Spanda - Throbbing, pulsation
The ceaseless throb of Paradevispand
Westergaard Dhatupatha links: 2.13
Whitney Roots links: spand
syand) cl.1 A1. ( Dha1tup. ii , 13) spandate (rarely °ti ; only in pres. base and inf. spanditum ; Gr. also pf. paspande ; fut. spanditā , spandiṣyate ; aor. aspandiṣṭa) , to quiver , throb , twitch , tremble , vibrate , quake , palpitate , throb with life , quicken (as a child in the womb) Pa1rGr2. Car. MBh. &c ;
|(H1) spand [p= 1268,1] [L=256488]||(often confounded with √ |
to kick (as an animal) Br. A1s3vS3r. ;
to make any quick movement , move , be active Hariv. ;
to flash into life , come suddenly to life BhP. : Caus. spandayati (aor. apaspandat) , to cause to quiver or shake MBh. ;
to move (trans.) A1s3vS3r. : Desid. pispandiṣate Gr.: Intens. , » paniṣpadá. ([cf. Gk. σφενδόνη , σφαδασμος , σφεδανός , σφοδρός ; perhaps also Lat. pendo , pondus.])
(ā́)n. making a sudden movement , kicking (as a cow) AV.
|(H2) spandaná [L=256505]||mf|
a kind of tree (the wood of which is made into bedsteads , chairs &c ) VarBr2S.
|(H2B) spandaná [L=256506]||m.|
throbbing , pulsation , palpitation , quivering , twitching (twitchings and quiverings of the body are supposed to prognosticate good or bad luck , and are therefore minutely described in certain works ; » above ) , trembling , agitation A1s3vGr2. Mr2icch. &c
|(H2B) spandaná [L=256507]||n.|
throbbing with life , quickening (of a child in the womb) Ya1jn5. Sus3r.
|(H2B) spandaná [p= 1268,2] [L=256508]||n.|
quick movement , motion Katha1s.
|(H2B) spandaná [L=256509]||n.|
w.r. for syand° RV. iii , 53 , 19.
|(H2B) spandaná [L=256510]||n.|
The doctrine of vibration: an analysis of the doctrines and ... - Page 77
quivering , trembling Sa1h.
|(H2) spandita [L=256511]||mfn.|
Caus.) set in motion , produced Prab.
a pulsation , throb , trembling Vikr.
|(H2B) spandita [L=256513]||n.|
movement or activity (of the mind) Prab.
|(H2B) spandita [L=256514]||n.|
|Mark S. G. Dyczkowski - 1989 - 297 pages - Preview|
Ill Spanda: The Universal Activity of Absolute Consciousness We have seen how the dynamic (spanda) character of absolute consciousness is its freedom to assume any form at will through the active diversification of awareness (vimarsa ) ...
- The yoga of vibration and divine pulsation: a translation of the ... - Page 129
|In 1,17, it has been said, "The fully enlightened has always the experience of Spanda tattva." In the same section, it has been said, in I, 21, "One should always be on the alert for the discernment of the spanda principle. ...|
Spanda kārikā, a study: along with Sanskrit text & Vr̥tti of Śrī ...
- The Stanzas on vibration: the Spandakārikā with four commentaries ...: Volume 1592 - Page 51
|Thus Utpala stresses that Spanda is the recurrent pulse of Siva's movement down into gross material ... In this way the entire range of reality as the ongoing process of evolution and regression is Spanda, which is Siva. ...|
Specific principles of Kashmir Śaivism
|Dr. Rajendra, Kallaṭa - 1994 - 99 pages - Snippet view|
Study of the Śivasūtra (Spandakārikā) of Vasugupta, aphoristic work on Trika philosophy of Kashmir Saivism; includes text with Kallaṭa's Sanskrit commentary.
Krama Tantricism of Kashmir: Volume 1 - Page 116
|Balajinnātha Paṇḍita - 1997 - 198 pages - Snippet view|
Chapter 6 The Spanda Principle The spanda principle (spanda-siddhdnta) is one of the most important principles of ... While the term spanda has already been introduced, the present chapter will be devoted to a detailed discussion of it ...
|Navjivan Rastogi - 1996 - 297 pages - Preview|
(i) the Spanda-kdrikas were a commentary on the Sivasutras, (ii) Vasugupta and Kallata both are related to the Spanda- kSrikBs whether directly or indirectly, (iii) Kallata did write two commentaries on the Sivasutras. ...