May I ask one more question?
Is everything (even stinky things, lol) the Buddha only when we perceive we are really not separated from it?
I remember something I read - maybe a Koan - when Bodhidharma says "not sacred", I guess it is one of the responses he gives to Emperor Wu:
"(...)Emperor Wu, a little put out: "What then is the most important principle of Buddhism?"
Bodhidharma: "Vast emptiness. Nothing sacred.""
What does he meant by "Nothing sacred" if everything is Buddha, if Buddha-nature pervades all? Does he said that because the emperor were conceptualizing?