The term ’Dhyan’ comes from ’dhyai’ dhatu used in ’lat’ pratyaya.Its meaning is contemplation or the natural tendency and direction of senses.Patanjal Yogashastra links it with ekagrata or concentration.Dhyan is a state of pure consciousness, which transcends the inner and outer senses.The climax of Dhyan is samadhi.In Indian tradition,it is used for inner soul growth. Western psychologists link it with mental concentra-tion and consider it a special state of mind.But this is only the early phase of Dhyan.The techniques and nature of Dhyan might vary but even the modern scientific research validates and highlights its benefit.

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