From The SpiritWiki

Mukti is a Connection Outcome. It is a "derivative of the root word Mukt which can mean absolution, deliverance, emaciation, freedom, liberation, pardon, release, or salvation. In Sikhism, mukti generally refers to liberation from the bondage of five influences of ego. Egoism is believed to be the cause of ceaseless transmigration with the soul caught in a never-ending cycle of birth, death, and re-birth of incarnation and re-incarnation."[1] It is an example of the Enhanced Empathic Response that usually arises as a consequence of Connection Experience

Syncretic Terms

Mukti >


Enhanced Empathic Response > Love, Moral Quickening, Spiritual Emergence, Tolerance, Turn to the Left

Connection Outcomes

Connection Outcomess > Connection Pathology, Déjà vu, Emotional Cleansing, Emotional Satisfaction, Existential Terrors, Healing, Liberation, Perfection, Permanent Connection, Physical Sensations, Psychotic Mysticism, Realization of Self, Ritambharapragya, Spontaneous Alignment, The Unity, Transformation, Union


See also Moksha

Jivan Mukti (liberated while living) [2]

Para Mukti (supremely liberated being)[3]