Svarasa - Own juice or essence, instinct of self-preservation, natural flavor, a feeling for one's people, instinct of self-preservation.
svarasa: your own juice or essence. Natural flavor. A feeling for one's people. The instinct of self-preservation.svarasa
Yoga-sūtras of Patañjali with the Exposition of Vyāsa: Sādhana-pāda - Page 107
own (unadulterated) juice or essence MBh. Car. &c
|(H3) svá--rasa [p= 1276,2] [L=258107]||m.|
|[p= 1276,2] [L=258108]||natural or peculiar flavour |
|[p= 1276,2] [L=258109]||proper taste or sentiment in composition |
partic. astringent juice or decoction MW.
|[p= 1276,2] [L=258110]||a |
|[p= 1276,2] [L=258111]||the sediment of oily substances ground on a stone |
-tas , " through own inclination " , " for pleasure ") A1pS3r. Sch.
|[p= 1276,2] [L=258112]||own inclination (|
|[p= 1276,2] [L=258113]||feeling for one's own people |
|[p= 1276,2] [L=258114]||instinct of self-preservation (?) |
|[p= 1276,2] [L=258115]||analogy |
(ā)n. agreeable or pleasant to one's taste , congenial Katha1s. TPra1t. Sch.
|(H3B) svá--rasa [p= 1276,2] [L=258116]||mf|
N. of a mountain Pur.
|(H3B) svá--rasa [p= 1276,2] [L=258117]||m.|
&c » [p= 1276,2].
|(H1) sva-rasa [p= 1282,1] [L=259259]||sva-rāj|
|books.google.comSwami Veda Bharati - 2001 - 860 pages - Preview|
As stated, it proves the experience of a past death. Even a child facing a threat trembles (VB). Perhaps the word sva-rasa can be paraphrased as instinct, but such instinct in this theory is not accidental. It is the continuation of a ...
Koichi Yamashita - 1994 - 196 pages - Snippet view
... in the wise.115 The bearer of the essence of life i svarasa-vahin) means the craving for one's self (atma-rasi), ... as a residual potency (vasana) and causes the instinct of self- preservation, fear of death and love of life.117 5. ...
(fr. sva-rasa) possessing inherent flavour or sweetness (as a poem &c ) MW.
|(H1) svārasika [p= 1284,2] [L=259731]||mfn.|
|[L=259732]||natural , self-evident |
(fr. sva-lakṣaṇa) specific characteristics , natural disposition Mn. ix , 19.
|(H1) svālakṣaṇya [L=259751]||n.|
one's own affair or cause , personal matter or advantage , self-interest , one's own aim or object (also pl.) MaitrUp. MBh. R. &c
|(H3) svā* rtha [L=258406]||m.|
|[L=258407]||one's own property or substance |
Sa1h. Veda7ntas. TPra1t. Sch.
|[L=258408]||own or original meaning |
sā*rtha) , a pleonasm MW.
|[L=258409]||similar meaning (prob. for |
(ā)n. directed to one's self egoistical (-tā f.) Kum. Tarkas. &c
|(H3B) svā* rtha [L=258411]||mf|
(ā)n. adapted to (its) purpose Car.
|(H3B) svā* rtha [L=258412]||mf|
(ā)n. having one's object , expressing (its) own inherent or true meaning , having a natural or literal meaning , having a similar merits (= sā*rtha) , pleonastic MW.
|(H3B) svā* rtha [L=258413]||mf|
having natural or peculiar energy MW.
|(H3) svau* jas [p= 1278,1] [L=258469]||mfn.|
N. of a minister Nya1yam.
|(H3B) svau* jas [L=258470]||m.|
(ā́)n. (or svayáṃ-k°) made or performed or effected or committed or composed by one's self , natural , spontaneous (with vigraha , " a war undertaken on one's own account ") TBr. &c
|(H3) svayaṃ--kṛtá [p= 1278,2] [L=258554]||mf|
(ā)n. self-abiding , being in one's self (or " in the self " Sarvad. ), being in one's natural state , being one's self uninjured , unmolested , contented , doing well , sound well , healthy (in body and mind ; often v.l. for su-stha) , comfortable , at ease (compar. -tara) MaitrUp. &c
|(H3) svá--stha [L=258275]||mf|
|[L=258276]||relying upon one's self , confident , resolute , composed |
|[L=258277]||self-sufficient , independent |
» [p= 1271,1].
|(H1) sva-stha [p= 1283,2] [L=259572]||&c |
-karoti , to make one's self , make well , reduce to one's natural condition Pan5cad.
|(H3) svá--sthī- √ kṛ [p= 1277,1] [L=258287]||P.|
-bhavati , to become one's self , return to one's natural condition , become well or sober Prab.
|(H3) svá--sthī- √ bhū [L=258288]||P.|
one's natural disposition Mr2icch.
|(H3) svá--svabhāva [L=258292]||m.|