Another pretty obvious thing for those following KWs work:
I as seeing, me as human self, other as the rest of the world
When the sense of self shifts from the seen to the seeing, what is seen is divided up in two parts: me – as this human self, and other – as the rest of the world of form.
I am the seeing. Me is this human self. And other is the rest of the world.
And at the same time, the me and other is clearly seen as segments of the seamless fluid world of form. The dividing line between me and other is just for convenience’s sake, for practical reasons, as an aid for this human self to function and orient in the world of form. There is a demarcation line, for practical reasons, but it is just an abstract overlay.
I am the seeing that the world of form happens within.
Realized selflessness, and still me as human self and other as the rest of the world
Then, there is the realization that I am the Ground the seeing and the seen happens within and as, and there is no I inherent in any of it.
Even here, in realized selflessness, this human self is still me and the rest of the world other.
And here, it is even more clear that there is no inherent difference among any of these. It is all Ground in its many forms, Spirit playing, emptiness dancing.
The only difference is a practical one: there is still a functional connection with this particular human self. So, for purely practical reasons, it is labeled me.
And as the rest of the world of form continues to evolve, this human self continues to develop.