There are of course arguments out there (including what is mentioned in the above link) that suggest it is not possible to be egoless, such as:
Or this example:
With that in mind, however, if ego is the "I" perspective, essential for having individual "experience", then isn't it possible to be egoless e.g. via lack of consciousness/sentient through things such as seizures and comas, where there is no "I" perspective? Or "lost time" such as those of people with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), as another example?
Upon further reading though, I may already have answered my own question, at least partially:
This would make sense as people are described as "coming to" or "coming back" from seizures and comas. But what exactly is that state of being "under"? Oblivion? Simple "loss of consciousness"? Egolessness indeed? Or something else...?
Edited by ava1enzue1a, 01 February 2013 - 08:52 PM.