Is the wave part of the ocean or just ocean?
Are there different symphonies or just one?
The wave is ocean. It is all one symphony. There seems to be different parts, millions and trillions of them all happening all together, and apart. But this is how thought interprets this symphony. When instead, it appears as one, perfect clockwork symphony. And right now there are thoughts that if there were a me, it would be proud to have a part in this.
The wave is ocean. There is no separation. Wave is a label that is given to describe the form it takes, which invokes thoughts of it looking different than the ocean. Even though it is so easy to see that there is no separation between wave and ocean, we sometimes forget this because of the power of labeling (giving names). There is some kind of imaginary veil put over this fact that wave=ocean, and we tend to separate it into its own separate entity. When it is simply a movement of the ocean, playing its part perfectly in this beautiful symphony.
Look out for expectations, there might be some. Are there? And if which ones?
There are definitely expectations, even though I pretended in that sentence that I hold none. I meant it more as a hopeful wish that in future inquiries, I do it without the expectation of feeling as one, as I have failed to do with no expectations previously. Even this hopeful wish that I will no longer hold expectations is an expectation in itself.
And yes, there is expectation of hoping to feel the oneness, because "I" just want to feel it so bad. It has just occurred to me that if there is only oneness, there's no such thing as feeling it, because that would imply that anything else can be felt. So there are expectations of feeling oneness as feeling good or something. I don't know what the hell it feels like, if anything, and that's probably why I'm missing it. Of course there is also no I, only thoughts, and thoughts can't do anything, like feel. There can only be thoughts of feeling oneness.
Then close your eyes and see if there is a line between you and out there, between you and life itself. If yes, where is the boundary?
I will need to sit with this a few times or so and really look for this boundary. Honestly that sounds like a great self inquiry method! I am going through a very busy, and hectic time right now with my business and at home, so I have to really have some time to sit and search for this boundary, and time is extra time fleeting at the moment. I can't wait to try this though. My answer for now is still that it seems that this feeling of me does not go past the eyelids.
Is there an inside and an outside of Life?
If anything, there is only an inside. And even that's just a label of something I can't understand. Everything that appears to be "outside", is a thought of reality to this "me". Each of these thoughts are also "me-thoughts", because they are thoughts about how these outside things apply to me, the inside. But without an outside, there is no inside. So the answer is that there is just Life.
Is there something which is not included in the movement of the whole?
No it is all one movement, one symphony. I see this, yet its easily forgotten (or something).
Is there a witness that is watching life happening from a distance?
No, there can not be. And even if there were, it would still be a part of the symphony. Therefore, the symphony can not be watched, the symphony just… IS!
Is witnessing part of the one movement too?
Oops I already answered this one… how cool is that?
Is there anything which is not just happening?
Considering if there is anything happening at all, that's all it is doing- just happening. Everything. Together. Perfectly.