There Are No Answers. There Are No Questions.

We are awakened at Infinity only if we can realize that the fundamental point of our existence is not knowledge at all. 

There are no answers. 
This is the whole point. 
We do not know at all. 

We do not know where we are, we do not know who we are, we do not know what we are. We do not know what the future is, we do not know what the past is. 
We are trying to look good—but we do not know. We are trying through the force of experience to achieve a summation that glamorizes us, but we do not know what anything is. That is the point.

Adi Da Samraj



Many Solutions and Answers to the Problem or Question of existence are offered by the traditions of religion, spiritual esotericism, mystical experience, vital or sensory experience, science, conventional society, and every part of the body-mind itself. 
But no Solution or Answer exists 
in the domain of knowledge and experience. 

Release does not come through any attainment of knowledge or experience, high or low, since the only ultimate release is a matter of transcending the mechanism that interprets existence as a Problem or Question in the first place.

Adi Da Samraj



I hate to tell you this, but when you really get down to the core of the Teaching you begin to realize that, 

you are not going to be given any answers at all. 
There are no answers contained at any level in this process. 

But there is a certain influence that will destroy your questioning. I certainly hope you can make contact with it. As a matter of fact, I am it.

Adi Da Samraj



From the point of view of conventional mysticism, certain inner experiences are regarded to be of the highest type, and, therefore, they are regarded to be the signs of the highest illumination. 

Certain internal sounds, certain internal lights, certain internal visions, 
as well as beliefs that are a kind of internal religion, 
all are valued as the answers to mankind’s search 
for the Divine Reality. 

Thus, the conventional religious and mystical experience is attained through egoic or self-meditative seeking. Profoundly distracting internal experience is considered to be an answer to the search provoked by our reaction to mortality, our fear. The process of mysticism, of religious belief and concrete experience in the form of mystical inwardness, is therefore a consolation for our mortal fear.

Adi Da Samraj



The Mystery of our existence is not a problem to be solved. The search for an Answer implies that the Mystery of existence is a Question. And when individuals become bound to the presumption that the Mystery of existence is a Problem or a Question, their lives become a search for Solutions or Answers in the form of experience or knowledge. 

But the motive of all seeking is release from the felt dilemma that is the ultimate Problem or Question itself. And all experience and knowledge are nothing more than continuous meditation on the fundamental Problem or Question that constantly remotivates the search.

The only ultimate release from the presumed Problem 
or Question of existence 
is Realized in the transcendence of that presumption itself. 

The presumption of the Problem or Question of existence is a reactive contraction and conception of the body-mind. 

Therefore, the Realization of Truth is a radical matter of transcending the self-contracting, self-limiting, and self-defining reaction to the Mystery of existence. It is a matter of naturally or usefully abiding in the Condition of Mystery, or Ignorance, no matter what arises in the field of awareness. It is a matter of constantly abiding in the ultimate or Real Condition of all conditions, rather than reacting to events or conditions themselves. 

If this is done, then there is no Problem, no Question, and no seeking. And the apparent lifetime of the body-mind thus achieves equanimity, or freedom of participation, so that its destiny becomes natural, easeful, free of the strategies of ultimate fulfillment and release via knowledge and experience.

Adi Da Samraj



When the life is only open, when this incredible Force is flowing through, it churns you, it purifies the life. Then there is nothing at last to be unhappy about, nothing to think about. The flood of enjoyment rushes through the body, dissolves the mind, overwhelms the life. The real intelligence of conscious life begins to intensify and function in place of ignorance. 

And that intelligence has no answers. It has no questions. 
That state without answers and without questions is the true state. 
From that state, the “creation” of marvels begins.

Adi Da Samraj



There is nothing unique to be found within. There is no independent psyche. There is no depth to mind. All is like language, a learned assembly and logic of signs we all share.
There is nothing unique to be found without. There is no ultimate answer, no ultimate fulfillment, no final satisfaction of endless desire and hope. There is no depth to the whole world.
There is only one event: Something arising. All arising is the same mysterious fascination. Only the Mystery is ever found, within and without. Therefore, all that a man or woman may confront is the process of arising, instant forever. 
There is unqualified Consciousness, Radiant and prior to form. The world, the body, and every thought or presumption or perception, and even the sense of independent identity, all arise in every instant, prior to all causation or meaning, as modifications of that Radiant Field or Ignorance. 

There is no necessity to any of it. 
It is all a Play that makes its own meanings and apparent necessities. 
Meaning and necessity are not caused or generated 
by the Real Condition itself.

Once this intuition exactly flashes, all summary and eternally obvious, humor suddenly returns, and the game or process of everything is released of the burden to fulfill and to solve, and also to reveal Truth and Happiness.
The ultimate fulfillment of the Law, which is sacrifice, ecstasy, or love, is to abide as this intuition in every instant, eternally free and full. 

It is no answer. 
It is simply free. 
All questions are simply dissolved in it.

What of life then? It is not that it is a problem. What arises, arises. It does not merely arise to oneself. It arises inclusive of oneself and as oneself. Therefore, life is ultimately and wisely lived with humor and in freedom, allowing all to pass and also to be bright in the present. But there is no fit or frenzy of living.
There is natural abiding in every instant in the intuition of the Condition of these conditions. Thus meditation has been transcended in perpetual and tranquil Bliss, and all conditions of experience are transcended in every instant. 
The search falls away. There is only sacrifice of conditions into the Feeling at Infinity. Soon the transparency of everything dissolves everything in unambiguous Joy.

Adi Da Samraj


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