When I look out from the eyes, the seer is looking out, the witness consciousness is looking out untouched by what is being seen. What is being seen changes but not the seer or the witness. I like what Ken Wilber says, " There is only One State, within which different states arise. There is only One Taste, through which various different tastes flow." Though we see diiferent selves, there is only One Self. When we realise this Truth, "the heartbeat of compssion will resound. A constant cloud of caring will rain on every parade." as Ken Wiber says.
When I am in deep meditative state the self-created walls of divisiveness and fragmenation melt away and I experience unitive state of consciousness, only One Taste. By practicing Meditation, this state of unitive consiosness stays longer and longer and that's a blessing. The heartbeat of compassion and caring continues resounding. Clouds clear up and in the vast pure Emptiness I experience fullness.
Jagdish P Dave