NiceOwner of the experience has been created by mind and conditioning. In quietude, there is no owner of the experience, experience is happening
Yes, so has been my observations and thinking too.Body creates an image of inside and outside. But once eyes are closed and it is asked can an inside and outside be distinguished. Nothing is experienced in such a scenario, thus it seems that inside and outside are part of same experience.
Nice realisation. What exactly do you mean by Tushar/this person here?Mind creates a person. Last night I was tired and when I went to sleep I had this strong realisation that this person- 'Tushar' was not there at all in sleep, but experience still happened. Thus it seems that 'I am' even if person is there or not.
To be honest there is still a question, that there must be some 'entity' to whom this experience is. Because you and I both are experiencing, but your experience and my experience would be different. Having said that, somehow, it doesn't matter whether an answer to this question is found or not.
Would this 'entity' have a form or location?
Well this haven't been my own direct insights, and I don't want to write it as if it is, so; It is said that what you call your and mine experience are just crystallisations/individuations/focal points of the same One/Being/Source/God/Mind
- see answer above. Also, how would you know there is an 'each of us'? Could the question perhaps also be 'why are there numerous experiences?'?. And that answer I don't know, only what I've heard which is along the lines of 'because God wants to explore/experience itself in all its different manifestations'.It brings the attention back to the silence. If only experience is happening and there is no interpretation by the mind then all of us are just experiencing. Few question comes:-
Why each one of us will have a different unique experience?
A fear comes will I become passive if I immerse in this experience, when the time comes to act will I act or not? Should I act or not?
All the life that I lived till now didn't make a difference?
- In my experience, the less self there is, the more openness and joy and aliveness. Don't worry about if you will act when you need to. Things seem to work just fine, so has been my experience anyway. If you look for the controller of actions and thought, what do you find? How have all actions and thoughts happened or come about?
- Did your life make a difference or not.. How to answer, it depends on how you look at it? Does it feel you are losing/lost something 'valuable'? If this is so, this is a quite normal thing for you to experience. That is okay, don't worry, consider it a predecessor for more freedom, clarity and joy.
What is your perspective on the self/person now and how do you feel about that?