One who has attained miraculous powers, particularly through the supreme attainment, enlightenment.
Perfect one; one who has attained the state of unity awareness and experiences himself as all-pervasive, and who has achieved mastery over his senses and their objects.
A spiritually perfect being. See the Siddha page for more details.
Eighty four men believed to have attained immortality through the practice of yoga and to be dwelling deep in the Himalayas. They figure in the janam-sakhis of Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
One who has perfected one's spiritual practice.
An enlightened being; one who has achieved mastery over the senses, and whose experience of the supreme Self is continuous.
perfected being”- a Tantric practitioner who has realized embodied liberation. The siddhas also form a class of demigods who inhabit the atmospheric regions.
an enlightened person who possesses extraordinary powers called Siddhis
a perfect soul who has taken human birth to lead others to spiritual perfection
a soul which has achieved it's original state of infinite bliss and power etc
(Skt.; = Tib. drubtíob). Person who has acquired SIDDHI; especially applied to the Tantric practitioners of India from the 8th to 12th centuries.
perfect, realised or enlightened being. One who has acquired siddhis
One who has achieved liberation from cycles of births and deaths, and now in Muktishila.
A perfected being.
A Siddha is one who has achieved perfect and permanent identity with the Source of all. Their gift is transformation. As an embodiment of grace, a Siddha can initiate and lead others to Liberation, the state of a Siddha. Kundalini is the agent of Siddha Yoga, which encompasses all the great Yoga Paths. The Yoga of the Siddhas is lateral. Unexpected. It is spontaneous, and individual to each person. The seeker's role is one of focussed intelligence, awareness, acceptance and appreciation of the Master's dynamic gift.
A perfected Yogi.
(Skt.): A practitioner who has attained spiritual realization and supernatural powers. See mahasiddha.
One who has attained perfection or mastery over a certain mystical aspect of life.
A Siddha in Sanskrit means "One who is accomplished" and refers to perfected masters who have transcended the Ahamkara (Ego or I-maker), have subdued their minds to be subservient to their Awareness, and have transformed their bodies composed of dense Rajo-tama Gunas into pure Satvic light. This is purportedly accomplished only by persistent meditation over many lifetimes.