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In turn, all that is between double hyphen Now and then, some important terms may be highlighted with color. The notes at the foot of some aphorisms are also mine, of course. That --i. And ca even though He --i. However, in Trika, it means "to make similar to oneself, assimilate to oneself", which is tantamount to "experiencing unity". When it is said that you should assimilate the universe to yourself, it is meant that you should experience unity with it, this is the sense.
In turn, "Videhamukti" means Liberation attained at the time of leaving one's body. In other words, that "c" before "ch" is not an original constituent but a consonant to be obligatorily inserted according to that particular rule of Consonant Sandhi. Anacka sounds are simply consonants without a vowel. For example: h.
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According to the Pratyabhijna school of Saivism the whole universe is nothing but power, inherent in Siva , the universal consciousness, in various forms. By his free will he limits himself as the universe, soul, etc. Man bound by body, pleasure, etc. Cannot understand his real nature and attain liberation. They help man to recognize his divinity, and his identity with God and the universe and attain liberation. Its aim is to promote understanding among the peoples of the world through knowledge of the higher aspects of their respective cultures.
The term Trika was used by Abhinavagupta to represent the entire Kashmir Shaivism or to designate the Pratyabhijna system. So, the meaning is direct knowledge of one's self, "recognition". The Pratyabhijna system had a period of intense development between the 9th and the 11th centuries,  : with a lineage of masters and disciples who wrote treatises and mystical poetry. The founder of the Pratyabhijna school was Somananda — CE. In Advaita Vedanta, a liberated jiva is freed from the universe, but here, the universe appears as the real I-consciousness, a mass of consciousness and bliss.