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[[Absorption]];  A [[virtuous single-pointed mind of the form]] or [[formless realm]]. They are of two types: [[close preparations]], which are uninterrupted [[paths]], and [[actual absorptions]], which are released [[paths]].
 
[[Absorption]];  A [[virtuous single-pointed mind of the form]] or [[formless realm]]. They are of two types: [[close preparations]], which are uninterrupted [[paths]], and [[actual absorptions]], which are released [[paths]].
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[[absorption]]: the [[experience]] of being merged with the inner plane;
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the fusion of [[self]] and [[reality]]; the amalgamation of me with the [[absolute existence]]; the unconditional [[repose]] of the [[soul]] in the beloved; [[samadhi]].
  
 
[[Dhyana]]
 
[[Dhyana]]

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Absorption; A virtuous single-pointed mind of the form or formless realm. They are of two types: close preparations, which are uninterrupted paths, and actual absorptions, which are released paths.

absorption: the experience of being merged with the inner plane;

the fusion of self and reality; the amalgamation of me with the absolute existence; the unconditional repose of the soul in the beloved; samadhi.

Dhyana

Source

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