OK. This is what you have to focus on. It doesn’t matter how often you can see no self when looking, if it still feels that I am the doer and things are happening to me.Yes, it feels like I am doing things and things are happening to me.
So you have to shift your investigation into your daily life. Look especially when it FEELS that I am the doer, I am the thinker, I am feeling this or that, and things are happening to me.
All right? Will you shift your inquiry into your daily life?
For today, let’s focus on the feeling of I am doing this or that. That I am the doer. There is a doer, and it’s me.
When you walk, pay close attention to what is making the body move.
Is there something or someone inside the body, like a central controller, which makes the body move?
Which decides by which leg take the first step?
And what lifts the leg?
Is there something orchestrating how to walk?
When having your dinner, observe how the hands move, how the next piece of food in chosen to eat.
What is lifting the arm?
Is there a central controller orchestrating how to eat?
And what is choosing the next piece of food to eat?
When washing your hands, how is it decided how to move the hands, in which order to move them, how long to wash them, whether to use soap or not?
When you turn you head left or right, what makes that movement happen?
And what decides to move the head at all?
Investigate even the smallest things that are happening, and notice if there is any doing at all, or everything is just happening on its own. Let me know what you find.