In inquiry ...

Inquiry is not simply “thinking about” or conceptualizing. It belongs to the very intuitive part of our intellect. Understanding takes place when the experience or “being the experience” and intellectual insight, intuitively become one.
In inquiry, the understanding can not be reached - it must be revealed! Even so, we are not merely passive; in a very subtle and empathetic way, our intellectual sensitivity triggers the knowing to present itself. This is very significant, for it shows us how the mind-ego, from its layers of deep sensitivity, participates in the process of shifting to the dimension of the no-mind. ~Anadi