On the Road to Infinity

The quest

You are born with an innate thirst for search for truth. It is not something learned or acquired in life. You are, but you don't know who you are. The question is there from the very beginning and you must know truth of your being. It is not curiosity.

Truth gives you conviction. Only with conviction can you undertake purposeful action. Your behavior is governed by your conviction.

You are born seeker searching for your own being. You're incomplete until you find that supreme principle by which you can explain your existence in this world and discover the purpose and meaning of your life.


Billions of human beings never bother about this. 

If you happen to ask questions, society easily destroys your curiosity. The world has very sophisticated ways and means to finish up your quest, to remove the questions from your mind, or at least cover it up.

You're told that you are a soul, that you are a spirit, that you are not a body, that you are not material. In communist countries you are told that you are a body, just material, and that story about soul is just a superstition. 

In both cases you are being given an answer. Your mind is delicate and pure; you trust your mother, your father, your teacher – there is no reason for you not to trust.

From very early in your life you have created beliefs, and beliefs kill the quest. You went to school, you became more and more knowledgeable. Education as well the religion is there, and there was no end to collecting knowledge. 

Even now, you're collecting this futile knowledge, not only futile, but false, because the first step has gone wrong. 

The question of who you are was not asked, and all the subsequent answers implanted in your mind are nothing but more or less a kind of bullshit.

The ignorance means that your spiritual journey has never started. 


The search for truth is really the search for reality of your being. You cannot understand yourself because then it is you (who understands) and your being (what is to be understood), duality is still there. 

You have to be. 

Once you have entered into the being, you are the whole world. For that you need to be brave, not to be afraid of yourself. On that point there can be no compromise, no cheap borrowed knowledge.

Just be pure, spontaneous and natural, and out of that purity, naturalness, openness, innocence, the quest is bound to start.

Socrates was condemned for corrupting people, and all that he was doing was the simple process of removing borrowed knowledge and helping his disciples to see the falseness of their beliefs, and to be themselves - “to know thyself.” 

Why are you afraid? 

Your entire knowledge is unfounded. Everything what you believe to be true is wrong. Your knowledge, your answers are bogus because you don’t even have questions, you are only repeating things, parrot-like. You don’t have any understanding even of things you know.

The knowledge is the greatest crime in the world in which, unfortunately, you are living.

Your knowledge blinds you, you are lost in a jungle of words, theories, doctrines, dogmas. There are so many, and they are so contradictory to each other, that soon you will find yourself more and more confused.

The intellectuals are people who think too much, who complicate things and pay attention to the knowledge only. They are already dead, maybe alive but spiritually they are walking zombies.

Intellectuality is ugly, it's absolute rubbish. 

The useless knowledge has been poured upon you by others, and you are carrying a load of it. The load is such that it will not give you any opportunity to inquire on your own what truth is. 

Your already know the truth. You found it in the Bible or in the science, your question is answered, your quest is finished. All that you have has come outside you; it is not yours, not your discovery. 

That knowledge which is not yours discovery is not real knowledge.