This aspect is two-fold. Belief that objects have self/identity and are consistent and unchanging from moment to moment sets up a division between subject and object where both are mistakenly seen as consistent.Son of Buddha wrote: No the person is an identity or personality.
it is that identity/personality which is clung to the 5 aggregates that makes a worldy person
By contrast "true Mind" views all of these apparent phenomena in a state of interdependent flux. This incidentally answers the OP.
The cause of samsara is in failing to perceive dependent origination. Dependent origination and "essence" are the same. Its essence is that nothing ever arises but is mere appearance - ignorance is a failure to realize this.Son of Buddha wrote: really so believing that there is an ultimate essence is ignorance and the very cause of Samsara. I could of swore anything that was dependently arisen/dependent origination was ignorance and the very cause of Samsara.the 12 links of dependent origination has as its root and source ignorance,everything that is dependently arisen is rooted and produced in ignorance
Dharmakaya is non-dual, empty of conceptuality, and free of all characteristics, hence NOT self.Son of Buddha wrote: it is not the True Self I speak of which is the Dharmakaya the body of attributes that which is NOT dependently arisen from Ignorance.