Ah, I have created this new post as a result of some Contemplative practice that began after a suggestion from Jackson Peterson concerning the nature of the Mind’s capacity at paying Attention … As in HOW it is possible to apparently induce a sudden cessation of the selfing-process (aka the egoic-self aka simply the “I”) eh ?
What follows is a 5 minute video  that aims to locate the sense of “I”  who most of us are fully identified with throughout our entire lives :
Now, Jackson’s point is to notice what happens when you place your Attention on the sense of “I Am” … it’s kind of like what I have said before about sensing the top of your head by turning your Attention around to “look within”  eh ?
Oh, but I’d say whether or not such Subjective Experiential Evidence (of the “I” AS an OBJECT to your Awareness) persuades you of the Reality of Nondual-Consciousness, surely it cannot be denied any longer that being so self-centered (or “I” focused) is MISSING the BIG PICTURE eh ?
 For the full video of Swami Sarvapriyananda please click here (the clip begins at around the 55 minute mark)
 Oh, for Greg Goode’s “experiment” please see his book Standing as Awareness [the Personal Identity dialogue]
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