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Takshaka — Turya



Takshaka

the king of snakes who killed King Pariksit

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Talu-chakra

palate chakra - located in the soft palate (tAlu-mula); it is also called Lalana-chakra.


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Tamas

tatic, suppressive principle, inertia, density, force of compression, resistance and decay

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Tandava

great dance of Shiva

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Tanmatra

elementary or subtle element

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Tantra
mystical and magical doctrine, inspiring creation  → Подробнее...
Tantrika-mantra
mantras using many bija-mantras  → Подробнее...
Tapas
cleansing spiritual disciplines such as asceticism, repentance, and sacrifice  → Подробнее...
Tara

Tantric goddess who is part of the group of ten Mahavidyas (Dasha-mahavidya)

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Taraka yoga
yoga of liberation  → Подробнее...
Tarpana

offering of water through specific places on the palms, symbolically associated with the tirthas

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Tatpurusha

eastern face of Shiva, the power of concealing truth

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Tattva-akasha
akasha in which the inner essence (tattva) of oneself and the world is known  → Подробнее...
Trika

self-name of Kashmir Shivaism

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Trikuti

space between the eyebrows

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Trimurti

classical Hindu idea of God as the Divine Trinity is Brahma, Vishnu and Rudra

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Trishul Trishul
It is a trident, a Lord Shiva’s weapon which is carried by yogis. It is the royal scepter of Shaiva-dharma. The trishula symbolism is polyvalent and rich. The three spearheads have various meanings and significance. They are commonly said to represent various trinities - creation, maintenance and destruction; past, present and future, the three gunas – sattva, rajas and tamas.  → Подробнее...
Turya
the fourth state of consciousness  → Подробнее...

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