That's interesting. Maybe there's an idea about doing something, making something happen, and other ideas about 'I' (will or did) do (and so on and so forth)?
I find a lot of my thoughts are this way. Always finding planning, trying to solve a problem, thinking about what to do next, what I need to do, etc. All based on an "I" that can't be found.
Great Allen. Keep looking into this area of how things happen. 'Intention' and 'free will' are also interesting to investigate. 'Descisions' too.
The one who can have intention, free will, and make decisions can't be found in my physical location so these things don't really apply.
However, this answer feels more like an intellectual understanding to me. I can only come to this answer when I try to find the "I" or "me". At other times it seems like my thoughts are free to make and think about choices. Free to think any thoughts. Until I try to find the thinker.
Sometimes I think it's difficult for me to notice or look into thoughts. Either I'm not paying attention and lost in thought or I'm sitting there watching thoughts and not a whole lot comes. It's almost like I have to do something very deliberate, like consciously thinking about a choice I have to make, analyze it and then make the choice while trying to find the thinker/decision maker at the same time. Is it OK to look in this way? Would you have any tips for me?