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Illusion Maya Quotes By Dada Bhagwan

Illusion (maya) makes one take birth, illusion makes one get married and illusion also makes one die. But here the condition is that it is not the reign of illusion. It is your own reign. It cannot happen unless you wish for it. Illusion gives the result (effect) of what you had consented to in your past life. — Dada Bhagwan

Illusion Maya Quotes By Amish Tripathi

Everything in the world is maya, an illusion. The ultimate truth one has to realise is that we actually need nothing. Because to possess an illusion is as good as possessing nothing. — Amish Tripathi

Illusion Maya Quotes By Amish Tripathi

Desire creates attachment. Attachment to this world. And, when you don't get what you want or get what you don't want, it leads to suffering. And that to violence and wars. Which finally results in destruction. So, if you want to avoid destruction and suffering, you should control your desire right? Give up maya, the illusion of this world? — Amish Tripathi

Illusion Maya Quotes By Hridaya Yoga

The world as it appears to us through our mind and senses is seen as an illusion (maya). That doesn't mean that it doesn't exist, but that it doesn't represent the Truth, the Real. — Hridaya Yoga

Illusion Maya Quotes By Mohit K. Misra

What Albert Einstein termed optical delusion,
The Indians termed Maya or Illusion. — Mohit K. Misra

Illusion Maya Quotes By Dada Bhagwan

Illusion (maya) cannot enter where there is 'light' (enlightenment, awareness). Once darkness falls, illusion will enter there. The Gnani Purush can arrange for your illusion to go away permanently. — Dada Bhagwan

Illusion Maya Quotes By Kevin Michel

You are deluded if you think that the world around you is a physical construct separate from your own mind. — Kevin Michel

Illusion Maya Quotes By Dada Bhagwan

Once the illusion (branti) goes away, one can see 'as it is', and that is why ignorance goes away. When ignorance goes, maya (deceit) goes. Once God's maya is gone, the solution is found. — Dada Bhagwan

Illusion Maya Quotes By Sri Chinmoy

Your soul has a special mission. Your soul is supremely conscious of it.
Maya, illusion or forgetfulness, makes you feel that you are finite, weak and helpless. This is not true. You are not the body. You are not the senses. You are not the mind. These are all limited. You are the soul, which is unlimited. Your soul is infinitely powerful. Your soul defies all time and space. — Sri Chinmoy

Illusion Maya Quotes By Kevin Michel

All perception is the result of electrical impulses in the brain - the world of the individual is tantamount to a highly advanced computer running and analyzing programs in its working memory. — Kevin Michel

Illusion Maya Quotes By Eric Weiner

it is again: that Hindu belief that all of life is maya, illusion. Once we see life as a game, no more consequential than a game of chess, then the world seems a lot lighter, a lot happier. Personal failure becomes "as small a cause for concern as playing the role of loser in a summer theater performance," writes Huston Smith in his book The World's Religions. If it's all theater, it doesn't matter which role you play, as long as you realize it's only a role. Or, as Alan Watts said: "A genuine person is one who knows he is a big act and does it with complete zip. — Eric Weiner

Illusion Maya Quotes By Edgar Mitchell

One way of saying that is that there is an objective reality beyond our mind. A way to think of this in a philosophic sense is to look between the two great extremes: the idealist philosophy that says mind and consciousness is the only thing and that matter is simply an illusion, or a Maya, the product of mind; and the other extreme, a strict materialist determinism, which says that mind and consciousness is a secondary phenomenon of the collision of matter. — Edgar Mitchell

Illusion Maya Quotes By Michael Talbot

Pribram realized that if the holographic brain model was taken to its logical conclusions, it opened the door on the possibility that objective reality - the world of coffee cups, mountain vistas, elm trees, and table lamps - might not even exist, or at least not exist in the way we believe it exists. Was it possible, he wondered, that what the mystics had been saying for centuries was true, reality was maya, an illusion, and what was out there was really a vast, resonating symphony of wave forms, a "frequency domain" that was transformed into the world as we know it only after it entered our senses? — Michael Talbot

Illusion Maya Quotes By Anand Neelakantan

You dare laugh at the fall of Suyodhana and all the noble men like Bhishma, my father, Karna, and the others who fought for him? Read Jaya to know how Karna rejected the temptation to become Emperor and instead chose to stand by the man who had given him everything when he had nothing. Read how Karna was trapped by own nobility, how impossible promises were extracted from him; know how he was shot while extracting the wheel of his chariot that was stuck in the mud. Know that Arjuna did not keep his word, as any honourable warrior would have done, when he failed to kill Jayadratha before sunset, hiding behind the lame excuse that the sunset had been maya, an illusion created by an avatar. Sleep in your beds peacefully by all means, if your conscience still allows you to do so, you lucky devils. — Anand Neelakantan

Illusion Maya Quotes By Gautama Buddha

Greater than all the joys
Of heaven and earth,
Greater still than dominion
Over all the worlds,
Is the joy of reaching the stream. — Gautama Buddha

Illusion Maya Quotes By Frederick Lenz

What gets frustrating for some people is the fact that you might get very high, but you find yourself pulled down again. There are forces of illusion or maya that cause us to make mistakes. — Frederick Lenz

Illusion Maya Quotes By Adi Shankaracarya

Like the appearance of silver in mother of pearl, the world seems real until the Self, the underlying reality, is realized. — Adi Shankaracarya

Illusion Maya Quotes By Helena Petrovna Blavatsky

Whatever plane our consciousness may be acting in, both we and the things belonging to that plane are, for the time being, our only realities. As we rise in the scale of development we perceive that during the stages through which we have passed we mistook shadows for realities, and the upward progress of the Ego is a series of progressive awakenings, each advance bringing with it the idea that now, at last, we have reached "reality"; but only when we shall have reached the absolute Consciousness, and blended our own with it, shall we be free from the delusions produced by Maya [illusion]. — Helena Petrovna Blavatsky

Illusion Maya Quotes By Rabindranath Tagore

Our self (Soul) is maya (an illusion) where it is merely individual and finite, where it considers its separateness as absolute; it is satyam (truth) where it recognizes its essence in the universal and infinite, in the Supreme Self, in paramatman (God). This is what Christ means when he says, "Before Abraham was, I am" (i.e. before Abraham was God, who is the same that is in my soul - I am That.) — Rabindranath Tagore

Illusion Maya Quotes By Cathy Ostlere

Dear Maya,
Life is an illusion.
And as it turns out, so is death.
What is real?
What remains when we all fade away?
Two things: Love. Forgiveness.
Don't forget — Cathy Ostlere

Illusion Maya Quotes By U.R. Ananthamurthy

The dazzle of illusion, even when we see through it; the ways in which we entangle ourselves, the ways in which we work free-
How do we get to change?
When all is said and done, it seems a matter of grace. — U.R. Ananthamurthy

Illusion Maya Quotes By Frederick Lenz

At the moment you're suffering from what we call Maya. Maya is illusion. Maya is a Sanskrit word that suggests that we have forgotten. We've forgotten the purpose of life. — Frederick Lenz

Illusion Maya Quotes By Dada Bhagwan

Not knowing one's real Self is the greatest of maya (deceit; illusion). Once this ignorance is removed, the illusion departs. — Dada Bhagwan

Illusion Maya Quotes By Indu Sundaresan

But nothing could be held true for the rest of one's life, every coveted thing in the end was maya, illusion, a myth, and this the great sages of India had always understood --- little was real. We were put on this earth transitorily; we deposited our genes in offspring; deluded ourselves that we would be missed when we were gone; pretended that money, wealth, titles, and land were to be desired. But every such thing was ephemeral, prone to change. The only reason to live was love. — Indu Sundaresan