Hey! it is exciting yeah.
I will watch the 6. video on dropbox today and write what I feel.
Well yesterday after watching this video on youtube,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftcr-V6 ... lWholeness
I got it: reality cannot be "known". It was a radical epiphany.
I wrote some of the insights after the epiphany, here it is,
What is knowing?
Knowing is having some information about something that resides “outside” of the “observer”.
Can reality be known?
Knowledge requires a separation between external/internal, subject/object, and there is no such separation.
Isn’t knowledge possible within Reality (i.e. direct experience)?
But mathematical or physical “knowledge” about things is possible?
They are deductions based on sensations/happenings.
Scientific knowledge takes place “within” the existence-world. What is called knowledge is an informational-happening, yet it doesn’t happen to “anybody” outside of existence. Knowing is an interactional diffusion among parts “within” existence. There is no outside agent that “knows” maths or physics. Information-bearing happens “immanently”
in the existence.
In other words, maths or physics are forms of communication. Between what? Internal? External? There is no question of external communication. Because there is no external. In fact there is no internal either. It is just communication, without any (external) knower(s).
Does existence or Life know itself?
No. Existence cannot (be) know(n) because existence is not separate from existence. Existence does not know "itself".
Life cannot be known, because Life is not separate from Life. Life does not know itself. There is no "it"self. No self.
The idea of the self “exists” in the realm of Thought.
Is self-knowledge possible?
No. Awareness (of the character’s sensations) is possible yet no (self)-knowledge is ever possible (in DE).
Is there a difference between awareness (looking) and knowing (thinking)?
Awareness is in the realm of DE, knowing is in the realm of memory.
Is the character an illusion?
The character is real, while “knowledge” about the character is memory-induced illusion.
Don’t sensations provide us self-knowledge?
Sensation-feeling is not self-knowledge. Life unfolds without any self-knowledge. Sensations cannot be "known". They just happen "in the moment".
Awareness exists in Reality, while knowledge does not (it's only part of the memory).
Can the character be known (as a self)?
Well the character exists in Reality, but it cannot be known. The character experiences some sensations, feelings, thoughts; and yet these cannot be (externally) known; they just happen in the moment.
We can say that there is no transcendental
(external) knowing(ness), there are only immanent
And the Immanent happenings are called "the Reality".