sensations are here, right. Undeniably so. But there is no sensation “micha”. There are sensations that words like foot, eye, finger point to, but label micha points to nothing in actuality. Can you see that? So yes, word micha points to concepts. Not to reality. To check this in your experience, find the concrete sensation that word micha points to, what do you get?The words Micha and body point to concepts. What I meant to say is that if I look closer at what Micha/the body really is, then I end up with sensations and thoughts which I label as Micha/the body. These sensations and thoughts are really there right? They are reality.
Yes, sensations are here, sounds, colours, smells are experienced. This has nothing to do with a person called micha.
See, we have a story about batman, and in the story he has particular skills and preferences, likes dislikes and behaviour. But is batman an entity in charge of what is happening in the story about batman? Is he driving the story? And where is batman without the story about him? How is micha different from batman? Does micha make like happen?
Yes, both micha and ilona are concepts, useful in communicating about concepts, but are you a concept?
There is as sense of being. There is sense of experiencing. There is sense of thinking. Is being here without any labels?
send me your observations :)