.One moment it is seen that what is is, and there is nothing else, at other times there seems to be a ‘me’ solidly there..
The key word you use is ‘seems’. Is this appearance believed or not? Does it point to a fact?
Does ‘seems’ equal ‘is’? We have looked for ‘me’ as the body, the experiencer, the thinker, the chooser etc. and we could not find it in the aliveness of what is, only in thought.
This working through of learned patterns and conditioning can take some time, Jadoo, ultimately a life time. When this process is complete, we have a couple of support groups which can help you with this.
The question I would ask you is when you say ‘there seems to be a ‘me’, is that sense pointing to a reality?
From time to time, it also seems that there is a Fred here, but it is no longer believed in.
To have seen through the illusion of self does not mean that the idea of self never pops up again, it does. Less and less maybe, but it does. So I would ask you: Have you SEEN through the illusion of self?
Answer the six questions if your answer to this is a YES.
If not, show me where that separate self is and we will take another look together.