- "If I may, it seems as though you're targeting Quson Muir's children. First Derek and now Erik. Is there any particular reason why?"
"Yes, there is. First, I attempted to eliminate Derek so that his children would not be born. Karn brought him back, and I didn't properly read the texts, so I didn't know at the time that it would be human twins. Next, I had Korensan kill Erik, because aside from perhaps two others, he is the only one who could properly train either of Derek and Rhyana's children in the art of the lightsaber."
"Are they really that powerful?"
"They are, without a doubt, the most powerful beings in the galaxy, and as such should be feared by anyone who enjoys living. Their deaths will be the final nail in the coffin, assuring my victory."
- — Lyli Var'nio and Zohmaj Hauc
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Behind the ScenesEdit
The name Sahaja is from Sanskrit and from Hinduism and Buddhism. It is not related to the literal translation of the word, but has to do with its relevance towards meditation. In the two religions, samadhi deals with higher levels of concentrated meditation. Samadhi is the highest level of meditation possible and is in and of itself broken into four different levels, the last of which is called "Sahaja Samadhi".
The third level is called Nirvikalpa Samadhi. In this state there is no longer mind, duality, or subject-object relationship or experience. Upon entering Nirvikalpa Samadhi, the differences we saw before have faded and we can see everything as one. In this condition nothing but pure Awareness remains and nothing is missing to take away from Wholeness and Perfection.
Staying in Nirvikalpa Samadhi is effortless but even from this condition one must eventually return to ego-consciousness. Otherwise, this highest level of Samadhi leads to Nirvana, which means total Unity and the logical end of individual identity (and also death of the body). However, it is entirely possible to stay in Nirvikalpa Samadhi and yet be fully functional in this world. This condition is known as Sahaja Nirvikalpa Samadhi or Sahaja Samadhi. Only the truly Enlightened can be and remain spontaneously free.
This is fitting considering Sahaja Muir's position as the more academic and spiritual oriented one of the Twins.