The Joyous Meditation Teachings of Lorin Roche


liṅgaśarīra - subtle body


the subtle body which accompanies the individual spirit or soul in all its transmigrations and is not destroyed by death. Since it is the sign and accompaniment of individuality it can never perish till the individualized soul is finally merged in the Universal.




ligaśarīra
liga--śarīra [L=182564]
the subtle body which accompanies the individual spirit or soul in all its transmigrations and is not destroyed by death (it is also called sūkma-ś° q.v. , and since it is the sign and accompaniment of individuality it can never perish till the individualized soul is finally merged in the Universal) Kap. Veda7ntas. ( IW. 53 n. 2) .



ligadeha
(H3) liga--deha [p= 902,1] [L=182512]
m. n. the subtle body (» liga above and liga-śarīra below) Ba1lar.




(H3) n.
 ligin
ligin [p= 902,2] [L=182593]
having a mark or sign , wearing a distinguishing mark

ifc.) having the marks or appearance of , characterized by Mn. MBh. &c

ifc.) only having the appearance or acting the part of ib. (cf. dvija-l°)

ib.

BhP.
ligin [L=182598]
a Brahman of a partic. order , religious student , ascetic MBh. Ka1v. &c
ligin [L=182599]
" possessing or furnished with a liga " , N. of a śaiva sect (» liga-vat) Col.
ligin [L=182600]
" sustaining the liga or pradhāna " , N. of parameśvara Lin3gaP.
ligin [L=182601]
(in logic) = -vyāpaka , that which possesses an invariable characteristic mark (as in the proposition " there is fire because there is smoke " , fire is the ligin ; cf. IW. 62)
ligin [L=182602]
original source or germ Kap. Sch.
ligin [L=182603]
an elephant L.
ligin [L=182605]
a species of plant L.


(H2) mfn.
[L=182594](
[L=182595]bearing false marks or signs , a hypocrite , (
[L=182596]having a right to wear signs or badges , one whose external appearance corresponds , with his inner character
[L=182597]having a subtle body
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m. pl.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
(H2B) m.
laghusamudīraatva
laghú--samudīraa---tva [p= 894,2] [L=181000]
mobility (of the body) Buddh.
(H4) n.