Śiva Sūtras: The Yoga of Supreme Identity : Text of the Sūtras and the Commentary Vimarśinī of Kṣemarāja Translated Into English with Introduction, Notes, Running Exposition, Glossary and Index
Siva Sutras are considered to be a revealed book of the Yoga: supreme identity of the individual self with the Divine. Dr. Jaideva Singh has studied the book with the help of his guru Swami Laksmana Joo, the sole surviving exponent of this system in Kashmir and has provided an English Translation of the Sutras together with the commentary of Ksemaraja. Each Sutra is given in Devanagari as well as in Roman Script. Then the meaning of every word of the Sutra is given in English, followed by a translation of the whole Sutra. This is followed by the Vimarsini Commentary in Sanskrit and its English translation, copious notes on important and technical words and a running exposition of the main ideas of the Sutra. A long introduction, together with an abstract of each Sutra, throws a flood of light on the entire system of Saiva Yoga. A Glossary of technical terms and index are appended for the convenience of the reader.
Dedicated, Blessing, Preface, Introduction, Siva Sutras-Text and commentary, Section I-III Sambhavopaya, Conclusion, Glossary of Technical Terms, Subject Index, Index to important Sanskrit Words, Alphabetical Index to the sutras.
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Being completely established in saṁvitti is known as sanniveśa . In sanniveśa ,
there is no trace of the object as something extraneous . When the aspirant
pervades every object with universal consciousness , he is said to have achieved
Established in that ( unmanā ) , one can manifest the highest light ( light of
consciousness - cit - jyoti ) the highest cause ( i . e . Highest Śiva the source of all
manifestation ) ( IV , 393 - 397 ) . NOTES 1 . Pervasion of inherence in Self or
... thus : Yo suggests Yogindra — a yogi par excellence , vi suggests vij˝āna —
special knowledge , pa suggests pada or state . So pa and sthaḥ which is the
final word together make up padasthaḥ which means “ established in the state ' .
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The Philosophical Background of the SivaSūtras
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