A Small Nirvana Maze

Like a Samsara Maze, a Nirvana Maze has no discernible entry point. Unlike the Samsara Maze, the Nirvana Maze has an exit. To play the Nirvana Maze game, pick any starting point anywhere inside the maze (whose walls represent Samsara).

There is a path to get to the exit from anywhere inside the maze (both, the path and all of the reality outside the walls, represent Nirvana, though, technically, one might say the exit represents Parinirvana - see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parinirvana if you have no idea what that is but want to know). Your goal is to find that path.

If you hit a blind alley, just turn around and try a different path. Try remembering the blind alleys you had hit before, so you can avoid repeating the same mistakes again and again. Please note that in this particular version of the game the exit is in the lower left corner of the maze. In different versions, it may (and probably will) be somewhere else.

Also note that I am not providing an official solution to this maze. That is because there are as many solutions as there are the possible starting points which you need to pick yourself. And since only you know where you are at any given moment, only you can find the path that leads out of Samsara to Nirvana.
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