṛ́daya--stha [L=263823]
being in the heart (as wishes) Pan5cat.

Sus3r.
(H3) mfn.
[L=263824]being in the body (as worms)
 hdayasthalī
hṛ́daya--sthalī [L=263825]
" heart-region " , the breast Dharmas3.
(H3) f.
 hdayaspś
hṛ́daya--spś [L=263828]
touching (the region of) the heart Gobh.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayahārin
hṛ́daya--hārin [L=263829]
ravishing or fascinating the heart Ra1jat. S3a1rn3g.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayākāśa
hdayā* kāśa [L=263830]
the hollow or cavity of the heart. IndSt.
(H3) m.
 hdayāgra
hdayā* gra [L=263831]
having the heart as its point JaimUp.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayānanda
hdayā* nanda [L=263833]
(with vidyā*la-kāra) " heart's joy " , N. of an author Cat.
(H3) m.
 hdayānuga
hdayā* nuga [L=263834]
(ā)n. gratifying the heart Ka1m.
(H3) mf
 hdayāvagāha
hdayā* vagāha [L=263840]
plunged into the heart Bcar.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayāvarjaka
hdayā* varjaka [L=263841]
winning the heart of any one Ra1jat.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayāvidh
hdayā-vídh [L=263842]
heart-piercing RV. Bhat2t2.

AV.
(H3) mfn.
[L=263843]sore in heart
 hdayeśa
hdaye* śa [L=263844]
" heart's-lord " , a husband Ka1v.

of a king Inscr.
(H3) m.
[L=263845]N.
 hdayodaka
hdayo* daka [L=263848]
upheaving the heart MW.
hdayo* daka [L=263849]
heart-disturbing ib.
(H3) m.
(H3B) mfn.
 hdayodvartana
hdayo* dvartana [L=263850]
" heart-splitting " , N. of a demon Hariv.
(H3) m.
 hdayodveṣṭana
hdayo* dveṣṭana [L=263851]
contraction of the heart Sus3r.
(H3) n.
 hdayopakartin
hdayo* pakartin [L=263854]
suffering from a partic. heart-disease Car.
(H3) mfn.
 hdayopasaraa
hda° yo* pasaraa [L=263856]
N. of partic. diseases of the heart Car.
(H3) n.
 hdayaupaśa
hdayau* paśá [L=263857]
a partic. fleshy part of the heart VS.

du.) heart and pericardium TS. (Sch.)
(H3) m.
[L=263858](
 hdayin
hdayin [L=263863]
having a heart , tender-hearted , hearty Pa1n2. 5-2 , 122 Va1rtt. 5 Pat.
(H2) mfn.
 hdayeśaya
hdaye-śaya [L=263864]
(loc. of hdaya ś°) lying or being in the heart , inward (as anger) R.
(H2) mfn.
 hdayya
hdayyá [L=263865]
(ā)n. being in the heart , heart-felt RV. AV.

BhP.
(H2) mf
[L=263866]dear to the heart
 hdiśaya
hdi--śaya [L=263868]
lying or remaining in the heart MBh.
(H3) mfn.
 hdistha
hdi--stha [L=263869]
being in the heart S3vetUp. Sus3r. &c

R. BhP.
(H3) mfn.
[L=263870]beloved , dear
 hdispś
hdi--spṛ́ś [L=263871]
touching the heart , charming , lovely RV. A1s3vS3r. BhP.
(H3) mfn.
 hdya
hṛ́dya [L=263875]
(ā)n. being in the heart , internal , inward , inmost , innermost RV.

RV. TBr. BhP.

Mn. MBh. &c

ib.

L.
hṛ́dya [L=263880]
the wood-apple tree L.
hṛ́dya [L=263881]
a Vedic mantra employed to effect the subjection of an enemy or rival L.
hṛ́dya [L=263883]
red arsenic L.
hṛ́dya [L=263884]
a she-goat L.
hṛ́dya [L=263885]
white cumin L.
hṛ́dya [L=263886]
the aromatic bark of Laurus Cassia L.
hṛ́dya [L=263887]
thick sour milk L.
hṛ́dya [L=263888]
intoxicating drink made from honey or the blossoms of Bassia Latifolia L.
(H2) mf
[L=263876]pleasing or dear to the heart , beloved , cherished
[L=263877]grateful , pleasant , charming , lovely
[L=263878]pleasant to the stomach savoury , dainty (as food)
[L=263879]proceeding from or produced in the heart.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
 hdyatama
hṛ́dya--tama [L=263896]
most pleasant or dear to the heart MBh.


(H3) mfn.
 हृदय