making

The unreal counterpart of creating, the process by which we produce illusions. Whereas creation uses an undivided will to produce eternal reality, making employs a divided or split mind and produces uncertain, ambivalent illusions. Everything produced outside of Heaven—thoughts, perceptions, forms and events—is made. It is thus unreal and impermanent. See creation.

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