you must not tamper with arrangements
I’ll take a shot at this. Basically, our body and brain as a tool of perception doesn’t allow, show or tell us what is true. It only gives us an illusion that we take as true and call reality……
….. and those that realize so, will be rewarded by not being reborn into some sorry state of existence (escaping the wheel of life/karma, and attaining Enlightenment).
That's a decent shot imo. We're only equipped to receive the illusion, unless the illusion is it, like shifting space and the wave, particle tricks in quantum physics?
This image reminds me of that famous scene in The Blood of a Poet
It's at the start of an article about the possibility and portrayals of multiple worlds - https://aeon.co/essays/multiple-worlds-has-been-given-artistic-impetus-by-physics
Various theories are considered, including one being taken seriously that in a real way, we are eternal i.e. there is a light that never goes out!
The multiverse has also opened up new ways of looking at the human condition. One of the most fascinating areas where culture, philosophy and possible worlds collide is in the work of Robert Lanza on biocentrism, which is a philosophical approach to physics through the lens of living beings. Lanza, a professional biologist, proposes that the Universe arises directly from an individual’s conscious observation of it. He hypothesises that, for this reason, a conscious being cannot cease to be conscious. This leads to the potential fact that it is impossible to be dead. Instead, one’s consciousness simply splits off, by quantum processes, into worlds where that consciousness can continue to exist. Every wavefunction collapse or world splitting leaves us in a world where we remain alive.