Yes, well done.The body is here. I try to find the I, and i cannot find a solid entity. It is more like a feeling of "I-ness".
Can you notice how when you look you can't find a me and when you think you start having doubts?Is the body me? Well, the body may be a part of me. I certainly don't know any time where I did not have this body.
A explanation is always a interpretation of what is going on. Would you agree with what I'm saying?At least that is what occurs to me as an explanation.
You can see what is going on without overriding an interpretation over what you just saw.
Looking and seeing something is easy, you are already doing that all the time.
Try not to explain. Describe instead - tell me what do you see going on here now.
You are thinking about thoughts instead of looking to thoughts. Thoughts appear all the time. Look at them for a while. Is mind more than a useful concept? Do thoughts appear in a bundle or one at a time?Just like the "I", there is no solid entity I can point to and say it is the mind. There is a lot of analysis that goes on, which may be the mind, but the analysis is thoughts as well. So maybe the mind is a series of thoughts. but taking something as simple as cold medicine changes the way and extent of what i think, so I don't know. there may be a physical basis for the types and amount of thoughts I perceive.
Have a look around. Can you see/find this me to whom thoughts are supposed to be occurring? Is this me more than a thought?They are something that occur to me.