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Old 05-11-2018, 04:25 AM
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Originally Posted by SimpleMan
I think that enlightenment is the moment when you see the truth of all things, when you become the observer, the absolute observer, I think, that, in that moment, you understand that everything is an illusion, created by your own mind with your own accord.

Imagine that you see an wonderful movie, this movie is so great that you forget it's just a movie, so, you get caught into that reality.Now, that reality, being in fact an illusion, becomes your reality ( even for just a moment ).When the movie ends, you understand that it wasn't real, this happens when we die.Now, what would happen if you could see how that movie was made? Well, then you would see its true nature.You would understand instantly that it is not real, that is just the product of the human mind.This, i call, enlightenment, seeing the true nature of reality.

This is just my humble opinion about it, I may be wrong, I am still learning.
Practicing Yoga Nidra I have learned a new word “Turiya”:
... still a 'signpost' but getting there ....

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