Completely out of the blue, in December 2005, I was overcome by another epiphany, which showed me three distinct aspects to my professional work. This direct-seeing wasn't as clear-cut as the previous ones had been. It's meaning, significance and purpose would take four years for me to unearth. The first piece of the direct-knowing showed that our human bodies don't contain the personal self we take ourselves to be. Our physical bodies are as hollow and empty as the bodies of dolls and puppets. Nobody lives inside them. All bodies are completely void and vacuous. No one inhabits them. This awareness came as an immense shock because I'd been working with people on transforming their personal self for fifteen years. What does this mean, I wondered? How come nobody else knows this? If it's true, why are we so bent on improving ourselves when the personal self doesn't exist? Why bother making ourselves look and feel better when our bodies do not contain the self we assume we are? Who or what lives these lives then, I questioned? ...and more importantly, who or what are we (see The Greatest Lie Ever Believed Visual Book )? These and many other such thoughts tumbled around in my head.