The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Atyanta-Absolute


atraikatamayuktisthe yotpadyeta dinād dinam |
bharitākāratā sātra tṛptir
atyantapūrṇatā || 148 ||



atyanta
aty-anta [p= 16,3] [L=3407]
beyond the proper end or limit





Pat.
(H1) mfn.
[L=3408]excessive , very great , very strong
[L=3409]endless , unbroken , perpetual
[L=3410]absolute , perfect
[L=3412]to the end
[L=3414]quite




atyantābhāva
atyantā* bhāva [p= 17,1] [L=3431]
absolute non-existence.
(H3) m.

The Vivekacūḍāmaṇi of Śaṅkarācārya Bhagavatpāda: an introduction ... - Page 207
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1 Extraordinarily subtle mental states (atyanta-susuksma-vrttya) point to the fact that there exists what may be termed 'a higher mind' or a 'pure mind' as well as the ordinary mental faculty or lower mind most people are familiar with. ...
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Maharishi says, "Thus the intelligence that motivates the structuring dynamics of the sounds of 'Rk Veda' are Pradhwamsha- Abhava, Atyanta-Abhava, Any ony a- Abhava, and Prag-Abhava - the four qualities of Consciousness". ...
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He says, ' When Atyanta Abhaava, the Abstract Absolute Silence, the Purusha, comes in contact with the Pradhana, Anyonya- Abhava, the Self-Referral Dynamic Silence, where the creative force operates, the material world takes its shape ...
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Sanskrit words for Absolute



1 atyanta (absolute) 2 atyantābhāva (absolute) 3 avyabhicāra (absolute) 4 avyabhicārāt (absolute) 5 avyabhicāreṇa (absolute) 6 ākiṃcanyāyatana (absolute) 7 ekarājñī (absolute) 8 ekāyana (absolute) 9 aikapatya (absolute) 10 aikāntika (absolute) 11 kevala (absolute) 12 kevalātman (absolute) 13 kevalin (absolute) 14 kaivalya (absolute) 15 nirupādhi (absolute) 16 nirupādhika (absolute) 17 nirviśeṣa (absolute) 18 niṣkalatva (absolute) 19 niṣkaivalya (absolute) 20 nipuṇa (absolute) 21 nirvāṇa (absolute) 22 parāparatā (absolute) 23 parāparatva (absolute) 24 parinirvā (absolute) 25 pūrṇavaināśika (absolute) 26 bhūtakoṭi (absolute) 27 mahāsattā (absolute) 28 rūpa (absolute) 29 vyaktarāśi (absolute) 30 śūnya (absolute) 31 samprānta (absolute) 32 sarvābhāva (absolute) 33 sarvāmaratva (absolute) 34 sarvoparama (absolute) 35 sāṃsiddhika (absolute) 36 svayamīśvara (absolute) 37 haṭha (absolute) 38 paripūrṇasattva (absolute)
 atyanta
aty-anta [p= 16,3] [L=3407]
beyond the proper end or limit





Pat.
(H1) mfn.
[L=3408]excessive , very great , very strong
[L=3409]endless , unbroken , perpetual
[L=3410]absolute , perfect
[L=3412]to the end
[L=3414]quite
 atyantābhāva
atyantā* bhāva [p= 17,1] [L=3431]
absolute non-existence.
(H3) m.
 avyabhicāra
a-vyabhicāra [p= 111,3] [L=19297]
non-failure , absolute necessity , Kap.



Mn. ix , 101

Mn. viii , 122
a-vyabhicāra [L=19301]
constant Bhag. xiv , 26
a-vy-abhicāra [L=708845]
208845
(H1) m.
[L=19298]&c
[L=19299]" non-deviation " , conjugal fidelity
[L=19300]non-transgression
(H1B) mfn.
(HPW) mfn.
 avyabhicārāt
a-vyabhicārāt [L=19302]
with absolute necessity Pa1n2. kāśi. and Sch.
(H1C) ind.
 avyabhicārea
a-vyabhicārea [L=19302.1]
with absolute necessity Pa1n2. kāśi. and Sch.
(H1C) ind.
 ākicanyāyatana
ākicanyā* yatana [p= 127,1] [L=22158]
" abode of absolute want of any existence " , " non-existence " , N. of a world with Buddhists Lalit.
ākica--° nyā* yatana [p= 1319,1] [L=317730.1]
m. pl. N. of a class of gods, MWB. 213 (also °tano*paga, Dharmas. 129).
(H3) n.
(H3) (also)
 ekarājñī
éka--rājñī [p= 229,1] [L=39523]
the only queen , absolute queen.
(H3) f.
 ekāyana
ekā* yaná [p= 230,2] [L=39853]
a narrow way or path accessible for only one person MBh. R.

ChUp. vii , 1 , 2

S3Br.

MBh. ChUp.
ekā* yaná [L=39857]
passable for only one (as a foot-path) MBh.
ekā* yaná [L=39858]
fixing one's thoughts on one object , closely attentive , absorbed in L.
(H3) n.
[L=39854]the only way or manner of conduct , worldly wisdom
[L=39855]meeting-place , centre of union
[L=39856]absorption in one , absolute devotedness to one , unity
(H3B) mfn.
(H3B) mfn.
 aikapatya
aikapatya [p= 233,1] [L=40302]
(fr. eka-pati) , sovereignty of one , absolute monarchy BhP.
(H2) n.
 aikāntika
aikāntika [p= 233,2] [L=40334]
(ī)n. (fr. ekā*nta) , absolute , necessary , complete , exclusive BhP. Sus3r. Sa1m2khyak. &c
(H2) mf
 kevala
kévala [p= 309,3] [L=55857]
(ā , ī)n. (m. nom. pl. e RV. x , 51 , 9) (f. ī RV. x , 73 , 6 AV. S3Br. ; ā Mn. &c » Pa1n2. 4-1 , 30) (n. in comp. Pa1n2. 2-1 , 49) exclusively one's own (not common to others) RV. AV.

RV. AV. TS. &c
310,1] [L=55859]

S3Br. &c

Mn. MBh. &c

L.

R. ii , 87 , 23

Ka1d. Hcar.

(= nirītam) certainly , decidedly L.
kévala [L=55867]
(= kelaka) a dancer , tumbler Gal.
kévala [L=55868]
N. of a prince BhP. ix , 2 , 30
kévala [L=55871]
N. of a locality (v.l. for ° q.v.)
kévala [L=55872]
the doctrine of the absolute unity of spirit
kévala [L=55873]
the highest possible knowledge (= kevala-jñāna) Jain.
kévala [L=55874]
N. of a country (v.l. kerala) MBh. vi , 9 , 34.
(H1) mf
[L=55858]alone , only , mere , sole , one , excluding others
[p= not connected with anything else , isolated , abstract , absolute
[L=55860]simple , pure , uncompounded , unmingled
[L=55861]entire , whole , all
[L=55862]selfish , envious
[L=55864]entirely , wholly , absolutely
[L=55865]but
[L=55866]m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) m.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
(H1B) n.
 kevalātman
kevalā* tman [L=55892]
one whose nature is absolute unity Kum. ii , 4.
(H3) mfn.
 kevalin
kevalin [L=55897]
alone , one , only W.
kevalin [L=55898]
" devoted to the doctrine of the absolute unity of spirit " , a meditative ascetic BhP. iv , 25 , 39 ; vi , 5 , 40
kevalin [L=55899]
" possessing the kevala (-jñāna) " , an arhat Jain.
(H2) mfn.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 kaivalya
kaivalya [p= 311,3] [L=56297]
(fr. kévala) , isolation Va1m.

Veda7ntas. BhP.

MBh. KapS. Sa1m2khyak. &c

vaikalya Ra1jat. vii , 1149
kaivalya [L=56301]
(ā)n. leading to eternal happiness or emancipation MBh. xiii , 1101.
(H1) n.
[L=56298]absolute unity
[L=56299]perfect isolation , abstraction , detachment from all other connections , detachment of the soul from matter or further transmigrations , beatitude
[L=56300]for
(H1B) mf
 nirupādhi
nir--upā* dhi [p= 540,3] [L=106908]
VP. ) ( BhP. ) mfn. without attributes or qualities , absolute.
(H3) (
 nirupādhika
nir--upā dhika [L=106909]
BhP. ) mfn. without attributes or qualities , absolute.
(H3) (
 nirviśea
nir--viśea [p= 542,2] [L=107329]
(ā)n. showing or making no difference , undiscriminating , without distinction MBh. R. &c

comp.) Ka1lid.
nir--viśea [L=107331]
(with viśea m. not the least difference Bhartr2. iii , 54)

Sarvad.
nir--viśea [L=107334]
absence of difference , indiscriminateness , likeness MBh. vi , 5519
(H3) mf
[L=107330]not different from , same , like (
(H3B) m.
[L=107332]unqualified , absolute
(H3B) n.
 nikalatva
ni--kala---tva [p= 542,3] [L=107465]
indivisibility , the state of the absolute brahma MBh.
(H4) n.
 nikaivalya
ni--kaivalya [p= 543,1] [L=107503]
mere , pure , absolute MBh.

ib. ( Ni1lak. )
(H3) mfn.
[L=107504](a fight) singular in its kind
 nipua
nipua [p= 550,1] [L=108761]
(ā)n. (said to be from a √ pu) , clever , adroit , skilful , sharp , acute Mn. MBh. Sus3r. Ka1v. &c

comp. [cf. Pa1n2. 2-1 , 31 and g. śauṇḍā*di] ; but also infin. [ Ka1v. ] loc. [ Var. ] gen. [ Vop. v , 29] or instr. [ Pa1n2. 2-1 , 31])

loc. or prati Pa1n2. 2-3 , 43)

Ja1takam.

&c ) Mn. BhP.

R. (also nipua ibc. Pa1n2. 6-2 , 24 , and °ena MBh. BhP. )
(H1) mf
[L=108762]skilled in , conversant with , capable of (mostly
[L=108763]kind or friendly towards (
[L=108764]delicate , tender
[L=108765]perfect , complete , absolute (as purity , devotion
[L=108767]completely , perfectly , absolutely , exactly , precisely
 nirvāa
nir-° a [p= 557,3] [L=109972]
blown or put out , extinguished (as a lamp or fire) , set (as the sun) , calmed , quieted , tamed (cf. a-nirv°) , dead , deceased (lit. having the fire of life extinguished) , lost , disappeared MBh. Ka1v. &c

L.

L.
nir-° a [L=109976]
blowing out , extinction , cessation , setting , vanishing , disappearance (°a-k , to make away with anything i.e. not to keep one's promise)
nir-° a [L=109977]
extinction of the flame of life , dissolution , death or final emancipation from matter and re-union with the Supreme Spirit MBh. &c
nir-° a [L=109978]
(with Buddhists and jainas) absolute extinction or annihilation (= śūnya L. ) of individual existence or of all desires and passions MWB. 137-139 &c
nir-° a [L=109979]
perfect calm or repose or happiness , highest bliss or beatitude MBh. Ka1v. &c
nir-° a [L=109980]
N. of an upaniad
nir-° a [L=109981]
instructing in sciences L.
nir-° a [L=109982]
bathing of an elephant L.
nir-° a [L=109983]
the post to which an elephant is tied Gal.
nir-° a [L=109984]
offering oblations (for 1. nir-vāpaa ?) L.
(H3) mfn.
[L=109973]immersed , plunged
[L=109974]immovable
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
(H3B) n.
 parāparatā
parā* para---tā [p= 587,3] [L=116347]
higher and lower degree , absolute and relative state , priority and posteriority

Bha1sha1p.
(H4) f.
[L=116347.1]the state of being both a genus and a species
 parāparatva
parā* para---tva [L=116347.2]
higher and lower degree , absolute and relative state , priority and posteriority

Bha1sha1p.
(H4) n.
[L=116347.3]the state of being both a genus and a species
 parinirvā
pari-nir- √ vā 2 [p= 596,2] [L=117828]
-vāti , to be completely extinguished or emancipated (from individual existence) , attain absolute rest Lalit. : Caus. -vāpayati , to emancipate completely by causing extinction of all re-births Vajracch.
(H1) P.
 pūravaināśika
pūrá--vaināśika [p= 642,2] [L=127711]
maintaining the doctrine of absolute annihilation
pūrá--vaināśika [L=127712]
N. of Buddhists (= sarva-vaisāśika) Col.
(H3) mfn.
(H3B) m. pl.
 bhūtakoi
bhūtá--koi [p= 761,3] [L=151815]
" the highest culminating point for all beings " , absolute non-entity (= śūnya-tā) Buddh.
(H3) f.
 mahāsattā
mahā́--sat-tā [p= 801,2] [L=161024]
absolute being , absolute existence Ra1matUp.
(H3) f.
 rūpa
rūpá [p= 886,1] [p= 885,3] [L=179062]
(perhaps connected with varpa , varpas ; ifc. f(ā). , rarely f(ī).) any outward appearance or phenomenon or colour (often pl.) , form , shape , figure RV. &c (rūpea ifc. in the form of ; rūpam-k or √ bhū , to assume a form ; often ifc. = " having the form or appearance or colour of " , " formed or composed of " , " consisting of " , " like to " ; sometimes used after an adj. or p.p. to emphasize its meaning or almost redundantly cf. ghora-r° ; or connected with a verb e.g. pacati-rūpam , he cooks very well cf. Pa1n2. 8-1 , 57)

pl.) VS. S3Br.

RV. &c

VS. &c

Mn. Katha1s.

opp. to " time " and " place ") Mn. viii , 45

R. Sus3r.

Kap.

R.

VarBr2S. Gan2it.

partic. coin (prob. a rupee) VarBr2S.

Das3ar.

alg.) the arithmetical unit

pl.) integer number

i.e. first syllable of rūpa) IW. 182

Pa1n2. 1-1 , 68 &c

phil.) the quality of colour (one of the 17 or 24 guas of the vaiśeikas) IW. 68

i.e. the organized body (as one of the 5 constituent elements or skandhas) Dharmas. 22 MWB. 109

dram.) a reflection or remark made under partic. circumstances when the action is at its height (garbhe) Bhar. Das3ar. &c

L. ) cattle



= granthā*vtti)
rūpá [L=179085]
a word of unknown meaning AV. xviii , 3 , 40
rūpá [L=179086]
(pl.) N. of a people MBh.
rūpá [L=179087]
or n. N. of a place (v.l. rūma) Cat.
(H2) n.
[L=179063]dreamy or phantom shapes (
[L=179064]handsome form , loveliness , grace , beauty , splendour
[L=179065]nature , character , peculiarity , feature , mark , sign , symptom
[L=179066]likeness , image , reflection
[L=179067]circumstances (
[L=179068]sort , kind
[L=179069]mode , manner , way
[L=179070](ifc.) trace of.
[L=179071]a single specimen or exemplar (and therefore a term for the number " one ")
[L=179072]a
[L=179073]a show , play , drama
[L=179074](in
[L=179075](
[L=179076]known or absolute number , a known quantity as having specific form (and expressed by
[L=179077](in gram.) any form of a noun or verb (as inflected by declension or conjugation)
[L=179078](in
[L=179079](with Buddhists) material form
[L=179080](in
[L=179081](only
[L=179082]a beast
[L=179083]a sound , word
[L=179084]rereading a book (
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
 vyaktarāśi
vy-ákta---rāśi [p= 1029,2] [L=208408]
(in arithm.) known or absolute quantity
(H3) m.
 śūnya
śūnyá [p= 1085,2] [L=220069]
(ā)n. empty , void (with vājin = " a riderless horse " ; with rājya = " a kingless kingdom ") , hollow , barren , desolate , deserted Br. &c

i.e. vacant (as a look or stare) , absent , absentminded , having no certain object or aim , distracted MBh. Ka1v. &c

i.e. possessing nothing , wholly destitute MBh. Katha1s.

R. BhP.

instr. or comp.) , wanting , lacking Ka1v. Katha1s. Pur. Sarvad. non-existent , absent , missing Ka1v. Pan5cat.

R. Ra1jat. Sarvad.

a-śūnya-k , " to effect " , " accomplish ") S3ak. Ratna7v.

Bhpr.

MW.

ib.

ib.
śūnyá [L=220083]
a void , vacuum , empty or deserted place , desert (śūnye , in a lonely place) MBh. R. &c
śūnyá [L=220084]
(in phil.) vacuity , nonentity , absolute non-existence (esp. with Buddhists) IW. 83 n. 3 ; 105 , n.4 MWB. 7 n. 1 ; 142
śūnyá [L=220085]
N. of brahma MW.
śūnyá [L=220086]
(in arithm.) nought , a cypher VarBr2S. Gan2it. (cf. IW. 183)
śūnyá [L=220087]
space , heaven , atmosphere L.
śūnyá [L=220088]
a partic. phenomenon in the sky. L.
śūnyá [L=220089]
an earring (» next). [cf. Gk. κενός , κενεός ; Aeol. κέννος.]
śūnya [p= 1086,1] [L=220260]
» [p= 1085,1].
(H2) mf
[L=220070]empty
[L=220071]empty
[L=220072]wholly alone or solitary , having no friends or companions
[L=220073]void of , free from , destitute of (
[L=220074]vain , idle , unreal , nonsensical
[L=220075]void of results , ineffectual (
[L=220076]free from sensitiveness or sensation (said of the skin) , insensible
[L=220077]bare , naked
[L=220078]guileless , innocent
[L=220079]indifferent
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.
(H1) &c
 samprānta
sam-prā* nta [p= 1177,1] [L=236666]
ultimate or absolute end , Ka1s3i1Kh.
(H1) m.
 sarvābhāva
sarvā* bhāva [p= 1188,2] [L=239048]
non-existence or failure of all A1past. Mn. ix , 189

Sa1m2khyak.
(H3) m.
[L=239049]absolute non-existence
 sarvāmaratva
sarvā* mara-tva [p= 1188,3] [L=239057]
absolute immortality R.
(H3) n.
 sarvoparama
sarvo* parama [p= 1189,1] [L=239165]
cessation of all things , absolute rest (-tva n.) Veda7ntas.
(H3) m.
 sāsiddhika
siddhika [p= 1197,2] [L=240934]
(ī)n. (fr. saesiddhi) effected naturally , belonging to nature , natural , native , innate MBh. Ka1v. &c

S3am2k.

&c ) MW.
(H1) mf
[L=240935]self-existent , existing by its own nature or essence , existing absolutely , absolute
[L=240936]effected by supernatural means (as spells
 svayamīśvara
svayám--īśvara [p= 1278,3] [L=258599]
one's own lord , an absolute sovereign Nr2isUp.
(H3) m.
 haha
haha [p= 1287,1] [L=260242]
violence , force (ibc. , ena , and āt , " by force , forcibly ") R. Ra1jat. Katha1s. &c

ibc. and āt , " obstinately , persistently ") Pan5cat. Katha1s.

ibc. , āt , and ena , " necessarily , inevitably , by all means ") MBh. Ka1v. &c

haha-yoga Cat.

W.

ib.

L.

Stratiotes L.
(H2) m.
[L=260243]obstinacy , pertinacity (
[L=260244]absolute or inevitable necessity (as the cause of all existence and activity ;
[L=260245]=
[L=260246]oppression
[L=260247]rapine
[L=260248]going in the rear of an enemy
[L=260249]Pistia
 paripūrasattva
pari-pūra-sattva [p= 1330,1] [L=335660]
having absolute perfection, Bcar.
(H2) mfn.