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Jainism, an ancient Indian religion, formed alongside Buddhism, that also promoted the abandonment of ritual, asceticism, spiritual illumination & freedom from repeated rebirth (samsara), prescribes a path of nonviolence (ahimsa) towards all living beings & emphasizes spiritual interdependence & equality … Continue reading

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Thoughtlessness within actionlessness is the only supplier of wisdom ! Besides higher states of consciousness &/or being & the experience of etherealities, kundalini, samãdhi, astral travelling, clairvoyance, third-eye, etc. thoughtlessness within actionlessness is what gives clarity of vision & wisdom … Continue reading

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Nearly all known knowledge of yoga &/or meditation stems from Sanskrit texts & in that old Asian Sanskrit language there is no specific or special word or term 4 meditation, which only means that yoga is meditation & meditation must … Continue reading

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Kaivalya is the ability 2 see the Self by the pure mind & 2 relish & rejoice in the Self without misgivings of identifying the Self with the Super-Self.

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Kaivalya is the temporarily unification while in Being within expectation & anticipation of indefinite unification when in Non-Being.

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Samãdhi is not a technique ! Samãdhi is oneness with the object of meditation & is with &/or without support of an object of meditation. Samãdhi refers 2 a blissful state where the yogi is absorbed into the One, where … Continue reading

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Pranayama the 4th step of Patãnjali’s 8th stage yoga is in fact breathing slower & slower without the need 2 breath anymore & Samadhi is in fact the end of breathing & is without any needs, discomforts &/or pain whatsoever.

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Patãnjali’s 8th-fold yoga sutras. (part 3/3) Activation of the 3rd-eye. yamas (ethical rules) niyama (virtuous habits) ãsana (bodily posture) prāṇāyāma (breathcontrol) pratyāhāra (thoughtcontrol within sense-withdrawal) dhāraṇā (one-pointedness of mind) dhyāna (thoughtlessness – real meditation) samãdhi (breathlessness – union) Activation of … Continue reading

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Patãnjali’s 8th-fold yoga sutras. (part 2/3) yamas (ethical rules) niyama (virtuous habits) ãsana (bodily posture) prāṇāyāma (breathcontrol) pratyāhāra (thoughtcontrol within sense-withdrawal) dhāraṇā (one-pointedness of mind) dhyāna (thoughtlessness – real meditation) samãdhi (breathlessness – union) When executing this dhyãna one puts … Continue reading

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Patãnjali’s 8th-fold yoga sutras. (part 1/3) yamas (ethical rules) niyama (virtuous habits) ãsana (bodily posture) prāṇāyāma (breathcontrol) pratyāhāra (thoughtcontrol within sense-withdrawal) dhāraṇā (one-pointedness of mind) dhyāna (thoughtlessness – real meditation) samãdhi (breathlessness – union) Through ethical being (yama), within morality … Continue reading

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