eyes wide shut

September 1, 2011 § Leave a comment

There is a felt-sense of seeing that is separate from the felt-sense of the eyes. Closing the lids, the mover notices that nothing changes: the sense of seeing is still experienced. She brings into awareness the conch of the ears, somehow discerning the firm cartilage of the curves from the softness of a lobe and then carefully separates the sense of listening from the anatomical sense of the ears. Both, she confirms, are appearing equally in the continuum of present awareness along with this cognition.

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