Rasāsvāda, meaning “the taste of bliss in the absence of all thought” is a Sanskrit word, the language of Ancient India. A beautiful language used as the official one for the first written holy scriptures “The Vedas” lay out the ground rules of civilization and good living. Rasāsvāda is the appreciation and the perception of pleasure. It is the power of knowing the mind which gives enjoyment and is viewed in the setting of having removed all of the thoughts that have previously blocked one’s path to enlightenment.