What is samadhi?

Samadhi is a commonly used Sanskrit word which means - a state of meditation in which the external consciousness becomes extinct. It is considered to be the last phase of meditation or spiritual life. Therefore it is necessary to understand the proper meaning of this word . Actually in this Sanskrit the word is Greek , Latin and Persian language the way as an ancient language is and all the classical language of such culture in the most write some original words to generate Have been .


' Samadhi ' is a term originally ' held ' is derived from the word , Jisk sector are means - to keep up to , submit to , skip to or located. Similar type ' Samadhi ' word a meaning sector - with a link , cherish , union , concluding , concentration , attention , or compromise. However, in the spiritual life ' Mausoleum'The state of meditation is called when the person who meditates and the things to be meditated merge together, become unified, there is no distinction between them. Then there is no thought process in this phase.
It is considered to be the highest state of meditation. Samadhi is the best condition of calm mind. In addition it is considered to be the highest state of concentration. Under this, the person who concentrates attention on an object and the object eventually becomes one. That is , in this state of meditation, the difference between the person who takes care of the self and that object is completely erased. They become unbalanced .
As stated in the Upanishads an individual before the state of Samadhi unnecessary activities to avoid should. He needs restrained speech , restrained body and restrained brain. He should not only be tolerant towards all difficulties of spiritual life, but it is also necessary to be steadfast and patient. A person can truly achieve his true nature and self-esteem only through Samadhi.
By the way, the state of samadhi can be achieved by following one of the following four summaries - Raja Yoga, Karmayog, Bhaktiyog and Jananogay, as described by Swami Vivekanand ji.
By following the different steps of practicing Raja Yoga, that is, the person can achieve state of samadhi. In Karma Yoga, Swamiji has said that by doing the work which is done without worrying about unselfish action, ie without worrying about the fruits, the state of samadhi can be attained. Similarly, Samadhi can be obtained through devotion and janayog.
In the state of samadhi, the mind loses consciousness of all other things . Even to the object that was meditated. In this situation, the mind becomes so engrossed in the meditated object that there is no awareness of anyone else. One meaning of Samadhi also is that in this situation, the person goes to any other stage beyond the three common consciousness-gold, waking up and dreaming states.
In the state of samadhi, the ego of the person is completely destroyed. Then the mind remains in such a state, it merges in a state which is far above knowledge and ego. Beyond these Where a person loses his consciousness.


The tomb makes the person special from the general. It is such a change in which the person gets enlightened, he becomes enlightened. And then he is eternally free from the bondage of birth and death (traffic) yachts.
In addition to this there is no space for the narrow areas of reason, effect and reason in Samadhi. There is nothing logical in the tomb. Under this situation, the body almost completely closes all its conscious physical activities , yet the person does not die. This is a thoughtless state, after returning, the thoughts of a person are complete and uninterrupted in their own right and their views reflect a clear global vision. In this way, Samadhi can be understood as a condition which is beyond logic, consciousness and thoughts.



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