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---------------    THE HATHA - yOGA SCIENCE    ---------------

Hatha-yoga, also known as Hatha Vidya, is a particular marvelous and the most popular branch of Yoga science. first of all Mahayogi Lord Shiva is created and introduced with propounding Hatha-Yoga. May be After million, billion or tribillion centauries, Traditionally, it is said that on a lonely island, assuming nobody else would hear him, he gave the divine knowledge of Hatha Yoga to Goddess Parvati by transmission, but a fish heard the entire discourse, remaining still throughout. Lord Shiva took mercy on the fish postured person (looked like fish or Matsya in the water) and made him a Siddha, who came to be known as Matsyendranaatha. Matsyendranaatha taught Hatha Yoga to Chaurangi, a limbless man who was given hands and feet by Matsyendranaatha just by looking at him. Hatha Yoga Pradipika mentions Adinaatha, Matsyendranaatha, Gorakshanatha and many other yogis who became famous Hatha Yogis. Another major stream of influence was Swami Sivananda Saraswati The founder of "Divine Life Society", Rishikesh, Uttarakhanda (1887-1963) and his many expert sanyasi disciples, including one of the eminent Yogi Swami Satyananda Saraswatiji- founder of "the Bihar School of Yoga", munger, Bihar and his one of the senior Yogi disciple Swami Shivapoojananda Saraswati ji - founder & president of the "Yoga Health Research Institute", Bhopal, M. P. India among others. Many authentic text books on Hatha-Yoga have been written and compiled by Indian great Yogi Guru such as : Shiva Sanghita by Lord Shiva, Duttatreya Sanghita by great Yogi Duttatreya, Gheranda Sanghita by Yogi Gheranda, Goraksha Sanghita by yogi Gorakshanath and Hatha Yoga Pradipika by Yogi Swatmarama who formulated the principles of Hatha-Yoga and systematically explained various relevant techniques, its effects on physical body, mind, emotions, states of consciousness and spirit or Soul to attain cosmic perception and absolute spiritual enlightenment.

                These are a comprehensive text and interlinked yet separate all the eight steps of Hatha-Yoga such as :Yama (Principles), Niyama (Personal Disciplines), Asana (Yoga Positions or Yogic Postures),Pranayama (Yogic Breathing),Pratyahara (Withdrawal of Senses),Dharana (Concentration on Object),Dhyana (Meditation), Samadhi (Salvation) and many more guidelines for following the holistic path of traditional Hatha-Yoga. yoga has been practiced in the east for over 20 millions years and is documented in ancient divine manuscripts called Vedas at least 5000 years ago, Tantras, Puranas and other scriptures. These ancient yoga texts set out certain rules or guidelines for one to follow. If one examines these rules carefully, it can be seen that they are the basic ethics of humanity and are probably followed by every society in the world. One could say that it is the oldest divine science of complete human personality in the world and ways of overwhelming entire personalities; preventing and curing diseases; releasing deep rooted psychological tension, mental complex and bio-chemical toxins from the physical body and the mind via combination of purely physical, psycho-physiological and super-natural or transmission techniques step by step in proper and systematic balanced ratio in order to attain spiritual perfection, highest state of divine conciseness or ultimate liberation.

                Literally The word Hatha is a compound of the two Sanskrit words “Ha” and “Tha”. "Ha" means Pingala Nadi (sun principle) or right nostril and "tha" means Ida Nadi, (moon principle) or left nostril. Nadi means psychic or vital passage of pranic energy ( life potentional force or current in the form of golden subtle lights) which can be compared with nerves in physical body. Thus, Hatha means balance of Ida and Pingala Nadis, or balancing of mental energy of Ida and Vital / physical energy of Pingala Nadi. Ida Nadi can be compared with Para-sympathetic Nervous system and Pingala Nadi can be compared with Sympathetic Nervous System in the physiological body. So Hatha Yoga practices results in balancing the entire nervous system resulting in balance of physical and mental energy with spirit. The basic purpose of Hatha- Yoga is to stimulate and purify the Ida and Pingala Nadis, and then uniting these two opposite potentional forces or internal vital energies like hot and cold (fire and water, following the same concept as the "Ying" and "Yang", male and female, positive and negative) with the third Psychic principal Nadi ( pranic energy channels) Sushumna of the subtle body which carries Kundalini (source of infinity potentional energies in austral body) at Ajna Chakras ( near eyebrow center ) and above up to Sahastrara Chakras within the human being that must be fully operational to attain a state of Dhyana, samadhi in the pursuit of ultimate and absolute Enlightenment.

                Hatha-Yoga science considered the physical body as the vehicle for the Jeevatma or soul and journey of consciousness from individual state to universal state or ultimate The Lord or Paramatma. The Hatha-Yoga Science is based on a proper combination of gross and psychic techniques which have a physical, as well as subtle, effect on the entire human being– body, mind, emotions and spirit. Hence, Hatha-Yoga prepares the body for its spiritual excursion via physiological and breathing intensive techniques, moral Principles, Personal Disciplines, Withdrawal and controlling of Senses, mental concentration, meditation and samadhi process, and asceticism. Hatha-Yoga gradually gives the body greater endurance, makes the every organ more flexible, purified, stimulated, diseases free and proof, normalizes and harmonizes biochemical and nervous system, develops entire personality and efficient spiritual evolution. You will also have an easier time coping with stress and, last, but not the least, you will have more pleasant, inspire, divine thoughts; and lesser negative emotions, characters, attitudes– in fact; your overall mood, filling and perceptions will improve with the Hatha-Yoga practice. The practice of Hatha-Yoga Sdhana is far from difficult and it consists of the following ten specific and systematic elements & chapters :-----------

  Yama (principles or moral observances): Yamas are codified literally as "the moral restraints" is a rule or code of conduct for living virtuously in numerous scriptures including the Shandilya and Varaha Upanishads, Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Gheranda Sanghita, Goraksha Sanghita, Duttatryeya Tantra, and the Tirumantiram of Tirumular Shandilya and Varaha Upanishads. The yamas comprise the "shall-nots" in our dealings with the external world are described in mainly ten chapters : Ahimsa : Means nonviolence. Abstinence from injury, harmlessness, the not causing of pain to any living creature in thought, word, or deed at any time. Satya : Means truthfulness, in word and thought in conformity with the facts. Asteya : Means non-stealing, non-coveting, non-entering into debt. Brahmacharya : Means divine conduct, continence, celibate.Kshama : Means, releasing time and situation, functioning in the now. Dhriti : Means steadfastness, overcoming non-perseverance, fear, and indecision; seeing each task through to completion. Daya : Means compassion; conquering callous, cruel and insensitive feelings toward all beings. Arjava : Means honesty, straightforwardness, renouncing deception and wrongdoing. Mitahara : Means moderate appetite vegetarian food.Saucha : Means purity, avoidance of impurity in body, mind, emotions and speech.

  Niyama (Personal Disciplines or observances ): Niyama is a set of moral behaviors codified as "the observances" in numerous scriptures including the Shandilya and Varaha Upanishads, Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Gheranda Sanghita, Goraksha Sanghita, Duttatryeya Sanghita and the Tirumantiram of Tirumular. All the above texts list ten Niyamas such as Hri :  Means remorse, being modest and showing shame for misdeeds. Santosha : Means contentment; being satisfied with the resources at hand - therefore not desiring more. Dana : Means giving, without thought of Reward or expectation or Ego. Astekya : Means faith, believing firmly in the teacher, the teachings and the path to enlightenment. Ishvarapujana : Means worship of the Lord, the cultivation of devotion through daily worship and meditation, the return to the source. Siddhanta shravana : Means scriptural listening, studying the religious / traditional teachings and listening to the wise of one's lineage. Mati : Means cognition, developing a spiritual will and intellect with the guru's guidance. Vrata : Means sacred vows, fulfilling religious vows, rules and observances faithfully. Japa : Means recitation, or chanting specific mantras daily. Tapascharya: Means the endurance of the opposites; hunger and thirst, heat and cold, standing and sitting sorrow and pleasure, etc.

  Satkarama (Kayakalpa): The Satkarama means six Karmas, or a set or combination of Six main biochemical, biological and austral cleansing process (including 24 variations of these techniques for purification of physical and subtle body, mind and consciousness). These specific processes of Hatha-Yoga are the Neti, Dhoouti, Basti, Nouly, Kapalbhati, Trataka. These techniques remove the toxins of the bio-logical, bio-chemical systems in the gross body and energy blockages in Nadis (psychic / pranic potential energy channels) of the subtle body and the pranic energy starts flowing without hurdles, thus balancing the entire body, mind and emotions. A particular health disorder or disease is due to blockage in pranic channel supplying vital / bio electrical energy to the particular organ related to disorder. Some of these techniques have preventive and curative instant miraculous effects on some complicated health problems and diseases, and most essential for all the Hatha-Yoga-theopathy practitioners and Sadhakas. The purification is the first requirement in Hatha-Yoga science. once the body is free of health or personality relevant problems and diseases, the next step is recommended and that is asana.

  Asana (physical posture): The word asana means comfortable, stable physical pose and these are nothing more than a series of special physical postures that are easy to maintain comfortably, and the form that they have taken is the result of hundreds of years of experience: trial and error, experiments, and scrupulous observation. Down the years, Yogis discovered that assuming certain physical poses could give human beings qualities that they do not possess or that they lack. Asanas are easy and pleasant to practice. Asanas are named after certain gross structures (such as a triangle), tools (a plough or a bridge), birds (a crow, cock, or peacock), animals (a camel, dog, lion, e.g.) or, sometimes, after their inventors (Matsyendra, Marichi, etc). Yogasanas should not be confused with mere physical exercises, such as aerobics or calisthenics that help strengthen and build muscle. They reflect physical, psychological or spiritual effects that these asanas have on a person. It is for the Integration of mind and body through physical activity. Asanas are special body postures that tone up, purify, coordinate and balance the internal organs, endocrine, nervous and circulatory systems. As a result, Yogasanas also have healing properties and are also prescribed as part of a most effective therapy to prevent as well as cure of various types of psychosomatic, and psychological common, chronic, complicated or some incurable health problems and illnesses.



                 The main application of asanas is the resolution of problems that appear on the path of meditation. Most of us, especially when we begin meditation practice, become surprised to what extent the mind is restless, unstable and full of various thoughts and desires. Emotions of anger, fear, hate and their derivatives torture us, while emotions of enchantment, infatuation and attachment (so-called love) and their derivatives delight us. Both kinds of emotions do not allow us to enter deep meditative states. Such mental disturbance happens due to the effect of mental modifications (vritti), which are trying to find external expression through the sensory organs and the nervous system (indriya), and therefore creating emotional confusion. Since vritti are derivatives of endocrine glands, if you can regulate their hormonal secretions through asanas and other special yogic techniques, you will be able to regulate and control the emotions and the mind. Asanas squeeze and stretch glands, and thus invigorate and balance their secretions. As a result, endocrine disorders are cured, and emotional and mental difficulties caused by these defects gradually disappear, without much effort and frustration on your part. Gradually the mind becomes calm and focused, i.e., ready for deep meditation.



              Sooner or later an advanced Sadhaka (spiritual aspirant) will experience an awakening of his or her usually dormant spiritual power (Kundalini). This is the result of many years of conscientious meditation practice, and calls for major changes in the body and mind. The body needs to become stronger and more enduring, while at the same time capable of being more sensitive, aware and open, so that it will be able to tolerate both powerful and subtle currents of spiritual energy which are produced or released by meditation. Regular practice of certain asanas and other Hatha yoga techniques helps maintain inner and outer vigor and purity that is necessary at such an advanced stage of spiritual development. If you start yoga practice early in your life, it will dramatically reduce your risk of developing psychosomatic and psychological health relevant common and complicated disease and other serious illnesses. The body readily responds to yoga postures. They are simple and should take only a few minutes a day. The reward, however, much exceeds invested efforts. Asanas are contemplative in nature and were originally intuited by yogis during meditation; the Kundalini naturally brings forth these postures or movements, called Kriyas, during deep meditation. These movements are meant to help to remove blockages (disease) in the causal, subtle, and physical bodies.



  Pranayama (Yogic Breathing): It's literal meaning is "Prana" + "Ayama", which means the control of extension and distribution of the Prana or vital energy or bio electrical energy in the whole physical body through practicing Puraca (inhalation), Rechaca (exhalation), Kumbhaka (retention) along with proper ratio systematically. More than twenty pranayamas are mentioned in the yoga text books but three to five of them are most effective and useful for the improvement, maintaining and harmony of the complete health; preventive and curative impacts on health problems and diseases; and essential for continuous progress of mind and spiritual enlightenment. Regulation of breath leading to integration of mind and body. Advanced techniques of Pranayama can increase functioning of brain and may result in Siddhis or perfections or extra sensory perceptions, and sometimes intense psychic experiences will take place. Some people may begin to sense their spiritual selves and may actual begin to fear this experience. It can connect you with your inner being and for some this is a totally alien experience and will provoke fear.

                 During the pranayama, When you practice breath control with proper ratio, you may notice your powers of perception will improve and sometimes you may develop telepathic perception. If practiced correctly can prevent and cure almost all the types of psychosomatic and psychological disorders. It is considered as a fast way to awaken the Kundalini. But if one is not prepared to take on this high level energy awakening then this may have negative effects on mind and body. If pranayama is not done properly, it invites various health and personality relevant complications and diseases. So it must be practiced under the guidance of perfect Guru. Generally Nadi shodhan pranayama and Bhramari pranayama is a common for everyone; but Bhastrika pranayama, Kapalbhati pranayama, Ujjai pranayama are highly effective and reactive also; which should be practiced in daily routine according to the proper guidance of competent and medically experienced yoga Teacher or enlightened Guru or perfect spiritual master.

  Mudra (Mental attitude or gestures or state of sensory perception) : It is a psycho-physical techniques for stimulating Kundalini Chakras (life or bio-electric energy centers), sensory and neurological higher points by concentration, in order to increase intelligence, intuition, and achieve siddhis (mystical and miraculous super natural feats, and perception powers). The mudra is a pranic potential energy seal. It is a gesture or posture that allows us to control the flow of our energy or life potentional force (prana). There are 25 mudras in Hatha-Yoga text books. Mudras are not restricted to hand gestures, but can be done with the eyes, fingers combination, body postures or take the form of cleansing rituals. The gestures themselves are symbolic of various states of consciousness. However, certain gestures can lead to the state of consciousness that they represent. So, practicing a mudra can alter your state of consciousness. Our hands, like our feet, are made up of reflex zones and are very sensitive. Our hands and feet contain more nerves and endocrine glands than any other part of our bodies. When we practice a hand mudra and connect the fingertips, palms and hands in certain ways we activate, redirect and recharge the energy of our entire being and the body’s energy is magnified. They are so many energy centers (Kundalini Chakras) in the subtle body-much like the electricity substations found scattered around any city. However, every body also has 72 000 nadis (pranic energies passages or channels). These are bio-electric or pranic currents that run from the crown of the head to the toes of the feet and the tips of the fingers.

                  Mudras have an intense effect on the nadis or vital pranic passage. Each finger represents an element, a chakras, a planet, a body organ and an emotion. Each finger is also the ending of a meridian. Mudras can be enhanced with breathing exercises, mediation, mantras, colour, affirmations and music. The thumb is associated with the fire element, the lung meridian and the planet Mars and represents willpower and logic. The index finger is associated with the air element, the stomach meridian and the planet Jupiter. It represents the mind and the power of thought. The middle finger (not to be held up in the traffic) is associated with the ether element, the circulation and gallbladder meridians and the planet Saturn. It represents our spiritual path. Hindus call it the ‘heavenly finger’. The ring finger is associated with the earth element, the liver meridian and the sun (or Apollo, the sun god). It represents vitality and health. The little finger is associated with the water element, the heart meridian and the planet Mercury. It represents communication, sexuality and personal relationships. Hatha-Yoga also describes Mudras or gestures or Mental attitude, which induce the state of Pratyahar (Sense withdrawal) and results in spontaneous state of pratyahara, meditation, and samadhi. Several mudras are mentioned in the Hatha-Yoga which include, Vajroli Mudra, Sahajoli Mudra, Khechari Mudra, Shambhavi Mudra, Viprit Karani, etc. Normally 3 to 5 Mudras are enough to practice in daily Yoga sadhana routine.

  Bandha (Energy locks) : Bandha means energy "Locks" or a psycho-physical combind higher techniques or  postures which are designed to conserve or hold the vast reserves of vital Pranic energy, having extreme heeling power and develops consciousness to attain cosmic perceptions and Samadhi generated by the advanced Pranayama, Mudra and other techniques of Hatha-Yoga sadhana. With the assistance of Bandhas you will be better able to convert infinite bio-electric pranic energy into psychic energy with which you can heal the body and mind and even enjoy out of higher spiritual experiences. This will ultimately awake and raise the Kundalini Chakras, and bring in psychological alterations. There are main four types of Bandhas or locks mentioned in the Hatha-Yoga text books, first is Jalandhar Bandha or Chin lock; second is Moolabandha or anus lock; third is Uddiyan Bandha or abdominal lock and forth is Maha Bandha or a combination of these three Bandhas. These locks are essential while doing the Kumbhaka that is retaining the air inside or outside of the lungs. If Kumbhaka or retention is done without Bandhas, it may have a very negative effect on digestive system, excretory system, nervous system, brain etc.

  Pratyahara (specific Techniques for detaching the mind from the senses) : It's means abstraction of the senses or withdrawal of the senses of perceptions from their objects. It is a purification and controlling process of physicals, sensory, mental and emotional existence, function, activities which makes stable, sharp intuitive and stronger mind and personality for further advancement in Meditation and Samadhi. Pratyahara is the sixth element among the Eight stages of Hatha Yoga. At this stage, the consciousness of the individual is internalized in order that the sensations from the senses of taste, touch, sight, hearing and smell don't reach their respective centers in the brain. With this, the Sadhaka, practitioner, or disciple, is free to meditate without any distractions. At the advanced levels, the electrical currents which pulsate through the nerves and even the involuntary muscles are turned off by the practitioners. This is accomplished through Pranayama, Mudra or Bandha. Apart from Pranayama, another device that is used to aid in the development of Pratyahara is to concentrate on the point between the eyebrows. This location is known as Ajna Chakra or the third eye.

  Dharana (one pointed concentration): Dharana is a Sanskrit term from the verbal root "Dhri" means to adopt, hold, carry, maintain, resolve in order to attain single pointed-focus or Concentration, or one-pointedness of mind; and it is the seventh stage, step or limb of eight elucidated by Hatha Yoga. The prior limb Pratyahara involves withdrawing the senses from external phenomena but in the further stage Pratyahara, in Dharana "The mind thinks about one object and avoids other thoughts; awareness of the object is still interrupted. It is the initial step of deep concentrative meditation, where the object being focused upon is held in the mind without consciousness wavering from it. The difference between Dharana, Dhyana, and Samadhi is that in the former, the object of meditation, the meditator, and the act of meditation itself remain separate. That is, the meditator or the meditator's meta-awareness is conscious of meditating (that is, is conscious of the act of meditation) on an object, and of his or her own self, which is concentrating on the object.

                 In the subsequent stage of Dhyana, as the meditator becomes more advanced, consciousness of the act of meditation disappears, and only the consciousness of being / existing and the object of natural concentration exist (in the mind). Once you gained fairly good control on Dharana (Concentration) you can try for the next step Dhyana (meditation) and The act of meditation leads to the attainments known as Samadhi. But to experience Dharana and Dhyana, the mind must first be stable, calm and cool. If the mind is busy responding to external stimuli, it cannot enter into the auspicious circle of Dharana. It may get you into trouble, if you deliberately force for Dharana when your mind is not prepared for it. Therefore the Yoga-Sutra suggests the systematic practice of asanas, pranayamas, mudras, bandhas, and pratyahara as preparation for Dharana, because these influence mental activities and create space in the busy schedule of the mind. Once Dharana has occurred, Dhyana and Samadhi can follow easily.

  Benefits of Dharana : It is a soothing, pleasurable stage giving intense satisfaction and peace of mind. By acquiring this power, the individual becomes master of his own mind and control his mental fluctuations. The daily practice of dharana reduces the wavering attitude of mind and a different kind of peace can be observed throughout the day. The mental strength increases. With such habitual concentration, the work is done effectively and efficiently. he, involvement of mind becomes selective and for some desirable purpose. Meaningless and workless attachment is cut out. When this power of concentration is achieved through proper training and practices, it has a grate curative effect over the conditions of mental sickness or disturbance.

  Dhyana (Meditation : quiet activity that leads to samadhi ) : If Dharana is the drop, Dhyana is the river. The spontaneous and to prolong that concentration state of the mind on the" Eshta" or particular object is Meditation. It means that you are no longer distracted by external stimuli and when your mind is completely controlled and remain effortlessly at one point that is meditation. Meditation is the study of deep concentration, calmness and tranquility of the mind. It is the study of attaining complete control over ones mind. Meditation takes the consciousness beyond conscious, sub conscious and unconscious states to super consciousness. The systematic proper process of  Meditation can contribute to an individual's psychological, physiological and spiritual well-being.

                 This is accomplished as Meditation brings the brainwave pattern gradually from beta into alpha, alpha into theta and theta into delta state, which is a progressive level of consciousness that promotes the healing mental state. It is a flexible approach to coping with stress, anxiety, many medical conditions and the day-to-day "static" that robs us of inner peace. It destroyers deep rooted sanskaras of all the karmas in subconscious and unconscious level. highly spiritual experiences, gradual super perceptions, enlightenment and self-realization by meditating on an particular object (the Eshta)As said in Hatha Yoga texts, one should keep aloof from the society of the evil-minded, fire, women, traveling, early morning bath, fasting, and all kinds of bodily exertion. Food heated again, dry, having too much salt, sour, minor grains, and vegetables that cause burning sensation, should not be eaten. These six facts bring speedy success:-- Courage, daring, perseverance, discriminative knowledge, faith, aloofness from company. Do not take heavy food at night.

  Samadhi (contemplation) : Samadhi is a Sanskrit term for the quite state of blissful awareness, and super conscious sate of consciousness induced by complete meditation. Its etymology comes from "Sam" (together or integrated) a (towards)+"dha" (to get, to hold). Thus the result might be seen to be to acquire integration or wholeness, or divine truth (samapatti). The attainment of Samadhi is the ultimate step in Hatha Yoga. This is the zenith of all yogic endeavors—the ultimate 'yoga' or connection between the individual and the cosmic intelligence. In Samadhi yogi become one with the True Self and merge into the object of concentration, And true unity of all thought and action takes place. At the moment of Samadhi our ego dissolves and we become one with the Divine Entity. The mind can’t distinguish between self and non-self, or between the object contemplated and the process of contemplation. The senses get transcended by complete refinement of the body and mind. The supreme and eternal liberty of a soul is beyond all stages and beyond all limitations of time and space. 

  Stages of Samadhi : Samadhi is said to be the state of being aware of one’s Existence without thinking, in a state of undifferentiated “Being ness." Three intensities or depths of Samadhi are usually understood in the field of spiritual Sadhana such as : Jada Samadhi : In the 1st stage, It is a latent ("laja") and potential level of samadhi. It begins in deep meditation or trance—even with movement, such as music, dancing, and other Vedic rituals. This kind of samadhi is a temporary state of saturated joy, deep and peaceful meditation. Savikalpa Samadhi: In the 2nd stage, It refers to the initial temporary state of full-valued samadhi. The conscious mind is still active. "kalpa" means to envision desire or imagination and Conversely, "Vikalpa" means "against imagination." At this final level of samadhi, the mind has become quiet and given up its desires and attendant. Vikalpa leads to the Truth, releasing one from any binds of mind (which are mostly imaginations). In Savikalpa Samadhi, we get the taste of Bliss and Beingness, but are still attached to our erroneous identification with the body as well as to our numerous worldly attractions. Nirvikalpa Samadhi (or Sahaja Samadhi): In the 3rd stage, This highest state of Samadhi is the end result. There are no more kalpas (imaginings, wishes or other Sanskaras or products from work of the mind), because the mind is finally under control. Upon entering Nirvikalpa Samadhi, the differences we saw before have faded and we can see everything as one. In this condition nothing but pure Awareness remains and nothing is missing to take away from Wholeness and Perfection. Samadhi is the only stable unchanging reality; all else is ever-changing and does not bring everlasting peace or happiness.

               Staying in Nirvikalpa-Samadhi is effortless but even from this higher condition of mind, one must eventually return to ego-consciousness. Otherwise, this highest level of Samadhi leads to Nirvana or Kaivalya, which means total Unity and the logical end of individual identity (and also death of the body). However, it is entirely possible to stay in Nirvikalpa Samadhi and yet be fully functional in this world. This condition is known as Sahaja Nirvikalpa Samadhi (sahaja means "spontaneous" in Sanskrit). Only the truly Enlightened (Sadguru) can be and remain spontaneously free. In this stage, all attachment to the material world and all karma is dissolved. All awareness is withdrawn step by step from the physical, astral and causal bodies until self-realization or oneness with the soul is achieved. During this process, breathing ceases and the heart stops beating. Aware and fully conscious oneness with soul is then achieved in a most loving way, and all cells of the physical body are flooded with the Ocean of Divine Love and Divine Bliss for any period of duration—hours, days, weeks, until the individual shifts his awareness from the soul back to the physical body. Being fully functional in this world, his awareness stays in connection with the Divine. But some "strange" conditions accompany this state—better health (the body is sustained by Divine Grace), better feelings (even for other people who may contact the body which the enlightened soul has reidentified with) and various miraculous happenings may occur in connection with the Enlightened one. 

   Mahasamadhi : (the greatest samadhi or conscious death of the divine Soul's journey), literally in the Hindi term for a realized yogi's conscious departure from the physical body at death. Which is also known as Nirvana. Mahasamadhi is the final conscious exit from the physical body. Every infinitesimal piece of attachment or karma is completely surrendered unto God and dissolved into the Divine Ocean of Love. The individual transcends to worlds or universe beyond karma and returns to the supreme God, merging into the Paramatma or transcendental Bliss. 


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