Originally Posted by ChrisGinsburg
What does this actually mean to you to be in the 'way of being mode'?
Wow. This is a question that's p'rt near impossible to answer, as it's rather like trying to explain the color blue to a person blind since birth (I'm not suggesting anything with that, btw).
Nisargadatta Maharaj talked a lot about staying focused, as much as possible on the "sense I am". I got that, and basically, as long as I do that very thing, more of Who I am (as opposed to what I think myself to be) emerges. Ramana Maharshi stressed asking yourself perpetually, "who am I?" It boils down the same thing--Being, just being Who You are (again, as opposed to what you think yourself to be).