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Samadhi: Ashtanga Yoga - Patanjali Yoga Sutras 109 Nithyananda Satsang 2 Feb 2011
Living Incarnation and Avatar Paramahamsa Nithyananda took great care in explaining exactly what we are to experience during Samadhi. "The stuff out of which your mind is made and the stuff out of which the object is made on which your mind is meditating, both stuff disappearing into one ultimate space-frequency where even the trace of the mind-stuff or the object stuff does not exist in any form, that space is Samadhi.
The only difference between Dhyana and Samadhi: In Dhyana (meditation), mind and the object lose its name and form into a certain frequency which is beyond the mind and the object meditated upon.
In Samadhi, not only they lose form, even the stuff out of which both are made loses its form, name, frequency, into the highest space - a nonreturn zone.
In Dhayan the possibility for return exists, in Samadhi the possibility for return doesn't exist. It's not the end of your spiritual life. It's the beginning of your spiritual life.
For those who think Paramahamsa Nithyananda is an unattainable goal, he was very clear, "Samadhi is a space where the stuff out of which both of us are made, both disappear, and it's impossible to get back to space where you were before the Samadhi. I have sown the seed of Samadhi in all of you; now try to do some rethinking-manana - means soaking your being in this sacred truth."
"All I want you to do is contemplate, do manana of this truth if you can, these few statements I made, continuously let it repeat in your mind. When you meditate on me, your identity, name and form, my identity, name, and form, disappearing into a certain frequency is Dhyaan. But the stuff out of which you are made, and I'm made, both disappearing into a certain space, never to come back as they were before, is Samadhi."
"The whole Vedic consciousness is centered on this one word Samadhi. It is so sacred so secret, still this word is fresh even for me. It is too sacred for anybody to think even that they know it. And I am here, very honestly saying to all of you that these words excite me. That is the reason I can go on and on explaining the various dimensions and aspects of Samadhi."
It's time we read the menu, it's time to eat the food, experience Samadhi.
The video ends with a meditation technique.
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