I agree that the way I see is the problem, but agreeing is not seeing, so what’s the solution? Can I see the way I see, or can I only lose confidence in it, mistrust it, doubt it, question it? I can learn a lot about the way I see and why it’s the problem, but will that reveal the way I see in the light of selfless seeing? Is there such a thing as selfless sight; such a thing as seeing what actually is rather than seeing things the way I see them?
I have reason to believe there is because Krishnamurti and others have convinced me, but conviction is just belief, and believing is not seeing. So what am I to do? I can’t stop believing because it’s all I have when I can’t see clearly. And I can’t stop hoping that I can see clearly if I just keep looking askance at the way I see. But isn’t all this just perpetuating the way I see?