A stuck sensation dissolves when there are no words or mental pictures containing it, only pure space surrounding and permeating it.
– Scott Kiloby
Although it’s not important in this context, a brief note about space:
Space here can be experienced as physical space, but it’s really something slightly different. It’s spaciousness (for lack of a better word) with an added image of 3D space added onto it. Our experience is space is partly that spaciousness or boundlessness, and partly the overlaid image of a three dimensional space. It can be interesting and helpful to explore this in immediate experience. I notice the spaciousness or boundlessness. (Literally, without boundaries.) And I notice my own images of three dimensions overlaid on it.