There are no conditions to fulfill.
There is nothing to be done, nothing to be given up.
Just look and remember, whatever you perceive is not you, nor yours.
It is there in the field of consciousness, but you are not the field and its contents, nor even the knower of the field.
It is your idea that you have to do things that entangles you in the results of your efforts - the motive, the desire, the failure to achieve, the sense of frustration - all this holds you back.
Simply look at whatever happens and know that you are beyond it.
~ Nisargadatta Maharaj ~
Sometimes this is so easy to remember and life just happens. But often all of those conditions, efforts, desires, and frustrations seem to attach themselves and make it so difficult to know that we are indeed beyond it all.
Nisargadetta gently brings us back again and again to this idea, beyond ideas. In the still point between breaths we can find it. In meditation, if we let go of preconceived notions and techniques, we can be there. Once we find it, we will always be able to return, like following the spokes of a wheel to reach the center.