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Samadhi as a map of release through dying?

I use the word dead’ carefully in relation to dharmamega samadhi. This is because underlying this discussion is the issue of whether the final release happens in this life or in an after-life. The question is whether samadhi is best conceived as a door to death whence the yogi does not return.

If we assume that the yogi can or must return from dharmamega samadhi to be released, then we would have to operate with the notion of ajivan-mukti (living liberated). The yogi would have travelled to a state of consciousness where the mind was brought to an absolute halt – a moment of mental death or turya. From here, the mind must somehow have ignited again and the yogi returned to normal social interaction. However, he is now re-configured; not ontologically reconfigured, but epistemologically. His whole mental apparatus has been transformed. This is the living liberated. The only problem here is that the YS does not operate with such a liberated person. Dharmamega samadhi is the end of the story in the YS. There are no speculations about how the meditator could eventually return from this end state and how he would then function.

One double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study Archer Yoga Pose of S-PS in 120 elderly subjects older than 57 years with age-associated memory Archer Yoga Pose impairment some also had age-associated cognitive decline found no effect on tests of learning, memory, and attention in doses of 300 mg daily or 600 mg daily compared to placebo. There were no effects on hematologic parameters, blood pressure, or heart rate. The absence of adverse effects indicated that S-PS in doses up to 200 mg t.i. Is safe in people over the age of 57 Jorissen, Brouns, Van Boxtel, Ponds, & Verhey, 2001. In a double-blind, placebo-controlled crossover study of 28 health adults given 120 mg ginkgo biloba extract GBE, 120 mg GBE complexed with S-PS Virtiva, or 120 mg GBE complexed with phosphatidyl choline, only those given the GBE complexed with S-PS showed improved secondary memory performance and increased speed on memory tasks Kennedy, Haskell, Mauri, & Scholey, 2007. How do we account for the seemingly contradictory findings? First, the molecular composition of phosphatidyl serine preparations varies, dpending on the source and method of synthesis. Molecular species of S-PS are rich in linoleic and palmitic acids in comparison to BC-PS which contain stearic and oleic acids Sakai, Yamatoy, & Kudo, 1996.

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