User:Visarga/Para-triska-vivarana Old Notes

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User:Visarga/Para-triska-vivarana

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  • Pasyanti, Madhiyama and Vaikhari[1]
  • Sambandha - the guru-disciple relationship (6 types)[2]
  • The various meanings of Anuttara[3]
  • The triad of pramatri, pramana, prameya[4]
  • The various meanings of Kaula[5]
  • Kaulika Siddhi[6]
  • The four energies Kechari, Gochari, Dikcari, Bhucari[7]
  • Aham and Maha[8]
  • The four Anda[9]
  • The Siva-Sakti-Nara diagram, Iccha-Jnana-Kriya[10]
  • The 3 worlds : bhava, abhava, atibhava[11]
  • The triad Para, Para-apara, Apara[12]
  • The four subjects - cit pramata, citta pramata, prana pramata and deha pramata[13]
  • The triad of satta (existence), Sambandha (relation), Arthakriya (purpose)[14]
  • The Vama system, the five Ms (meat, fish, wine, mudra, maithuna)[15]
  • The 5x5 Matrika Table for the first 25 phonemes[16]
  • Mala[17]
  • On Tattvas, Prithivi[18]
  • The phonematic emanation[19]
  • Creation as Evolution[20]
  • Bimba-Pratibimba[21]
  • The two overlapping triangles of Siva trikona and Sakti trikona, (pramata, prameya, pramana)[22]
  • Aspects of manifestation - udyoga, avabhasa, carvana, vilopana[23]
  • The quanta of Fire, Sun and Moon of[24]
  • The six branches of yoga is K.S.[25]
  • Esoteric Nyasa (5 zones)[26]
  • Bhakti[27]
  • The force centers (chakras) in K.S.[28]
  • the five means of knowledge (pramāṇas): perception, inference (three types of inference[29]), testimony, etc[30]
  • bhāsā - the light of Consciousness, without obstacles[31]
  • aham is Mātṛkā[32]
  • visarga, the virile energy, permeates the universe[33]
  • anuttara is to be attained by visarga[34]
  • mālinī, its role in the apparition of thoughts[35]
  • centering on the I-consciousness in the heart and navel[36]
  • kechari sāmya - identity with the Divine Consciousness[37]
  • to be called vira or yoginī one must have attained kechari sāmya - identity with the Divine Consciousness[38]
  • śat-tarka - pure reasoning leading to liberation of one's self and of the others; immediately precedes samādhi in Trika-yoga[39]
  • bindu and visarga - the same creative energy, related to the phases of resorption and respectively emission[40]
  • kalā and svara - the same realities of the phonematic sound, in internal and external aspect[41]
  • the four aspects of manifetation: udyoga, avabhāsa, carvaṇa and vilāpana[42]; their substrate is brahman or sāmarasya[43]
  • the 16 forms (kalā) of experience (pramiti) : (pramātā, pramāṇa, prameya and māyā) x (udyoga, avabhāsa, carvaṇa and vilāpana); the 17th form of experience is parā-śakti or svātantrya[44]
  • the divisions of the subject(fire/Agni), knowledge (sun/Surya) and object (moon/Soma)[45]
  • the two types of spanda: general (sāmānya spanda) and particular (viśeṣa spanda)[46][47]
  • the six limbs of yoga according to Śaivāgama[48]
  • anuttara - transcendence but not separation[49]
  • amṛitabīja - description and effects[50]
  • parā and aparā - definitions[51]
  • "everything in in the form of everything else" - principle - sarvasarvātmakatā vapuḥ[52]
  • the heart - the essential nature of the phenomenal reality[53], is brahman[54]; hṛdaya is also identified with "icchā after ānanda", a form known as pure consciousness - bodhamaya[55]; hṛdaya is defined as union of akula and the pulsating kulaśakti, and all those who a re joined in this primal state[56]


  • ānandaśakti is the base of the rise of pure icchāśakti; pure icchāśakti is implicit in ānanda[57]; the creative desire is well linked with kulaśakti[58][59]; leves of icchā[60]
  • Brahman - virile principle full of the mass of bliss - ānandaśaktighanaṃ[61]
  • yāmala, union of a vira and a yogini, conduces to experience of the beatitude of the Self[62]
  • using breath as support for calming the mind in meditation - the mind is "permeated" by vāyu[63]
  • lingam(male organ) - associated with jñānaśakti and yoni(female organ) associated with kriyāśakti[64]
  • phoneme "sa" - the third brahma of the formule 'auṃ tat sat'[65]
  • hṛdayaṃ - the place of repose of the Lord, source of all creative energy[66]
  • uccāra - short definition - by the recitation of the mantra, the yogi becomes tottaly absorbed in prāṇa[67]
  • 8 deities presiding over the groups of phonemes - Yogīśvari, Brāhmī, Maheśvarī, Kaumārī, Vaiṣṇavī, Vārāhī, Aindrī, Cāmuṇḍā[68]
  • the triangle of śaktis : parā(uppper), aparā(left) and parāparā(right), presided by Parātītā devi - transcendence(center)[69]
  • phisical union of a couple is kriyāmudrā; spiritual union of deities is jñānamudrā and does not entail an actual intercourse;[70] a vira and a yoginī unite without ejaculation, even as they exprience orgasm* to be called vira or yoginī one must have attained kechari sāmya - identity with the Divine Consciousness[71]
  • stages of intercourse: pervasion of parā, pervasion of parāparā and pervasion of aparā[72]
  • smarānanda - bliss of sexual union by recollection[73]
  • amṛtakalās - the four vowels ṛ, ṝ, ḷ, ḹ - when they are dissolved inside, the entire objectivity is unified with one's Self[74]; also known as śunya-catuṣa - the four void vowels[75]
  • caturdaśa - the number "40", described as the triad: parā, parāparā and aparā plus the 36 tattvas; the 36 tattvas are purified by supreme triad[76]
  • ū (ūnatā) is the intermediate point between jñānaśakti and kriyaśakti[77]
  • sāmānya spanda is identified with akula[78]; is is also equated to vimarśa-śakti of the Divine[79]
  • the 16 vowels - a short review[80]
  • the five kind of experients (physica, pranic, subtle, inner self, supreme self)[81]; five bodies : spanda śarira, śākta śarira, puryaṣṭaka śarira, prāṇa śarira, sthūla śarira[82]
  • śūnyātiśūnya (vyomasamādhi) - the void inbetween the stage of jñāna and kriyā[83]; its stages are represented by the void vowels[84]
  • puryaṣṭaka - definition[85]

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