Jaḍa-samādhi (Skt., ‘insentient’ + ‘samādhi’). A defective condition in Hinduism, parasitic on two important goals: jaḍa, the highest state of yogin concentration, and samādhi, the highest state of contemplation. But the two together refer to something more like ‘dreamless sleep’, a state of suspended consciousness.
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