Let knowing go and be not-knowing. By not holding onto anything, by keeping the mind in its unborn state, liberated from all "thoughts" and cravings, one secures the essential mystery in the no-place where it has always been, and by so sheltering the mystery in a limitless state of no-thought and no-mind one will pass effortlessly through every "stage" and finally attain perfect sambodhi. "Everything perishes as soon as it arises." The Buddha is the absolute now, flashing like an infinitely sharp sword. Mind Itself is the only Dharma.