Seeing this clearly does not make us essentially different from anyone else. But it distinctly alters our experience. The result is a more graceful life, greater acceptance of what is, and a quantum reduction of psychological suffering.
More than anything, it is the end of the perpetual search for wholeness and completeness that forms the background of most peoples’ lives.
It is the end of the sense of “becoming” this or “becoming” that, as well as the seemingly never ending craving to fill the void that began the moment we believed our separateness.