(Last Updated on : 22/03/2010)
The nirvicara vaisaradye adhyatmaprasadah sutra chalks out the further stages in yogic states, wherein one rises to a much more elevated state. When a sadhaka has already attained sampatti, he gains a level of luminescence. An uninterrupted pure flow is noticeable. A lucidity of mind, intelligence and knowledge is seen and the soul shines in illumination.
non-reflection, or reflection without seeds
skillfulness, profound knowledge, undisturbed pure flow
supreme soul (manifested as an individual soul); the
relation between the supreme and the individual soul
clearness, brightness, pellucidity, serenity of disposition
From proficiency in nirvicara samapatti comes transparency. Sattva or luminosity flows undisturbed, kindling the spiritual light of the self.
When intelligence and consciousness, the substance of man, remains non-reflective, profound and unconditioned, the vehicles of the soul - the anatomical body, the organs of action, the senses of perception, the mind, intelligence and consciousness - are illuminated. Knowledge and understanding of the real state of the soul manifest in luminosity.