As with their minds, everyone’s experience of life is uniquely their own, as obvious to the self and unassailable by another’s logic as any others’ experiences are to themselves. Consciousness has many channels and ways of manifesting to the mind and body. In a sense, we each exist in a bubble wherein the individual experience of the nonmaterial universe is unique yet coherent in the midst of a sea of bubbles in an unimaginably fine-grained medium. The quantum vacuum is roiling with the activity of evanescent virtual particles, bubbling in and out of consciousness, as it were.
Cohabitating on planet Earth are more than seven billion humans with unique personal universes (and innumerable other perhaps less complex universes for fauna, flora, and mineral entities, all the way down to pulsing subatomic structures), with a vast Spacetime continuum the same objectively at classical levels for each, but with the conscious experiential component varying over a wide range from proud and full-of-hope to bored to justifiably paranoid.
Our vast individual universe and the myths that we have realized in experiencing it (World View) are developed over time from our encounters in life and how these encounters are filtered and interpreted. At a young age patterns are formed. Consciousness allows the universe to be reshaped in unlimited meaningful ways. In fact, the shape of the nonmaterial contents of one’s universe can change over time, as in cases of habitual abuse; or instantaneously in response to extraordinary pressures such as a conversion experience, a so-called falling-out-of-faith, or unmitigated trauma.