I am the listener of thought, so therefore I can choose to listen internally or externally, to thoughts or ambience. But...can I remove the listener and become the sound of the wind?
Well and of course then I could ask myself the question, who is observing all of this activity.
So, do I need to focus on listening? and then will i ultimately just blend into the listening as Listening? Im sitting here typing and listening to Jazz. If i stop and listen, it still feels like "I" am listening.
Who is "I", ...def the source of self-ness within "me". I know my "I" is contantly trying to claim ownership of everything. I dont really have an answer tho for what arises as I. Lots of activity right now at work tho, plan to find some silence shortly and will re-examin this.
I just want to sit here, and not be sitting as someone sitting...
Truth isnt particular, and I know this. And mystical to me doesnt neccessarily imply feeling good, just a CHANGE in perspective.
The clear path is this: I can step back enough in my awareness to be before thoughts and to be alone with my perceptions. I just want to remove the one who is aware of these perceptions, and just perceive.
In your orignal post, you brought a discussion to me that the "listener" may just be created by thought during the interpreting of the experience. Please elaborate on this.
Thank you for your passion in this area.
idomebutami wrote:So i took a few days to really examine this "i"dea. When i place my attention soley on my "I" i find that there is nothing there, i also find that there is a subtle expansion.
...I am the "I" that I am always searching for. I guess just sometimes the information that i purchase from my "person" makes me feel that i have YET to achieve something...?
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