Many spiritual traditions teach that the enlightened no longer ask questions or require answers, however, they could not be further from the truth. Both questions and answers abound for the enlightened, but they have honed their ability to ask their own questions, instead of the questions installed onto them through childhood experiences and societal conditioning.
It is the directional flow and pattern of the questions and answers that is the main difference, for when a master asks a question, they go inside their Self for their answers, while pre-installed questions gained from social conditioning point the seeker outside their Self for solutions. Questions still exist for the enlightened, they just find their answers within; anybody who has ceased to ask questions has only mastered the art of disassociation.
~Nathan Martin & Aline Van Meer