Question: Does the inner negate the outer?

Q:  You remarked that the inner does not negate the outer, but is this true? Does not the inner annihilate the outer, wash away the existence of an individual “I” and leave only what is true?

A:  How could the inner negate the outer? The inner exists. But you have a fb page and a house. You cook and you eat. If the inner negated the outer, those things wouldn’t exist or be happening. The inner simply always IS and the outer is fleeting. Will you quit your job saying the job doesn’t really exist? Will you stop eating saying food doesn’t exist? Will you leave your house for good, saying the house doesn’t exist? And if you do all of those things, what are you wearing? What are you walking on? Then there’s the body…