Okay, I’ll try to keep to AE in my responses.
1) With eyes closed, can you confirm that what is experienced is simply AE of colour labelled ‘black’?
Yes, I experience the colour black.
2) Is there anything else in 'seeing' other than seeing ‘black’?
No, there is only seeing black
3) Can what is seeing ‘black’ found?
No, what is seeing black cannot be found.
4) Can a pair of eyes, an 'I' / 'me', a person be found that is ‘seeing’ ‘black’?
No eyes or seer of black can be found – when I look for one I don't find one.
What do you find?
Only 'black' /seeing black.
Is there anything that is witnessing the colour labelled ‘black’? Or ‘black’ just is?
I can't find anything witnesses the colour black. There is only black.
Look very carefully. Where does ‘seeing’ end and colour begin? Can a dividing line between ‘seeing’ and colour be found? Or is there just seeing/colour?
I looked for a dividing line between black and seeing and could not find one. There is just seeing/colour.
A seer can't be found in seeing. I am looking for one now. There is no seer, just seeing.
Can a 'see-er' ever be found in 'what is being seen' – AE colour?
If that is all, and no INHERENT SEE-ER found . . . would anything that is suggested as the see-er be anything other than a concept/idea/thought?
The seer doesn’t exist as anything other than an idea. The seer doesn’t exist.
Is there a difference between the ‘black’ when eyes are closed and ‘colour’ when eyes are open, or are they both simply the appearance of colour?
No difference. What is seen is also the appearance of colour.
Is there anything that is witnessing colour?
I cannot find anything witnessing the colour.
Is the ‘see-er’ actually separate from the seen, or is it all a singular experience?
There is no seer, so there is no separation. It is all a seamless singular experience.
Where does sensation end and the knowing of it begin? Can you find a dividing line between the sensation (the known) and the knowing of/as it?
Senation and knowing of it are one and the same. I can find no divide between them.
Look at whatever is in front of you. Is it seen from the perspective of two windows (eyes), or is it like a windscreen view? Now zoom back in and try to find the thing that’s seeing. Is there seeing separate from what’s seen, or is there just what’s seen? Is there any awareness separate from experience or is there just experience?
Yes, it is like a windscreen. Seeing is not separate from what is seen, there is only what is seen. Awareness and experience are one and the same, no divide. There is just experience.
What is the AE of the “brain”?
The AE of the brain is thought, because the brain doesn’t exist in actual experience.
Is there a boundary between the body and the clothing? If you ignore thoughts and images of body and clothing…what is the actual experience? Is it smell, thought, taste, colour, sound or sensation?
There is no boundary. The AE of clothes touching body is sensation.
Yes, words fail you because you are going with thought instead of LOOKING. You are trying to describe actual experience. Please LOOK again and tell me what the actual experience is.
Weight is a thought. It is not sensation. Weight is a label created from an idea of pressure. It’s a thought about a thought.
Is not ‘tingling’ a sensation which thought is labelling as ‘tingling’
Yes, it is sensation labelled as tingling.
Does the sensation itself suggest in any way that it is tingling?
No. It is sensation labelled with a word which attempts to describe the experience. It is sensation.
And where exactly is this awareness? For something to be awaring something points to separation. Is there such a thing as awareness in which things appear? Is awareness ever actually experienced, or is it just an idea, an abstraction? Does it actually exist?
Awareness is nowhere to be found. I see colour, experience sensations, etc, but there is no awareness in which it happens. It is a concept, an idea, an abstraction, as you say.
You have determined that the body is not known...so how can there be eyes that see?
Can you actually see 'your' eyes? Can you actually see your head? Or is it thought and mental images that suggest that there are eyes and a head?
I cannot see my eyes. I can’t see my head. Only thought says they are there. It is a figure of speech. An idea, not AE.
AE = sound, colour, smell, taste, sensation and the face value of thought. What is the AE of ‘tingling’?
AE of tingling is just sensation, with a label attached to attempt to convey the feeling. AE is sensation only.
Where is the ‘feeler’? Where does a sensation (the known) end and the knowing of it begin. Where is the boundary between what is known and the knowing of it?
There is no feeler. There is no boundary between sensation and knowing it. They are one and the same.
Hope that's better.