Moh-Maya : All attachments are illusion

“All attachments are illusion”

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|| सब मोह – माया है || 🧘🏻
‘All attachments are illusion.’  🕉 

Everything in this world is temporary.
Even your body is not permanent.

One must not attach too much to materialistic world.
Always remember the ultimate reality of the supreme power, that which is permanent.
The ultimate power that creates, sustains and destroys, is the only eternal truth.

You are not your body.
You are soul, an eternal consciousness.

Aim for mokṣa. (liberation)
Re-invent yourself.
Think over and beyond this life.
Break away from this saṃsāra. (world)
Allow your consciousness to rise above the weight of this world.

Recognize your soul’s journey.
Collect good Karma.
Learn from your experiences,
Soak every moment of it.
But don’t allow it to hold you back.

Worldly things are moh-maya.
They are simply woven around you, for the sole purpose of distraction.
Let your soul be free from the continuous cycle of death and rebirth.

Don’t worry and remember child,
Let go • Rise above • Ascend 

“Nothing is permanent, not even your pain; and not even this world. No. not even you. The only thing permanent is your soul. Let go of that weight around you, that is drowning you. Empower yourself with the experiences that have grown inside of you. Rise above your attachments and uplift your soul. Because all attachments are illusion.”

— Moh = Attachment ✿ Maya = Illusion
Moh-Maya (मोह – माया) is referred to as an extremely complex cycle that illudes the soul to not see the bigger picture of its existence.
Attachment to illusion = That all beings are attached to an illusion.
Illusion of attachment = That all beings are under the illusion that the attachment is real.

Saṃsāra (संसार)= “wandering through, flowing on aimlessly”
The soul is constantly circling through multiverses as there is no immediate heaven or hell, because people do not live an equally moral or immoral life. Therefore, the soul continues to be born and reborn in various realms and forms until it finally accumulates all the experiences that makes it ready to ascend and achieve the ultimate liberation.

Karma (कर्म) = Causality. The spiritual principle of cause and effect where intent and actions of an individual (cause) influence the future of that individual (effect). Karma further determines the next journey for the soul, and weaves the world around it accordingly. For example in Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, one of the oldest upanishadic scriptures of Hinduism (700 BCE), at 4.4.5-6 it states:
“Now as a soul is like this or like that,
according as it acts and according as it behaves, so will it be;
a soul of good acts will become good, a soul of bad acts, bad;
it becomes pure by pure deeds, bad by bad deeds;
And here they say that a soul consists of desires,
and as is its desire, so is its will;
and as is its will, so is its deed;
and whatever deed it does, that it will reap.”

Mokṣa (मोक्ष) = The ultimate emancipation, enlightenment, liberation, and release from the Saṃsāra. And finally become one again with the supreme consciousness of the one true power.
Unlike other religion, to question ones’s existence and that of the supreme power in the ancient Hindu Sanatan Dharam i.e. Hinduism, is the first step that a soul takes to wake up and look beyond the illusions of ‘the perceived reality’. It is it’s initiation towards the final ascension from the world.

♡ XOXO 

© Fiona Crystal • Jan 1, 2019 9 | 9:22 AM
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