Apperception that nothing – no-thing – exists in itself, independent of the workings of perception negates all possibility of the objective existence of both things and someone who sees/senses them.
And further, since the workings of perception cannot exist independently of basic Awareness, it’s inescapable that this very Awareness must be the source and the substance of all appearances – all phenomena.
This is the understanding that lies beyond notions of self and no-self.
With this I cannot argue: everything that can be experienced arises in Awareness.
Can anything other than
be proven to exist?
Experiencing is another word for Awareness.
(but I prefer ‘Awareing’ over ‘Awareness’ because to me
Awareness is dynamic and fluid, even when utterly poised)