(© RKP, 1958)
The act of perception itself is probably non-dualistic; it is memory ('habit-energy') that creates duality.
Perceptions have become memory by the time we seize them; it is the memory only that we know - and that is presented relatively (by a comparison of the opposites).
If non-dual perceptions were seized they would at the same time be non-egoistic.
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'In reality there are no living beings to be liberated by the Tathagata.' (The Buddha in the Diamond Sutra, XXV)
Why? Because the process of 'living' (in 'time' and 'space') is an illusion. We are not an illusion in so far as we ARE, but our living on the plane of existence (or seeming) is illusory.
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