Samādhi is a state of intense concentration achieved through meditation. It is a spiritual state of awareness that can lead to control over the distractions that inhibit our connection to the universe. This interpretation of Samādhi is an experiment that attempts to induce altered states of consciousness on listeners through the absorption of vibrational tones. Each instrument in the composition has its own time signature which produces complex rhythmic structures. The instrumentation consists of traditional hindu and buddhist instruments such as the singing bowl, harmonium, tingshas and the electric tanpura. Each component is mechanized to perform without performer, to transform the space of performance into a meditational experience for the listener.