I'd say sensation is a fleeting thing, open to interpretation, part of experience. Experience is what is happening regardless of interpretation by thoughts. In this case, it must be experience since I don't experience anything out of the ordinary. When people talk about no longer feeling separate, I assume it's their experience, not interpretation of it.
Well, this seems, even logic wise, very very very incomplete and flawed.
(all thoughts are more or less flawed anyway :p). If you stab a pin in your hand, is that pain itself,
that sensation, an interpretation? Would you say that the pain won't happen if you can't think?
Then, what about babies?
Would you, also, say that experience is something out of ordinary?
If you drink water, isn't it an experience of drinking water?
What about "no longer feeling separate"? Isn't it an interpretation also?
It's not the reason why I'm here.
I may be misunderstanding you; so you are not here to realize that there is nothing like
a concrete an lasting entity called "self," separate from everything else?
My idea is that since everything happens and is created inside us anyway,
there's "true seeing" that it is indeed the case.
Sorry, but this didn't make sense at all.
Does it make sense to you?
[quoteThere is only one human that is exactly like me, so I'm not only separate from everything and everyone, I'm also different from everything and everyone.[/quote]
This again sounds very much flawed logic wise.
Do you mean, if you are different from everything else, you are always separate from everything else?
And if you are exactly the same as someone else, you are not separate, always?
Are your feet separate from your hands?