|"Who you mean when you say 'I' is not you. It's just something that shows up for you." ...|
You can't get "I is an illusion - I is not who you really are" intellectually or analytically. You can't get it by deduction or by reason. You can't get it by argument or by debate.
The way to get it is experientially. The way to get it is by looking at your experience then telling the flat footed truth about what's there.
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