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MAYA of the new world The power of perception

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MAYA of the new world The power of perception and suggestion.

An introduction to Maya :

In the holy hindu book-the Bhagvad Gita Lord Krishna (one of the supreme gods of the Hindu pantheon) contemplates that the world is Maya (A Sanskrit word literally meaning Illusion). Lord Krishna gave this discourse since encapsulated as the Bhagvad Gita on the battlefield of Kurukshetra when his protg Arjun was depressed at the prospect of having to kill his cousins and relatives during the Mahabarata War. Thousands of religious Hindu scholars ever since those ancient times have been interpreting the Bhagvad Gita and trying find ways of explaining what the Lord Krishna meant by Maya. The commonest of all religious interpretation is that the real world is an illusion we should be prepared to go to the so called otherworld and because the real world is an illusion we should be detached from the happenings of this world thus encouraging penitence and sacrifice. While I am no religious scholar I now lay claim to explaining Maya to the current generation and what it can mean for us in the world business.

Maya although in its real literary translation is illusion as when…

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