Sahaja means spontaneous enlightenment.The Sahajiya Siddha concept of spontaneous spirituality influenced many Eastern religious and spiritual traditions including Buddhism and Hinduism. Spontaneous spirituality was alluded to indirectly and symbolically in the twilight language (sandhya bhasa) used by the Siddha's throughout the centuries. Siddha traditions also influenced the Bhakti or devotional movements through the Sant tradition, as can be discerned from the writings of the Bauls of Bengal, Dnyaneshwar, Meera, Kabir and Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism. It is often said that understanding the concept of Sahaja-Siddha enables you to understand the purpose of human life.
Entanglement - the action of entagling or being entangled. To entangle means to become twisted together or caught in process that is difficult to escape. Quantum entanglement shows the relationship between subatomic particles that operate even over great distances almost like magic. Samsara is the Indian concept of cyclicality of all life and the bonds that tie us to pain or freedom. Are the concepts of quantum entanglement and samsara related?
The Indian concept of karma developed and evolved over centuries. Hence many different definitions of karma came into being. Central to all these definitions was the relationship between karma and causality. Karma - was described as action, deeds, intention as well as the outcome of ones action. But what if karma really? Read to understand.
There is no single word for dharma in English. A few authors have attempted to translate dharma and have come up with over 20 different translations including "law, order, duty, custom, nature, practice, purpose, quality, statute". However each of these words is incomplete. Even a combination of these concepts do not convey a complete sense of dharma. In this article I explain what dharma is.