In Maya's Faces, we can witness the multitude of interpretations that life offers. Contrasting bodies appear from a warm red ocean, swirling, folding, unfolding. Each has something unique to offer that no one else can, complementing each other. While encountering similar experiences, the characters develop their own stories and paths. They express and inspire distinct emotions and ideas, while reflecting the essence of each being: a center of self and of all visions.
Māyā is a word with uncertain etymology and multiple meanings, as our lives are. We are physical bodies, minds and spirits. We are deeply connected and part of an integral life oneness; we are unique beings, seeking and developing exceptional abilities and ideas. Probably from the root Mā, nuance "to measure", Maya represents both the cosmic force, and the illusion, the appearance, where things are not what they seem. Maya is transcendental, universal and individual, including the three main attributes. The Cosmic Self, the Power of Self Limitation, where everyone sees the same world, perceived and expressed according to their own self-being. And the Power of Self Absorption, where the individual forgets to be part of oneness, the inner consciousness itself would be lost in pure being.
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