Asamprajñāta (Skt., ‘non-differentiated’, ‘non-discerned’) or nirbīja (Skt., ‘without seed’). A stage of samādhi in rāja yoga following from samprajñāta (‘differentiated’) or sabīja (‘with seed’) samādhi. The Yoga Sūtra (1. 51) says that this state of consciousness is achieved upon the cessation (nirodha) of all contents of consciousness (citta), and that in it karmic impressions (saṃskāras) are terminated.
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