Yes, that is a pretty good description. Your English is really good by the way, how did you learn it?The machinations of the false self can be seen, however it in itself cannot. So if e.g. "fear-based patterns" or something like that could be used, these and the thoughts and actions stemming from/included in them can be observed but there is not really any substantial entity actually "doing" it. It cannot be located anywhere nor directly experienced since it but dwells in thoughts and ideas, had by nobody.
This is a pretty good description to. It just is. I couldn't put it any better myself. I have a few questions...Directing awareness to awareness itself quickly gives this collapsing feeling to the mind and what goes on in it, the shift from self thinking and doing all it needs to do to keep itself seem alive and real, to awareness becoming aware of itself without any concepts about itself, and thus obviously with no physical properties or feelings associated with it. I'd say it more just is than does anything, also in terms of making decisions. I guess it just sits there observing for instance fingers moving over a keyboard writing these words. Attention is on what is imagined, thought or perceived, awareness bothers not with that. Perhaps we could say that there is an awareness of attention being directed somewhere.
Does anything that happens in awareness change it in any way when you look?
Is attention fundamentally different to awareness or just another aspect of it?
Is there separation between a sensation and the attention placed on it?
How is awareness separated from what is experienced?
Is there an edge or line to be found between the “awareness” and sensations or thoughts?
I suggest doing some experiments to look into this.
For example close your eyes and run your fingers along your forarm. Is there a you in this experience, is there a forearm and a finger, an experiencer and an experience. or is it all just one sensation. Touch sensing is happening. Close your eyes and listen to the sounds occurring. Is there a me hearing, is there a location out there or in here, or is there just the sound happening? Can you see a barrier between something making the sound and the awareness the sound is happening in. Are the thoughts attributing the sound and making judgements and stories about it actually happening in reality or are they being added to it?
I think from your responses you have experienced and understood so much already. Do you think you have seen through the "self" now or is there more work to be done?