The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


Ksinavrtter-Weakened or diminished Fluctuations


yathā tathā yatra tatra dvādaśānte manaḥ kṣipet ||
pratikṣaṇaṃ
kṣīṇavṛtter vailakṣaṇyaṃ dinair bhavet || 51 ||

kīa
kīá [p= 328,2] [L=59449]
diminished , wasted , expended , lost , destroyed , worn away , waning (as the moon) S3Br. Mun2d2Up. S3vetUp. Mn. &c

Mn. vii , 166 Sus3r. Ka1s3. on Pa1n2. 6-4 , 61 & viii , 2 , 46 &c

S3ak. Gi1t. iv , 21 Naish. vii , 81

Pan5cat. iv , 16 and 32
kīá [L=59453]
N. of a disease of the pudenda muliebria Gal.
kīá [p= 329,2] [L=59653]
√4. ki.
(H2) mfn.
[L=59450]weakened , injured , broken , torn , emaciated , feeble
[L=59451]delicate , slender
[L=59452]poor , miserable
(H2B) n.
(H1) »






The Yoga of delight, wonder, and astonishment: a translation of ... - Page 47
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(Dharana 28 ] VERSE 51 Yatha tatha yatra tatra dvadaSante manah ksipet / Pratiksanarn ksinavrtter vailaksanyara dinair bhavet // 51 TRANSLATION If one fixes one's mind at ...
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Jaideva Singh


The Yogasūtras of Patañjali on concentration of mind
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, Carmen Dragonetti, K. Dad Prithipaul - 1987 - 200 pages - Snippet view
... the samapatti is produced, the pratyayas have not all been destroyed or eliminated, since there subsists one pratyaya — the samapatti itself which constitutes in itself a pratyaya (Vyasa : ksinavrtter iti pratyastamitapratyayasyety ...
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Fernando Tola


Yoga, the art of integration: a commentary on the Yoga sutras of ...
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, Patañjali - 1975 - 464 pages - Snippet view
This is beautifully expressed by Patafijali in the following sutra: ksinavrtter abhijatasyeva maner grhitr-grahana- grahyesu tatstha-tadanjanata samapattih 41. In the case of one whose reactive tendencies have been well-nigh eliminated, ...
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Rohit Mehta



Yoga-Mīmāṅsā: Volume 23
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ksinavrtter-abhijatasyeva maner-grahitr-grahana— grahyesu tatstha-tadanjanata samapattih, I : 41. WM. - ksinavrtteh (->r)= (ksina = Dwindled, weakened— vrtteh ( ->r ) = Of the vrtti) Of the one ( citta or person) whose vrtti s have ...
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Kaivalyadhama (Lonāvale, India)


Journal of the American Oriental Society: Volume 34 - Page 26
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Although it has no declination, we should understand it to be the genitive singular and then connect ksinavrtter with tatsthasya. Or else, tatstham and tadanjanam are two coordinate [members of the compound] and the ending — ta is added ...
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American Oriental Society