Jivanmukta

Le Jīvan mukta ou Jīvanmukta[1] (devanāgarī : जीवन्मुक्त), terme sanskrit neutre ou masculin signifie : libéré vivant, état de libération, but ultime du yoga. Il vient de l'assemblage de जीवत् jīvat : vivant et de मुक्ति mukti : libération, délivrance finale, salut.

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