Whispered like misty cries

A man emitting silent cries

Whispers like misty cries,
I fray my prayers,
immensely dark
not to wake up the gods
Lying in comatose Samādhi.

Nights that start in the morning
and rainy days
On the shores of a deserted pond.

Screams that flake off,
Lost in the vapors;
And the stem of hope
kissing the ground
Disguised as a night powdered with stars.

An infinitesimal
under the myopic lens
Of immensity.

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A brief note on the concept of Samadhi

In Buddhist culture, the concept of Samadhi has great significance. Samadhi refers to a state of deep concentration achieved through meditation, in which the mind becomes completely absorbed and focused. It is considered one of the essential steps toward enlightenment and spiritual awakening. In this state, practitioners experience a sense of tranquility, clarity, and inner peace.

Samadhi is believed to help individuals transcend ego limitations and connect with their true nature. By cultivating Samadhi through mindfulness practices and meditation, one can free oneself from the outside world’s distractions and deepen the depths of one’s consciousness.

Buddha in meditation and in the state of Samadhi
Achieving the state of Samadhi implies total detachment from material reality and complete immersion in an entirely spiritual world that transcends all human limitations and weaknesses.

This state of profound mental clarity and concentration enables individuals to gain insights into the nature of reality and the interconnectedness of all beings. Through the practice of Samadhi, Buddhists aim to cultivate wisdom, compassion, and liberation from suffering. It is a transformative experience that opens the door to profound spiritual growth and self-realization.

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