[Advaita-l] tri-guNa-Atmaka

Michael Shepherd michael at shepherd87.fsnet.co.uk
Mon Apr 13 08:31:05 CDT 2009

Namaste Shrinavas,

'atmaka' or 'atmaika' is adjectival, meaning 'of the nature of -- the Self'.

It would refer to the level of Creation and appearance -- i.e. whether in a
specific context, the triguna are observed as emerging in the nature of
atman, prakriiti, Ishwara..

Please somebody correct me if I'm wrong..


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Subject: [Advaita-l] tri-guNa-Atmaka

What is the exact meaning of the word Atmaka, in words like
tri-guNa-Atmaka ?
More light on Atmaka from grammar view point will also be appreciated.
(role of letter "ka" in Atmaka )
Thanks, and regards,

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