At any moment we feel that we are having one experience, and yet experience always appears as a multiplicity and diversity of objects. From where does this unity of experience come from? From our true nature of awareness, the light of pure knowing. In reality, experience is a single, intimate and indivisible whole, in which neither a knower nor the known are found. All there is to experience is knowing, and it is knowing that knows this knowing: knowing knowing only knowing. The common name for this absence of duality or otherness is love or beauty.
— Rupert Spira