There is no self, and there never is, but the felt center of self hasn't dissolved.
Please tell me more about this felt centre of self (which you have seen doesn't exist).
What is felt?
Where is it felt?
It is the feeling of attention being payed from a place in the head, that it is directed towards things out there. This tension is felt in the head, and labelled hiding place of the self.
From your previous answers: There is attention being payed, but is it a you paying attention?
The feeling (unlabelled at the moment) is felt, and attention being payed without a me doing it is noticed, and things out there are known to be labelled raw data of seeing happening.
To me, one thing is seeing no self, and another is becoming more clear about experience.
When I was watching selfless experience the first times the whole of experience was seen as seperate from what was seeing it, which was simply seeing what experience was. This was a glympse of what the nature of experience is. That experience is simply dreaming, and the seeing it as dreaming is seen. These moments were very euphoric, and I recall them having impact on the following weeks. Lasting effect. (No, there is no me who recalls, or me that sees, it's just language :D)
Sorry but I cannot quite understand this perhaps if you could fing another way of explaining your experience.
The experience which occured about four times gave me a visual representation of experience as dreamed happenings, totally indifferent to what was seeing it. Which now can only be explained in the form of concepts, and can only be recollected in the form of concepts. I found that in the next moment after the glymse had occured I recalled the analogy of "The mirror not being affected by what it reflects" to be a perfect image into that insight. The analogy is perfect, but it has left out the experiential part of it. It points to conciousness, but not what is knowing it.
Jackson Peterson said in one of his videos that experience and the knowing of it are the same, but I don't believe that.
Maybe that explains it haha :D It captures selflesness, but as a more formative experience. Is this what is referred to as nondual awareness?
If it helps you I can try and explain my expeience:
There is a sense of freedom, the realisation that 'my' fundamental relationship with whatever we are in has shifted. There is a background silence / stillness. Sufferreing has hugely reduced and anxiety which blighted my life ended at the gate. Experience consists of sensation and a stream of thought. I can still over identify with thought and stories can begin to run (I call this selfing) but when noticed they drop away. I am much happier and enjoy life more.
I greatly appreciate that you explain this :p I like that you call it "over identify" because you recognize that you're never truly identified, it's just a continuing story of concepts. When you get identified is it like completing a puzzle, or is it simply a looking at the totallity of experience and immediate recognition happens?
Experience becoming more clear again,