Causality is an illusion because no where, at no time, can a beginning or an ending of anything be found. Not even that which is the cause of belief in causality, which is ignorance.
Form arises and dissolves into the formless. This is why things, forms, do not affect or effect, other things, forms.
Causality is a convenient concept for the human mind, for the sake of bringing order to its sense world. It sees object as if they are solid, affecting and effecting one another, when the only affect and effect that is experienced is the mind's attachment to form. It is attachment that is the cause of belief in causality; attachment to form is ignorance [you are that which you seek] therefore, as I stated above, ignorance is the cause of belief in causality. Can one find the beginning point and ending point, a visible cause of ignorance? No. Like every form, seen and unseen, ignorance appears and disappears; ignorance, as is every form, is as a stream or flow of consciousness, no more, no less.
Enlightenment of the mind is the discovery that you are eternal and infinite, without beginning, without ending. What is the role of reason? Necessity. You are caught in your illusion of time, distance, space and matter, believing that objects are affecting and effecting one another, you are caught in your belief a reason for "something" can be found, therefore, you must use what you have to discover what is real beyond your use of reason, which is the pure awareness of you. You reason cause until you reach the end of reason, which brings you to the end of your belief in cause.
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