How The World Is Viewed!

Our only experience of the world comes in the form of sensory perceptions. And, yet, we think, "I see the plant." The "I" is thought to reside inside the body/mind and the plant to exist outside. In fact, the separate self inside the body/mind and the separate outside object, the "plant," are never actually experienced as such. The truth is that there is always only the seamless intimacy (not at all personal) of seeing, without a discrete seer. While this is an interesting knowing, what are the practical implications of such pure perceptual "seeing?"

1) What do I mean by the above statement? How can you apply this quote to your life?

2) How does this statement about How The World Is Viewed! apply to, or change the essence of "your life"? How is it significant?

(Please sit with this for a while. Surrender to the energy evoked by the statement and resist looking for the answers. Please do not post a theoretical spiritual response)

How does this quote apply to your every day living experience.
Please resist the urge to entertain theories about this quote – what is
the direct experience of what I am inviting you to explore!