Notice what is obvious and "to whom". Notice who is asking the question and who answers.
The ego mind has limited or selective awareness. It sees the dream through conditioned filters. It shifts attention between the past and future. It judges and compares, sees body parts, people and conditions as separate, and even creates hierarchies of what is thought to be better or worse, more or less desirable. This is the rebel, fault-finder and people-pleaser, always seeking to improve or find something out of reach or sight. It attaches or clings and sees things as you are or through the lens of adopted thought, self-image and beliefs.
The omniscient observer sees all and judges nothing right in this very moment. It views through a lens of unconditional love and acceptance. It views everything as a mirror of pure peace, joy and love. In essence, it see things as they are, and feels everything points to this truth. It feels what is real and sees through what is unreal. It is the silent and ever-present guide home. It knows clarity and enlightenment are never lost. It knows the essence of being cannot lose itself or be anything other than authentic. It is light, joy, freedom and all that direct experience reveals beyond words and associations. It only sees what it feels.
"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, but spiritual beings having a human experience." -Pierre Tielhard de Chardin