LU is focused guiding for seeing there is no real, inherent 'self' - what do you understand by this?
There is no separate entity (me, person) there. The person is an idea or thought. We just believe we are the thought but we are not.
What are you looking for at LU?
I'm looking for liberation. I just want to stop this belief in "me" and be free of identification with the thought or the person.
Like somebody said: "I want to die before I die." And then live without suffering.
What do you expect from a guided conversation?
I expect that it would be flawless, easy, simple, direct and It should stop my belief in a thought (person). I expect someone who will guide me thru this investigation and realization of my true nature.
What is your experience in terms of spiritual practices, seeking and inquiry?
Starting seeking 38 ago with hatha yoga and had first experiences and insights. Practiced a few years TM meditation and Siddhi program. Then paused seeking for a few years and continued with Buddhist meditation Vipassana for 4 years doing 10 days silent retreats every 6 months. Vipassana helped me to realize that I don't want to meditate lives after lives to become enlightened. And I stopped to meditate about 8 years ago and find on the internet - Gangaji, advaita (nonduality) teacher, just to find her teacher Papaji whom I like very much and Mooji too. I also watched Youtube videos of other nonduality teachers like Tony Parsons, Rupert Spira, Lisa Cairns, Paul Hedderman, Jim Newman... and Nisargadatta Maharaj and I visited meetings of one local nonduality teacher. I've had many experiences and insights. Also I read your ebook Gatless Gatecrashers, and a bit of your forums arhives.
On a scale from 1 to 10, how willing are you to question any currently held beliefs about 'self?