Pranava as the primordial shout of joy
–From Chris Chapple’s Yoga and the Luminous
Yoga and the luminous: Patañjali's spiritual path to freedom - Page 152
Christopher Key Chapple, Patañjali - 2008 - 301 pages - Google eBook - Preview
the sacred syllable "om"; from pra (before, forward) + nava, from \nu (sound, shout, exult) Its expression is pranava (put). 1.28 taj japas tad artha-bhavanam tat (n. nom. sg. pron.) that japas (m. nom. sg.) repetition, repeating in a ...
verb (used without object)
1. to show or feel a lively or triumphant joy; rejoice exceedingly; be highly elated or jubilant: They exulted over their victory.
2. Obsolete . to leap, especially for joy.
exult at dictionary.com
|pra-ṇáva [p= 659,3] [L=131108]|
|(H3)pra-° ṇáva [p= 660,3] [L=131284]||mf.|
|(H3B)pra-° ṇáva [L=131284.1]||m.|
|nāvá 1 [p= 538,1] [L=106170]|
|(H1)nāva 2 [L=106171]||=|
|pra-° ṇāda [p= 659,3] [L=131072]|
|[L=131073]||a murmur or sigh of rapture|
|[L=131074]||noise or buzzing in the ear (from thickening of the membranes|
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For instance, pranava is the best of boats (nava) to cross the ocean; ie the samsdra evolved out of prakrti (pra).13 Or, pranava means that there is no (na) diffusiveness (pra) for you (va).14 Or, pranava is so called ...
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Pranava is said to be two types-subtle (suksma) and gross (sthula). The suksma pranava is constituted of one single sound ... of pranava by giving fanciful etymologies of the word pranava. Pra stands for prakrti or the world (samsara) ..
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pra-nava. = SrasS 1 ft 2. Roaring, crying, sounding, hamming, etc. 2, a small kind of drum or tabor. 3, the mystic syllable 6m (Bp. 57, 76). Z5jpe^s3f»rfft5! pranava-parvaka. Preceded by the syllable Am (Cpr. 6, after 71). ...
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8 In accordance with its usual practice, the i>P emphasizes the importance of pranava by giving fanciful etymologies of the word pranava.''9 Pra stands for prakrti or the world (sathsara) which has evolved from prakrti; nava stands for ...
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It is the ideal way (pra) to provide new (nava) wisdom. The pranava also, the purana goes on to explain, has both a subtle (suk$ma) and a gross (sthula) form. The former is ekak$ara, made up of "one syllable" and the latter is ...
Journal of the American Oriental Society: Volume 80
American Oriental Society - 1960 - Snippet view
Ind. form of pra-nava- '*sounding forward' from nu- (ndvate) +pra, 'briillen, drbhnen, schallen' (eg, of cows) RV, 'brummen, ... The meaning ' die heilige Silbe om ' clearly is a technical specialization of the base meaning of pranava- , .
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