Earlier in the week, in One & Many, I cited a passage from our friend Wei Wu Wei, in which he proposes that:
"Metaphysically 'mind' or 'consciousness' is neither more nor less singular than it is plural, both of which are entirely conceptual, as is 'mind' itself."
Well, from there, one thing led to another .... until eventually what made sense to do was to place Emmanuel Kant in conversation with Buddhist Pranama. Full transcript here:
The haiku version: best to avoid being stuck in conceptual notions of unity/singularity v. plurality --
a la Kant's "categories of perception" -- but quite excellent to manifest the mystic insight of yogic direct perception, and/or reflexive-awareness direct perception of an unconditioned "ultimate unbounded wholeness."