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Ketan1234

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Samadhi
« on: April 30, 2014, 02:37:23 AM »
When the mind is completely absorbed in one object of meditation, it is termed Samadhi. The mind identifies itself with the object of meditation. In Samadhi, there is neither Dhyana nor Dhyata (neither meditation nor meditator). The meditator and meditated, the thinker and the thought, the worshipper and the worshipped become one or identical. The Triputi (triad) vanishes. The mind loses its own consciousness and becomes identical with the object of meditation. The meditator has dissolved his personality in the sea of God, drowned and forgotten there till he becomes simply the instrument of God. When his mouth opens, it speaks God's words without effort or forethought through direct intuition and, when he raises his hand, God flows again through that to work a miracle.

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Re: Samadhi
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2014, 09:02:25 AM »
Yes!  That is what we are learning in Mr. Ryan Kurczak's current Yoga Sutras Training course!  The Sutras are an exposition on Samadhi.

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Re: Samadhi
« Reply #2 on: December 10, 2014, 07:37:09 AM »
a state of intense concentration achieved through meditation. In yoga this is regarded as the final stage, at which union with the divine is reached (before or at death).
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