I feel like operating from a place of truth will be easier or life will be easier to navigate than operating from a place of ignorance or not knowing. I think seeing truthfully is in a way the next step of my life or personal development but maybe that's misguided.
What if life becomes more difficult? That was, to say the least, part of my experience; as it forces
you to face issues that is revealed by that realization.
And what if there are no "next step" or "personal development" at all?
Would you still want to know truth?
It happens pretty much every time I look closely at my experience. I can see faint translucent shapes moving around, it's all very light,blurry and fast. When it's noticed there feels like a widening of visual perspective and my peripheral vision engages a bit more and the focusing of vision relaxes a bit. The observation of it brings out a curiosity of what it is which maybe leads to thinking about what it could be.
Ok, please appreciate the experience and say goodbye to it; however great an experience, it's
a mere memory when remembered. We are not dealing with memory, but what is present ... things
that are here in thins moment. Nothing else.
As to who's observing if I think about it it feels like I'm observing it but there's not a lot of processing there so if I don't think about it when it's happening it's kinda of just being observed but there is a bit of feeling of it being part of my mental processes since it's also there if I close my eyes so it doesn''t feel like it's part of the world but something else. But I guess that comes when I think about it not before the just oberserving.
Could you condense that into a short sentence?
Who is the one that feels it?