Some fun tricks I have found:
- Pretend that your brain is in your foot. Observe how that changes your perception of your sensory inputs. Imagine that everything about your experience of your mind is happening elsewhere
Your mind is actually occuring around the outside of your head, with your head just being a part of it
If you have a song stuck in your head, is that phantom sound? Try imagining that you have a pause button. See what happens.
A song stuck in your head is the auditory version of imagining someone’s face
Any array of sensory perceptions can be emulated - this happens naturally when we dream
If you don’t see how this could be useful, you should start over at step 1