You are talking bull-shit Joe!<quoted text>
The state of nirvana simply reaches up to the mind plane....
There exist dozens of planes of cosmic consciousness that exceed the mind plane.
To attain to the Cosmic Bliss, the yogi will has to ascend via a series of deeper and still deeper trances that take his awakened psychic beyond the force fields of the body and cause it to rise above the head into the superior consciousness-force fields beginning from Intuition Mind, Overmind, Supermind and others where these exist in their native dimensions. The Pure Bliss is the 19th to the 21st planes in the cosmic hierarchy. Beyond the Pure Bliss commence the planes of the supracosmic realms and so on....
Stasis, of which there are several gradations, is far superior to the trance states (220 odd kinds of trances) and it (stasis) comes into play when the yogi wishes to permanently establish his psychic in the plane that it has united with.....
Nirvana is not a union in consciousness of the psychic with the mind or with any other plane.....it's a specific poise of consciousness sans the union in consciousness of the subject with the object.
Nirvana is a state of insanity being without a moral conscience.
The Buddha described Nirvana as the ultimate goal, and he reached that state during his enlightenment. At this point, he chose to teach others so that they might also experience this realisation, and so when he died, forty-five years later, he then passed through pari nirvana, meaning completed nirvana.
Nirvana literally means extinguishing or unbinding. The implication is that it is freedom from what ever binds you, from the burning passion of desire, jealousy, and ignorance. Once these are totally overcome, a state of bliss is achieved, and there is no longer the need the cycle of birth and death. All karmic debts are settled.
The Buddha refused to be drawn on what occurred then, but implied that it was beyond word and without boundaries. Certainly, he saw it in a much different state than our current existence, and not a simple parallel to the process of individual rebirth.
Freedom from moral conscientiousness is insanity.
Buddha reached a state of nothingness.
He roamed his mind in a dream state and found nothingness to be the freedom from realization.