In the event of failure to intuit intrinsic gnosis, which is pure being, there is no chance that we can attain release in this lifetime by any deliberate physical, verbal or mental act. Religious practice becomes a tense constraining mesh constricting and veiling gnosis, and although some small satisfaction may follow, the product is conditioned and thus certain to fade away, perishing like an earthen pot. Such practice can never attain to the indestructible reality of pure being. Whatever is deliberately created is conditioned and transient, whereas its opposite, the uncreated, is imperishable. Since it is indestructible, pure being can only be seen by non-deliberate, unintended relaxation into the natural state; goal-oriented action is mesh of constraint leading us closer to Buddhahood by not so much as a hair’s breadth. Such ambition may well be regarded as a futile samsaric trap.
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