I was just rereading our conversation and your answers to the six questions. Thanks for your great answers.
I have a couple of questions to ask just now, which return to things we discussed before about thoughts and the body.
A few pages back you said
The body appears to be associated with thoughts but are all thoughts 'experienced inside the body'?
Thoughts are experienced inside the body, because they are subjective.
Where there is 'subjective' there must be 'objective'. Would it be fair to say that thoughts that appear to be 'inside the body' like sensations, in experience, have no real begining or end?
Close your eyes and imagine the universe. The sun, planets, then vastly distant stars, our galaxy, interstellar space, millions of other huge galaxies. Can you say that this thought is either 'in' the body or 'not in' the body?
Let me know.