The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Avesha - Entering




āveśa
ā-veśa [p= 155,3] [L=27124]
joining one's self Ka1tyS3r.

MBh. S3ak. Prab. &c

BhP.

Ba1lar. Ka1d.

L.

L.
ā-veśa [p= 156,3] [L=27299]
» ā-viś.



(H2) m.
[L=27125]entering , entrance , taking possession of
[L=27126]absorption of the faculties in one wish or idea , intentness , devotedness to an object
[L=27127]demoniacal frenzy , possession , anger , wrath
[L=27128]pride , arrogance
[L=27129]indistinctness of idea , apoplectic or epileptic giddiness
(H1) &c
āveśana
ā-veśana [p= 155,3] [L=27130]
entering , entrance L.

&c Sa1h.

L.

&c Mn.

L.

ā-veaa.)
(H2) n.
[L=27131]possession by devils
[L=27132]passion , anger , fury
[L=27133]a house in which work is carried on , a workshop , manufactory ,
[L=27134]the disk of the sun or moon
[L=27135](for
 
āveśika
ā-veśika [L=27136]
own , peculiar

ā-veśika [L=27138]
a guest , a visitor
ā-veśika [L=27139]
entering into
ā-veśika [L=27140]
hospitable reception , hospitality L.
(H2) mfn.
[L=27137]inherent
(H2B) m.
(H2B) n.
(H2B) n.