The Mirror of Self-supremacy, Or, Svātantrya-darpaṇa
Svatantrya-Darpana in Sanskrit couplets is a fresh look on Kashmir Saivism, meant for beginners. It is based strictly on the words by ancient masters of the subject. Along with the English translation entitles The Mirror of Self Supremacy and notes, it brings to clear light many profound principles and doctrines of the subject regarding topics like-metaphysics, antology, cosmogony, cosmology, causation etc. and discusses the practical doctrines of yoga of its Trika system. Besides, it presents the historical development of the subject and its comparison with other prominent schools of Indian thought and discusses the practical utility of the subject in the present age.
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Abhinavagupta absolute reality Advaita Vedanta Anavayoga appears aspect aspirant Atman attainable Avidya basic becomes bhati Bhatta Kallata bliss bondage Brahman Buddhism chapter character ciousness cognition contemplation darsana devotion divine activities divine potency divine power elements entity everything finite Godhead I-ness Ibid ideas impurity inanimate Isvara Kala Kallata Kashmir Saivism known liberation limitless Lord Siva manifestation Mantras Maya means mental monistic naiva objective existence one's outward param PaSu perfect person phenomena philosophy physical body playful potent consciousness practice practitioner PrakaSa Prakrti preceptor principle psychic light pure consciousness Purusa real nature realization reflections revelation root substance Saiva Sakala Sakti Samkhya Samvit scriptures self-bliss self-dependence shines Siva-hood Somananda Spanda speech spiritual stage supergods supreme Susupti svatantryam Tantraloka target of meditation tasya tatah tattvas theory this-ness transcendental Trika Trika system truth Turya types Uccarayoga unity in diversity universe Utpaladeva Vasugupta Vidya Vidyesvaras Vikalpa VimarSa worldly soul yoga yogin