Dhyāna: The single, unbroken flow

meditation is the uninterrupted flow of one-pointed cognition on a particular object, such as the breath or a mantra, without being drawn to or interrupted by any other cognition. Like so many ancient, spiritual terms that once had clarity and context, the word “meditation” has been given a life of its own in modern parlance.  And, while all attempts to seek this state called “meditation” are to be revered and celebrated, there is merit in returning to the ancient sources which first defined dhyāna.


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