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Maya in divinis  Term Image (māyā in divinis) Script Image
(Language:  Sanskrit)
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Short Description: Literally, "illusion (from the Sanskrit māyā) within or among divine things (from the Latin in divinis."
Long Description: Literally, "illusion within or among divine things;" an expression of the metaphysical teaching that relativity, and thus a certain degree of illusion, can be found even within the divine Principle, beginning with the personal God or "relative Absolute;" only Brahma, the Absolute as such, is fully real.
Source(s): The Fullness of God: Frithjof Schuon on Christianity, by Frithjof Schuon, edited by Dr. James S. Cutsinger
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Provided By: Dictionary of Spiritual Terms