Satchitananda is a compounded Sanskrit word consisting of "sat", "chit" and "ananda", all three considered as inseparable from the nature of ultimate reality called Brahman in Hinduism.
sat means "being, existence", "real, actual", "true, good, right", or "that which really is, existence, essence, true being, really existent, good, true".
chit means "consciousness".
ananda means "happiness, joy, bliss",
Satchitananda is therefore translated as "Truth Consciousness Bliss", "Reality Consciousness Bliss", or "Existence Consciousness Bliss"
I am of the nature of consciousness.
I am made of consciousness and bliss.
I am nondual, pure in form, absolute knowledge, absolute love.
I am changeless, devoid of desire or anger, I am detached.
I am One Essence, unlimitedness, utter consciousness.
I am boundless Bliss, existence and transcendent Bliss.
I am the Atman, that revels in itself.
I am the Sacchidananda that is eternal, enlightened and pure.
Why is “Bliss” a part of the experience of ultimate reality?
If it is true:
"I am made of consciousness and bliss."
then how can same be "nondual"...
unless in its constituency consciousness is identical to bliss?
This is like saying:
"I am made of water and Ice"
"I am nondual, pure in form"
Now it makes sense.
So I propose:
Could bliss be a "crystalized" state of consciousness?
A state in which a material which can not be 'held,' CAN in fact be held-- though it's essential nature is unchanged.