Sahaja (Prakrit languages: সহজ Sanskrit: सहज sahaja) means spontaneous enlightenment in Indian and Tibetan Buddhist spirituality

Sahaja practices first arose in Bengal during the 8th century among Buddhist yogis called Sahajiya siddhas

Ananda Coomaraswamy describes its significance as “the last achievement of all thought”, and “a recognition of the identity of spirit and matter, subject and object”, continuing “There is then no sacred or profane, spiritual or sensual, but everything that lives is pure and void