All-Absorbent Meditation: also, it is known as “Samvarga Vidya“
The term "Samvarga Vidya" is mentioned in several of the Upanishads, including the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad and the Chhandogya Upanishad. In these texts, it is described as a practice of meditation that leads to the realization of the ultimate reality or truth behind all things.
All-Absorbent Meditation is a term from the ancient Indian spiritual tradition of Vedanta. It refers to a practice of meditation that involves focusing the mind on the ultimate reality or truth behind all things and experiencing a state of pure consciousness in which the individual self merges with the Universal Self.
In this practice, the meditator seeks to absorb all of their mental and emotional energies into the object of meditation, which is the ultimate reality or divine essence that underlies all of existence. The goal is to transcend the limited sense of individual self and merge with the infinite consciousness [ Known as “Brahman” Vedanta] that pervades all things.
The practice of Samvarga Vidya is considered to be one of the most advanced forms of meditation in the Vedantic tradition, requiring a high degree of concentration, detachment, and devotion to spiritual ideals. It is said to lead to a profound sense of inner peace, clarity, and spiritual insight, as well as a deep understanding of the nature of reality and the Self.