I've enjoyed learning about Don Hoffman's work seeing our way of perceiving (subject/object) as one of the grand illusions right up there with you and me being individuals and having a self.
The work he's doing is profound because Hoffman is staying withing scientific method, wants to create a theory and test it with math...that fits in with what physicists are saying about reality.
Want to learn more? You can find Hoffman's TED Talk online.
I like his recent conversation with Tim Ferriss
I think we're storytellers at heart, and rapidly shifting from stories about creation rooted in religions to a secular world view that asks whether consciousness is everywhere, an undivided whole that was present before the Big Bang to today.
Joseph Campbell sums us up poetically: