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Published: 04.05.2011
Updated: 06.11.2014
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14. stage of 14 Gunasthānas

Unembodied omniscient.

Omniscience without activity. A momentary state attained just prior to the death of the body in which all activity of body, speech, and mind have been stopped through a meditation called śukla-dhyāna. Death occurs when the four varieties of non-destructive (aghātiyā) karmas that determine life span (āyu), embodiment (nāma), status (gotra), and feelings (vedanīya) have been exhausted or expelled from the soul.


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