Inquiry Suits Many People in the West
This is a brilliant example of self-inquiry. How do you respond to Mooji’s outstanding question. Here is my take: from my experience there are 3 discrete layers of experience. One is the story we tell ourselves about what is happening in our life. This is the psychological me. It is deeply conditioned, adapted to life through habit and unconsciousness. The second level is that part of us we could call the observer. Then, if we dig a little deeper, we can realize that we can be aware of even this observer. This entity, it seems to me, is utterly mysterious and unknowable.
What is your understanding?