This is actually a core misunderstanding of the individual: it thinks that because the body that it think it resides in seems to have a different experience from other bodies, there must be multiple different perspectives. But there is actually no perspective; not even one perspective. Everything is just being and not being what it is. The one without a second is incomprehensible by the illusory self.

It’s not possible to know if and how and what other bodies perceive, but it would have to be exactly the same thing. You might call it a keyboard and monitor and I might call it a steering wheel and a road, but they’re not different.

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