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119r ). , do not refer to the shell, but to the Brahmânda itself. For uddhâra see n. 13 above. 288-291 (not in the SM ), see p. , notes 64—67. 1 lcd-12ab; cf. 4-8ab; cf. p. 29 According to Aghorasiva, an author of the southern school of Saivism, the Navütman runs H S K S M L V R Y Ü M (see Brunner 1977, 130 n. 23 ; note the position of the ra). This mantra is related, on the phenomenal level, to nine categories, the na vatattva. 30 Its deity therefore incorporates all the thirty-six tattvas. In the K M T this mantra and its deity occupy a central position as the con sort of Kubjikü.
The Pancacakra here occupies an important position. As was indicated above, the components of this series vary in the Kubjikâ literature. , live Mahântârikâs. a sixfold jnclna and four Siddhas) which resemble the groups of the series of the twenty-eight, but altogether comprise thirty components. Only part of them is explained in the subsequent lines. Chapter II is entitled satprakâranirnaya, chapter 12 satprakârâdhikârârnava, chapter 15 satprakâire yoginïnirnaya and chapter 16 satprakâre mahânandapancake.
N. 20 below). 2c) for the Khecarïcakra. This means that, while the dimension of the second cakra is ten times as large as that of the first one, in the following cases the factor of multiplication is a hundred. With regard to these dimensions we may point out a parallel which occurs in the tenth chapter of the SvT. e. the seven lokas, the Brahmâsana, the city of Visnu, the Rudraloka, etc. 344-664). 668). Actually, this holds good up to ahamkâra, after which the factor of multiplication increases.