||One of the four Vedas
||(1) Acquisition of what is not yet acquired. (2) Communion, Communion of the individual soul with the Supreme; discipline leading to this communion (3) (In Patanjali) Samadhi, cessation of mental fluctuations (yuji samadhau).
||One who is seeking to or has been able to unite with the Universal consciousness.
||the great yogi who has attained the sambhava state.
||the divine energy of Bhairava.
||The saktis-Khecari, Gocari, Dikcari, Bhucari etc.
||(1) womb, source. (2) The nine classes of consonants; in the context of letters, sakti is yoni, and Siva is bija. (3) The foursaktis, viz., Amba, Jyestha, Raudri, Vama (4) Maya-sakti
||Maya and its progeny; mayiya mala