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
Aphoristic work on the basic tenets of the Trika school of Saivism in Kashmir.
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The Philosophical Background of the SivaSutras
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Abhinavagupta acquired ahamkara ananda anava anava mala anavopaya anuttara appears aspect aspirant atma awareness Bhairava Bhaskara bhuvana bliss bondage Brahmarandhra buddhi caitanya cakra ciousness citta COMMENTARY TEXT creative deep sleep deities delight dharana difference divine consciousness dream empirical individual entire universe essential nature existence experience EXPOSITION external following verse fourth gross guru Highest Reality Iccha Sakti inner INTRODUCTION japa jhana jiva jnana kala karma mala Khecari knower known kriya Ksemaraja letters limited knowledge manas manifestation mantra Matrka Maya mayiya mala means mind mudra ness object one's Parama Siva pleasure and pain prakasa Prakrti pramata prameya prana pranayama pratyahara realization Saiva Sakti Saktopaya samadhi Sastra sense siitra Siva-Sutras Spanda Spandakarika spiritual stage subtle body Suddha Vidya Supreme I-consciousness sutra says SUTRA TEXT TRANSLATION Svacchanda Tantra svatantrya svatantrya sakti tattva thought-construct transcendental consciousness turya universal consciousness unmana upaya varna Vasugupta vikalpa vimarsa vindu visarga waking word Yogi