For those who are wake up such as Arhats, sophisticated Bodhisattvas and Buddhas, the apparent discrepancy between Mind, itself, and its phenomenalizations, which comprise samsara, is no longer functioning just as when somebody appreciates that the poisonous snake they supposed they paced on is only a rope. One has basically detached the illusion of a poisonous snake by being capable to see the way things actually are.
While the snake/rope false impression is simple to understand it is not so effortless when it comes to considering our phenomenal world the way it actually is, such that all happenings really don't survive in the way we imagine them to. In order to observe the world the way it truly is we first has to attach with Mind if only for a concise instant. Deficient such a relationship it will be impracticable to stimulate from the daydream we are in which reasons us to consider the phenomenal world is real while the inspiring world is a false impression.
This is why superior Buddhist teachers constantly teach Mind and the significance of recognizing it, if only for the occasion of a finger-snap. This, by the technique, is what Mahayana Buddhism is all regarding, the teaching of Mind.