When you sayI do not know what is meant with this question.
I asked does this statement match the immediate experience? In other words - can you find something called “my awareness?” in your imediate, direct experience?And I do not know if something can exist outside of my awareness of it
If yes, where exactly?
Good. Could the experience of eating an apple be just an experience of a taste?No, I do not find the direct actual experience of awareness as I find the direct actual experience of eating an apple or seeing the sky.
And the experience of seeing the sky just an experience of an image?
Confusion is a good sign. This means that some beliefs are shaken.To be honest Luchana I find myself confused, as you just asked in your previous message "Is there a thought without perceiving?" referring directly to what I would call awareness.
Is there a thought without perceiving in other words are they separate?
You really have to look.
The question doesn't suggest awareness.
The questions point where to look.
LookAnd now in these questions seem to suggest that this awareness is itself just a concept.
Can you find something called awareness?
Out of the thought about awareness?
Awareness could be a useful tool in the beginning, but when you don’t need this tool you can easily leave it.
Look with the eyes of a new born baby. The baby doesn’t know that this is a sky or that is an apple. It doesn’t know that it needs awareness in order to experience reality for what it is.
Yes, all that is known is experience, perception. Though it is known! Right? There is experiencing, there is perceiving. Is there experience without perceiving it? Can they be separated?
Is there a separate perceiver somewhere perceiving the experience?
Or there is just an experience.
Who or what needs knowing?What about the knowing? Is there known without knowing? There cannot be.
I understand, it is all good. Keep looking.I will keep looking. Though am a bit confused.