Phenomena ARE "mind,"
All that is sensorially-perceived IS "mind,"
And we are the perceiving sentience.
Sentience as such is phenomenal experience of "mind,"
And "mind" means, and is, noumenon.
The apparent existence of phenomena
Is the apparent existence of "mind,"
But we can only be conscious of "mind,"
When we become aware of noumenal presence,
Using the word "I" to indicate our phenomenal absence.---Wei Wu Wei