It seems almost impossible to dis-identify from the mind. We are all immersed in it. How do you teach a fish to fly? Here is the key:
End the delusion of time. Time and mind are inseparable. Remove time from the mind and it stops - unless you choose to use it. To be identified with your mind is to be trapped in time: the compulsion to live almost exclusively through memory and anticipation. This creates an endless preoccupation with past and future and an unwillingness to honour and acknowledge the present moment and allow it to be. The compulsion arises because the past gives you an identity and the future holds the promise of salvation, of fulfilment in whatever form. Both are illusions.
We found scientifically through the unparalleled work of Einstein that there is no such
thing as time. It’s just a persistent illusion. He proved mathematically that everything is
here all at once at one goal. Past, present, and future are happening simultaneously, and
all possibilities and probabilities exist simultaneously. It’s all collapsed into one focal
point called the here and now. As long as we’re in the here and now, we have power.