One word of caution from this expression's first hand experience: Frankly, I was pretty much blindsided by the seeing of the conditioned self after 67 years of living in, and acting as if I were my conditioned thinking. After an initial high in the pure freedom of just being, enjoying the accompanying states, there came a tendency to identify with these states. The states were certainly discernible in comparison to the previous living, within the confines and strictures of the old identity's personal limitations. In this seeming new life, a natural mistake was made. The part of the expression that had only known the habits of identification was still there to do what it habitually does: identify. It, that part, took the high states of being as to be it, the new improved person.
I can only call it grace that it was then that I found several masters in videos online, and as is said, things that might have made no sense before now had a place to resonate, i.e., Advaita Vedanta, or things like that. In part because of the seeing past my stories and thereby, seeing the absolute oneness of it all, finding voices describing that seeing and ways it might happen, I was more ready and willing to fill my time taking it in. In that time, in those environments, I was able to see that I had begun building a new identity based on elevated states, as they appeared to my senses. In my case, for a short time, it nearly rose to what might be called a messianic complex. I could see how that brand of craziness comes into being. I needed a guide, and for me, Mooji filled the bill. That's just for me, but my nod goes to him only because that's how it worked out. How it can work out for anyone else will be their path.
The warning I have is just to see the states of being from and as unidentified seeing. They are, like everything else seen and experienced, just passing as clouds in a clear sky. The states will be seen and their contrast to what came before and what continues to come and go will be what causes them to be noticeable. The landscape of the states will continue to change, and in time, the WOW of it gone. Peace isn't always that exciting. If there is a desire for WOW states, who would that be? What would that be?
If there seems to be an 'I' that has states, look closely at that I. Keep looking, as the seeing, seeing that identity tries to come to it, and it does not need to be anything but its pure Self. Discernment grows, and we more and more see what is false, leaving only what is real.