Concentration, meditation and Samadhi practiced at one and the same time.
the free flowing of concentration, contemplation and absorption of energy that occurs during Raja Yoga practice.
A practice which utilizes the characteristics of the last three limbs of the eight limbs of yoga in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali – dharana (focus), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi (absorption in inner silence). Through the initiation of sutras (particular words and phrases with meaning), in the quietest levels of awareness, consciousness is moved through the nervous system with great purifying effects. Samyama is the source of miraculous powers exhibited by human beings. These are called siddhis, and are effects rather than causes of rising enlightenment, and are best regarded as such.
In yoga, movement from meditative concentration into total mental absorption.
(â€œconstraintâ€) â€” the combined practice of concentration ( dhÃ¢ranÃ¢), meditation ( dhyÃ¢na), and ecstasy ( samÃ¢dhi) in regard to the same object
Perfect restraint, an all-complete condition of balance and repose, concentration, meditation and Samadhi.
A confluence of the states of dharana, dhyana and samadhi. Here, it refers to the eight-day meditation program conducted by Sadhguru, where one is transported into explosive states of meditativeness. This program is an opportunity to shed lifetimes of karma and experience deep states of meditativeness and samadhi.
("constraint"): the combined practice of concentration (dharana), meditation (dhyana), and ecstasy (samadhi) in regard to the same object