Arjuna’s experience of the “Sudarsana” is his own; Ramana’s realisation of “Stillness” or Patanjali’s clarity in settling down the mind into silence are all born from the ability to listen to all that which is obvious all around us as a witness; the form as well as the formless.
Yaa Devi Sarvabhuteshu…… Sansthita; When this is perceived and applied as ones knowing… one has accessed the Mahamaya.
When the same space appears different as seen from different eyes, that’s maaya… and when one can consciously access different consciousness or frequencies to invoke such a space, it’s knowing the Mahamaya. Accessing and invoking any energy at will to create harmony to one’s space is the purpose of Mahamaya. Maaya is experienced within one’s perception; a perception that seems surreal. Maaya has been largely understood as an illusion. Maaya is also tagged with attachment or longing. Mahamaya is when no maaya exists and one’s perception of the world, the people, relationships, happenings and one’s own communication with life is tangible, measurable, clear and meaningful.