For example, while running if something hurts, it actually isn't me that is hurting because there is no me, it actually is the vessel that hurts and concentrating on the pain actually subsides, but a lapse of that concentration brings that pain back as me or mine.
Another thing to play with is just running. The vessel runs, I don't run, there is no me. It takes a great deal of mental gymnastics at the moment to get to that. If there is no me, how do 'I' believe there is no me? Good questions.
All I know is I ran my quickest 15km training run today, just running, and no thinking, that I have done in almost a year and it was easy as pie, what foot pain?
A nice Sunday run.