The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Svasarira- One’s own body



sarvataḥ svaśarīrasya dvādaśānte manolayāt |
dṛḍhabuddher dṛḍhībhūtaṃ tattvalakṣyam pravartate || 50 ||



svaśarīra
svá--śarīra [p= 1277,1] [L=258241]
one's own body or person R.
(H3) n.


Where śārīra refers to, “That which is easily dissolved.”


śarīra
śárīra [p= 1057,3] [L=213830]
(once in R. m. ; ifc. f(ā). ; either fr. √ śri and orig. = " support or supporter " cf. 2. śaraa and Mn. i , 7 ; or accord. to others , fr. √ ś , and orig. = " that which is easily destroyed or dissolved ") the body , bodily frame , solid parts of the body (pl. the bones) RV. &c

opp. to udaka &c ) MBh. VarBr2S. Pan5cat.

i.e. one's own person Mn. xi , 229

MW.

ib.
(H1) n.
[L=213831]any solid body (
[L=213832]one's body
[L=213833]bodily strength
[L=213834]a dead body






śārīra
śārīrá [p= 1066,2] [L=215782]
(ī)n. (fr. śarīra) bodily , corporeal , relating or belonging to or being in or produced from or connected with the body (with daṇḍa m. corporal punishment) S3Br. &c

Sus3r.
śārīrá [L=215784]
bodily constitution MBh. VarBr2S.
śārīrá [L=215785]
(in med.) the science of the body and its parts , anatomy Sus3r. Car.
śārīrá [L=215786]
the feces , excrement Mn. xi , 202
śārīrá [L=215787]
the embodied soul or spirit W.
śārīrá [L=215788]
= vṛṣa (?) L.
(H1) mf
[L=215783]made of bone
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.