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Samkhya Sanskrit, n. The tradition sees called Kapila as the founder of the system and as author of the Samkhya Sutra , who's surviving version is from the fourteenth century. It conatins references to Panchasikha, a disciple of Kapila's disciple Asuri. The Samkhya-Karika of Ishvarakrishna, a collection of 72 teaching stanzas, is the most important text source. The Samkhya was after n. At the center of the philosophy of the Samkhya is the representation of the "25 realities" tattvas and the related doctrine of evolution and involution.

It differentiates between indefinite nirvikalpa perceptions and particular savikalpa perceptions. Samkhya attaches importance to a precise logical description. The Samkhya, as well as Vedanta , support the satkaryavada, however with somewhat different interpretation.

The complete redemption from the rebirth cycle Moksha is also in the forefront in the Samkhya. It goes along with the completion of three kinds of suffering duhkha :. The Samkhya is a list sankhya or analysis of the universe, and, in the context of its metaphysics, basically represents a dualism Dvaita. It starts similar to buddhism with the conclusion that the world is full of hardships of three kinds, physical aclhibkautika , supernatural adhidaivikd and bodily adhyatmika.

These are the results of the properties of matter Prakriti and not of the inseparable, consistent intelligence of consciousness Purusha as Jnasvarupa. The indivisible Prakrti and Purusha are in themselves sufficient for the totality of the phenomena of the universe. The unmanifested Mula Prakriti is seen in Chapter 3 of the Sandilya Upanishad as a companion of Maheshvara and equated with Avidja and Maya , with whom Maheshvara conceals herself.

The idea of a creator is regarded by Ishvarakrishna as a purely redundant phantom of philosophy, but not direct rejected, nor by Kapila..

Prakriti is the substrate in which the three properties, passivity sattwa , energy or activity rajas and coarseness tamas exist in a state of equilibrium. Energy moves the other two, and the evolution begins. The first differentiation of Prakriti creates Mahat, the germ of individuality, the Ahankara or individuality. Ahankara creates under the influence of energy from his passive and coarse sides the eleven organs of action and perception, internally and externally, and the five states tanmatras that precede the formation of matter.

The primordial matter Prakriti has three Properties Gunas :. From the Prakriti, ten organs of sense indriyani arise. The cosmic intelligence or higher reason mahat or buddhi arises from the primordial matter mulaprakriti , and from this the ego-consciousness Ahamkara.

The ego-consciousness is for its part t he origin of the mind manas , from which the ten organs of sense indriyani arise. The whole describes the construction of the mental plane or the hinduist Swar-Lok a out of the Mahar-Loka.

The astral world ist here unknown. A total of 25 tattvas are formed, as well as a point - shaped primary particle atma - anu , w hich emits waves and forms the basis for the creation.

The list of Samkhya - tattvas is also found in the Taittiriya Upanishad, in the Aitareya Upanishad and in the Yajnavalkya-Maitri dialogue in the Brihadaranyaka Upanishade. The relationship between Purusha and Prakriti is decisive for Patanjalis Ashtanga Yoga System, which, as mentioned above, adds the concept of Ishvara.

The further manifestation vyakta takes place without the active influence of the Purusha, who is always viewed in its essence as unobserved spectator sakshin and as beyond space, time and causality, and as eternally pure and free. He triggers further evolution through its mere presence. Only Buddhi interacts with Purusha. An all-pervading being in the form of a "last reality" or a "one" Ishvara, Brahman is unknown in the classical version of Samkhya.

Samkha is also known for Anvikshiki Vidya ' reasoned discourse. The practitioner develops the 'third eye' through meditation and sees the Prakriti, who disappears with the transformations and leaves the self alone. All conventional phenomena thus disappear from the spirit of the yogis. This is regarded as liberation. In the later Samkhya a knowledge of the role of the Purusha as the "true Ego" of man and as from suffering unaffected spectator of the creative events of Prakriti - only in her sphere exists in Samkhya suffering - is already kaivalya independence , which brings after physical death the end of all rebirths and of any karmic bonds.

First Patanjali introduced the Ishvara above all, though Kapila did not put the Vedas into question and may have beleived in a kind of Ishvara. The Samkhya. There are two views of the causality principle in Indian philosophy Satkaryavada Satkaryavada pre-existence of an effect in a cause Asatkaryavada Non-existence of the effect in a cause : The Samkhya, as well as Vedanta , support the satkaryavada, however with somewhat different interpretation.

Purushas are each a center of simple consciousness and always remain unchanging and unique. The Universal Path of Spirituality.

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The text provides foundational doctrines of one of the influential schools of Hindu philosophy, such as "nothing can come out of nothing, and nothing can altogether vanish out of existence" in its doctrine of Sat-Karya-Siddhanta , [2] a debate on the two theories for the origin of the world - the creationists Abhava Utpatti and the evolutionists Vivarta , changing from one state to another , [3] the doctrine of Parinama transformation , [4] among others. Samkhya Pravachana Sutra is also known as Samkhya Sutra. It describes the philosophy of the Samkhya school. The edition that survives in modern times is dated to the 14th century. The text consists of six chapters. The first three describe core Samkhya doctrines, the fourth chapter describes stories for illustration of the doctrines, the fifth reviews arguments and challenge by rival Indian philosophies particularly Buddhism on one side and Theistic philosophy on the other side, then provides its analysis and answers to those challenges. The last chapter recapitulates its thesis, summarizes its main points and makes conclusions.

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Samkhya Sanskrit, n. The tradition sees called Kapila as the founder of the system and as author of the Samkhya Sutra , who's surviving version is from the fourteenth century. It conatins references to Panchasikha, a disciple of Kapila's disciple Asuri. The Samkhya-Karika of Ishvarakrishna, a collection of 72 teaching stanzas, is the most important text source. The Samkhya was after n. At the center of the philosophy of the Samkhya is the representation of the "25 realities" tattvas and the related doctrine of evolution and involution.

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