HOW are these "feelings of I" perceived exactly?
The feeling of I appears, as a feeling. When the focus is placed on the laptop, there appears a feeling within the body that creates the illusion of there being something here that looks out onto the laptop.
Am not sure this explanation makes sense, though the feeling of I as found, is always just a sensation that often gives the idea that there are two things. As in for example an experience happening and someone experiencing the experience.
Often it is also just a general feeling of I. That when investigated is found to be composed of many little sensations, which when investigated in turn, are found to be just sensations.
When not looking, when this is all forgotten what tends to happen is that the fact that this body and these thoughts are just another experience is forgotten.
By who or what are they believed?
Nothing to believe them. All that is, is that they are taken to be true. The idea that I am this body and these thoughts.
Can the process (whole bunch of feelings tied to this) be observed. I mean literally - from the begining till the end?'
I don't know if it is a process. What I meant is that when I write there are all these feelings and sensations. The physical feelings of my body, the thoughts that show up emotions like excitement, nervousness in regards to things that may or may not happen.
All of these appear. And now as they are all looked at, they are clearly all experience.
Though sometimes it is not noticed that they are not me.
How is this process happen? As an image? As a colour?
Or as an imagination?
I do not know what you are trying to point at here. Am not sure what process you are indicating.
What is not just a happening?
Nothing. Though this is something that is understood intellectually not experientially.
Who or what needs to understand?
No one. Just a desire for understanding. No one that needs to understand.
Overall now I can easily find the place where all is experience. Though most of the time am not there, and all just proceeds as it always did.
And is there anything else I need to look for within the realization that all is experience?
All the best,