Kala Shakti-Force or power of Time


According to Swami Satyasangananda Saraswati

“One of the kanchukas; limiting aspect of energy which restricts the creative power of individual consciousness and body; ray or force which emanates from the nucleus of bindu due to vibrations caused by nada; part of letter or word.”

-Sri Vijnana Bhairava Tantra: The Ascent by Swami Satyasangananda Saraswati, p 481


Inner Tantric Yoga: Working with the Universal Shakti: Secrets of ... - Page 61
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David Frawley - 2009 - 266 pages - Google eBook - Preview
The best way to honor Kala Shakti among the Goddesses is to worship Kali, particularly in her form as the Eternal Mother. Time arises from the Prana or life-force of Shiva. The love aspect of Shiva's Prana creates Kali to guide us back ...
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The Presence of Siva - Page 275
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Stella Kramrisch - 1994 - 514 pages - Preview
their fear and restored peace to them. Kala, Time, is but a nuance of Mara, the Destroyer. Kala knows no peace. Kala is perpetual movement, has and gives no rest, races along from beginning to end, without respite, merciless, ...
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The roots of Tantra - Page 242
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Katherine Anne Harper, Robert L. Brown - 2002 - 270 pages - Google eBook - Preview
of the universe, Kala or Mahakala devours the entire universe, but the supreme goddess who is the spouse of Mahakala or ... Canda and Munda.52 Ratri, then, was the agent of destruction and eliminator of oppressive forces and ignorance. ...
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Essential of Āyurveda: text and translation of Ṣoḍaśāṅgahṛdayam - Page 11
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Priya Vrat Sharma - 1998 - 296 pages - Preview
according to source — sahaja (congenital), kalaja (derived from the time-factor) and yuktikrta (produced from application of drugs etc.). (98-99) Kala (Time) According to position of the sun eg summer solstice and winter solstice ...
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Dialogics of Self, the Mahabharata and Culture: The History of ... - Page 70
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Lakshmi Bandlamudi - 2010 - 316 pages - Preview
The Sanskrit philologist Bhartrhari, a philosopher of the fifth century, viewed Kala (Time) as the “driving force” in all meaning-making activities, as he said, By means of activities similar to the turning of the water wheel, ...
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  1. Mahanirvana Tantra of the Great Liberation - Page 14
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  1. Arthur Avalon - 2004 - 320 pages - Preview

  1. kala. The Tantra also speaks of three Vindus, namely Shiva−maya, Shakti−maya, and Shiva−shakti−maya. ...
    The term mula−mantratmika, when applied to the Devi, refers to this subtle body of Hers known as the Kama−
  1. Mahanirvana Tantra: Tantra of the Great Liberation - Page 7
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  1. kala. The Tantra also speaks of three Vindus, namely Shiva-maya, Shakti-maya, and Shiva-shakti-maya. ...
    The term mula-mantratmika, when applied to the Devi, refers to this subtle body of Hers known as the Kama-
    1. Inner Tantric Yoga: Working with the Universal Shakti: Secrets of ... - Page 61
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    1. Kala Shakti is through vedic astrology, the science of time and light, ... The best way to honor Kala Shakti among the Goddesses is to worship Kali, particularly in her form as the Eternal Mother. ...
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    1. Shakti and Shâkta: essays and addresses on the Shâkta Tantrashâstra - Page 271
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    1. Sir John George Woodroffe - 1951 - 734 pages - Full view
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    1. or Shakti corresponds with the Samkhyan Mula-prakriti or Samyavas- tha of the three Gunas and the Vedantic Maya. ... When the Brahman manifests, It is called Shakti, which is the magnificent concept round which Tantra is built. ...
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    An introduction to Mādhva Vedānta - Page 60
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    Deepak Sarma - 2003 - 159 pages - Preview
    Why is kala, time, held to be nitydnitya, both eternal and non-eternal? Time is eternal in the sense that it comprises past, present and future, and moreover the past and future continue infinitely. Even conceiving of a time before or ...
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    Ragas in Indian classical music: Volume 1 - Page 250
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    Anupam Mahajan - 1989 - 138 pages - Preview
    According to him, a Matra is equal to the time taken to pronounce five short letters. Laghu is equal to one Matra. Marga : After the Kala (time), Narada describes about the term Marga. Literally 'Marga' means a way, path, method. ...
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    Prajāpati's rise to higher rank - Page 64
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    Jan Gonda - 1986 - 208 pages - Preview
    The few references found in the Atharvaveda to the relation between Prajapati and Kala (Time) are of special interest.1 According to AVS. 19, 53, 10 (AVP. 12, 2, 10) it is time — here also considered to be "une realite objective ...
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