If our attention were now to be drawn to the screen on which these words are written, we would experience the uncanny sensation of suddenly becoming aware of something that we simultaneously realise is so obvious as to require no mention. And yet at the moment when the screen is indicated, we seem to experience something new.
We have the strangely familiar experience of becoming aware of something which we were, in fact, already aware of. We become aware of being aware of the screen.
The screen is not a new experience that is created by this suggestion. However, our awareness of the screen seems to be a new experience.
Is this Awareness itself not the support and the substance of every experience in the same way that the screen is the support and the substance of every word?