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Friday, January 22, 2021

Senses and their relevance in Medical astrology


Tanmatra (Sanskrit: तन्मात्र) is a noun which means – rudimentary or subtle element, merely that, mere essence, potential or only a trifle. There are five sense perceptions – hearing, touch, sight, taste and smell, and there are the five tanmatras corresponding to the five sense perceptions and five sense-organs. The tanmatras combine and re-combine in different ways to produce the gross elements – earth, water, fire, air and ether, which make up the gross universe perceived by the senses. The senses play their part by coming into contact with the objects, and carry impressions of them to the manas which receives and arranges them into a precept



2) Indriya (इन्द्रिय, “faculties”) refers to a set of “twenty-two faculties constituted by the organs”, according to the 2nd century Mahāprajñāpāramitāśāstra chapter 38.

These twenty-two indriyas are constituted by the organs, the sensations or the faculties as follows:

1.    cakus (sight), (Organ eyes- sun and moon the two eyes, Mars the sense of sight) चक्षु इन्द्रिय का विषय वर्ण है। वह पाँच प्रकार का होता है। काला, नीला, पीला, लाल और सफेद। 

2.    śrotra (hearing), (Organ-Ears, Jupiter is ether, the ether is tanmatra of sound, therefore the sense of hearing) श्रोत्र इन्द्रिय का विषय शब्द है। वह सात प्रकार का होता है। षड्ज, ऋषभ, गान्धार, मध्यम, पञ्चम, धैवत और निषाद। इन्हें सा, रे, गा, मा, , , नि भी कहते हैं।

3.    ghrāna (smell), (organ Nose- Venus represents sense of smell Mars represents the nose) घ्राण इन्द्रिय का विषय गन्ध है, वह दो प्रकार की होती है। सुगन्ध और दुर्गन्ध।

4.    jihvā (taste), (organ- Tongue – mercury represents sense of taste, Venus the salivary glands) रसना इन्द्रिय का विषय रस है, वह पाँच प्रकार का होता है। खट्टा, मीठा, कडुवा, कषायला और चरपरा।

5.    kāya (touch), (Organ – Skin, Planet mercury represents the skin and Saturn the sense of Touch) स्पर्शन इन्द्रिय का विषय स्पर्श है, वह आठ प्रकार का होता है। शीत, उष्ण, रूखा, चिकना, कोमल, कठोर, हल्का और भारी। 

6.    manas (mind), (Moon is mind, Prana and the body)

7.    puruendriya (male organ), (organ- Penis- Mars)

8.    strīndriya (female organ), (Organ – Vagina- Venus)

9.    jīvitendriya (vital organ), (Vital organs – Jupiter it’s also called Jeeva)

10.  sukha (sensation of pleasure), (Jupiter is significator for Sukha, it’s a mental sense, a condition of mind- Moon)

11.  dukha (sensation of displeasure), (Saturn signifies the Dukha or Unhappiness)

12.  saumanasya (sensation of satisfaction), (Jupiter will represent)

13.  daurmanasya (sensation of dissatisfaction), (Rahu will represent)

14.  upekā (sensation of indifference), (Partly Rahu, Partly Mercury)

15.  śraddhā (faculty of faith), (Jupiter)

16.  vīrya (faculty of energy), (Venus)

17.  smti (faculty of mindfulness), (Jupiter Samriti means memory)

18.  samādhi (faculty of concentration), (Mercury, Jupiter the budhhi and Sad budhhi)

19.  prajñā (faculty of wisdom), (Jupiter)

The three faculties of understanding the truths:

20.  anājñātamājñāsyāmi-indriya (the faculty signifying “I will understand [the holy truths] which I do not yet understand”).

21.  ājñā-indriya (the faulty of understanding assuring the understanding of these truths).

22.  ājñātāvī-indriya (the faculty belonging to the saint who has understood the truths).

Among so many others, why are these twenty-two Dharmas the only ones to be indriyas? The word indriya, derived from the root id or ind, is synonymous with great power (paramaiśvarya), with control (ādhipatya). The twenty-two Dharmas in question have the characteristic of being dominant in regard to the living being (sattva) in that which concerns: 1. his primary constitution (mauladravya), 2. his distinctiveness (vikalpa), 3. his duration (sthiti), 4. his moral defilement (sakleśa), 5. his purification (vyavadāna).

ज्ञानेन्द्रियां हैं- रूप, शब्द, गंध, स्पर्श और रस की और कर्मेन्द्रियां हैं- हाथ, पैर, वाणी, मल विसर्जन और प्रजनन की इन्द्रियां

मन को 11वीं इन्द्रिय माना जाता है, जो ज्ञानेन्द्रियों और कर्मेन्द्रियों के बीच नियामक का काम करता है। ये इन्द्रियां और मन हमारे ज्ञान और कर्म के साधन मात्र होकर इस संसार को भोगने के भी साधन हैं। संसार का सुख भोगने में मन विचार और कल्पना के द्वारा भी सहायता करता है।