You said that there is a feeling of looking out from your eyes with a concept of it being me, who looks out of the eyes.V: OK. Just stay with this feeling.C: This feeling of looking out from my eyes is still there. I see that this sensation is not me but that I attach the concept of me to it.
Sit with this feeling, nothing special, a feeling like all the other feelings.
Sit for a moment with the feeling, purely as a feeling.
As it's a feeling, feel it. It has no name, nor needs one.
What happens when you just sit with this feeling behind the eyes, but without naming it or calling it anything?C: Sorry but I’m not really getting this pointer. I’m sure I’m doing it right but nothing really happens when I just sit with the feeling. I’ll try again tomorrow.
You say it’s a feeling or a sensation.
Now I’m asking you to FEEL this sensation, but without calling it “I am looking out of my eyes”.
Without naming it or labelling it being me, who is looking out of the eyes.
This is nothing else than a sensation, but you are believing that this is more than just a plain, everyday sensation. You believe that this sensation behind the eyes is YOU.
So I’m asking you to stop calling this sensation as me or I.
Just feel it, as a plain sensation, no different than the sensations of your feet.
What happens when you just sit with this feeling behind the eyes, but without naming it or calling it anything?
Is there any difference (any at all) between the sensations of your feet and the sensations behind the eyes?