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Sixth jhāna

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The Sixth Jhana: Infinity of Consciousness

You enter the sixth jhana by realizing that the infinite space you occupy includes your consciousness.

So you shift your attention to infinite consciousness instead of infinite space.

You may feel “at one” with all nature and existence, but do not be fooled, this is not full enlightenment.

Concentration is further increased and there is still one-pointedness of mind.

Source

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