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In Indian religions and Indian philosophy, moksha (a.k.a. vimoksha, vimukti and mukti) means emancipation, liberation and release. In traditional literature this "freedom" is either freedom from [[The Body]] (i.e. freedom from [[Samsara]], the cycle of rebirth and death) or freedom from the litltle [[self]] (i.e. [[Nirvana]] or, in [[Lightning Path]] terms, [[Connection]] and identification with the [[Resident Monadic Consciousness]]).  
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<blockquote class="definition">'''Moksha''' (Sanskrit:मोक्ष) is the Sanskrit word for "release" or "emancipation." The term generally refers to the release from identification with the [[Bodily Ego]] and the material world. </blockquote>
  
According to Hindu thought, Moksha is one of the four aspects and Puruṣārtha (goals) of human life, the others being [[dharma]] (virtuous, proper, "right", moral life), [[artha]] (prosperous, secure, stable "right" life), and kama (happiness).
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==Hinduism==
  
The 8thc. Hindu Poem [[Vivekachudamani]] treats of Moksha.
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In Lightning Path terms, Moksha is acceptance of [[Self]] as God, acceptance of [[Reality]], and realization of unity and oneness with [[The Fabric of Consciousness]]
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==Notes==
  
Moksha may be distinguished from the Buddhist [[Nirvana]].
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When one achieves moksha, one no longer identifies with the [[Bodily Ego]]. Instead, one identifies with the [[Spiritual Ego]].
  
==See Also==
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According to Hindu thought, Moksha is one of the four aspects and Puruṣārtha (goals) of human life, the others being [[dharma]] (virtuous, proper, "right", moral life), [[artha]] (prosperous, secure, stable "right" life), and kama (happiness).
  
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The 8thc. Hindu Poem [[Vivekachudamani]] treats of Moksha.
 
 
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==Further Reading==
 
 
 
Spiritwiki. ''Moksha'' https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moksha#cite_note-1
 
 
 
Sharp, M. (2006). The Book of Light: The Nature of God, the Structure of Consciousness, and the Universe Within You (Vol. One - Air). St. Albert, Alberta: Lightning Path Press.
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 18:11, 23 May 2020

Moksha (Sanskrit:मोक्ष) is the Sanskrit word for "release" or "emancipation." The term generally refers to the release from identification with the Bodily Ego and the material world.

Hinduism

Hinduism > Brahman, GodHead, Moksha

Notes

When one achieves moksha, one no longer identifies with the Bodily Ego. Instead, one identifies with the Spiritual Ego.

According to Hindu thought, Moksha is one of the four aspects and Puruṣārtha (goals) of human life, the others being dharma (virtuous, proper, "right", moral life), artha (prosperous, secure, stable "right" life), and kama (happiness).

The 8thc. Hindu Poem Vivekachudamani treats of Moksha.

Footnotes