It seems we are at the center of experience as either the subject or the object. “I and me” become reference points for a very narrow view on the world of perceived circumstance. Much attention and focus is placed on what”I” think about “that” and how “that” is effecting “me”. It seems perception and meaning are intrinsically self-centered and thereby represent a narrow way of knowing.
The TSK vision takes the self out of the center of knowing. With knowledge as primary, instead of believing that the self is having various experiences, we can begin to consider the possibility that there are various experiences of a self. Experience becomes primary and self (as both subject and object) becomes content.
There is nothing to defend, maintain and perpetuate as self becomes content of mind.