The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Sanskrit Words for Instinct - svarasa, svasvabhava, svakara, svanurupa



svarasa


  • svarasa - m. own (unadulterated) juice or essence MBh. Car. &c
  • natural or peculiar flavour W.
  • proper taste or sentiment in composition ib.
  • a partic. astringent juice or decoction MW.
  • the sediment of oily substances ground on a stone W.
  • own inclination (-tas , " through own inclination " , " for pleasure ") A1pS3r. Sch.
  • feeling for one's own people Ka1v.
  • instinct of self-preservation (?) Yogas.
  • svá--rasa [L=258116]
  • mf(ā)n. agreeable or pleasant to one's taste , congenial Katha1s. TPra1t. Sch.


svasvabhāva

one's natural disposition



svarasa
svá--rasa [p= 1276,2] [L=258107]
own (unadulterated) juice or essence MBh. Car. &c

W.

ib.

partic. astringent juice or decoction MW.

W.

-tas , " through own inclination " , " for pleasure ") A1pS3r. Sch.

Ka1v.

Yogas.

L.
svá--rasa [L=258116]
(ā)n. agreeable or pleasant to one's taste , congenial Katha1s. TPra1t. Sch.
svá--rasa [L=258117]
N. of a mountain Pur.
sva-rasa [p= 1282,1] [L=259259]
&c » [p= 1276,2].
(H3) m.
[L=258108]natural or peculiar flavour
[L=258109]proper taste or sentiment in composition
[L=258110]a
[L=258111]the sediment of oily substances ground on a stone
[L=258112]own inclination (
[L=258113]feeling for one's own people
[L=258114]instinct of self-preservation (?)
[L=258115]analogy
(H3B) mf
(H3B) m.
(H1) sva-rāj


 yuddhasāra
yuddha--sāra [p= 855,1] [L=172071]
" battle-goer " , a horse L.
yuddha--sāra [L=172072]
instinct with combativeness , warlike , provoking (as speech) MBh.
(H3) m.
(H3B) mfn.



Sanskrit Words for One’s Own Nature

svasvabhāva
svá--svabhāva [L=258292]
one's natural disposition Mr2icch.
(H3) m.
 
svākāra
svā* kāra [p= 1277,2] [L=258313]
(for sv-āk° » p.1283) one's own nature , natural disposition Pan5cat.
svā* kāra [L=258314]
having one's own form W.
sv-ākāra [p= 1283,2] [L=259575]
(for svā*kāra » [p= 1277,2]) of decent or respectable appearance Hcar.
(H3) m.
(H3B) mfn.
(H1) mfn.
 
See also:


svānurūpa
svā* nurūpa [p= 1277,2] [L=258378]
resembling one's self , suited to one's character Katha1s.
1277,3] [L=258379]
W.
(H3) mfn.
[p= natural , innate

 svārtha
svā* rtha [L=258406]
one's own affair or cause , personal matter or advantage , self-interest , one's own aim or object (also pl.) MaitrUp. MBh. R. &c

MW.

Sa1h. Veda7ntas. TPra1t. Sch.

*rtha) , a pleonasm MW.

li*rtha-viśea L.
svā* rtha [L=258411]
(ā)n. directed to one's self egoistical (-tā f.) Kum. Tarkas. &c
svā* rtha [L=258412]
(ā)n. adapted to (its) purpose Car.
svā* rtha [L=258413]
(ā)n. having one's object , expressing (its) own inherent or true meaning , having a natural or literal meaning , having a similar merits (= *rtha) , pleonastic MW.
(H3) m.
[L=258407]one's own property or substance
[L=258408]own or original meaning
[L=258409]similar meaning (prob. for
[L=258410]=
(H3B) mf
(H3B) mf
(H3B) mf



svaprakāśa
svá--prakāśa [p= 1276,1] [L=258005]
clear or evident by itself (-tva n.) Up. Sa1h. &c
1276,1] [L=258006]
A.
1276,1] [L=258007]
of Comm.
(H3) mfn.
[p= self-luminous
[p= N.

svapradhāna
svá--pradhāna [p= 1276,1] [L=258013]
self-dependent , independent L.
(H3) mfn.





Sahaja-buddhi - instinct




-बुद्धि


सहजsahaja-buddhim.
instinct



Indian literature: Volume 10
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Sāhitya Akademi - 1967 - Snippet view
... following terms are used for instinct: Samvega, Avega, Pra- vritti, Prerand, Sahaja-buddhi, Svabhdva, Jdta-buddi and so on. However, I do not wish to go into the complicated question of technical terminology and its standardization. ...
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Caraka-saṃhitā: Chikitsa Sthana (chs. 1-14)
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Agniveśa, Dr̥ḍhabala, Priya Vrat Sharma - 1994 - Snippet view
Cakrapäni says atmabuddhi as sahaja buddhi ( innate intellect ) and Sastra as acquired intellect which is known as 'Vainayaki buddhi'.3 26. Here maitrl, karunä, muditä and upeksä — these four vrttis of yoga philosophy are applied to the ...
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Babel: revue international de la traduction: Volume 4
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International Federation of Translators - 1958 - Snippet view
Even in the text books on psychology there is no uniformity; for example, the following terms are used for instinct: samvega, ävega, pravritti, preranä, sahaja-buddhi, svabhäva, jäta-buddhi and so on. However, I do not wish to go into ...
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History of Mughal architecture: Volume 2
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R. Nath - Snippet view
... inexhaustible resourcefulness, more than Sher Shah possessed; indefatigable energy, perseverance and dedication to work; keen understanding and Sahaja- Buddhi, that common sense which enables one to look to the root of the problem; ...
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Compassion in Tibetan Buddhism
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Tsoṅ-kha-pa Blo-bzaṅ-grags-pa, Jeffrey Hopkins, Lati Rinbochay - 1980 - 263 pages - Snippet view
... rupadhatu arupyadhatu phala arthasimanya dana deva mahakaruna bhumi dvesha shravaka naraka abhyudaya manushya prcta avidyi prajnaptisat pratimoksha anurnana svabhavasiddhi sahaja buddhi/ mati tushita abhidharma paranirmitashavartin ...
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प्रेरणा preraNA f. inspiration
प्रेरणा preraNA f. inciting
प्रेरणा preraNA f. impelling
प्रेरणा preraNA f. urging
प्रेरणा preraNA f. command
प्रेरणा preraNA f. urge
प्रेरणा preraNA f. setting in motion
प्रेरणा preraNA f. direction
प्रेरणा preraNA f. impetus
प्रेरण preraNa m. incentive
प्रेरण preraNa n. urging
प्रेरण preraNa n. command
प्रेरण preraNa n. impelling to
प्रेरण preraNa n. setting in motion
प्रेरण preraNa n. activity
प्रेरण preraNa n. driving out
प्रेरण preraNa n. sense of the causal verb
प्रेरण preraNa n. action
प्रेरण preraNa n. direction
प्रेरण preraNa n. inciting