You are aware only of your experience, things as they seem to you to be happening. If you watch this from your conditioned mind all these things appear to you to be real, even though in fact they have no basis whatever. In this situation reality may behave differently from what your mistaken perception leads you to expect. Your ignorance of the real situation and your desire for what is seems to be happening to conform to what you think should be happening is the source of mental tension.
However, when you watch from the unconditioned mind in full realization that none of these things that appear are real or have any real basis whatever, absolute reality appears to you empty of these. It is empty of the world as you think it is and of yourself as you believe yourself to be. It is empty of any separation or union between them. It is even empty of emptiness.
In this place there is complete calm because there is nothing real here that can disturb you.
There is total peace, absence of tension. There is no obstacle to happiness.
There is neither the conditioned nor the unconditioned mind nor even the absence of them.