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1 Enakshi Ganguly = "Dhyāna (SanskritDevanagari: ध्यान) or Jhāna (झान) (Pāli) in Hinduism,BuddhismJainism [note 1] means meditation which is "a deeper awareness of oneness which is inclusive of perception of body, mind, senses and surroundings, yet remaining unidentified with it".[web 1] Dhyana is taken up after preceding exercises,[1] and leads to samadhi and self-knowledge, separatingmāyā from reality to help attain the ultimate goal of mokṣa.Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dhyana_in_Hinduism"