The concept of reality is something that has puzzled humanity since the dawn of time. In many ancient Eastern spiritual traditions, reality is seen as an illusion, or ‘Maya’ as it called in Vedanta philosophy. It suggests that there is no absolute truth and all truths are relative, making reality a complex and ever-changing thing.
This paradoxical view of reality might suggest that there are no answers to be found, only gray areas where we can explore the boundaries of our understanding. Yet this isn’t necessarily true—by exploring these complexities we can gain a better sense of what truth really means for us individually, rather than relying on externally imposed rules and ideas about how things should be.