The word pratyabhijna means recognition. All individuals are divine, but they have forgotten their real nature and are identified with their psycho-physical mechanisms. This teaching is meant to enable them to recognize their real nature. It offers the spiritual practice through which they can realize their true Selves.
This book occupies the same place in Saiva or Trika literature that Vedantasara does in Vedanta. It avoids all polemics and gives a succinct form for the main tenents of the Pratyabhijna system.
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Ksemaraja lived in Tenth Century Shrinagar. He was the brilliant student of the great Abhinavagupta who was a peerless master of tantra, yoga, philosophy, and poetics. In addition to Pratyabhijnahrdayam, Ksemaraja wrote Spandasandoha, Spandanirnaya, Svacchandoddyota, Netroddyota, Vijnnabhairavoddyota, Sivasutra-vimarsaini, Stavacinmanka, Parapravesaika, and Tattvasandoha.Language Notes:
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