We can’t see a mind, maybe we will be able to do so one day, but we can always look through our own.
So what can we say in a universal sense, about its anatomy, about its structure, if we were to describe it from within.
The first thing I would notice, is that mind has a locus, a locus of perception. This locus is relatively stable, and if I note carefully, it lines up as I turn my head.
There is also an internal sense vs an external sense, as if there is some boundary between my mind and the environment itself, and I can be aware of what happens internally in my mind, versus awareness of what is going on in the environment. As if there were a boundary, let’s call it a pseudo membrane, as we can’t clearly say the mind exists in any objective sense but rather only as a universal subjective.