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Nathan Gill

One day, in September 1998, when Nathan was gardening in the drizzling rain: “I looked up, and there was a subtle sense of ‘me’ not being there. I got on my bike and cycled around the lanes and it seemed as though there was a movie going on, without any effort necessary on my part to be taking part in it.”

Whilst this event had a profound impact on him, he came to discover that such happenings where the ‘I’ suddenly disappears could actually be very confusing: “Such an event may last a few seconds or ten years or more, but unless the ‘I’ is seen for what it is – as simply a thought – then when this ‘I’ returns, there is a sense of loss, a sense of confinement in being an identified character again.”

Richard Sylvester

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