Man throughout the ages has sought something sacred, something that is not corrupted by time, by all the travails of thought; he has sought it, longed for it, sacrificed, tortured himself physically, fasted for weeks, but he has not found it.
So somebody comes along and says, ‘I’ll show it to you, I’ll help you.’
Then you are lost.
But when you, yourself, ask if there is something profoundly mysterious, sacred, the mystery exists only as a concept, but if you uncover it, it is no longer a mystery.
Truth isn’t a mystery, it is something far beyond all concept of mystery.