Form: We create our experience of the world by assuming there are forms and objects – with boundaries that keep everything separate. We believe we are a subject looking at objects, that we are more important than ‘others’ and ‘objects’. Where is the ‘me’ that feels separate to what is ‘out there’, can you find that part in you?
Formlessness: We perceive our world and all the ‘objects’ in it as situated in time and space, and assume that time and space are real things too.
In this part of the inquiry, we look at how we create our experience of the world and ‘others’. We look to unpack that, and to see through the concepts of subject and object, time and space, substantiality, permanence and impermanence.