symbol of illusionary ideas. As the wind never can be chased or captured (even if it is captured, it will not be wind any longer), so the illusions of being attracted to this external world ( Maya) also cannot be chased or captured. Even when an unnecessary desire (illusion) is fulfilled (captured), a new desire will replace it and the process is insatiable. That is why in the Bible, "wind" is used as the one that stirs the sea ( unit consciousness) or the great sea ( collective consciousness). The winds that stir up the consciousness are attraction to the external world, unnecessary desires, when desires are fulfilled, they bring attachment to the external world, and the result of all of them is the greed. These are the illusions (winds) of the world that bring confusion and tribulation ("restless sea" or "great sea") to man.