Yes, it seemed like it then but now looking back it seems like a dream. I have had several of these experiences before in my life where it felt like I was one with everything. Either with a "me" or without.So, from what you write, it looks as though there is at least SOME seeing through any 'real independent self'. Yes?
But that some things which happen cause some bodily reaction, which is then taken to be 'me'?
Yes, I think that my symptoms eg. stuffy nose, sneezing, itchy eyes, etc. changed my focus back into my body. That's the best way I can described it.
This sense of me must be a thought or concept. I can't see it, hear it, touch it l, taste it or smell it.In this what you call 'sense of me' what are the sensations (E)? Please describe them in detail. Are they really 'me', or are they accompanied by assumptions (T) that 'this must be me then' (or something similar to that)?
So is this 'apparent 'me' in actual experience (E) or is it only in thought (T)?
But it's still a strong feeling from my head and chest.
Let's see if we can actually find this 'me' anywhere in experience. Here's a little exercise to do. Do it slowly and paying attention carefully to all that seems to be going on. Stand up from your chair, walk five paces across the room. Then turn, take five paces back, and slowly sit down again. Notice all the sensations involved. Can you actually find a 'me-controller' in charge of any of that? Or did it just happen? Are any of the sensations 'me' or does 'me' have to be assumed/thought up?
Well my body did as instructed by my thoughts. There was no "me" controller. Just body and thoughts do no "me" needed.