One is poured into the cells, so to speak, so that there is no separation between Being and body.
One can’t speak of body and mind here because the distinction is no longer precisely relevant; and in this particular situation, the only thing that matters is the opening that is created for the feeling parts to function.
So everything fits together quite naturally; and although this comfortable and uncomfortable presence of Being corresponds to nature, it is above it, in the sense that it is superior to my own ordinary nature.
So here is another aspect of Being; it inhabits and is at the same time inhabited. The loom of living Being, tantra, weaves a different fabric of life; and it is whole cloth.