Well here goes, let's see what happens.
1) Is there a separate entity 'self', 'me' 'I', at all, anywhere, in any way, shape or form? Was there ever?
It used to really seem as though there was a separate self - now much less so.
2) Explain in detail what the illusion of separate self is, when it starts and how it works from your own experience. Describe it fully as you see it now.
It is a program running in the mind that claims to be in charge and largely in control of life's events. It is coded to become forceful and significant when it feels under threat.
Now it feels like it's lost control and I feel alternately amused by it when it stamps it foot and sad for it when it slinks away, defeated by my amusement.
3) How does it feel to see this? What is the difference from before you started this dialogue? Please report from the past few days.
I feel strong, now that I realise that I don't need a self to rise up and defend me. Life is just fine as it is and there is more contentment and peace without the niggling Gollum mithering away. There is still the voice in the head but it's much easier to ignore it.
4) What was the last bit that pushed you over, made you look?
There was no one last thing this time, just a gradual washing away of the ego. This process is ongoing and incomplete.
5) What makes things happen? How does it work?
I don't know, but there's less curiosity about the mechanics of it as there was. It just works.
Describe decision & give examples from experience.
A decision is made and the remnants of self sometimes lays claim to that decision.
Describe intention & give examples from experience.
Things happen and the remnants of self sometimes claims prior intent about them.
Describe free will & give examples from experience.
Describe choice & give examples from experience.
Describe control & give examples from experience.
There is no free will, choice or control and yet the remnants of self sometimes lays claim to them.
What are you responsible for? Give examples from experience.
I'm not sure that I'm responsible for anything, yet I find myself taking responsibility for things.
I think that's because I don't care any more about taking blame and it's so much simpler than trying to prove that I'm not at fault.
6) Anything to add?
I'd like to repeat my continuing gratitude for your patience with such a difficult and intractable client.
You have helped me a great deal.
Much credit for any progress also goes to others around me in my non-duality meetings and to teachers in books and on Youtube. Life is really coming together as I wave goodbye to the self. (N.B. It keeps coming back for one last hug)
For the joy of it all