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Marn The chapter concludes by saying that the work in hand has been composed in order to regenerate the cognisance of the divine essence within each person, a knowledge that has remained suspended as the result of forgetfulness or Self-oblivion. However, He creates both time and space out of His own being; through the play of His own divine activity. With regard to the same problem: Consequently, at the time of the final dissolution, [this fiery ocean] swallows all the great mountain ranges and the whole of material existence.
He brings as an analogy the famed materialization of objects by advanced yoginspurely by using their psychic powers. The Pratyabhijna system had a period of intense development between the 9th and the 11th centuries, : Such higher Consciousness is the universal Self, known as Almighty God. This is His cognitive power, called jndna-sakti. Jul 02, agnostic rated it liked it. At the stage of initial perception pratyabhiunathe object perceived shines in itself.
Abhinavagupta did not have a wife or children, but lived in his home with family XXXIV Ifvura-pratyabhijnd-karikd members. The existence of the single universal Subject, the Supreme Self, appearing as all subjective and objective phenomena in the universe, is emphatically stated toward the close of the chapter.
It was because of this richness of the Sanskrit language that the great Buddhist philosophers, who had been pratyabbhijna Pali and Prakrit as did the Buddha and his immediate followersbegan to compose in Sanskrit by the first century B. One lengthy chapter is devoted to the refutation of the principles of all the other schools of Indian thought prevalent in that age, some of which are now unknown. Commentary II cognition, or knowing, were taken to be conscious in nature, then it would turn out to be equally eternal, like Atman, and could not be considered subordinate to it.
He wrote a work of unique worth on dramaturgy Ndtya-Sastra under the title Abhinava-bharatL His Locana commentary on the Dhvanyaloka of Anandavardhana is still being studied in Sanskrit institutes of learning.
God s will is independent in all respects, as it does not always take into isbara the merits and demerits ot the person on whom Isvar bestows His grace. I can contact these professors again. It is thus the Lord who differentiates all thoughts and causes any collective consideration about them. Isvara Pratyabhijna Karika of Utpaladeva The principle of spiritual realism, as taught in the Saivite scriptures, is thus established here again.
JhdndJhikdra Chapter 4 39 Commentary Recollection always involves a core of objective knowing. In truth, the Lord Himselt pervades and shines within all such entities as the physical body, objects, human perception, ideation, and memory.
This power of differentiation is called here apohana-sakti. Abhinavagupta referred to such couplets as sutras, a highly condensed form of expression extensively delineating a topic. Isvara Pratyabhijna Karika of Utplaladeva — Utpala — Google Books These particulars include all mental activities such as establishing equality or generality, working out the relationship between cause and effect, and conducting recollection, refutation, inference, and all other such mental transactions of a pure or impure character.
What are commonly known as the five vital airs for instance, as they are discussed in Nyaya-Vaisesika can more properly be understood merely as a physical analysis of the activities of bodily and mental vivification, rather than a vaulting up into a higher form of yogic experience, as is illustrated here.
The light streaming out of his lyric poetry dealing with the principles of philosophy is very often much easier to absorb than that Introduction xxxiii pouring from his logical works mentioned above.
Commentary According to Indian scriptural philosophy, action is a series of successive movements residing in a single process. It is called nirvikalpa knowledge, knowing beyond thought. The object that is brought to light by perception and the name and form imposed on it by subsequent mental creation are both different from recollection, because neither of these two psychic activities, nor their contents, exists at the time of recollection.
Elizabeth Grimbergen, David Kempton, Dr. This canvas has an even surface, while the paintings on it appear as diverse and uneven. He continues to bear the impressions of the past experiences, their objective data, circumstances, aims, objects, and so on, throughout the whole span of time. It has been analysed further by Abhinavagupta into eight chapters called dhnikasor daily lessons.
Panca-Kritya is a general practice which underlies all the other practices. He explained and commented upon the philosophical works composed by Somananda and Utpaladeva.
The Buddhists claim, therefore, that all of these elements are utterly useless in proving the existence of Atman. Thus, all cognitions being limited perceptions of the absolute, are illusions, on account of containing a sense of duality. While Samkhya philosophy has discussed the character and effect of the three gunas, isvada can argue that this school has neither fully explored their origin, nor the source of their character, nor the process of their manifestation.
The bound being is thus severely limited in his capacity for action by this admixture of pleasure and pain. Instead, transformation of prakrti would have been chaotic in character. Awareness is the essentia character of Consciousness, the esseoce of pure Consciousness. The next objection is this: The universe would not be a perfect cosmos, but an utter peatyabhijna. Commentary Only a person himself is aware of his own knowing.
Following this discussion, the text throws light on the character of the pure principles of creation that are, in descending order, liv Isvara-pratyahhijhd-kdrika saddsivaTsvaru, and sad-vidyd or suddha-vidyd. As for the base on which such an impression rests, the flow of mental consciousness can serve such purpose well. Also included are any pragyabhijna of unity or relation between some present and past remembered objects.
Utpaladeva does agree with the Buddhists 1 theory of the non-existence of material phenomena lying outside the field of Consciousness, but not with their theory of pratyabbhijna non-existence of the knowing Subject who directs and controls the flux of mental activity. The vijndnakalas are bound by both the dinava-mala, the impurity of finitude, and the mdyTya-mala, the impurity of diversity.
Chapter I reminds the reader that objections raised by some Vijnanavadins against the notion pratybhijna the power ot action could belong to the Absolute Atman have already been discounted. Universal creation has thus been asserted emphatically to be fundamentally due to the creative nature of God. TOP Related Articles.
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