The spiritual seeker is constantly dividing experience between good and bad, trying to determine in every moment which side he is on.
Becoming a spiritual person is very dangerous. The false self is like a shoe that never fits. Becoming spiritual is polishing that shoe and adding endless adornments.
The spiritual path is not about gaining but about losing. The more we have, the more we have to lose, the poorer we are.
All our possessions (including spiritual knowledge) are investments of, by, and in, the false identity.
What if true spirituality is nothing else but destruction?