siddhi


siddhi

siddhi [sid-dee] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. Yoga. a miraculous power imparted by the late stages of intense meditation.Pali iddhi.
  2. Buddhism. any occult power acquired through discipline.

Origin of siddhi From Sanskrit Examples from the Web for siddhi Historical Examples of siddhi

  • In the siddhi body we meditate and serve it, and in the next birth we gain Radha-Krishna’s feet by being born as sakhis.

    Chaitanya’s Life And Teachings

    Krishna das Kaviraja

  • Bhang, the Hindustani siddhi or sabzi, consists of the dried leaves and small stalks of the hemp; a few fruits occur in it.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 13, Slice 3

    Various

  • The deity was summoned by the rites already described and the object of the performer was to obtain magical powers or siddhi.

    Hinduism And Buddhism, Volume II. (of 3)

    Charles Eliot

  • The object of it is Siddhi or success, the highest form of which is spiritual perfection.

    Hinduism And Buddhism, Volume II. (of 3)

    Charles Eliot

  • The Puri, when attaining to siddhi (death) told me to go and serve Krishna-Chaitanya.

    Chaitanya’s Life And Teachings

    Krishna das Kaviraja

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