‘true Self’ cannot be experienced

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one hears talk of the inexpressible peace of experiencing the ‘true Self’
but how could ‘true Self’ be the object of an experience?

there would have to be a some-thing ‘having’ that experience –
would that be the ‘untrue Self,’ or what?

I found that all experiences of this kind were ‘me’-self
experiencing a subtler, yet still conditioned version of itself

‘true-Self’ is no-thing and experiences no-thing;
It’s this bottom-line awareness,
eternally knowing, awake and alert

inexpressible peace
marks the Presence of the absence
of all versions of ‘me’-self

~

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