No matter what experience comes, the undeniable fact remains that you are here and aware of it. It's very existence isn't absolute - it's existence depends on your being aware - your presence, which really is the same thing.
In spirituality we are focused on the experiences, reaching or achieving a special state, some rare experience. To achieve this goal we feel we must manipulate the world, the body or mind. This common belief is exactly the wrong direction.
THAT you are here and aware is the realization. So-called liberation isn't getting something new. It's a seeing-through of the very idea of the individual - that individual is itself bondage, limitation. It's noticing that the individual or sense of individual self is an idea, a thought, a story, a feeling, an objective experience.
You remain, as always, present and aware - aware of that experience - that experience of limited self. The experienc-er is limitless, because it isn't definable. It has no structure, no image, no quality other than it is obviously whole, complete and perfect already. It requires no manipulation. It is not in need of improvement to reach some pie-in-the-sky state of enlightenment.
That aware presence or presence-awareness IS itself the enlightenment which is sought after. And it's discovery isn't in the pursuit - it's found in the absence of pursuit or seeking.
It's found in the absence of the SEEKER. In fact, it's already here. Enlightenment isn't in need of finding. Looking for it creates the seeker.
And even that is perfect.