I had an insight into fear once - and I’ve told the story here a couple of times - but I don’t think people like the story, because it doesn’t play out the way we want it to : It wasn’t like I suddenly had an understanding about fear and was thus free from the self. But rather the other way around : more like a momentary acceptance of death, resulting in the immediate dissapearance of the fear and physical pain I was in - thus in the insight/experience of the self being a lie.
But this was a rather special set of circumstances leading to what felt like an extraordinary experience - not the sort of thing that can be conjured up at will - and certainly not the daily experimentation with awareness I was alluding to - which would be a much calmer, less spectacular acceptance of non-discrimination, which is meditation.
Even though I am under the impression that the self has been revealed, still in my daily life I am sometimes caught in moments of inattention that may result in anger or greed, and even find myself in conflict with my own greed and anger, unable to escape the emotional turmoil.
I find daily meditation essential. The self cannot be wiped away forever.
PS - The more space there is for awareness, the less likely anger will take hold, thus the instant action takes place without our even noticing.