"Experiences are not an end in itself "
Certainly. What is needed is not experience, because the mind is capable of as many deceptions as possible, it’s ways are almost inexhaustible.
“This is dangerous in a way for not letting the native to broaden his understanding…he remains sticking to his conclusions out of these experience because he thinks what he experieces is final and fool proof in all respect.”
Yes, with enlightenment, there is a certain finality without a doubt.
“With respect to post 186 you’re mislead in taking body as an expression of the true nature”
There is nothing in existence which is not an expression of the divine. Everything in existence is one and the same energy manifesting itself in countless different forms. The forms may be different, but at the root, everything is none other than the same original nature. Water may become ice, ice may become water, water may become gas - they appear to be different to the senses, but it is the same energy. The same is the case with a rock, a tree, a bird, or a human being. Yes, the body arises out of the same source of existence and is a reflection of it in the same way that all forms are reflections from one Great Mirror.
“for if body is an expression of our true nature then it means that the soul is limited somehow because a limited thing can only express limited things but which is not the case rather the true nature or soul is not limited in any sense.”
Even that which is “limited” is eternal. The eternal is the limited, the limited is the eternal - if you make any distinction between the two, then you have missed the essential matter. In the Upanishads there are two statements which are of great significance. One is “aham brahmasmi”. It means “I am Brahman”. The other is “sarvam brahmasmi”. It means “Everything is Brahman”. In Zen, it has also been said, “Emptiness is form, form is Emptiness”. If one wants to at least superficially understand it, then one should contemplate on their meaning.
“unless you do not broaden your horizon in which knowledge plays an important part…”
Knowledge to me is just a tool and nothing more, it is not a substitute for Truth. Yes it is an important part of the process, but knowledge should be approached as a useful instrument and nothing more. Existence is not something that can be understood through the boundaries of one’s intellect, it is well beyond that.