In other words, Maya is the play of life where we believe that we are separate entities and objects, careening around a dangerous world. Otherness. Whenever we slip into otherness, that is what is reflected back to us, and we suffer. When we merge with what is without resistance, not-two-ness is reflected back–and along with that, more ease.
Awareness receives and holds it all, without preference.
It’s our apparent choice: otherness or not.
© Amrita Skye Blaine, 2012