power, success; this term is usually understood in an esoteric sense (for instance, some Yoga practices develop "powers")
An extraordinary human power or psychic ability, often arising spontaneously as higher stages of consciousness are reached.
ascetically acquired power.
occult powers acquired through long yogic discipline [sanskrit - "perfection"
an ability that is activated in the Superconscious field of the mind. These different abilities include the expression of the Soul's genius in human life, such as the gift of inspired musical ability or mastery of a scientific discipline. It may confer a heightening of inner sensing, expand intuitive knowledge, activate miraculous powers, and grant the ability to minister the Light to others.
Spiritual or transcendental accomplishment achieved in Sadhanas.
Perfection, one of the eight mystic yogic perfections.
Accomplishment. Usually refers to the 'supreme siddhi' of complete enlightenment, but can also mean the 'common siddhis,' eight mundane accomplishment.
Means, “perfection.” Siddhis refer to powers, which result as a by-product of yogic purification occurring in the nervous system on the path to enlightenment. This is especially so in Samyama practice, which cultivates the movement of consciousness in the nervous system in particular ways for the purpose of enhanced purification and opening to the divine within.
a form of yogic accomplishment
an accomplishment on the psychic plane
one who has acquired supernatural powers
spiritual powers that control self, others and the forces of nature
Attainment. Also certain psychic abilities of some yogis.(note that these are often considered as barriers on the yogic path, since they have the potential to instigate egocentric behaviour).
(Skt.; = Tib. ng–drub). Supernatural power. The Tibetans speak of the "ordinary siddhi" meaning magical powers of various kinds, and the "extraordinary siddhi", which is Buddhahood.
(Sanskrit) Powers of the mind not yet developed in the average man.
perfection” – one of the many supernatural powers possessed by siddhas as a result of their practice, their sadhana. Included among the siddhis are the power of flight, invisibility, the power of attraction and the power to realize one's every desire.
'achievement', supernatural powers believed by Hindus to be acquired through skill in meditation techniques and other means
(Skt); dngos grub (Tib). Spiritual attainments. Uncommon siddhi refers to achieving Buddhahood. Ordinary siddhis consist of various powers which include, amongst others, healing, walking beneath the ground, flying and prolonging life.
("accomplishment/perfection"): spiritual perfection, the attainment of flawless identity with the ultimate Reality ( atman or brahman); paranormal ability, of which the yoga tradition knows many kinds
Power; paranormal or supernormal accomplishment.