Series: SUNY Series, Shaiva Traditions of Kashmir

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The Doctrine of Vibration: An Analysis of the Doctrines and Practices of Kashmir Shaivism by Mark S. G. Dyczkowski
Kundalini: The Energy of the Depths by Lilian Silburn
The Triadic Heart of Siva: Kaula Tantricism of Abhinavagupta in the Non-Dual Shaivism of Kashmir by Paul Eduardo Muller-Ortega

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  1. Spanda-Karikas: The Divine Creative Pulsation by Jaideva Singh (1980)
  2. Kashmir Shaivism: The Secret Supreme by Swami Lakshman Jee (1985)
  3. The Splendor of Recognition: An Exploration of the Pratyabhijna-hrdayam, a Text on the Ancient Science of the Soul by Swami Shantananda (2003)
  4. Self Realization in Kashmir Shaivism : The Oral Teachings of Swami Lakshmanjoo by John Hughes (1994)
  5. Siva Sutras: The Yoga of Supreme Identity by Jaideva Singh (1982)
  6. Yoga Spandakarika: The Sacred Texts at the Origins of Tantra by Daniel Odier (2005)
  7. Vijnanabhairava or Divine Conciousness: A Treasury of 112 Types of Yoga by Jaideva Singh (1979)
  8. The Philosophy of Sadhana: With Special Reference to the Trika Philosophy of Kashmir by Deba Brata SenSharma (1990)
  9. Tantra: Path of Ecstasy by Georg Feuerstein (1998)
  10. Tantra Unveiled by Pandit Rajmani Tigunait (2002)
  11. Canon of the Saivagama and the Kubjika Tantras of the Western Kaula Tradition (Suny Series in the Shaiva Traditions of Kashmir) by Mark S. G. Dyczkowski (1987)
  12. Vac: The Concept of the Word in Selected Hindu Tantras (S U N Y Series in the Shaiva Traditions of Kashmir) by Andre Padoux (1990)
  13. I Am That: The Science of Hamsa from the Vijnana Bhairava by Swami Muktananda (1978)
  14. AGHORA II: Kundalini (Aghora) (Vol II) by Robert E. Svoboda (1993)
  15. Tantric Yoga and the Wisdom Goddesses by David Frawley (1994)

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