Who knows what is beyond the 10th Fetter?
For sure, there is continued learning..

Now that we are cognizant of the way mind creates our experiences, we (maybe) focus on cellular memory. Stuff that the body has stored either from pre-verbal ages or stuff our trauma suppressed or denied into a non-cognitive something…

The totality of the world cannot escape my experiencing

The world is created by the flavour of my thoughts

As individuals, we are not mere bystanders in this vast world that surrounds us. On the contrary, we carry within ourselves the very essence of the world around us. The world is not simply a physical place that exists outside of our own personal experience; rather, it is something that is intimately intertwined with our own being. It is a part of us, and we are a part of it.

When we stop and reflect on this reality, we can begin to see the interconnectedness of all things. The trees, the birds, the mountains, and the oceans – they are all a part of us, just as we are a part of them. We are not isolated individuals, but rather, we are all connected in ways that we may not even fully grasp.

So, when we say that the world is inside us, we are acknowledging this deep and profound truth. We are recognizing the unity of all things and our own place in that unity. And in doing so, we can begin to approach life with a sense of wonder, appreciation, and gratitude for the incredible interconnectedness of all things.

It is intriguing to contemplate the notion that the physical world is constructed by our perceptions and cognition. This postulates the possibility of a lack of universal reality, but rather, multiple subjective versions of it. This concept brings us to consider how we interpret and comprehend the phenomena that surround us, and how our mental frameworks and convictions shape our experiences. Acknowledging the weight of our thoughts in determining our outlook on the world, we might feel more empowered and content. This idea is captivating, as it stimulates an intellectual curiosity to explore the ontological nature of reality and the epistemological implications of perceiving it.