In our lives, it can feel like we are on a quest for greater and greater meaning. When the ultimate absolute truth is meaningless. But not in the nihilistic sense. Nihilism is the judgment of meaninglessness as bad. However, from my experience of enlightenment/awakening, there is a kind of joy and innocence that comes from a meaningless existence.
We create meaning to survive. It is a tool of creation and separation. In a sense, God/Source is using the human experience to have fun creating meaning. There is no inherent meaning to anything. And this leaves everything wide open for you to create any meaning you want. This you can take to the full extent of destroying the world in your head and coming face to face with the light that is here all ways.
We have no idea how much pain and suffering we cause from all the meaning we create in our lives. We are afraid to change what things mean for us. We are afraid to question words and question that language itself is groundless and doesn’t mean much. We are afraid to question meaning and to let all our nice fancy ideas die.
So, spirituality doesn’t mean very much. That is why I can say it is the most meaningful thing to me. It points to something that has no words. It points to an experience of God/Source/Spirit/Soul whatever you call it.
I do distinguish spirituality from spiritual practice. Which to me can mean things like meditation, contemplation, and so forth that can lead you to an experience of the Spirit.
So, be careful with the meaning you create. Be careful when you think about my teachings. Make sure you don’t make too many assumptions about who I am and what I am doing. I am always bound to change since there is no limit to me and nothing I cling to.