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Hinduism: What is meant by "Samadhi" (Shankara) and how is that different from Nirvana (Buddha)?

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What is meant by "Samadhi" (Shankara) and how is that different from Nirvana (Buddha)?
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Samadhi is the the event that leads to Nirvana.
So samadhi is when you go from not being in the state of nirvana to being in that state, whereas nirvana is supposedly the eternal and complete consciousness after samadhi.

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Samadhi is not permanent.

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Smandhi is a state of meditation, a state of which one can either go into super-consciousness, where all things can be possible, this is the state where people experience inner awareness, access the Akashic records, time travels (travel back into past lives), have spiritual realms experiences and able to spiritual travels between all other realms.
Nirvana is state of no rebirth and non- returning to the Samsara, it has nothing to do with the meditation. It is a state of Mind of which the primary requirement is that you have to reach the highest Enlightenment.
I can access Samandhi state to some extent, but I can't access Nirvana State, because I am not Enlightened yet.

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