Some says wisdom lead to Samadhi. Osho says sambhog is one path to Samadhi. Some also say LSD is false way to Samadhi. So what Samadhi really is? Is yoga a path of Samadhi? How do we acquire it? Is it that; we must always try to acquire Samadhi? Many questions on mind.
In our seminars we take people through a process until their perception of any one single event is perfectly balanced. The event is no longer good or bad, right or wrong, it is simply perfect as it is. At this point amazing experiences occur for the person undergoing the collapse process. With a perfectly balanced perception of the event, the individual is free to acknowledge the order in that event. They are then free to become grateful to the person, persons or thing that caused the event, and in so doing release love. Samadhi means to merge—bring both sides of duality and judgement to one at which time, in perfect symmetry, love is birthed.
In each of pratyahara, dharana, dhyana and samadhi we can experience the concept of no space and time. Here, one minute, one hour or many hours may transpire, and we have no concept of space. It is a similar state to sleep with the exception that we are fully and completely aware and conscious. The state of samadhi is totally achievable through many means available today, but few are so powerful as Dr John Demartini’s “Collapse Process” to bring this state into the real world of relationship, work and social life.
Samadhi is not separate from life. We do not need to sit in the mountains, or in remote ashrams to achieve samadhi: it is within us always, waiting to be awakened through the release of illusion and the acknowledgment of the universal life truths. Samadhi is the mastery of all seven areas of life: spiritual, financial, mental, career, relationship, health and social. It is a state of presence where we become at one with the object in acknowledgment of the phrase “Where is God Not?”
When we constantly focus on the object of our doing we achieve a state referred to as Samyama. This is the state of an insatiable search for ever finer detail and ever more intense mastery of one topic, subject or art. Whether it be the cosmos, astrology, archaeology, asana or the powers of the mind, Samyama is that quest. Mastery is not however limited to specialisation in any one area. All the great masters and spiritual teachers of history have been masters of at least seven areas. Mathematics, astrology, physiology, art and cosmology have been the core topics. Now we can include finance, business, medicine and thousands of other topics for which detail study will harness the mind of the individual in pratyahara—inspired focus.
I am still unable to get samadhi.
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