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YesWould you agree that this is the same for all the senses?
YesNo hearer, no smeller, no taster, no seer?
NoCan you find a 'me' at all behind these perceptions?
Who - what - consciousness experiencing life / this / nowWho is having them?
YesOr are these perceptions just happening?
There is no meWhat is the further implication of this? Just ponder it, effortlessly, without getting a headache, just let this idea fill you and reflect on it.
Why when I see this for a moment is it not the earth shattering aha that might accompany this realising? How can I see and not see?Does anything else come up?
'Claimed' is a good description of what 'me' does - always voraciously searching to exist and matter, and do key & important things, be integral.Yet all your thoughts are about this 'me' and all perceptions are claimed by this me, would you agree? Claimed by a 'me' that is nowhere to be found?
It feels more pure and true because I have taken the 'me' out of it. There is no concept of 'me' muddying the direct experience.Can you tell me why the second is more pure, more true to you? Describe what happens when you do it. Look deeper and find out why it feels like that and report back please!