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dhyana (jyäˑ·n),

n meditation, one of the eight limbs or paths of Patanjalis yoga, aimed at self-realization and self-knowledge. When the mind is no longer distracted from the object of concentration, then dhyana is realized as distinct from dharana. See also yama, niyama, asana, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, and samadhi.
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A naive beginner who looks up "meditation" will be given a four-line definition, but then sent on to the entries (indicated by caps) for BHAVANA, CHAN, DHYANA, JHANA, PATHPATH, SAMADHI, and ZUOCHAN.
2 succinctly expresses the Gaudlya's theology that bhakti is beyond the qualities of material nature (sattva, rajas, and tamas), unlike the other forms of yoga such as karma and jhana, which are constrained respectively by and under the influence of rajas and sattva (see BhP 11.
Brian was also a devout Buddhist practitioner and teacher in the Jhana practice.
The gaddhegal involves both the mother and the wife of the transgressor (khara bana jhana va madara-i-u savara bashada).
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