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This morning, working with TSK exercise 9 (mind, body, thought, emotion interaction while attending to the observer/participant), I was wondering what it would feel like to really enter into the space between each of these recognizable facits of my experience. Then I wondered what it will be like to lose my body when I die. Will there still be something like a mind that thinks and feels emotions? Will there be an observer who can participate in whatever kind of experienc may survive the loss of my body?
I realize that I can’t affect what may replace my present embodiment, if anything does in fact arise, which might be comparible to my present experience. But I keep thinking that I would like to do whatever is possible now, to strengthen the possibility that I can leave here with some confidence that I have done what I am meant to do here.
- This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by Michael Gray.