No seeking: You're seeking the only thing that you can't acquire.
Seeker: What might that be? I could imagine everything to be easily acquired if I had enough money.
No seeking: You can acquire everything but you.
Seeker: I guess that's why I'm seeking. To know myself. To find myself.
No seeking: You already have yourself. It came as a gift. I'm not talking about the body but about what you are. That what you are came effortlessly, and for free. It's just there.
Seeker: Why can't I see it?
No seeking: You're looking as a someone in need of finding something.
Seeker: Okay, I know I'm not the body, not the mind, and not even any person playing a role.
No seeking: You're playing the role that's called 'spiritual seeker'.
Seeker: How can I drop it?
No seeking: Is it true that there's a need to find out what you are?
Seeker: It's just happening. I can't help myself.
No seeking: You don't need to help yourself. You're complete. Seeking is happening. The rest is illusion. What you're seeking is non-existent, never ever. The sense of being a seeker is real but the seeker can't be found. It's just a role that came with the idea of having to seek.