Looking for the Witness
My favourite of this type of practice is the blade wheel of Vajrayana Buddhism. A popular introduction can be found in the blog Circling the Sacred Mountain by Robert Thurman and Tad Wise.
Basically the idea is to use disidentification techniques until the focus of consciousness is causal or ‘witness’. Witness because you are able to witness your thoughts, power yoga poses sequenc feelings and actions without investment. Now having established witness consciousness, you actively seek the witness. By turning the attention of the self around and having it look for the self, some quite liberating experiences can be had. Here is how Thurman describes it.
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The diamond is that sense of a unique, power yoga workout for beginners absolute and substantial inner core, and when it spins around looking for itself it becomes a drill.