No Right Self View
One can't say that the Knowing is identical with phenomena. For if the Knowing is phenomena, then what is it that knows this?
One can't say that the Knowing is embedded, immersed or enmeshed in phenomena: for it is clearly detached from them.
One can't say that the Knowing owns phenomena, for it can do nothing with them. Nor can one say that phenomena own the Knowing, for neither can they do anything with it.
Nor can one say that the Knowing is detached from phenomena: clearly it isn't, for how could it know them?
But, then again, what is it that knows all this?