I agree it should feel liberating because the sense of "I" comes from the things one does voluntarily.
If I drop the sense of deciding what to do, I also drop the sense of I/me.
But, to be honest, I haven't done it. I think because the illusion of free will is so good that to notice it in real time you have to be aware of everything that happens with a great level of detail.>>12>Everything that represents “you” is in your mind.
And there is no free will to choose what represents you.>If you isolate the “soul” from the body
What makes you think the soul exists?