What is Superconscious / Samadhi ?

Samadhi, get inside !!

Samadhi is a commonly used Sanskrit word which means - a state of meditation in which external consciousness disappears. It is considered as the last step of meditation or spiritual life. Therefore, it is important to understand the proper meaning of this word. In fact, it is a Sanskrit word.

The word 'samadhi' is originally derived from the word 'dha', which means - to keep, to establish, to present, to give up or to leave. Similarly, the word 'Samadhi' has the meaning - to unite, cherish, union, finish, concentrate, meditate, or compromise. By the way, in the spiritual life, 'Samadhi' is called the state of meditation when both the meditator and the meditator are merged, united, there is no difference between them. Then there is no thought process at this stage.

It is considered as the most noteworthy condition of contemplation. Samadhi is the best condition of a quiet personality. Also, it is considered as the most noteworthy condition of focus. Under this, both the individual who centres around an item and the article, in the long run, become one. That is, in this condition of contemplation, the distinction between the thinking individual's self and that article is totally deleted. They become dreary. 

The Upanishads state that an individual ought to maintain a strategic distance from pointless exercises before achieving the condition of samadhi. She needs controlled discourse, a limited body and a limited mind. He should not exclusively be tolerant of the considerable number of troubles of otherworldly life yet additionally should be patient and patient. An individual can truly accomplish his actual nature and confidence just through samadhi. 

Coincidentally, the condition of samadhi can be accomplished by any of the accompanying four yogas - Rajyoga, Karmayoga, Bhaktiyoga and Jannayoga, as expressed by Swami Vivekananda ji. 

By following the various strides of the act of Raj Yoga, ie mental control, one can accomplish the condition of samadhi. In karma yoga, Swamiji has expressed that the condition of samadhi can be accomplished even by doing caring karma, that is, without agonizing over natural products. Likewise, Samadhi can likewise be accomplished through commitment and Jannayoga. 

In the condition of samadhi, the brain loses insight of every single other item. Indeed, even to the item that was dealt with. In this circumstance, the psyche turns out to be so caught up in the object of reflection that nobody else has any sense. One importance of the samadhi additionally implies that in this express the individual goes past the three general conditions of awareness - resting, waking and dreaming.

Most sensible thing !!!

In the condition of samadhi, the self-image of the individual is totally demolished. At that point, the mind stays in such a presence, converges into a state which is far above information and conscience. Past these. Where the individual loses his very own awareness. 

Samadhi makes the individual exceptional from the normal. It is an adjustment where an individual gets edified, he gets illuminated. And afterwards, he is liberated everlastingly from the servitude of the shackles of birth and passing. 

Moreover, in the samadhi there is the wrong spot for limited territories of cause, impact and reason. There is nothing sensible in samadhi. Under this condition, the body totally stops all its cognizant physical exercises, yet the individual doesn't kick the bucket. It is a neglectful state whereby in the wake of restoring, the contemplations of the individual are finished and continuous in themselves and their considerations mirror an unmistakable worldwide vision. Along these lines, samadhi can be comprehended as a state which is the past rationale, awareness and thought.


  1. Awesome man !!!

  2. God always bless you for your further journey.

  3. Samadhi is the kaivalyapad in yog darshan.

  4. Indeed, when there is no one left to say 'I'm achieved the state of Samadhi. Superb


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