theanarchist wrote:Aemilius wrote: Yet again, what I am saying is: We can consider that the alaya-consciousness produces the perceived world. ..
Nope, it doesn't.
That may be true for the after death bardo states where the mind has no physical basis where the whole world it experiences is basically hallucinated, but it is definitely not true for a being incarnated on earth, into the human realm.
You would do well to become acquainted with Yogachara and Chittamatra buddhism, which do not allow independent existence for matter.
Reality splits into parallel streams of existence, according to the the buddhist view. Thus there are simultaneously the six realms and their subrealms, where beings experience quite different realities. In god realms there are beings who live for 10 000 years, 100 000 years or for kalpas. At the same time there is the human realm, where many people take it for granted that nothing like Devas/gods actually exist. Both realms (humans and devas) exist as physical realities, in buddhism. You can find this for example in the Abhidharma.