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2 Q's: How often & verbalizing

I am keen to give this method a proper try. I have two questions that would help me to get started:

(1) What is an ideal frequency for looking inward at what it feels like to be me, i.e. how often, 3 times a day, once a week etc? I know that everyone is different, but I want to have at least a starting point for frequency.

(2) When I am looking inward should I verbalize the task, i.e. actually express the question in thought "What does if feel like to be me?" or should I attempt to locate the sensation without verbalizing the task?

Thanks.

One look is enough, but that first look can trigger repetition over time. My advice is that you look whenever it naturally occurs to you to do so.

Approaching the looking as a verbalized question can only cause trouble. Best to just look for the feeling. You can't fail, no matter how it seems.

The sensation you are looking for is extremely faint and subtle, but it is after all only you.

Please let me know if you get confused. This is much simpler than you can imagine.

John

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I am keen to give this method a proper try. I have two questions that would help me to get started:

(1) What is an ideal frequency for looking inward at what it feels like to be me, i.e. how often, 3 times a day, once a week etc? I know that everyone is different, but I want to have at least a starting point for frequency.

(2) When I am looking inward should I verbalize the task, i.e. actually express the question in thought "What does if feel like to be me?" or should I attempt to locate the sensation without verbalizing the task?

Thanks.

Getting started - 2 Q's

Many thanks John.

 

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