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Commentary of Gabriel Pradīpaka on his own Svātantryasūtram
Hi, Gabriel Pradīpaka --wrongly-written Pradipaka-- again. In order to lay firm foundations in my task of reconnecting spiritual aspirants with their own Self and making the Sanskrit literature up to date and fully alive, I composed Svātantryasūtram --wrongly-written Svatantryasutram--. It was firstly published together with a succinct exposition in English of every aphorism. Now, on those solid foundations, I proceed to write a full commentary (vṛtti) in Sanskrit, the sacred language, on that scripture. In this way, I will also make sure that the subtle meanings contained in each of the aphorisms will not be tergiversated by the ever-present different viewpoints and opinions arisen in limited individuals who are only an invention of the Power of the Self. I offer this work to the pure Self who is the substratum of all that exists and the real key to success in spirituality.
Obviously, I am always mainly following the teachings of Trika (Non-dual Shaivism of Kashmir) because it is my specialty, but I added my own personal experiences too, all of which constitutes what I am now calling: Rosario's Trika or Non-dual Shaivism of Rosario.
Read Svātantryasūtravṛtti and realize your identity with your own Self.
This document was conceived by Gabriel Pradīpaka, one of the two founders of this site, and spiritual guru conversant with Sanskrit language and Trika philosophy.
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