These are all needs of the body such as food, clothing, home, family, friendships, position, fame, security, survival. When the mind installs itself in "I am" without moving, you enter a state that you can only say that you are in it. The only thing is to train continuously. After all, "I am" is always with you, you do not grasp it because you have superimposed a number of things on it: body, feelings, thoughts, ideas, internal and external properties, and so on. They are all self-identifying infidels. Because of them, you take yourself for what you are not. Of course, everything experienced is an experience, and in every experience there is the one who does it. Memory creates the illusion of continuity. In fact, for every experience there is an experiencer, and the sense of identity is implicit in all experimenter-experienced relationships, as the constant factor that unites them. Both identity and continuity vary. Memory makes them different, the essence, identical. This essence is the root and foundation of all experience, its perennial "possibility" outside of space and time.