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MAYA = ILLUSION (In Ancient Sanskrit) ... Mayan 2012 ...

 
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So; I just started an account to bring you this...

Maya or Māyā (Sanskrit maya, in Indian religions, has multiple meanings, usually quoted as "illusion", centered on the fact that we do not experience the environment itself but rather a projection of it, created by us. Maya; is the principal deity that manifests, perpetuates and governs the illusion and dream of duality in the phenomenal Universe. For some mystics, this manifestation is real.[1] Each person, each physical object, from the perspective of eternity, is like a brief, disturbed drop of water from an unbounded ocean. The goal of enlightenment is to understand this—more precisely, to experience this: to see that the distinction between the self and the Universe is a false dichotomy. The distinction between consciousness and physical matter, between mind and body (refer bodymind), is the result of an unenlightened perspective.


Read more of the wiki here...

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

... this is a great time of liberation from Moha ... The beginning of "all things good" ... The restoration and return to the pureland ... or Western Purelands...

Sorry ... no doom ... just a great time to celebrate the future and the liberation ...

*Toots a Flute*

dance

Questions? ... I have the answers ... =)

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Re: MAYA = ILLUSION (In Ancient Sanskrit) ... Mayan 2012 ...
Maya does mean illusion. And from maya we get metru/meter, measure, matrix, mother.

The word "person" also means a mask. From ancient latin, Per-sona, a mask worn by actors on stage.

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To me; often enough a person ... or persona ... is ego-consciousness ... or "not-self" ... and Maya, to me, is the delusioned perspective... from a point of unreality...


The word origin of maya; is derived from the Sanskrit roots ma ("not") and ya, generally translated as an indicative article meaning "that".[citation needed] The mystic teachings in Vedanta are centered on a fundamental truth of the universe that cannot be reduced to a concept or word for the ordina ry mind to manipulate. Rather, the human experience and mind are themselves a tiny fragment of this truth. In this tradition, no mind-object can be identified as absolute truth, such that one may say, "That's it." So, to keep the mind from attaching to incomplete fragments of reality, a speaker could use this term to indicate that truth is "Not that."

In Hinduism, maya; is to be seen through, like an epiphany, in order to achieve moksha (liberation of the soul from the cycle of samsara). Ahamkara (ego-consciousness) and karma are seen as part of the binding forces of maya;. maya; may be understood as the phenomenal Universe of perceived duality, a lesser reality-lens superimposed on the unity of Brahman. It is said to be created by the divine by the application of the Lila; (creative energy/material cycle, manifested as a veil—the basis of dualism). The sanskaras of perceived duality perpetuate samsara.

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To me; often enough a person ... or persona ... is ego-consciousness ... or "not-self" ... and Maya, to me, is the delusioned perspective... from a point of unreality...

 Quoting: TheMotherbrain


All this can be solved with one simple question, what do you mean by "me"?

Who is you?

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Nobody; but maybe... the supreme personality of godhead ...

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... Still trying figure that out...
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This is where a teacher or guru would whack you with his stick and say "no".
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Your talkin' to the teacher... *Whack on the table*

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This is where a teacher or guru would whack you with his stick and say "no".
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To me; often enough a person ... or persona ... is ego-consciousness ... or "not-self" ... and Maya, to me, is the delusioned perspective... from a point of unreality...

 Quoting: TheMotherbrain


All this can be solved with one simple question, what do you mean by "me"?

Who is you?
 Quoting: Sunyata


... I suppose the lesson here is: don't ask questions ; that you cannot handle the answers to...

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To me; often enough a person ... or persona ... is ego-consciousness ... or "not-self" ... and Maya, to me, is the delusioned perspective... from a point of unreality...

 Quoting: TheMotherbrain


All this can be solved with one simple question, what do you mean by "me"?

Who is you?
 Quoting: Sunyata


... I suppose the lesson here is: don't ask questions ; that you cannot handle the answers to...
 Quoting: TheMotherbrain


The answers you speak of is the illusion.

What is pure, is the real answers to our questions.

Truth doesn't come in any website, paper, objects or things.

Truth comes from the light, and many have not seen the full extent of it, but a mere glimpse.

The light lies within, but our lamp shade is full of soot, for us to comprehend the whole truth.

We just can't handle the truth because, one is to scared to see whats truly looking at them, on the other side of the mirror.

Truth is fear, fear is truth, they go hand to hand.
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To me; often enough a person ... or persona ... is ego-consciousness ... or "not-self" ... and Maya, to me, is the delusioned perspective... from a point of unreality...

 Quoting: TheMotherbrain


All this can be solved with one simple question, what do you mean by "me"?

Who is you?
 Quoting: Sunyata


... I suppose the lesson here is: don't ask questions ; that you cannot handle the answers to...
 Quoting: TheMotherbrain


The answers you speak of is the illusion.

What is pure, is the real answers to our questions.

Truth doesn't come in any website, paper, objects or things.

Truth comes from the light, and many have not seen the full extent of it, but a mere glimpse.

The light lies within, but our lamp shade is full of soot, for us to comprehend the whole truth.

We just can't handle the truth because, one is to scared to see whats truly looking at them, on the other side of the mirror.

Truth is fear, fear is truth, they go hand to hand.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1370992

Fear is the illusion. Fear is made. Truth is Love. Love just is.
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All this can be solved with one simple question, what do you mean by "me"?

Who is you?
 Quoting: Sunyata


... I suppose the lesson here is: don't ask questions ; that you cannot handle the answers to...
 Quoting: TheMotherbrain


The answers you speak of is the illusion.

What is pure, is the real answers to our questions.

Truth doesn't come in any website, paper, objects or things.

Truth comes from the light, and many have not seen the full extent of it, but a mere glimpse.

The light lies within, but our lamp shade is full of soot, for us to comprehend the whole truth.

We just can't handle the truth because, one is to scared to see whats truly looking at them, on the other side of the mirror.

Truth is fear, fear is truth, they go hand to hand.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1370992

Fear is the illusion. Fear is made. Truth is Love. Love just is.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30268643


Fear is as real as the midnight sky, as truth is as real as the sunlight that shines brightly over us.

Fear is the truth, as you conquer it, you will see the light.
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... I suppose the lesson here is: don't ask questions ; that you cannot handle the answers to...
 Quoting: TheMotherbrain


The answers you speak of is the illusion.

What is pure, is the real answers to our questions.

Truth doesn't come in any website, paper, objects or things.

Truth comes from the light, and many have not seen the full extent of it, but a mere glimpse.

The light lies within, but our lamp shade is full of soot, for us to comprehend the whole truth.

We just can't handle the truth because, one is to scared to see whats truly looking at them, on the other side of the mirror.

Truth is fear, fear is truth, they go hand to hand.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1370992

Fear is the illusion. Fear is made. Truth is Love. Love just is.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30268643


Fear is as real as the midnight sky, as truth is as real as the sunlight that shines brightly over us.

Fear is the truth, as you conquer it, you will see the light.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1370992


Fear is the illusion (Light), as you conquer it, you will know Darkness (Love). The Truth is Darkness and the Truth is that Darkness is Light. Darkness created Light and Light created fear of Darkness (Itself). Darkness (Truth) does not Fear Light (Itself) because Darkness created Light. One conquers Fear (Illusion) to know Love (Truth).

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Re: MAYA = ILLUSION (In Ancient Sanskrit) ... Mayan 2012 ...
From wikipedia:

The word origin of māyā is derived from the Sanskrit roots ma ("not") and ya, generally translated as an indicative article meaning "that". The mystic teachings in Vedanta are centered on a fundamental truth of the universe that cannot be reduced to a concept or word for the ordinary mind to manipulate. Rather, the human experience and mind are themselves a tiny fragment of this truth. In this tradition, no mind-object can be identified as absolute truth, such that one may say, "That's it." So, to keep the mind from attaching to incomplete fragments of reality, a speaker could use this term to indicate that truth is "Not that."

So in other words, 'maya' means "God".

The Sanskrit word 'maya', and the Central American Mayans are about as far removed from each other as can be.
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Re: MAYA = ILLUSION (In Ancient Sanskrit) ... Mayan 2012 ...
Hello... Somebody call?

So; I just started an account to bring you this...

Maya or Māyā (Sanskrit maya, in Indian religions, has multiple meanings, usually quoted as "illusion", centered on the fact that we do not experience the environment itself but rather a projection of it, created by us. Maya; is the principal deity that manifests, perpetuates and governs the illusion and dream of duality in the phenomenal Universe. For some mystics, this manifestation is real.[1] Each person, each physical object, from the perspective of eternity, is like a brief, disturbed drop of water from an unbounded ocean. The goal of enlightenment is to understand this—more precisely, to experience this: to see that the distinction between the self and the Universe is a false dichotomy. The distinction between consciousness and physical matter, between mind and body (refer bodymind), is the result of an unenlightened perspective.


Read more of the wiki here...

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

... this is a great time of liberation from Moha ... The beginning of "all things good" ... The restoration and return to the pureland ... or Western Purelands...

Sorry ... no doom ... just a great time to celebrate the future and the liberation ...

*Toots a Flute*

dance

Questions? ... I have the answers ... =)
 Quoting: TheMotherbrain


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Re: MAYA = ILLUSION (In Ancient Sanskrit) ... Mayan 2012 ...
OP you don't need to say "Ancient Sanskrit", because it's already implied that Sanskrit is an ancient language. It's like saying "burning fire", "wet water" or "falling down".
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