Awareness is not an experience belonging to time and finite, body-mind evolution. It’s infinite, timeless, measureless and very subtle – so subtle that one may – and almost everyone does – confuse it with the apparent bling of one’s much more sensory, evident, sentient experience. It’s undescribable and unapproachable and unrecognizable by the limited, conceptual mind with its time-bound, thought based, subject/object (dual) ways of image making to form a comprehension it thinks and believes is ‘reality’. Awareness is the unborn noumena behind the born phenoumena one ‘experiences’. It’s not a conception or a perception; in a word, it’s a ‘knowing‘ we all have but which is drowned out by overwhelming culturally conditioned body/mind experiencial noise. In fine, without awareness there would be no experience.
In aware living, one is free from personal fears and desires, hopes, demands and expectations – empty, light and clear to simply, directly, passionately, enjoy loving the real beauty of all that one is.