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A-KA-THA — Adhara



A-KA-THA

A-KA-THA is the triangle in the Guru Chakra, in which the entire creation is enclosed, symbolically it represents the Shabda-Brahman with its energies. It is also called Kama-kala.

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Abhaya

«Fearlessness». One of the main virtues. Also, the name of the corresponding hasta-mudra (hand position) is the «gesture of fearlessness», abhaya-mudra, in which the fingers of the right hand are raised upward, and the palm facing forward.

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Abhichara

The magician's desire for occult power to fulfill personal desires leads him to the most dangerous kind of magic - black magic. Speaking of the abhichara, one usually means witchcraft with the use of tantra.

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Abhinavagupta

Abhinavagupta (end of 10th - the beginning of the 11th century) is an Indian religious philosopher, poet, mystic and author of works on aesthetics.

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Abhinivesha

Will to possess or strong desire to retain something; manifestation of attachment to life and the fear of death.

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Abhisheka

Abhisheka («ablution», «purification») is a Sanskrit term, which in Hinduism and other Indian religions call the ritual ablution and ablation of the murti.

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Abhyasa

Steady, continuous effort to achieve the goals of yoga and realization of Brahman.

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Adept

from the lat. adeptus – the one who reached

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Adesh
intention in the context of nath-sampradaya; three-unity of Atman, Jivatma and Paramatma  → Подробнее...
Adhara

special areas (points) on the human body, which are considered by Naths as areas of transformation of prana and support for attention

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