The American Jungian analyst, James Hillman, posited, ‘There is only one core issue for all psychology. Where is the “me”? Where does the “me” begin? Where does the “me” stop? Where does the “other” begin?’ The Japanese Jungian analyst, Hayao Kawai, pondered on the question, ‘What is I?’ Buddhism and other Eastern philosophies view the reality of phenomena as different from our everyday world, just as the quantum world differs from tangible experience. According to Mahayana Buddhism, the true nature of things, including ‘I’, is no-thing or emptiness. The existence of every phenomenon is determined by its relation to all others. All things continuously and simultaneously manifest themselves together as a whole out of the nothingness. The consciousness of the subject which views this reality must become empty itself. So does consciousness exist, or not?