Is there an actual FEELING of looking through the eyes? Are you sure about this?
No, there is not a feeling of looking through the eyes. I can see that it is only a concept (for example if I look closely I sometimes see an image thought about 'looking through the eyes').
What is the experience of eyes in this very moment?
And what is the experience of ‘looking through the eyes’?
The experience of the eyes in this very moment is the sensation especially around the eyes, along with a little bit sensation of the eyelids and dryness in the eye.
In relation to the experience of looking through the eyes, I can only find three things: 1) the sensations in & around the eye, 2) the looking itself e.g. shapes and colours, and 3) thoughts about looking through the eyes.
If you put aside all learned knowledge about seeing and eyes, how do you know that looking and seeing happens through the eyes?
Putting aside all learned knowledge about seeing and eyes, I actually do not know that looking and seeing happens through the eyes.
Is there any experiential proof to this?
I have no experiential proof that looking and seeing happens through the eyes.