|"It's mine, all mine!" ...|
|"Experience is simply evidence that I am here." ...|
Yes, in colloquial English I do say "myself" when referring to who I am.
However in these Conversations For Transformation, there's simply not enough ownership of a critical distinction, in "myself". Check these out (ie speak them): "be ... my ... Self ..." simply works better than "be myself".
Actually "be ... the ... Self ..." may work best of all. Even the ancient sages, rishis, and mystics knew there's actually no individuation of the Self - but that's a subject for another conversation on another occasion.
As I've articulated them in this essay, "myself" ie my
(small ess) is distinct from my
when I'm being myself ie when I'm being my self, I'm located "in here", comprising
• my feelings / emotions
• my thoughts / memories, state of mind / attitude
• my bodily sensations
• my sense of "I" / "me"
when I'm being my Self, I'm located out-here, comprising
• everything there is - like a possibility
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