Mooji touches on very subtle points of the inquiry and speaks about That which simply Is. What Is always Is, whether there are doubts or not. When someone says that sometimes they are aware of this Is-ness and sometimes not aware of It, Mooji asks: Which is greater? The apparent ‘Is-ness', or the ‘me' that says, "I am not aware of the 'Is-ness'?" The one who says this appears to be the final acknowledger of what is true; this one appears to be a fact. Is this true? Contemplation of these questions can lead to profound insight: Is there a difference between the function of seeing and the seer? Is there a seer seeing?