The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Srotas-Current, stream, torrent, rush, channels


sarvasrotonibandhena prāṇaśaktyordhvayā śanaiḥ |
pipīlasparśavelāyām prathate paramaṃ sukham || 67 ||


srotas
  • n. the current or bed of a river , a river , stream , torrent RV. &c
  • water
  • rush , violent motion or onset of
  • the course or current of nutriment in the body , channel or course for conveying food
  • an aperture in the human or animal body (reckoned to be 9 in men and 11 in women)
  • the spout of a jar Sus3r.
  • an organ of sense
  • lineage , pedigree



srotas
srótas [p= 1274,3] [L=257699]
the current or bed of a river , a river , stream , torrent RV. &c
1274,3] [L=257700]
Naigh. i , 12
1274,3] [L=257701]
comp.) Ka1v. Pur. Sarvad.
1274,3] [L=257702]
» ūrdhva- and tiryak-sr°)
1274,3] [L=257703]
Sus3r.
1274,3] [L=257704]
Sus3r.
1274,3] [L=257705]
S3vetUp. R. &c
1274,3] [L=257706]
MBh.
(H2) n.
[p= water
[p= rush , violent motion or onset of (
[p= the course or current of nutriment in the body , channel or course for conveying food (
[p= an aperture in the human or animal body (reckoned to be 9 in men and 11 in women)
[p= the spout of a jar
[p= an organ of sense
[p= lineage , pedigree (?)


Herbal treatment of children: Western and Ayurvedic perspectives - Page 80
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- 2005 - 333 pages - Preview
For proper functioning of a healthy body the srotas must be open to allow free circulation of nutrients and other ... Srotas which connect us with the outside environment are: ● Prana Vaha Srotas: Carry wind (prana) through the ...
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Anne McIntyre


Treatise on Ayurveda - Page 77
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- 2005 - 356 pages - Preview
The anna vaha srotas (gestro-interstinal tract) is an example of a srotas which has an opening or samvruta, ... The synonyms sthana, interpreted in the subtler sense as dheaparamanu or cells; Asamvruta srotas as 'closed circuit and ...
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Srikantha Arunachalan

Ayurveda and Marma Therapy: Energy Points in Yogic Healing - Page 92
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, Avinash Lele, Subhash Ranade - 2003 - 272 pages - Google eBook - Preview
Annavaha Srotas — Nabhi (navel), Indrabasti, Kurchashira digestive system, gi tract 3. ... Medavaha Srotas — Basti (bladder) Katikataruna, Nitamba adipose system 8. Asthivaha Srotas — Kukundara, Katikataruna, Janu (knee) Manibandha, ...
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David Frawley

Ayurveda for health & Well-Being - Page 74
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CHANNELS, SROTAS Srotas, the channels through which energy and information circulate : • Prana-vaha carry the vital force • Udaka-vaha are fluid carrying • Anna-vaha are food carrying • Dhatu-vaha are the substrates for tissues ...
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Shanti Gowans

a history of indian philosophy - Page 347
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In the Caraka-samhita srotas means properly the path through which the successive evolutionary products of the body- constituents (dhatus) or other kinds of secretion run and accumulate together with elements of their own types2 . ...
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The yoga of herbs: an ayurvedic guide to herbal medicine - Page 21
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, Vasant Lad - 1992 - 251 pages - Google eBook - Preview
Purishavaha srotas: the channels which carry the feces, the excretory system. 12 . Mutravaha srotas: the channels that carry urine or the urinary system. 13. Svedavaha srotas: the channels that carry sweat or the sebaceous system. ...
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David Frawley


Note also:

srota āpatti
srota--āpatti [p= 1274,3] [L=257696]
entrance into the river (leading to nirvāa) Buddh.
(H3) f.

srotasya
srotasyá [p= 1274,3] [L=257712]
flowing in streams AV.
srotasyá [p= 1274,3] [L=257713]
a thief. L.
srotasyá [p= 1274,3] [L=257714]
N. of śiva L.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.