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- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
- merely maya (illusion), and turned from it in order to attain to
- the outer world of Maya; from all such you must turn away,
- civilization. You must not regard all things as merely Maya, but
- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
- Maya.’ Only at such time as man might commune with the
- Deception‘, which is indeed Maya. It is also understandable
- sink into illusion — into Maya — but that again and again there
- in which we have our being is Maya, — illusion; that here life
- which spreads itself abroad throughout this world of Maya is not
- of Maya, or illusion. This great ‘Fall’ must,
- Maya.’ But the Christian, on the other hand, would exclaim:
- pretence, behind all this deception, this Maya; and I would at
- of Maya?’ the Buddhist answers: — ‘It is the world
- itself that is Maya.’ But the Christian says: — ‘It
- material life in a veil of Maya.’ The Buddhist’s
- path. He considers that this change to Maya is the direct result
- everything that is Maya — the Christian, on the other
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