Ok, I should have been more precise. It "seems "that it is absolutely true as things in my day happen.Maybe you confuse "direct experience" with "feeling"?
The self is known.Truth can't be felt, it is known.
But it's not false because it controls this organism.For a part that could be true. It doesn't beat your heart or digests your food, but it probably has a huge impact on your social behavior. That is why it can be so liberating to see it as false. Then it can lose its grip. Gradually or immediately.
Some sort of thought-center maybe.You've seen that "I" only appears as a thought. That it is a pointer to a body-mind (a.k.a Ali) and not more than that. So what is still believed in? Some central processing unit? Even a computer has nowadays at least four of them and you got billions, they are called neurons (if you still believe in those). So what is this self that is still believed in?
No, that answer was from thinking.But you saw it. Maybe I should use the term “direct observation”, where “direct” means: without filtering by thinking.
I don't think so.Any other fears?
That answer was from logic.O, then who said: “I can't find a thinker that is not a thought.”
Because there is control of thoughts and this organism.Why not the body and feelings too?I am thoughts + control.
Or the rest of the world?
I don't think this will work, but I will try.Did you consider what I suggested about putting yourself in service of the environment? Or is that too radical an exercise? If you really want a change in your life, do it for 10 days. I believe in your case it is more powerful and efficient than this process.