Can we do this: examine our own minds while we read?
The insurmountable obstacle here is that the more we focus on the experience we are having when we read, the less we are reading with any degree of concentration. The more we are immersed, the less we are conscious of the feeling we are participating in. Thus, when we discuss the feeling of reading we are really talking about the memory of having read.
And this memory of reading is a false memory. (There are no wrong notes…)”