- n. A sect comprising the worshipers of the god Siva.
“It was the birthplace of the Hindu sect called Kashmiri 'Shaivism', and a haven for the greatest Sanskrit scholars.”
“This wonderful man, revered in India as a saint, was the only living master of a complex branch of Yoga called Kashmir Shaivism.”
“The transcripts of these and other conversations with Lakshmanjoo can be found in our books Aspects of Kashmir Shaivism and Ethics of Yoga, and in a three-volume videotape series see Resources.”
“Kashmir Shaivism—A school of Yoga philosophy that recognizes the essential unity of everything in the universe.”
“A set of three videotapes in which Alice Christensen introduces Swami Lakshmanjoo and talks with him about his background, the philosophy of Kashmir Shaivism, and other topics in Yoga.”
“Shaivite philosophy, 211–212 see also Kashmir Shaivism”
“Kashmir Shaivism uses the symbolism found within certain paths within Hinduism, in a non-dual, non-dogmatic way.”
“Interestingly, these forms had got popularity in propagation of Shaivism of Bakti tradition.”
“Siva or _Shaivism_ -- and do not differ materially in style.”
“Shaivism is a great religious force among the people of Orissa.”
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