Problems don’t exist in this state for the simple reason that nothing is considered a threat. There remains no compulsion to pursue pleasure. When pursuit of pleasure ends unhappiness and happiness also end. There are various life situations and you deal with them with equanimity and poise but they’re not perceived as problems.
By a problem I mean something which is considered as intolerable. Something which calls for unease and struggle. When problems disappear it’s because of two reasons: the desires which were conducive to the survival of organism(up to an extent because obsessive attachment to it is entirely absent) get easily fulfilled and the desires which were superficial, auxiliary or destructive don’t harass you anymore. When these two types of desires are absent you don’t create any Karma despite being active. Now, it must be understood that ease of doing is about proper action without attachment or reactions and not about literal easy-going attitude in all matters of life. For example–cleaning dirty utensils or clothes using your hands needs a certain amount of pressure or rubbing. That skirmish is the part of the process and doesn’t mean you’re really struggling. Engaging in physical struggle or wrestling as a sport needs you to be harsh but it need not create reactions. Many hours of adventurous sports might not be called struggle if done right but even two minutes of altercation is enough to create tension and karmic reactions which would last for many days.
Natural state in the first few days might look like a vibrational field which deletes reactions and tendencies for reactions; when in full-swing it’s Sahaja Samadhi which doesn’t let any reactions get created. The squelching of reactions is simultaneous and without any delays. Out-of-sight-out-of-mind literally becomes true. When things are within your attention field they are dealt with properly but when they’re not they’re easily forgotten. Compare this with the youngest children who have a great curiosity and grow great fondness for certain objects but as soon as another thing holds their attention, quite dramatically, they tend to forget all about the previous objects.
Fear is the result of duality. No matter how often you keep repeating the intellectual truth about unity of all things there will be irrational fear until there’s thought. In fact, bemused worldly mind might be less fearful than the mind of an existential philosopher who believes in non-duality. But in the natural state the cancellation of thoughts and reactions means an organism which is free from fear except for some of it needed as an agent for healthy functioning. Awareness of things which lead to harmony and avoiding things which disturb peace is known as discrimination. Discrimination is more of the clear insight into the heart of things but might seem to be using functional fear. This residual fear is needed for the survival of the organism so that it might carry out things it was destined for but this is very different from the existential nightmare. Thus natural state is free from strife, fear, desire and problems.