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  1. Thread: Shaiva Dvaita?

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    Re: Shaiva Dvaita?

    Hello,
    Saiva Siddhanta of Meykandar Sampradaya (the philosophy which I'm studying and following now) can't be considered as either abheda, bhedabheda or bheda (advaita/vishishtadvaita/dvaita). It...
  2. Thread: 36 Tattvas

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    36 Tattvas

    Hello, finally after doing further research I decided to stick to Saiva Siddhanta of Meykanda Deva (pluralistic realism). I've been reading some texts like:

    *Saiva Siddhanta Studies.
    *Sivagnana...
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    Srikantha (Nilakantha) Bhashya

    Hello, anyone knows where the Nilakantha's Bhashya on Brahma Sutras can be found online? Only found it in one place but it is not in a very good quality and some parts cannot be read clearly.
    Also...
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    Triakshar mrtyunjaya mantra

    Hello, I've read about the triakshar mrtyunjaya, which is said to be the shortest or seed form of maha mrtyunjaya.
    I wanted to know if it should be pronounced "om haum joom sah" or "om haum joom...
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    Re: Durga mantra pronounciation

    Hello Jaynarayan, thanks. Yes I'm a bit confused too. Maybe the ones containing beej syllabe (in this case dum/doom) belong to agamic/tantric tradition. The same pattern repeats with Ganesha mantra:...
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    Durga mantra pronounciation

    Hello, I have a doubt a little detail in pronounciation of Durga mantra.
    Is it " om dum durgayei namaha" or "om dum durgaye namaha"?

    Thanks.
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    Re: Offering water to shivling

    Hi devotee,
    You're right, but I'm not new to Sanatana Dharma. I've been for 3 years, mainly interested in the intellectual tradition of Adi Shankaracharya, trying to attain jnana by reading texts...
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    Re: Offering water to shivling

    Jaynarayan ji
    Nice to know, same with me. I've been following Shankaracharya's Advaita Vedanta for 3 years.
    Few months ago, due to some kind of shakti that awoke in me as result of tapas generated...
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    Re: Offering water to shivling

    Hi, Jainarayan

    Thanks for your reply. I'm curious, what tradition are you following? Do you follow Smartha tradition of Shankaracharya? Or do you follow a theistic Vedic Vaishnava or Agamic...
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    Re: Panchakshara with or without OM?

    Hi, yajvan ji.

    Yes, I mean "shi-vai". Sorry, as a native spanish speaker I'm not fully aware of semi-vowel as there is no such rule in my mother tounge.
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    Re: Panchakshara with or without OM?

    Hello, I've heard some pronounce it "om namah shivay".
    If it is pronounced without the final "a" then you have panchakshara with "om" included. It would be "om-na-mah-shi-vay".
    At least in the...
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    Offering water to shivling

    Hello, is it adequate to offer natural mineral water to shivling, considering the fact that it could have been processed in some form before being bottled and commercialized? I'm aware that...
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    Re: Panentheistic Saiva tradition

    Hello, doesn't Saiva Siddhanta deal with dvaita knowledge? I've been interested in Advaita Vedanta for the last 3 years or so, until recently I've realized that it's not for me. I became sick and...
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    Panentheistic Saiva tradition

    Hello all, I'm looking for a Saiva agamic philosophy and texts which deal with bheda-abheda/qualified monism/panentheistic knowledge. Also interested in learning theological, devotional and...
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