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Nirodhi

Nirodhi is one of the highest meditative Nirvanic states of developed consciousness.

One enters the state of Nirodhi by performing the meditation called total reciprocity. This meditation results in disappearance of the consciousness from the ‘center of principal coordination’; on its former place one perceives then the ‘emptiness’. In this meditation, an individual consciousness becomes merged with the Consciousness around it.

In the beginning, one masters total reciprocity not in the highest spatial dimension (this is why the followers of Buddhism say that there exist different ‘emptinesses’, which one perceives in different spatial dimensions). The purpose of practicing this technique is to gain the ability of entering the state of Mergence with the Primordial Consciousness (the state of Nirvana).

Mastering the total reciprocity is feasible only for those who developed themselves as large spiritual hearts and achieved a high level of the subtlety of the consciousness.

Nirodhi is a quite effective means of merging the individual consciousness with the Primordial Consciousness, though it is not the only one.

It is important to emphasize that such merging can be performed only by a developed spiritual heart and provided that one has intense love for the Primordial Consciousness.
 

See also:

Nirvana
 

 

 

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