What don't you get?
What is there to get?
What are you searching for?
What will you find?
What makes you so sure that is the right answer?
What makes you so sure this is the right path?
Why are you asking so many questions?
You are assuming a lot. You are assuming that you don't have the things you actually do have. so, since you have them, it begs the question what else do you need? if the things that you already have are not sufficient for you, you look for something else to fill in the gaps.
I’ll ask you to reference the several questions listed at the top.
It is a vast conspiracy (left-wing, or right-wing; whatever your fancy) to think that there is something to improve upon.
The most sinister aspect of it is that we learn in first from our parents.
“Do your homework so that you can be…”
1.) A doctor
2.) A lawyer
3.) An engineer
...and if they themselves have no particular ambitions, but still want to see their children succeed…
If you might not know your purpose, or even why you’re here in the ffirst place…
...at least you know that there is something there.
“You” exist, no mind-body dualism, no “think therefore I am”, no evolution, no creationism.
Not even any consciousness there, or just a bundle of ganglions masquerading as such.
Something is there. There is an existence, even if it’s just “existence”.
Try a little technique here I got from a satsang in Rishikesh given by Mooji; Papaji’s famous disciple…
I want you to imagine you’re about to walk into a house, and on the front porch is a rack to put all your belongings before entering.
Instead of just putting your shoes or jacket there, I want you to imagine putting “everything you know” there.
That means putting your parents, your place of origin, your schooling, your job and your title, your hopes, your dreams, your wishes, your desires.
Even your mindset; you are not entering this home to “do” something or see somebody in particular.
You are simply just entering.
After you place all of your “baggage” on the front porch, walk in; asking yourself…
What is here?
Whatever “that” is, is all you need.