You have come here for guidance, Alessandro, and I keep pointing you to the evidence of what is always here, while you keep coming back to me with mind arguments, conceptual talk, no direct experience.
You also don’t answer all the questions I am asking. I am going to list here the questions you ignored over the last two days and would like you to spend some time with them. Don’t shoot from the hip and reply too quickly. Don’t scan your mind for the answers, really take the time to have an honest look into your present experience, what is alive right now, not in your head, but in your heart, if you will.
1) What would a ‘change in perspective’ look like, in direct experience? Is it any more than a concept?
2) How do you know for sure that such a thing exists, apart from in thought? Have you experienced it?
3) How do you know for sure that you do not already experience that perspective right now, in this moment?
4) Is ‘change in perspective’ something you have heard about? Is it second-hand knowledge? Or is it something you have already experienced?
5) If I told you that what the enlightened sages experience is exactly the same as you, would you still look for something different than what is unfolding right now?
6) What is ‘awareness of the illusion’? Is it knowing that an illusion is an illusion? Can you observe an illusion, after it has been seen through? Or do you just see once and for all that what you thought was real was not real, full stop.
Then two more for today:
When I see there is no unicorn there are not images of the unicorn that still comes up and can be confused for real.
Can an image ever be confused for real? What is an image, in direct experience?
Call it see or know, I mean the same thing. When it's not present one act as if there is an I, when it's there it's clear that I is not real.
If seeing and knowing are the same, I take it you mean that you don’t SEE all the time that there is no ‘I’. Think about other facts that you know, say that 2 + 2 = 4. Are you continuously aware of this fact, or not? Do you need to keep checking?