Someone recommend me some Latin or Greek books writing on self-observation.
1. observation (with an inner sense) of one's body or what is going on in one's body,
2. observation of one's mind,
3. observation of what one is doing.
I know only Augustinus' Confession, and David's psalms in Old Testament.
I suppose there would be a lot of meditative books by Christians or ethical people writing about the mind, type 2, or what one is doing in everyday life, type 3.
But I would rather like to read the type 1 (not that the type 2 and 3 is out of my concern).
I guess there might not be type 1. in the field of religion or philosophy, but might be some in the field of medicine or alchemy.
The content would be on
1. how the body or the mind or the activity in life is before the eye of the observer,
2. the method of self-observation.
Add a note please to your recommendation about which of these types your book is.