Habitually thought add a me

Whatever is experienced without adding a personal subject is unspoiled and simply delightful.
Habitually, thought adds the me (personal subject) and the entire matter becomes a me-matter. That is what a contraction amounts to: a me-situation that is felt in the body, in the belly, in the chest, in the neck, behind the eyes.
It is unpleasant.

How surprising it is to notice that whatever is experienced without the personal reference is simply a delight!
First you need to notice the habitual me-reference and somehow don’t buy into it. The rest follows.

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