The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Tisthan-Situated


kapālāntar mano nyasya tiṣṭhan mīlitalocanaḥ |
krameṇa manaso dārḍhyāt lakṣayet laṣyam uttamam || 34 ||


Dmiti Semenov writes, “tiṣṭhan is nom. sing. of present active participle of verb sthā. meaning "standing", "positioning"

stha
stha [p= 1261,3] [L=255152]
[p= 1262,3].
stha [p= 1262,3] [L=255323]
(ā)n. (or ṣṭha) (only ifc.) standing , staying , abiding , being situated in , existing or being in or on or among (» agni- , garbha- , jala- , naraka- , rājya-stha &c )
1262,3] [L=255323.1]
» dhyāna- , yajña- , yoga- , savana-stha &c )
1262,3] [L=255323.2]
ibc. = sthala) L.
(H1) »
(H2) mf
[p= occupied with , engaged in , devoted to performing , practising (
[p= a place , ground (





A Sanskrit grammar: including both the classical language, and the ... - Page 350
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- 1879 - 485 pages - Free Google eBook - Read
'they make a practice of beating with a rod what is undeserving of punishment'. C. The same with the verbs at, 'sit', and stha, 'stand', ... Thus, juhvata usate (K.), 'they continue sacrificing'; fe 'pakramya prativavadato 'tisthan (AB. ...
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William Dwight Whitney




Miscellaneous examples of usage of tisthan:




Śrī Br̥had Bhāgavatāmr̥ta of Śrīla Sanātana Gosvāmī: Finding the ...
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TEXT 50 dtmdnam nitya-tat-kirti- sravanenopadhdrayan tan-mlirti-pdrsvatas tisthan rdjate 'dydpi purva-vat dtmdnam — himself; ... tisthanstanding; rdjate — he is present with splendor; adya api — even today; purva-vat — as previously. ...
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Sanātana Gosvāmī

Brahma Purāṇa: Volume 1
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... Sakuni, Dhanada (bestower of wealth), Annapati (Lord of cooked rice) , Virat ( Immense being) , Adharmaha (Destroyer of evil), Mahadaksa (very efficient), Dandadhari (Holder of staff) Ranapriya (fond of war), Tisthan (standing), ...
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J. L. Shastri - 1985 - 240 pages - Snippet view



Atharva-Veda samhitā: translated with a critical and exegetical ...: Volume 7 - Page 462
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, Charles Rockwell Lanman - 1905 - Free Google eBook - Read
Virtually all the authorities, too, leave tisthan unaccented (two out of fourteen of #SPP's and our Rsm tisthan) ... 17) in a savayajha, having as sava a cultivated field (urvardkhye savayajhe, comm.). Translated: Henry, 41, 116; ...
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William Dwight Whitney

The Sanskrit gerund: a synchronic, diachronic, and typological ...
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224 interpreted abhi+kram- as having durative atelic aspect: "If he were to sacrifice moving about, he would lose ... yam abhikramam juh6ti sabhikramanti yam apakramamynhbti sapakramanti yam samanatra tisthan juh6ti sa pratisthita ' That ...
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Bertil Tikkanen


A Sanskrit grammar: including both the classical language, and the ... - Page 350
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Thus, juhvata usate (K.), 'they continue sacrificing'; fe 'pakramya prativavadato 'tisthan (AB.), 'they, having gone off, kept vehemently refusing'. In the later language, stha is the verb oftenest used, with predicates of various kind, ...
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William Dwight Whitney


A Sanskrit grammar, including both the classical language, and the ... - Page 395
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The same with the verbs as sit and stha stand, with a like meaning. Thus, juhvata asate (K.) they continue sacrificing; te 'pakramya prativavadato ' tisthan (AB.) they, having gone off', kept vehemently refusing. In the later language, ...
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William Dwight Whitney

The Emergence of the Modern Language Sciences: Methodological ... - Page 159
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, Sheila M. Embleton, John Earl Joseph - 1999 - 335 pages - Preview
... dahann ait (go+lMPF) [Tandya- Brahmana] "he kept burning"; and prativadato ' tisthan (stand+lMPF) [Aitareya- ... past passive participle (krta "done" + -vant - krtavant "having done") with the copula: krtavdn asmi "1 have done". ...
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E. F. K. Koerner


The Yoga of delight, wonder, and astonishment: a translation of ... - Page 142
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- 1991 - 173 pages - Google eBook - Preview
VERSE 155 Asyam anucaran tisthan mahanandamaye'dhvare / Taya devya samavistah pararn bhairavam apnuyat // 155 TRANSLATION In that great goddess there is the great joy (of the conjunction of 'sa' and 'ha' ie of the mantra so'ham) which ...
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Jaideva Singh

The serpent power: being the Ṣaṭ-cakra-nirūpana and ... - Page 54
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, Sir John George Woodroffe, Pūrṇānanda - 1974 - 529 pages - Preview
2 Yah sarvesu bhutesu tisthan: yah sarvani bhutani antaro yamayati (Brih. Up., iii. 7, 15). The Jlva is in Mayavada thus Caitanya-rupa with the Upadhi ajnana and its effects, mind and body, and which is Abhi- manin, or attributor to ...
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Arthur Avalon

Ritual and speculation in early tantrism: studies in honour of ... - Page 126
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Teun Goudriaan - 1992 - 359 pages - Google eBook - Preview
Then having assigned the Sakti of the throne in his heart, having meditated, having worshipped [her] with the mental acts of homage ... vanmanastvak- caksuhsrvtrajihvaghranapadapanipayupasthanthaivagatya sukham circam tisthan- tu namah. ...
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André Padoux,

The Sāṁkhya-pravacana-bhāṣya: or, Commentary on the exposition of ... - Page 108
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, Vijñānabhikṣu, Richard Garbe - 1895 - 196 pages - Free Google eBook - Read
80. çru tir api jïvan-mukte 'sti " dïksayäi 'va naro mucyet, tisthen mukto 'pi vigrahe ; kuläla-cakra-madhya-stho ... iti väcyam ; " vyutthäna-nirodha- samskärayor abhibhava-prädurbhäväu nirodha-parinäma " iti Yoga-sütratas tat> siddheh; ...
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Vijñāna Bhikshu

Upaniṣadyoga and Pātañjalayoga: a comparative approach
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, University of Calcutta - 1989 - 164 pages - Snippet view
In the book of yoga there are sixteen parts of mantrayoga— bhakti, suddhi, asana , pancangasevana, acara, dharana, ... Yogatattvopanisad, verses 23-24, layayogas cittalayah kotisah pariklrttitah/ gacchans tisthan svapan bhunjan dhyayen ...
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Asoke Chatterjee


The supreme Yoga: Yoga Vāsiṣṭha - Page 75
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drasta drsvatava tisthan drastrtam upajivati satyarh katakasarhvittau hema kancanatam Iva (80) THE KING continued: In the twinkling of an eye this infinite consciousness experiences an epoch within itself, even as in the course of a ...
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Swami Venkatesananda


The forceful yoga: being the translation of Hathayoga-Pradipika, ... - Page 233
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, G.P. Bhatt, Rai Bahadur - 2004 - 275 pages - Preview
... dharmdtmd paramdtmani Byate // 117 // When at the time of death, a Yogi meditates on this lotus, leaving this life, that holy one is absorbed in Paramatma. tisthan gacchan svapan bhunjan yo dhydnam kurute narah / pdpakarmavikurvdno ...
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Pancham Sinh