Try this on like a coat. The experience of there being a physical plane is an illusion. It is real only to the extent that we apply the label "physical plane" to categorize a domain of illusions that we perceive and entertain. In other words, illusions are real; however, they distract us from what is true.
To illustrate, let's call this image a conglomerate - just one of infinitely existing conglomerates. The phenomena of the physical plane are illusions formed by infinitely created and configured conglomerates of perceptions layered upon perceptions. The sources of each are energy vibrations also called intentions and/or thoughts, which set off unique conglomerates ad infinitum. An example of a new conglomerate is a thought or opinion (which are both energy vibrations) about the shapes reflected on the tube. It's how thoughts become "things."
The perceptions are not limited to those "originated" by the constellations of conglomerates called human beings, animals,
Illustration of A Conglomerate
Therefore, we can surmise that the content of the physical plane is an illusion, albeit real to the extent that we actually experience it. Imagine the perceiver behind the illusions is the only non-illusionary entity except for our inability to realize it. Ironically, we are illusive to ourselves - lurking in the silence behind the noise; we play with the looking glasses. So amused, submersed and distracted by what we perceive, we believe the illusions are true and forget who and what we are.
From a human-centric perspective, we are One and Love, the Co-Creators.
In another discussion, we will explore that love is merely a label that we put on certain categories of perception and experience, such that even love is an illusion.
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