Samavesha - Entering Togetherrudraśaktisamāveśas tat kṣetram bhāvanā parā |
anyathā tasya tattvasya kā pūjā kāś ca tṛpyati || 151 ||samāveśa
Pratyabhijna karika of Utpaldeva: basic text on Pratyabhijna ...: Volume 1
entering together or at once , entering Cat.
|(H2) sam-āveśa [p= 1162,3] [L=234616]||m.|
comp.) RPra1t. Hariv.
|[L=234617]||meeting , penetration , absorption into (|
|[L=234618]||simultaneous occurrence , co-existence |
Va1rtt. on Pa1n2. Ka1s3.
|[L=234619]||(in gram.) applying together , common applicability of a term |
Un2. i , 108 Sch.
|[L=234620]||agreeing with , agreement |
Meditation for the Love of It: Enjoying Your Own Deepest Experience
|R. K. Kaw - 1975 - Snippet view|
Abhinavagupta was himself a born Yogin (Yoginibhu) who constantly practised Shaiva-samavesha in his life. ... For this reason even the value of Shaiva Yoga (Shaiva Samavesha) dealt with briefly in the Pratyabhijna Shastra cannot be ...
Hindu culture and personality: a psycho-analytic study
|Sally Kempton - 2010 - 408 pages - Google eBook - Preview|
... again, samadhi, the state of complete absorption; or samavesha (literally, “ sameness with divine Presence”), the state of merging into your own Consciousness. Of course, there are several levels of ...
Secrets of kuṇḍalinī in Panchastavi
|Philip Spratt - 1966 - 400 pages - Snippet view|
The various disciplines taught to aspirants of different levels all end in the same way: ". . .the individual will be able to see the world with a higher vision and will get the samavesha (merging) of the supreme consciousness. ...
Yoga Journal - Mar 2008 - Page 96
|Gopi Krishna - 1978 - 245 pages - Snippet view|
31 The state of perennial union with universal consciousness is described in the commentary on Pratyabhijna Hridayam thus: —"On the attainment of the bliss of consciousness, ie on the attainment of 'Samavesha' (contemplative experience ...
|No. 209 - 152 pages - Magazine - Full view|
Easton is also teaming up with her husband, Scott Blossom, and a group of experts in the Tantric tradition to teach Samavesha Yoga, an approach that blends asana with philosophy, mantra, pranayama, and meditation. ...
entering , taking possession Sam2ska1rak.
|(H3) sam-° āveśana [L=234621]||n.|
|[L=234622]||consummation of marriage , |
entering into together , complete entrance , going into (loc. or comp.) Ka1tyS3r. MBh. R.
|(H2) sam-praveśa [p= 1176,2] [L=236570]||m.|
|[L=236571]||place of entrance , place entered by (|
(ī)n. causing to lie down TA1r.
|(H3) saṃ-° véśana [p= 1116,1] [L=226296]||mf|
lying down RV. Gr2S3rS. BhP.
|(H3B) saṃ-° véśana [L=226297]||n.|
entering , going in S3am2k.
|(H3B) saṃ-° véśana [L=226298]||n.|
sexual union , coition Ka1tyS3r.
|(H3B) saṃ-° véśana [L=226299]||n.|
a seat , bench L.
|(H3B) saṃ-° véśana [L=226300]||n.|
entering or sitting down together , entrance into , settlement (acc. with √ kṛ or vi- √dhā , " to take up a position , settle down ") Ka1v. Sus3r.
|(H2) saṃ-niveśa [p= 1147,2] [L=232112]||m.|
ifc. " situated in or on ") Sus3r. Ka1lid. Va1s.
|[L=232113]||seat , position , situation (|
|[L=232114]||station , encampment , abode , place |
|[L=232116]||an open place or play-ground in or near a town (where people assemble for recreation) |
|[L=232117]||assembling together , assembly , crowd |
|[L=232118]||causing to enter , putting down together |
|[L=232119]||insertion , inclusion |
|[L=232120]||attachment to any pursuit |
|[L=232121]||impression (of a mark ; |
|[L=232122]||foundation (of a town) |
Ka1v. Pur. Sa1h.
|[L=232123]||putting together , fabrication , construction , composition , arrangement |
tvaṣṭṛ and racanā) BhP.
|[L=232124]||Construction personified (as son of |
Ragh. Uttarar. BhP.
|[L=232125]||form , figure , appearance |
|[L=232126]||form of an asterism |