nirvanic state

nirvanic state

[nirvä′nik, nirvan′ik]
(in Buddhist meditation) a state in which mental processes cease, often leading to a radical alteration of the personality.
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The Greater Vehicle involves the mediating action of the Bodhisattva, a being of advanced enlightenment who postpones or defers his or her own Nirvanization until everyone, in a single cosmic transfer, passes collectively into the Nirvanic state.
The sexual union of male and female is in effect the merging of wisdom and compassion as an emblem of the Nirvanic state.