In spirituality, and especially nondual, mystical and eastern meditative traditions, the human being is often conceived as being in the illusion of individual existence, and separateness from other aspects of creation. This “sense of doership” or sense of individual existence is that part which believes it is the human being, and believes it must fight for itself in the world, is ultimately unaware and unconscious of its own true nature.
“The world is illusory: it has no real existence. This is what is meant by ‘imagination’ (khayal). You have been made to imagine that the world is something separate and independently real, outside of the Absolute. But in reality it is not so.” ~ Ibn ‘Arabi
I believe that we have free-will on the third dimensional plane, yet on the ultimate dimensional plane of reality I believe that everything is happening simultaneously, the present, past and supposed future as we call it here in third dimensional thinking. It depends on which dimensional plane you are thinking from I believe, ultimately an illusion in my mind.
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Jagat is a Sanskrit word that means “world,” specifically the physical world or planet. In Advaita Vedanta, jagat is understood as a persons’ subjective experience of reality in the material world. It is described specifically in contrast to Brahman, which is considered to be the Supreme Reality, Infinite and Omnipresent. In this understanding, jagat is considered an illusion and unreal in comparison to Brahman. Brahman is the truly awakened state, where individuals rediscover their oneness with Brahman.
Nondualism is the belief that dualism or dichotomy are illusory phenomenae. Examples of dualisms include self/other, mind/body, male/female, good/evil, active/passive, and many others. A nondual philosophical or religious perspective or theory maintains that there is no fundamental distinction between mind and matter, or that the entire phenomenological world is an illusion (with the reality being described variously as the Void, the Is, Emptiness, or the Mind of God).
Chimeric /kʌɪˈmɛrɪk,kɪˈmɛrɪk/ ~ (Of a mythical animal) formed from parts of various animals. Hoped for but illusory or impossible to achieve.
What is eye seen may not be the Truth
What is cannot be uttered
Trust in this empty yet pregnant comes not with seeing
Nor understanding vacant words born out of longing
The wise comprehend true knowledge
To the ignorant only but a wondering
The ego an empty husk of a shell
Some worship the consciousness
Some worship his personified forms
Yet beyond these attitubutes
Only the knower knows
Awareness will overcome illusion
Between eternity and immortality I lay.
We live in illusions conjured up by the precarious mind, living as automatons, subconsciously drifting through life, until we wake up into a new illusion. ~ DiosRaw
If he clings to illusions that are contrary to reality, then problems will surely arise in his subconscious to manifest in his outer reality. ~ DiosRaw