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superconscious

Syllabification: su·per·con·scious
Pronunciation: /ˌso͞opərˈkänSHəs
 
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Definition of superconscious in English:

adjective

Transcending human or normal consciousness: the superconscious, universal mind of God
More example sentences
  • Through yoga one bursts into the superconscious mind, experiencing bliss, all-knowingness and perfect silence.
  • I began meeting the Hindu Gods, the Deities, inside the inner areas of the superconscious mind, and learning how to relate to them.
  • He is only to be realized by superconscious perception, and Vedanta teaches us how to attain that.

Derivatives

superconsciously

1
adverb
Example sentences
  • The more you let yourself be guided superconsciously, the more you will feel joy in everything you do.
  • One who only meditates, unless he can do so superconsciously, is in danger of sinking into a mire of indolence.
  • To live superconsciously is to maximize our abilities in every department of life.

superconsciousness

2
noun
Example sentences
  • A secondary goal is savikalpa samadhi, the realization of Satchidananda, a unitive experience within superconsciousness in which perfect Truth, Consciousness and Bliss are known.
  • Not so much an unconscious, collective or otherwise, as a superconsciousness.

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