Yes, your replies are purely speculations.Once again, I know all this "seeming" is speculation. I'm finding it really hard to be clear on what is happening. This is bringing up some resistance in the chest region again. Which is interesting, I'm not sure why observing where thoughts take place would cause resistance.
With speculations you cannot get anywhere. It’s a dead-end.
You have to actually LOOK what is happening in experience, and not just write what you THINK is happening. We need experiential facts, and not your thoughts or opinions. Is this clear?
It doesn’t matter whether you say that thoughts are inside or around the head, both are just ASSUMPTIONS, speculations, not experiential facts.V: Are you saying when you become aware of thoughts you can LITERALLY SEE them being around the head?
Are you 100% sure about this?A: Sorry, I was perhaps a bit unclear with my choice of prepositions. I don't mean outside my physical head, everything is internal.
HOW do you know that thoughts are inside the head? Just because you THINK so?No, but within the head is where I become aware of them.
Activity? What kind of activity? You mean sensations? Then what?Yes, I can. I'm not 100% sure. There "seems" (again) to be activity in the head closest to the eyes and the ears, but I'm not convinced I'm not just tricking myself
What does the presence of sensation in the eyes and ears have to do with thoughts?
Just because there is a sensation present in the ears, does it mean that thoughts are known by the ears? Can you see that this is just speculation?Sorry, not by the physical ears in the way I'd hear a physical sound, but there "seems" (still not 100% convinced) to be a connection. But if I'm recalling a song or conversation, there is a sensation in the ears. Same if I'm talking to myself, I become aware of the throat.
There are sensations in the ears. Then what?
Just because the sensation of ear and thoughts are present at the same time, does this mean that thoughts are known by that sensation?
Can a sensation know anything?
HOW do you know that visual thoughts stimulate the sensations around the eyes?Like the ears, I'm not hallucinating visual information. Just that visual thought "seem" to stimulate something in the front of my head closest to my eyes.
Have you actually OBSERVED while thoughts are performed the act of stimulating sensations around the eyes?
Or you just making a thought conclusion, that just because there are both present (visual thought + sensation of eyes) then the visual thought must be the one that is making/stimulating the sensation to appear?
Brain? What brain? You are not looking. You are just writing down your beliefs.They're not heard by the ears like sounds, but they "seem" to be attracted? to that part of the brain associated with hearing.
Can a brain be felt or experienced in any way?
Or is this just another thought speculation accepted as truth?
Again, you are not looking at all. You are just fantasizing. Thinking.They're not seen by the eyes like sight, but connected with that part of the brain associated with vision.