Decoding the Maya Matrix. Listen. One of the very powerful verse by a direct Disciple of Sadāshiva: a Yogi called Tirumular defines, decodes, this whole Maya Matrix. I will recite that verse and then give you the translation.
Tamil Tirumoolar verse
Marathai Maraiththathu Mamatha Yanai, Marathil Marainthathu Mamatha Yanai
Parathai Maraiththathu Par muthal Boodam, Parathil Marainthathu Par Muthal Boodam.
Ponnai Maraiththathu Pon Ani Booshanam, Ponnil Marainthathu Pon Ani booshanam
Thannai Maraiththathu Than Karanangale, Thanil Marainthathu Than Karanangale
I will give you the translation.
In a wooden elephant carving, if you see the intricacies of carving and perceive it as elephant, you forget it is wood. If you perceive it as a wood, you forget it’s a carving.
When you get involved in every intricacy of what is shown in front of you, by building an opinion about everything as good or bad, you are caught in the Maya Matrix.
Listen. The every curve, ups and downs of what is being shown, what is appearing in front of you, whatever, whatever is appearing in front of you….Listen carefully. Getting involved with opinions, whether it is good or bad, keeps you engaged in Maya Matrix. If you build opinions about every person, every situation, everything around your life, you will polarize the whole life. All this good for me, all this bad for me! Building more and more opinions, you have to be very clear – building more and more opinions about the things you are seeing, within the Matrix keeps you engaged with the Matrix and establishes Matrix’s authority over you. Read More