The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Akasha - Open Space


hṛdyākāśe nilīnākṣaḥ padmasampuṭamadhyagaḥ |
ananyacetāḥ subhage paraṃ saubhāgyam āpnuyāt || 49 ||



ākāśa
ā-kāśá [p= 127,1] [L=22103]
(Ved.) or (later) n. (ifc. f(ā).) a free or open space , vacuity AitBr. S3Br. MBh. &c

Naigh. S3Br. Mn. &c
ā-kāśá [L=22105]
(in philos.) the subtle and ethereal fluid (supposed to fill and pervade the universe and to be the peculiar vehicle of life and of sound) Veda1ntas. &c
ā-kāśá [L=22106]
brahma (as identical with ether) L.
ā-kāśá [L=22107]
= ākāśa-bhāita below Comm. on S3ak.
ā-kāśa [p= 1318,3] [L=317720]
comp.)
(H2) m.
[L=22104]the ether , sky or atmosphere
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2) (in
 ākāśānantyāyatana
ākāśā* nantyā* yatana [p= 127,1] [L=22150]
" abode of infinity or of infinite space " , N. of a world Buddh.
ā-kā--° śā* nantyā* yatana [p= 1319,1] [L=317720.6]
m. pl. N. of a class of gods, MWB. 213 (also °tano*paga, Dharmas. 129)
(H3) n.
(H3) (also)
 ākāśāstikāya
ākāśā* stikāya [p= 127,1] [L=22151]
the ontologic category of space Jain.
(H3) m.