Maya

A Quote by unknown on maya, hunab ku, dreamspell, and tzolkin

A YUM HUNAB KU EVA MAYA EMA HO

unknown

Contributed by: rainbowcreator

A Quote by Kenneth Smith on philosophy, buddhism, stoicism, worldliness, maya, suffering, desire, and spirituality

The way of the Buddha involves a metaphysical stoicism, a way of overcoming the power that worldliness has over oneself: the world rules us through our suffering no less than through our desires and appetites and hopes; all of this is Maya, the universe of delusorily desirable and despicable goods. The primal insight of Buddha is not that the suffering of the world must first be mitigated but rather that we must learn to recognize that our DESIRES are no less a form of SUFFERING than are our AILMENTS. This is what qualifies Buddhism as an authentic form of spirituality, its transcendence over the finite and merely psychological domain.

Kenneth Smith

Contributed by: Dave

A Quote by Maya Angelou on maya and angelou

 

When we come to it
We must confess that we are the possible...
We are the miraculous, the true wonders of this world
Free to choose our ends, and our new beginnings
That is when, and only when...
We come to it

Maya Angelou (1928 -)

Source: A Brave And Startling Truth

Contributed by: rachaelbrady

A Quote by shankara on illusion, maya, dream, self, and consciousness

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

shankara

Source: Atma Both

Contributed by: vicara

A Quote by James Swartz on deep sleep, maya, vasanas, dream, and illusion

  " When one wakes up in the morning, one's whole life is neatly laid out, consistent with the past, to the degree that we even (apparently) remember the same language spoken the day before, suggesting previous experience had simply entered a dormant state."

James Swartz

Source: Chinmayanda, Shankara

Contributed by: vicara

A Quote by Mevlana Jelalu'ddin Rumi on maya, senses, reality, and color

Oh! joy for he who has escaped from this world of perfumes and color!
For beyond these colors and these perfumes, these are other colors in the heart and the soul.

Mevlana Rumi (1207 - 1273)

Source: Mystic Odes 473

Contributed by: Jessica

A Quote by Bhagvad Gita Verse 64, Chapter 2 on peace, love, happiness, fear, desire, maya, illusion, enlightenment, moksha, self inquiry, and dallas

 raga-dvesa-vimuktais tu
visayan indriyais caran
atma-vasyair vidheyatma
prasadam adhigacchati

Swami Chinmayanandaji's translation

But the self-controlled man, moving among objects, with his senses
under restraint, and free from both attraction and repulsion,
attains peace.

Swami Chinmayananda

Source: Srimad Bhagvad Gita

Contributed by: vicara

A Quote by Shyamananda on maya, self-realization, bliss, authenticity, happiness, enlightenment, pain, and distress

Your unrest is the last cramp in your legs as you climb this mountain. Rest awhile, if you like.

But do not return to your old house. It is not your home any longer.

Shyamananda

Contributed by: Swami

A Quote by Shyamananda on maya, self-realization, authenticity, reality, and illusion

When you can see through the mist of Maya to the Self, that mist has not disappeared. You have just learned to see through it. "

Shyamananda

Contributed by: Swami

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