Given that arising from wrong view we are trapped in this dualistic condition with the attendant habits along with it our defilements which we developed since time immemorial, this condition is not our innate nature. If it was, all human beings would experience exactly the same condition, likes and dislikes, ideas, concepts, view point etc. as we do but this is not the case.
However our primordial awareness, i.e. our innate nature out of which everything good or bad manifest depending on conditions, like the potentiality of the mirror reflecting images, remains unimpeded and is therefore not affected by its manifestations just as the mirror is unaffected by the reflections.
Being devoid of ‘self’ our primordial awareness, which is our mind at complete rest a universal condition of all living beings, is devoid of all defilements pertaining to the ‘self’. Hence our primordial awareness is devoid of
Defilements such as
hatred, anger, jealousy, self-cherishing attitudes etc.
The three poisons of
like, dislike and indifference.
The three times of
past, present and future.
The mark of self, others, living beings,
existence, non-existence, birth and death.
Coming or going.
When there is no coming or going, there is no birth, no death.
When there is no birth, no death, there is no present life, after life and life in between.
This is the end of suffering.
The stillness of our primordial awareness amidst the incessant manifestation and self-liberation of phenomena devoid of distraction, like the nature of the mirror reflecting images, is therefore our very innate nature which has been and will always be unlike the mind that succumbs to our habitual tendencies which has hitherto confine us in the dualistic world of suffering.
By virtue of the above, our dualistic condition arising out of our habits accumulated since time immemorial could only be eradicated by entering into the Great Samadhi of our Primordial Awareness where the truth is unveiled.