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The Yoga of Vibration and Divine Pulsation
The Yoga of Vibration and Divine Pulsation (December 1991)
A Translation of the Spanda Karika with Ksemaraja's Commentary, the Spanda Nirnaya
Jaideva Singh - Author
Mark S. G. Dyczkowski - With
Paul E. Muller-Ortega - Foreword by

Spanda is the vibratory dynamism of the absolute consciousness. In the first section of his commentary, Ksja presents spanda as identical with the essential self of each person. The second section presents a methodology that allows access to the world of spanda yoga. The third section describes the spiritual powers attained by the realization of spanda.

Through modern physics, we have grown accustomed to thinking of physical reality as wa...(Read More)
The Yoga of Delight, Wonder, and Astonishment
The Yoga of Delight, Wonder, and Astonishment (August 1991)
A Translation of the Vijnana-bhairava with an Introduction and Notes by Jaideva Singh
Jaideva Singh - Author

This book offers 112 dharanas -- 112 meditations or techniques -- for experiencing the extraordinary and paradoxical reality of unbounded consciousness called Bhairava. In her initial question to Bhairava, the Goddess asks him to reveal his own essential nature to her. Bhairava praises her question as pertaining to the very essence of the Tantra, and he praises the transcendent aspect of the Supreme. The Goddess then beseeches Bhairava to teach h...(Read More)
The Doctrine of Recognition
The Doctrine of Recognition (May 1990)
A Translation of the Pratyabhijnahrdayam with an Introduction and Notes, by Ksemaraja
Ksemaraja - Author
Jaideva Singh - Translator

"In this world there are some devoted people who are undeveloped in reflection and have not taken pains in studying difficult works, but who nevertheless aspire after the enlightenment that blossoms forth with the descent of Sakti. For their sake the doctrine of recognition is being explained briefly."--Ksemaraja

The word pratyabhijna means recognition. All individuals are divine, but they have forgotten their...(Read More)
A Trident of Wisdom
A Trident of Wisdom (July 1989)
Translation of Paratrisika-vivarana
Abhinavagupta - Author
Jaideva Singh - Translator
Paul E. Muller-Ortega - Foreword by

"I have prepared a trident of Wisdom in order to cut asunder their bondage." -- Abhinavagupta

This is a long commentary on a short Tantra. One of the most authoritative and venerated texts in Kashmir Shaivism, it deals with the nature of Ultimate Reality and with methods of realization focusing on the theory and practice of Mantra. Abhinavagupta presents his metaphysics of language, of the Word (Vak), and its relation...(Read More)
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