Tantraloka


Tantraloka

Tantrāloka est un texte sanskrit composé au Xe ou XIe siècle par Abhinavagupta. Ce texte traite du kulayāga qui est une technique de transgression tantrique[1]. C'est dans ce texte qu'apparaît pour la première fois ainsi que dans certaines Upaniṣad tardives le terme Kuṇḍalinī[2].

Notes et références

  1. The Sanskrit Heritage Dictionary de Gérard Huet
  2. The Hidden Mysteries of Kundalini. R. Venugopalam. Éd. B. Jain Publishers, 2001, page 11. (ISBN 9788180560033)

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