The experience of “no I” mentioned in the previous post, is – as the experience of “no self” – completely unremarkable. There are no bells and whistles of any sort. It is just a very gentle shift into what is recognized as what is. The only difference is the unremarkable dropping of a subtle separation of experiencer (absolute) and experienced (relative).
In experience, it is unremarkable. And for others, it must appear unremarkable (as no difference at all). It is just what is experiencing itself a little more as is.
Coming out of this a little, I see that this comes and goes throughout the day now, although the shift seems always available just by a gentle noticing. It is also interesting to note that this comes through inquiry, as there is not much regular mediation practice going on right now (this will change I am sure, as everything else).