Is the sense of sameness delusional? I sense that sameness. I do not feel another person when there is anger or when anger disappears, or with or without thoughts. Or yesterday, today and probably also not tomorrow. Ofcourse there are changes, but from within I do not sense that I fundamentally change.
Is this a view of self? I do not belief it is. I think it has nothing to do with views. Maybe i am mistaken?
Feelings come and go. Emotions come and go, thoughts, tendencies, longings, plans, self-views come and go, the body changes, a sense of inferiority might come and go, or a sense of superiority, relaxed mind, tense mind, fear, pain, images, sounds, conceit, smells etc. it all comes and goes, but i sense that there is also an aspect of no change. No change seems to be an aspect of my being. I would think it is even more me than what comes and goes. Not because I think it is self, but because when, for example thoughts end, i do not end.
In this context I do not even belief I can really change. Sure, habits can change, tendencies, the way of thinking, the body, intentions, perceptions, but do you really experience, that when, for example, your habits have changed over time, you have really becomes someone completely different from within? Do you really feel like you are another person now? Is that possible?
Probably you also have this perception of no-change? Is this aspect of no change an illusion? Is that what the Buddha taught? Or is it a gateway to liberation?
For myself this aspect of no-change is helpful. It helps not to be afraid to let go, or not to be afraid of stilling or ending of formations because you will not end.
There was a time i was afraid of ending of thoughts because i developed the idea that i could no go back to normal. I was afraid i would not be able to function normally. Now i am not afraid anymore, at least not for ending thoughts:-)