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Uccara[edit]

  1. the stages of sonic emanation are described in uccara (utterance) [1]
  2. uccara: nada (resonance), nadanta (ending of the resonance), bindu (merge to a point), vyapini, samana, unmana [2]
  3. unmana is the stirring into existence of the transcendent [3]
  4. vyapini is the all-pervading energy [4]
  5. utterance (uccara) of hamsah reaches unmana [5]
  6. it is the union of Siva and Sakti that animates forward the movement from samana and vyapini towards manifestation [6]
  7. nada is a condensation of the supreme sound (spanda) [7]
  8. nada is the referential aspect of the word, while spanda is that which is referred to [8]
  9. nada is that which is left of the synthetic self-awareness when all differentiating thought disappears [9]
  10. nada is consciousness transcending the universe; it is unstruck (anahata), almost unmanifest; in it phonemes (varna) are not differentiated; [10]
  11. the phonemen of nada is the "unstruck" phoneme, that which never can disappear, perpetual vibration [11]
  12. nada is at the level of Sadasiva [12]
  13. nada signifies a subtle sound form [13]
  14. stages: sakti, nadanta, nada, nirodhini, bindu, ardachandra [14]
  15. nadanta is the end of nada, where sound merges into energy [15]
  16. nada is compared to the indistinct murmur of a brook [16]
  17. nirodhini is the level beyond which Brahma and the other gods do not go [17]
  18. nirodhini is associated to mantravirya and mantric dynamism [18]
  19. bindu - an important concept in the Indian philosophy of the word; energy collected into a single point; concentrated upon itself; with special potency [19]
  20. bindu is luminous, plays a role in the awakening of kundalini; [20]
  21. bindu is concentrated energy prior to its creating of diversity [21]
  22. bindu is a mass formed of the union of Siva and Sakti, a super energized form of the nondual energy [22]
  23. bindu is the threshold of duality, the last point of unity [23]
  24. bindu is preceded by ardhachandra, half-moon phase [24]
  25. the nectar of Siva is nada and Sadasiva [25]
  26. bindu arrises from kriyasakti [26]
  27. bindu in effect emits manifestation [27]
  28. bindu is luminous, a drop of energy and light [28]
  29. bindu is paraprakasa - the supreme light [29]
  30. bindu is associated to the level of isvara [30]
  31. after bindu comes division, a division in two - visarga; bindu is one dot, visarga is two [31]
  32. in bindu (M) fuse A and HA, forming the supreme mantra AHAM [32]
  33. the aspects of bindu are: bindu, of the nature of Siva, bija of the nature of Sakti and nada - their union [33]
  34. stages of uccara: PARA - unmana, samana, nadanta, PASYANTI - nada, MADHYAMA - nirodini, bindu, ardachanda, VAIKHARI - M, U, A [34]
  35. nada is the first condensation of paravak [35]
  36. nāda is the act of saying without any indication to what is expressed; a non differentiated statement; nadanta is the withdrawal of this statement [36]
  37. stages of uccara [37]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 94
  2. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 94
  3. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 95
  4. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 95
  5. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 95
  6. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 96
  7. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 97
  8. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 98
  9. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 98
  10. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 99
  11. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 100
  12. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 101
  13. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 101
  14. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 101
  15. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 101
  16. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 102
  17. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 103
  18. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 104
  19. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 105
  20. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 106
  21. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 106
  22. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 106
  23. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 107
  24. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 108
  25. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 109
  26. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 109
  27. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 109
  28. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 110
  29. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 110
  30. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 111
  31. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 111
  32. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 112
  33. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 116
  34. ^ Vac - Andre Padoux, p. 121
  35. ^ Abhinavagupta, The Kula Ritual - J.R. Dupuche, p. 63
  36. ^ Abhinavagupta, The Kula Ritual - J.R. Dupuche, p. 63
  37. ^ Abhinavagupta, The Kula Ritual - J.R. Dupuche, p. 63