In the search for truth, the untrue becomes instantly and utterly irrelevant as soon as it’s conclusively disproven. That’s the extent of the interest we take in reality during the awakening process. Let the tourists stand around and gawk, we have serious business to attend to. No curiosity, no sightseeing, no wide-eyed incredulity, just toss the knowably false in the discard pile and keep moving toward the real goal.
If, once you’re well-established in the truth-realized state, you find yourself writing books about the whole process owing to your personal pattern, then the untruth of reality presents as a major and mandatory theme. How is it possible that reality is not real? It sure seems real, and yet, it’s knowably not.