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When He opens His eyes, it means He opens His nature. When He opens His nature, that is the destruction of the differentiated universe. When He closes His eyes, that means, when He ignores His nature, the universe appears into its being. ~Swami Lakshmanjoo

This is an excerpt from the Spanda Sandoha, an exposition of Kṣemarāja on the first verse of the Spanda Kārikā written by Vasuguptanātha, revealed to us by Swami Lakshmanjoo. Available…

There is no such state of life where śivatā does not exist, where the state of Śiva is not present. ~Swami Lakshmanjoo

A central theme of the philosophy of Kashmir Shaivism is the highly esoteric principle known as spanda which means vibrationless/vibration or established stable movement. In our Shaivism there are two…

“Jai Guru Dev!” means to subside the ego existing in all four states of being. ~Swami Lakshmanjoo

A central theme of the philosophy of Kashmir Shaivism is the highly esoteric principle known as spanda which means vibrationless/vibration or established stable movement. In our Shaivism there are two…

Complete Series of Classic Texts of Kashmir Shaivism by Swami Lakshmanjoo

It was Swami Lakshmanjoo’s heartfelt desire that his teachings of Kashmir Shaivism would be preserved long after his departure from this world (1991). The last in an unbroken chain of…

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